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Stephan Kertesz

November 23, 1947- February 24, 2020

  • Obituary

    Stephan Kertesz, age 72, of New Boston, Michigan passed away on Monday, February 24, 2020. Stephan was born November 23, 1947 in the Ukraine. He was the son of Alex Kertesz and Anastasia (Bumbar) Kertesz.

    To cherish his memory he leaves one brother; Peter Kertesz, three nieces and nephews; Shannon Christine Kertesz, Alex James (Paige) Kertesz, and Heidi (Brian) Raynor, and three grand nieces and nephews, Riley Kertesz, Anastasia Robinson and Rory Raynor. Also, cousins; Bill (Linda) Melnyk, Maryann (Lubomyr) Lichonczak and Irene Crandall.

    He was preceded in death by his parents; Alex and Anastasia Kertesz.

    Visitation will be held at Crane Funeral Home, 36885 Goddard Road, Romulus, MI 48174 on Friday, February 28, 2020 from 4:00pm to 8:00pm. The funeral mass will be held at St. Aloysius Catholic Church on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 11:00am, with Father John Dumas officiating.

    Online guests may leave condolences by visiting www.cranefuneralhome.net.

Visitation

Friday, February 28, 2020
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Crane Funeral Home

36885 Goddard Rd, Romulus, MI 48174

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Mass

Saturday, February 29, 2020
11:00 AM

St. Aloysius Catholic Church

11280 OzgaRd., Romulus, Michigan 48174

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2 Replies to “Stephan Kertesz”

  1. B&JW

    To the Kertesz family,we are so sorry to hear of Steve"s passing our friend of 40 yrs ,will miss Him at Church,banquet royal Iron Mike"s etc, rest in peace with the Lord our friend,Bill & Jean Wadsworth. Romulus,Mi

    Bill & Jean Wadsworth
  2. B&JW

    to the Kertesz Family: so sorry to hear of Steve"s, our friend of 40 yrs,we knew at Church,Banquet royal,Iron Mike"s etc,Rest in peace our friend with the Lord,Bill & Jean Wadsworth ,Romulus,Mi

    Bill & Jean Wadsworth
  3. JASK

    Wow, what a shock. We thought we would have to wait for the rescheduled Banquet Royal to see your flawless dance moves and MC talent. You will be greatly missed. Many prayers coming your way.

    Jeff and Sue Kotlarek
  4. WW

    Peter, we are so sorry for your loss. "Hollywood Steve" has been a good friend of our whole family for years. Our Prayers are with you and your family. We also feel your loss. The Wiley Family

    William Wiley
  5. MC

    WOW! what a shock our dear friend of many years. you will certainly be missed. a great lose to st. Aloysius and your family. may god bless you. rest in peace with the lord, Steve. marvin and cindy coak

    marvin coak
  6. G&CC

    We were so sad to hear of Steve’s (Hollywood) passing while on our cruise. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends shocked by his passing. He will be truly missed by his St. Aloysius & Huron Sportsman’s Club family’s in which he was so active. Many great memories of Hollywood while playing golf, working on projects at the club, St. Al’s fund raisers ( banquet, fish fry’s, etc.) and so many other other interactions. He is with his heavenly family now. May God bless him and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he ‘Rest In Peace’...Amen

    Gary & Cindy Conley
  7. GC

    Pete I'm so sorry about your brother Stephan. May the good Lord comfort you at this very sad time. It's difficult losing siblings. I've lost three. And he was your only one. May he Rest in Peace. Love you Peter, Gail Howie Curaba

    Gail Curaba
  8. JS

    So sorry to hear of classmate Steve’s passing. Rest In Peace.

    Judy Salajan
  9. LD

    Such a shock that Steve will not be laughing and teasing someone or voicing his opinion in protest of one thing or another at our Sportsman’s Club meetings. We will truly miss you, Steve.

    Linda Dyer
  10. WW

    Peter. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. "Hollywood Steve" was a dear friend of our family. The Wiley's

    William Wiley
  11. G&CC

    We were shocked to hear of Steve's (Hollywood) passing while on our cruise. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family as well as his St. Aloysius and Huron Sportsman's Club families that he was so involved in. Great memories of golfing, working on Club projects and functions, supporting St. Al's banquet, fish fry's, etc. and other endeavors. Steve is with his heavenly family now. May god have mercy on his soul and let perpetual light shine upon him. May 'He Rest in Peace' .......Amen

    Gary & Cindy Conley
  12. RB

    Our sincere sympathy to Steve's family. Steve was our comrade at the local pub Iron Mikes. He was part of the Thursday "Sausage Day" crew and a Sunday Lions fan member. We will miss him. Ralph and Karen Bare

    Ralph Bare
  13. RB

    Our sympathy to the Kertesz family. Steve was our comrade at Iron Mikes. He was part of the Thursday "Sausage Day" gang and the Lions football watching group. He will be missed. Ralph and Karen Bare

    Ralph Bare

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