Steven Wayne Stirsman

May 14, 1956 - January 14, 2019
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Bremen, KY 42325
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BREMEN – Steven Wayne Stirsman, 62, of Bremen, died Monday, January 14, 2019, at 11:52AM at his home. Mr. Stirsman was born May 14, 1956, in Daviess County. He was a motor mechanic at Hibbs Electric in Madisonville, and a member of Bethlehem Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph andContinue Reading

Ken Rogers left a message on January 17, 2019:
Sherry so sorry to hear about this. We have you in our thoughts and payers.
Martha & Bart Noffsinger left a message on January 16, 2019:
Bart was telling me of all the good times he was playing ball on the Reds team with Steve growing up. Even though I didn't know him that well I still have a very heavy heart for you. You always look so in love in all the pictures you places on facebook. You and the family will continue to be in my prayers.
Laird Monteith left a message on January 16, 2019:
It saddens me to not be able to participate in the celebration of Steve's life. As a kid, our adventures with Steve were the highlights of our summers. Doing things that were exciting and often dangerous, many of which we could never tell our parents that we did, but that was all part of the excitement!

I was the youngest of the cousins, a Tag Along and was often the victim of pranks I was happy with any attention whether it was good or bad and always came back for more. Uncle Joe was also a person of pranks and I expect that Steve learned this talent from him. (Thanks a lot Uncle Joe)

Although where we lived was considered Out in the country (Indiana) with woods and rivers for a back yard, Kentucky was totally a different world with so many new things to experience and learn..

Without our Country Cousins, much of what we knew about life would have been limited. We saw the circle of life first hand through Steve's love of Hunting, Trapping, and Farming and because of this I am a better person and will be eternally grateful to have had him in my life. Thank you Steve!
Brad Chaney left a message on January 16, 2019:
So sorry for your loses. I love you all you guys and am just a phone call away if Cody or anybody wants to talk.
Buddy and Joanie Frizzell left a message on January 15, 2019:
So sorry to hear the passing of Steve. Prayers for the family.
Buddy Frizzell,I worked with Steve at Eastern Electric.
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Donna Zofcin Zofcin left a message on January 15, 2019:
Dear Sherrie and Family,

I am so sorry to hear about Steve. My prayers are with you all. I wish I could
be there with you. You and your Mother were there for me when I needed some one. Please keep in touch.

Love Donna
Amy Monteith-Shojai left a message on January 15, 2019:
Dear Sherrie and everyone,

Some of the most treasured memories of my life were playing in the barn with my cousins Steve and JoLynn, during visits to Kentucky to Grandma Stirsman's house. Gosh, he had a pitching arm that wouldn't quit! And my brothers Gene and Laird and I got into lots of fun (trouble!) with Steve -- lobbing spoiled eggs at the pigs next door, playing hide and seek in the cornfield (dang, it itched!), daring each other to jump the crik (and I landed on my bottom and ruined my clothes!).

It's been many years since I visited during a family reunion, and I'm heartbroken to learn of Steve's passing. Please know that I am there in spirit, although unable to travel from Texas to be with y'all.

Love to all --

Amy and Mahmoud Shojai
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Hubert and Jeanette Green left a message on January 14, 2019:
We are so sorry, may God see you all through this terrible time, we love you ALL.
Tucker Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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