Condolences for Steven “Steve” Diczban

Jean Morgan Burnett posted on 10/14/21

Condolences to Steve’s family. Steve and I were school mates from kindergarten through high school. May his soul Rest In Peace.

 

Marcia and Clyde Miller posted on 10/12/21

We are sorry to hear of the loss of your brother, Steve, May wonderful memories console all of you at this difficult time.

 

Jodi Becker posted on 10/9/21

Very sorry for your loss Linda. Prayers to you and your family

 

Janice Lowder Kelty posted on 10/8/21

lived next door to them on midland court went to Fairview school and Lanphier the good old days! So Sorry For you loss.

 

Bill Shomidie posted on 10/8/21

I’m honored to say that Steve and I were good friends , we had a lot of good laughs,he will be missed by all . R.I.P.

 

Tom Cockayne posted on 10/8/21

So sorry to hear of Steve passing. Became friends with Steve at Lanphier and had great times together. Thoughts and prayers go out to Steve’s family and many friends. Until we meet again buddy!

 

Cindy and Pete Larsen posted on 10/8/21

So sorry to hear about Steve. Thoughts of all of you during this difficult time. Hugs to all.

 

Phyllis Ingram posted on 10/8/21

Steve was a great guy! Went from kindergarten through high school with him! Rest In Please my friend!

 

Sandy Carter posted on 10/8/21

Steve was good to us girls when we were teenagers. We spent a whole lot of time in the Diczban house & it was always the best place to be. I’m so very sorry Linda. ♥️

 

Norma Jean Reeves posted on 10/8/21

I am another one that grew up in the Diczban household. Linda & I were besties , Steve was like a brother to me. Always caring, outspoken & funny . He will be missed terribly. My love & prayers go out to the Diczban family. RIP my dear friend.

 

David Hood posted on 10/7/21

I met Steve in kindergarten, we grew up together. The Diczban household was my second home. We learned a lot together and from each other. Together we learned the importance of family, friendship and loyalty. You could not have a better friend than Steve, he was always there if you needed him. Rest well brother, until we meet again.

 

Linda Pease posted on 10/7/21

Please note the times for the services should be to gather at 10:30 and services at 11:00 at 3rd Presbyterian Church.