- 56 years old
- Date of birth: May 9, 1959
- Place of birth:
Hudson, New Hampshire, United States
- Date of passing: May 29, 2015
- Place of passing:
Port Charlotte, Florida, United States
|Let the memory of Steven be with us forever|
Steven Klay Kulingoski, 56, passed May 29,2015.
Steven was born May 9, 1959 to Elaine (Smith) Kulingoski and Bernard Kulingoski of Hudson NH.
He passed away May 29, 2015 with his Aunt Patty Bailey (Tata) by his side after a lengthy battle with Cancer at Tidewell Hospice in Port Charlotte FL.
Steven was born and raised in NH. He moved to Punta Gorda FL with his wife Janice (Dudley) Kulingoski in 2003. Steven enjoyed the outdoors; he loved cooking and cherished his dogs through the years.
His Daughter Brandy Lee was his greatest joy. Although he had his struggles in life, he was a gifted handyman and offered his services freely to others in need of a helping hand often, passing on the example of his parents to love and serve others.
Those who knew Steven knew he had a heart of gold. His famous quote was, “Don't sweat the small stuff.”
Steven was predeceased by both of his parents along with his wife, his sisters: Debra and Donna, and his brother Edward.
He leaves behind his only child, Brandy Lee (Kulingoski) Dwyer ; his Grandsons: Kyle, Tyler, and Corey, along with his sisters: Doreen Chaput, Brother In Law Tim, Wendy Kulingoski, Charnel Remillard, brother Clyde, sister –in-law Denise, along with tons of Uncles, Aunts, Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins.
Steven should live on in memory each time Elvis Presley is played and each time his family and friends visit the beach. He loved the ocean.
"Just One More Day
Sometimes I wonder what I would say
If we had one more day
Would I tell you the news from home?
Ask you where you now roam?
Would I tell you all the things left unsaid?
The guilt and regrets still in my head?
Would I want to know your okay?
Beg you please to come back and stay?
Would I not say all that much?
And just reach out for one last touch?
I don't know what I would say but I do sure wish for that one more day...."
"I'll remember my brother Steven most for being the helper in time of need. He was the big brother who always fixed my bike when it had a flat tire or the chain fell off. And when it got old and rusty he fixed it all up with a banana seat, a flowered basket and painted it baby blue with white pinstripes. He also would bring me along on his paper route and pay me a quarter for helping. He was an example of helping your fellow man. I will continue to pass on his legacy and pay it forward. In loving memory my brother...RIP"
"I will miss you my cousin Steven. Yo will be missed by everyone who knew you. You had a giving heart and always helped anyone who needed you. I'll see you again one day. I Love you always,
Your cousin, Natasha"
""A heartfelt message to my Brother,Steven"...It was many years we didn't see each other.But.....I remember the Brother who always worked hard,helped everyone,and had a good heart.I remember the Brother,who taught me how to work hard at Biblo's bakery when I was very young.I have fond memories of the good times we shared,when I lived with you,Cathy,And BrandyLee.When we use to go smimming at the public pool with Brandylee.And the times we went to the beach.And how you use to love Elvis and would sing away to his songs.We had some good times.And it is those memories of my Brother,that I will cherish always.I regret not getting down to Florida to see you.But we will see each other again one day.Until then,RIP my Brother.I love you."
"In loving Memory to my nephew Steven Klay Kulingoski. You will be deaply missed by everyone who knew you. You have no more suffering or pain. Rest and live in peace with Jesus. We will be together again,until then you are in my heart. The memories I have of my nephew Steven,I will treasure till were together again. Your aunt Patty. Who you loved to call TaTa.
I love You!!!"
"Dad may you rest in peace. I will see you again one day. May you fly with angels. Love you always"
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