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Steven Sulentic (71) passed away suddenly on October 31, 2020. Steve was born on January 10, 1949 to Betty (Zimmerman) and Thomas Sulentic, both deceased.

Steve was united in marriage to Donnarae (Bergman) on February 14, 1970. They welcomed two sons, Steven Jr. and Michael of South Bend Indiana–(Michael preceded his father in April 2019).

Steve’s siblings–Craig, Cindy (D), Marsha Snyder (D), Tommy and David.

He was an avid bowler and very involved in Cursillo and meetings with his three best friends on Tuesday evenings for the praise of God! He was a Clay High School graduate, class of 1967 and furthered his education at Southwestern Michigan College and Indiana University.

He is survived by his wife, Donnarae, sons Steve, and Scott Bowersox , brothers Craig, Tommy, David, and grandchildren Slate and Kala Sulentic. Aunt and Uncle Richard and Loretta Isban of South Bend.

Our Lord received his most faithful and loving servant.

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8 responses to “Steven Sulentic”

  1. Cindy Willard says:

    Donna and Stevie, I am so sorry to hear of the shock of Steves passing. I am thinking of u both at this time.

  2. Kathryn Call-Kapusta says:

    My deepest condolences on Steve’s passing…my heart is broken for you and the loss of my good friend! May you always feel and remember he loved you dearly in this life. May God good you up and bring you peace!

    I’m betting Steve is watching over you and still as proud as ever.

  3. Mickey says:

    Sorry to hear your sad news. I know he really loved you. May he Rest In Peace

  4. Kathy says:

    My Condolences

  5. Don Napoli says:

    My deepest sympathies to Donna and her family. My Cursillo brothers and sisters and I will all really miss Steve. May we all meet again enjoying each other’s love and companionship in Heaven with our Lord.

  6. Linda Gridley says:

    So sorry to hear that Steve passed away.

  7. pete mullen says:

    My condolences, I miss our Saturday mornings at Mass, breakfast, and prayers with you and friends, Much holiness,

  8. Craig Sulentic says:

    Donna, we pray that the Lord give you peace in knowing that Steve loved you greatly and he loved Jesus. Every time we got together we would talk for hours about the Lord and His great mercy. We WILL see him again.

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Steven Sulentic


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Steven Sulentic (71) passed away suddenly on October 31, 2020. Steve was born on January 10, 1949 to Betty (Zimmerman) and Thomas Sulentic, both deceased.

Steve was united in marriage to Donnarae (Bergman) on February 14, 1970. They welcomed two sons, Steven Jr. and Michael of South Bend Indiana–(Michael preceded his father in April 2019).

Steve’s siblings–Craig, Cindy (D), Marsha Snyder (D), Tommy and David.

He was an avid bowler and very involved in Cursillo and meetings with his three best friends on Tuesday evenings for the praise of God! He was a Clay High School graduate, class of 1967 and furthered his education at Southwestern Michigan College and Indiana University.

He is survived by his wife, Donnarae, sons Steve, and Scott Bowersox , brothers Craig, Tommy, David, and grandchildren Slate and Kala Sulentic. Aunt and Uncle Richard and Loretta Isban of South Bend.

Our Lord received his most faithful and loving servant.

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8 responses to “Steven Sulentic”

  1. Cindy Willard says:

    Donna and Stevie, I am so sorry to hear of the shock of Steves passing. I am thinking of u both at this time.

  2. Kathryn Call-Kapusta says:

    My deepest condolences on Steve’s passing…my heart is broken for you and the loss of my good friend! May you always feel and remember he loved you dearly in this life. May God good you up and bring you peace!

    I’m betting Steve is watching over you and still as proud as ever.

  3. Mickey says:

    Sorry to hear your sad news. I know he really loved you. May he Rest In Peace

  4. Kathy says:

    My Condolences

  5. Don Napoli says:

    My deepest sympathies to Donna and her family. My Cursillo brothers and sisters and I will all really miss Steve. May we all meet again enjoying each other’s love and companionship in Heaven with our Lord.

  6. Linda Gridley says:

    So sorry to hear that Steve passed away.

  7. pete mullen says:

    My condolences, I miss our Saturday mornings at Mass, breakfast, and prayers with you and friends, Much holiness,

  8. Craig Sulentic says:

    Donna, we pray that the Lord give you peace in knowing that Steve loved you greatly and he loved Jesus. Every time we got together we would talk for hours about the Lord and His great mercy. We WILL see him again.

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