Michael Stefanski

Sturgis, Michigan

Dec 28, 1947 – Aug 30, 2018 (Age 70)


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Michael C. Stefanski, 70, of Sturgis, Mich., died Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018, at Bronson Methodist Hospital following a short illness.He was born Dec. 28, 1947, in Sturgis, the son of Clifford J. and Mary Jane (Herman)?Stefanski.He was a graduate of Bronson High School in 1965 and also a veteran of...

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I was very surprised and filled with sorrow to learn of Mike's passing. Together, we often flew combat missions supporting one another as wingmen. For awhile I was Mike's platoon leader and knew him to be a very brave soldier and a excellent aviator.

After Vietnam I looked for Mike. I knew approximately where he lived but was never able pin his location down and visit. Now I know that we lived very close to one another for I came home to Jackson, MI after my service was...

Mike was a classmate that goes back to the first grade, St. Mary's Assumption, Bronson. Our classmates have been getting together monthly and I just visited with Mike a few weeks ago at the Strike Zone in Bronson. He approached me after the dinner and we chatted briefly about Viet Nam and his experience/s as a pilot that sent chills up my spine.
Mike and his brother David served as altar boys for years at St. Mary's. Mike was one of the nicest people in our class and will be missed. ...

Mike (and Ellen) welcomed me like another child when Alissa and I met in college. They were amazing as additional parents and I loved them both very much. The world lost a wonderful man and his absence is felt all the way down in Florida. Hugs and love to Alissa, Stacey, and Ellen.
Love, Trisha C.

So very sorry for your loss. Prayers for you,Stacey and family.

We are both so sorry for the loss of your beloved Mike. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you. May God console you in your time of sorrow.

My deepest condolences on Mike's passing. I always respected and was impressed by his attention to detail. He was always there when I needed a ride and I enjoyed bowling with him whether it was league, State, City and most recently Senior Tournaments. His passing will leave a void in our bowling community not to mention the lives of his friends and family. May your faith sustain you during these tough times. Bless you. PEACE

Dear Ellen and family
Sorry to hear about Mike, he was such a happy man and always willing to talk to anyone. We know that you loved to go camping and traveling and those are memories that you always remember forever. Our deepest sympathy.
Larry and Sylvia Johns

My deepest condolences on Mike's passing. I was always impressed by his attention to details and the way he conducted himself as a board member. He was always there when I needed a ride and I enjoyed the times we bowled together whether it was league, City Tournament, Jamboree, State Tournament or most recently, State Seniors. His passing leaves a huge void in our bowling community, not to mention the lives of his friends and family members. May your faith sustain you in these times. Bless...