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January 19, 2014
Dear Kate,
I am saddened to hear of the passing of your husband Stephan last May.
We were blessed to know Stephan personally and professionally; working with him in the late 80s. Our condolences and prayers go out to you and his family.
Sincerely,
Stephen (and Sue) Rufe
Parma, Ohio
June 02, 2013
Our Deepest Condolences To The Gaspar Family During This Difficult Time In Their Lives.

I did not have the pleasure to know Stephan that well, But From What We Heard From The Hungarian Community, He Will Be Sorely Missed. Gifted Men Like Him Do Not Come By Too Often.

From: George And Olivia Huzau
Middleburg Heights, Ohio
May 29, 2013
Kate, my condolences. I just knew you and your husband for a short while but found in both of you a warm heart. You were with him at the end and that is a beautiful gift. Because he is a special soul, I believe he is now a very special angel for you. I believe that love does not die. This is from my own experience of becoming a widow. Know his love will always surround you and be there for you.
May 29, 2013
If I could describe Stephan in one sentence, it would be that he was a good man, who worked hard and loved his family. Stephan kept me grounded and offered solid advice and direction for business and my personal life. His family was foremost and their love for him was his reflection. He will always be a part of my daily life as the memories of our good times make me smile. I'll never forget Stephan and I driving at high speeds in convertible sports cars when we traveled. His piloting soul encouraged me to push us to the limit. We had a blast!
May 28, 2013
The obituary announcement in the Plain Dealer did not specify that it will be Friday June 7th at the Bodnar-Mahoney Funeral Home. All are welcome!
My brother-in-law (Stuka as he was nicknamed in Hungarian) was a talented architect; a lover of life, work, music and dancing; a true gentleman striving for nobleness of self, mildness of character, good will towards others with an acute sense of decorum. He adores his wife and family.
The Hegedeos family met the Gaspar family while living in a German barrack as ‘displaced persons' following WWII. After immigrating to the US and years of interstate courting, Stuka married my sister Kati and celebrated their 50th anniversary last year. I wish he would have lived more! Puki
May 28, 2013
Please know that your family will be in our prayers. Mrs Gaspar was a lovely man, and I am sure Adam welcomed him in the the kingdom with open arms!
May 26, 2013
OUR CONDOLENCES FERI AND EVA
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