- 70 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 12, 1944
- Date of passing: Jan 1, 2015
|Let the memory of Stephen be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, my dad, Stephen Daniuk, 70, born on January 12, 1944 and passed away on January 1, 2015. We will remember him forever.
"Well. Steve, you have had a year in earthly time to enjoy your new home. Thinking of you on your earth birthday but rejoicing with you on your heavenly day. We think of you often and miss you. With love, Pam and Flemming"
"I can't believe you've been gone for a year now. We had a nice memorial mass at Our Lady of Czestochowa in Dorchester. Your family was there to remember you and reminisce of all the great memories. You were a great dad and we know that even though you are no longer with us in body, you are still here in spirit! We love you and miss you!"
"Happy Father's Day Dad! Not a day goes by that I don't think about you or all the fun times we had over the years. I miss you so very much.
"Well, Steve. I was looking through all the wonderful photos of you and it made me smile and cry. Miss hearing your voice. Flemming and I love to tell old Steve stories. You kept us laughing for sure. We love you."
"Fájó szivvel búcsuzunk szeretett sógorunktól, kinek emlékét örökké örizzük. Fénylö csillagként ragyog az örökkévalóság egén.
Kedves, jószándéku, szerény ember volt, ki mindenkin segített.
Látogatásai soran, mikor haza jöttek felesége szülöfalujába, Kunszigetre, mindig nagy örömben vártuk-fogadtuk.
Ünnep volt számunkra minden eggyütt töltött óra.
Nagyszerü embert veszitettünk el halálával.
Elmeked szívünkben örökké él. Nyugodj békében.
" Napra nap jö feledni nem tudunk, Ö fenn az égben vigyazza utunk, mi lenn a földön fogjuk egymás kezét. Szívünkben örizzük emlékét. "
Ivan sógorod csaladja"
"Happy Birthday Steve-from mom, Dave and me...miss you more than anything with aching heart and wish you could be here with us all..."
"Today would have been my dad's 71st birthday, so I light this candle for you Dad. In memory of your fun-loving spirit. I wish you were here to celebrate."
"It was a great pleasure to know you! I will always remember the good conversations we had in Hungary! You didn't speak our language but always felt the meaning of our jokes and songs! We talked, laughed together a lot! And you tought me how to tie a necktie. Rest in peace.
Kati Stoller from Hungary"
"I will always remember you! 21 years ago when I visited you and Teri and you entertained me for a few days. I never forget it! Thanks that I could meet you several times in Hungary also and we, all the family could have so much fun with you, Steven! We miss you, your smile, your fantastic personality.
Maria Stoller & Stoller Family from Kunsziget/Hungary"
"Kedves István /Stephen/ Sógor!
A távoli Magyarországról /Hungary/ - 2. feleséged Terézia Lendvai testvéreként- búcsúzom Tőled! Mélyen lesújtott bennünket a hír, amikor megtudtuk, hogy az általunk olyan nagyon kedvelt és szeretett mindig mosolygós, vidám, jólelkű ember elment. Soha nem felejtem el, amikor 1988-ban meghívtatok a bátyámmal bennünket Amerikába és egy nagyon tartalmas 1 hónapot tölthettünk veletek. Emlékezem a szép Cape Neddick-i i házra, amely a kezed munkáját dícséri, a hajódra, amelyen oly sokat hajókáztunk, a Boston-i, Washington-i, New York-i stb. utazásokra amelyekkel egy egész életre szóló emlékeket szereztetek nekünk Terivel, Viki-vel és David-al. De ugyan így felejthetetlenek maradnak azok az idők is, amikor itt jártatok nálunk Magyarországon több alkalommal is. Emlékezem hogyan tetszett neked kicsi országunkban a magyar puszta, a fővárosunk Budapest és a többi látnivaló. Azok a napok számunkra ünnepnek számítottak, különösen amikor együtt lehetett az egész magyar rokonság egy testvéri, unokatestvéri és rokoni találkozón Kunszigeten. Öröm volt számomra, hogy elkísérhettelek az Osztrák Alpokba /Kitzbühel/ ahol kedvedre síelhettél.
Kedves István! Fájó szívvel búcsúzik tőled Imi és Klári, lányunk Klári és családja, fiunk Dávid és az egész magyar rokonság. Nyugodj békében!"
"I have so many treasured memories of my Grandpa Stephen from when I was a little girl: we would play with his train set under the christmas tree for hours, he would drive us to feed the geese and ducks at the pond down the road, we would foot skate on the frozen pond in the backyard, he would let me steer his motor boat down the river, and he would make me laugh by singing the silly holiday song "grandma got run over by a rain deer" again and again. Stephen's heart and soul were always young. He was kind, boisterous, generous, and gentle. And although death is hard for family and friends who are left behind, I'm glad that Stephen never had to suffer. Because being bedridden would never suit my active and happy-go-lucky grandpa who had a heart of gold... I leave you with this poem by Philo Yan:
Young at heart
Though body old
Wise in part
Though body fold
Clear in mind
Through ticking time
Seek the truth
And peace we find
Rest in peace grandpa Stephen, I love you with all my heart."
"I lay this flower for you, my Uncle Stephen. You are one special spirit. I always got excited when I knew you were around...it was a gift from God when I went skiing with my school and I met up with you and Shan on the slopes...that day was awesome. I remember bragging how you are my Uncle and you were awesome at skiing!!! I loved how you would try anything and have that hearty laugh and smile. My fond memories is your smile.. I loved it. I lit a candle for you this past Sunday...you have been in my thoughts and prayers as well as Shannon, Christy and Aunt Alexis. My whole family is sharing this heartbreak of your passing. We lift your spirit up high to God and in hopes your having a great beer with Grampy and reconnecting with your loved ones. Hope it's a hoppy one!"
"We will always remember "Stevie Boy" our Brother-in-law who brought us many laughs and good times. Although through the years we saw less of you, We always held you in great regard and love. We all feel a deep loss with your passing and know that you will keep them all laughing in Heaven! Give Gramp a hug from all of us. We love you Stephen."
"To Stephen, the father of my two beautiful daughters, Christen Allison and Shannon Elizabeth: Though it was not our destiny to be together, the deep love you had for my family was as great as their love for you. I don't understand what happened, buy may you rest in peace knowing that our love for you will remain in our hearts and memories forever.
p.s. I know "Gramp" was there to greet you!"
"My stepfather brought a new sense of life when he came into our lives years ago. To me he was a mentor, fellow artisan, fellow lover of the sea, a friend and confidant. He took me under his wing when I needed it the most-unconditionally and without hesitation. This is who he was. Of course he also brought laughs and many memorable experiences including those famous holiday gatherings in Maine with family and friends. He was the life of the party... His gift and important reminder was that no matter the situation in life, stay positive and young at heart.
Steve, may you continue your life's journey on calm seas, fair winds and blue mountains etched with powdered ravines...and please don't scare Jon too much if you're sailing! I miss you more than you know."
"We will miss a kind, generous, intelligent, and remarkable character. His smile will always remain on our memories. We only wish we could see him one more time. We will ligth our candle at Our Lady of Victory tomorrow.
May he rest in peace. We love you, Stephen.
Joanne & Peter"
"The world lost a wonderful, fun-loving man this week. I will always remember the fun times we had together, whether it was skiing in the mountains or just hanging out on his boat. He is in heaven with Gramp now, enjoying a nice cold beer. I love you dad and will miss you very much."
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