Deerfield- Steven L Sewell, age 69, died on Feb 7, 2019 after a short illness, surrounded by his loved ones. He was born on Feb 18, 1949 to Lyle and Betty Sewell. Steven is survived by his wife Susan; children, Jason, Shane, Josh, Joel (Michelle) and Ashley; many grandchildren; great grandchildren; brother, Rick (Sue); sister, Sandy (Bill); nieces and nephews; and other relatives too numerous to mention. He was preceded in death by his parents. A celebration of Steven's life will be held from 2:00 PM until 6:00 PM on Wednesday Feb 13, 2019 at the Deerfield Fire Department, 305 N. Industrial Park Road. Please share your memories of Steven by posting Tributes.
Cress Funeral Service
201 Bue Street
Deerfield, WI 53531
"Dear Sue & family, My heart just aches for all of you. I was so saddened to hear this news. I know how unreal it feels, to lose someone so close so unexpectedly and way too soon. Papa sure knew how to keep us all in line when we were teenagers and needed the reminder. But that big ol bear turned into a mushy softy when all these little ones of ours started arriving on the scene, didn't he?! Jordan was the first he oh-so-spoiled, but his love and laughter just filled the room for every lil peanut that came after! They all knew they were loved, truly! I wanted to, but my work won't let me leave today, but my mom and dad are coming to be there. Sending my love and most sincere condolences, Tara"
"Sue, my heart goes out to u and ur family! I have had the pleasure of really getting to know Steve , over the last couple years! He truly will be missed! God truly received another Angel way 2 soon. Prayers that u have the strength to get threw these difficult times.
Farewell to u my friend, fly high in the sky until we me again! ???? May u have a safe journey.
Gina and Keith loppnow"
"Sue - I was so shocked and saddened to hear about Steven's passing. Even though I've only known you and Steve for a little less than 2 years, I feel like I've known you a lot longer. I'll never forget how kind and friendly Steve was, and always asking how I was doing. I'll always remember him running the Bingo games and the time a bunch of us argued with him that he had called a letter/number and he insisted he hadn't, until he realized he put the ball in the wrong spot! We all had a good laugh over that one. Steve was always right there with a willing hand - driving the wagon, showing people to their campsites, helping out where ever he could. I know how much Steve will be missed by his Pineland Camping Park family - it won't be the same without him. R.I.P. Steve - you will be missed!"
"RIP Big Brother, Uncle Steve
Still can?t believe you are gone. Words cannot express how we feel our hearts ? are broken. Will cherish our memories always.
Love and proud to be your Baby Sister Sandy and Family
Sue and my loving family, Stay Strong! Our thought and prayers are with you"
"Our deep condolences to the whole family. Steve was a great guy and will be missed by many.
Tom & Susan Gullickson "
"Our deepest sympathy Sue & family. Steve was a great man. Your in our thoughts and prayers......"
"Sue, our sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time."
"So sorry for your loss Sue. I am very thankful to have met him. He was always so nice and helpful. Still made trips to campground just to say hi and talk. He will always be in my memories."
"Sue, our sympathies to you & your family. "
"So sorry for your loss Sue I was very surprised to see this hope you're doing okay. "