Steven P. Antonelli

  • Born: January 5, 1965
  • Died: November 29, 2017
  • Location: New Lenox, Illinois

Kurtz Memorial Chapel

102 E. Francis Road
P.O. Box 129
New Lenox, IL 60451

Tel. (815) 485-3200

Tribute & Message From The Family


Steven P. Antonelli
Age 52, a resident of New Lenox, IL., passed away on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of Cynthia (Krusenoski); devoted father of Nicole Antonelli, Stefanie Antonelli, Lauren West, Ryan West, and Anamarie Antonelli; cherished grandfather of Logan Tantillo and Blake Bluer; loving son of Darryl and Doreene Antonelli (Rooney); dear brother of Tom (Jan) Antonelli, Kevin (Annette) Antonelli, Carol (Mike) Sanders, Tim (Pam) Antonelli, and Tina Antonelli; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Steve was a member of Local # 73 Sheet Metal Union. He was a master fisherman, and coached softball and football. The family will receive friends at Kurtz Memorial Chapel, 102 E. Francis Road, New Lenox, IL 60451 on Friday, December 1, 2017 from 12:00 Noon to 9:00 PM with a Prayer Service beginning at 7:00 PM. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations to the ALS Association, www.alsa.org would be appreciated. Info www.kurtzmemorialchapel.com or 815-485-3700


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Condolence & Memory Journal

God bless you Steve had no idea you were sick may god watch over your family i know you are reeling in the big ones up there god bless you Steve

Posted by Brian Ross - Island lake, IL - coworker   August 14, 2018

I am very sorry for the loss - I knew Steve for 5-6 years through D&K Sheet Metal. I was one of his vendors and started when I was very young. I learned very much from him and will always remember him and what he taught me.

Posted by Nick Gritsonis - Coworker   February 03, 2018

My deepest condolences to the family over the loss of a great man taken way too young! My family grew up in Crestwood and knew the Antonelli's very well from school to little league, football, etc. He will be missed! On behalf of the Joyce family, Our prayers to the whole family...

Posted by Peter Joyce - Crestwood, IL - Family Friend   December 02, 2017

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My sincerest condolences to the Antonelli family.

GL

Posted by Gregory Lezeau - Miami, FL   December 01, 2017

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Dear Niki,
You and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the passing of your father.I pray that God will grant you the strength.

Posted by Ayca C - Boca Raton, FL   December 01, 2017

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My deepest condolences to Steven's family in their time of sorrow. The relationship between a father and daughter is a special one and my heart goes out to you and your family. I pray that God will heal your heart. My hope is that you can take comfort in knowing that your Dad carries on in you. I also hope that in time, the wonderful memories will warm your heart when you need it the most. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this very sad time.

Posted by Suzanne Lyew - Boca Raton, FL   December 01, 2017

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May the Blue Light of this candle heal the hearts of everyone that Loved Steven so much... Bless, Bless

Carol Lafferty Tillotson

Posted by Carol Lafferty - Dallas, TX - Family Friend   November 30, 2017

Your family has been my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Posted by Kathleen Krueger - Tinley Park, IL - Family   November 30, 2017


Cindy.
My sincere condolences to you and your family. Steve will be remembered and missed. RIP Steve.

Love, Aunt Pat Schultz

Posted by Pat Schultz - Port St. Lucie, FL - Family   November 30, 2017

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Rest in peace, Steve. You will be missed.

Posted by Lainie Petersen - CHICAGO, IL - Family   November 29, 2017

Gonna miss what we had growing up together even more now, knowing I won't be able to sit and laugh over it all with a beer! Good times always god bless you and your family love ya Todd

Posted by Todd Markusic - Barrington, NH - Friend   November 29, 2017

Uncle Lou and I are so sad that Steve is no longer with us. There was never a time when we were together for family parties, when he didn't make us laugh! Your energy, strength, and sense of humor will truly be missed.
Our loving thoughts also go with Cindy and Anna in the difficult days ahead.

Love you!
Aunt Colleen and Uncle Lou

Posted by Colleen and Lou Moisan - Tinley Park, IL - Family   November 29, 2017

The GREATEST memory we have occurred several years ago, at the cottage of Dorene and Sonny in Indiana........Steve and Uncle Lou were horsing around on the pier.....they were commenting on the condition of the lake at the time.......Uncle Lou assured Steve that even though the water was green, it was healthy enough to eat from.....to prove his point, Uncle Lou scooped us a handful of sludge and smeared it all over his tongue......Steve laughed so hard, he almost fell off the pier.

Posted by Lou and Colleen Moisan - Tinley Park, IL - Family   November 29, 2017

Dear Cindy and Family,
Our most heartfelt sympathy and sadness for all of you! We all loved Steve! He was a good man! We will remember all of you in our prayers.

Posted by Ruth Cicha - Woodridge, IL - Family Friend   November 29, 2017

I will miss you, Steve. You are no longer suffering. Keep smiling up in Heaven, cuz.

Posted by Lara Moisan-Rogers - Alsip, IL - Family   November 29, 2017

RIP Steve (my Paisano)! No more suffering! Thoughts and Prayers to the entire Antonelli family. Stay strong, The Giannetta Family

Posted by Mario Giannetta - New Lenox, IL - Friend   November 29, 2017

Steven you will be truly missed you will always be in my heart, growing up together when we were young and you and your brothers and myself playing baseball, Football, & Hockey, seeing you at Christmas with your beautiful wife and daughters there nothing like family. I know as we got older we did not see each other as much but being with you and your family and my other nieces & Nephew's
at Birthday party's, and graduation's, & Christmas was priceless. I loved you very much and you and Cyndi were so nice to Aunt Micki always asking how she was doing with her disease, I will never forget that. Steven you are home now no more pain. I love you, miss you always & forever. Love Uncle Chris.

Posted by Christopher Vimarco - Tinley ParkTinley Park, IL - Family   November 29, 2017