Steve Racine Obituary, Resident Of Grand Blanc, Michigan Has Passed Away – Times Memorial

Steve Racine Obituary, Death – Stephen Racine has sadly passed away. Stephen was the youngest of eight children when he was born in Grand Blanc on December 1, 1985. He completed his education at Powers Catholic High School in 2004 after attending Holy Family Catholic School. In 2008, the University of Olivet granted him a degree in Risk Management and Insurance.

For fifteen years, he worked as a devoted insurance specialist for both big and small brokers. His contagious eagerness and smile made him popular at work, illuminating every area he entered. Steve was a passionate sports fan. He played lacrosse, golfed, rode, and jogged with great enthusiasm. He was a devoted fan of the Detroit Lions and the University of Minnesota; he would always conclude his texts with “Go Blue.” Stephen would normally greet you with an embrace and a hilarious movie quip that would make you laugh out loud whenever you came over.

His humor had a contagious quality. Stephen was most committed to his family and his beliefs above all else. His devoted wife Lindsey is the only person who is left to treasure his memories. He loved their two sweet kids, Violet, two, and Delia, four. Even in kindergarten, he gained several lifetime friends. John and Katharine Racine, his sister Lisa (Scott) Burau,

Brother Michael Racine, sisters Angela (Michael) Blondin, Karen (Todd) Pietras, Monica Racine, Christina (Steve) Toth, and Cheryl (Cort) Niemi, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins will always adore and cherish him. His aunt Michele Racine, uncles Tom and Jim Militello, uncles Dominic and Betty Militello, and grandparents Lloyd and Bea Racine all passed away before him. Donations to the Delia and Violet Racine Education Fund are accepted in place of flowers.

On Thursday, December 21, 2023, at 10 a.m., there will be a funeral service and burial at Holy Family Catholic Church, which is situated at 11804 South Saginaw Street, Grand Blanc, and the Catholic Cemetery of New Calvary. Priest Leronio Vodivodi will lead the ceremony. On Wednesday, March 21, from 1 to 8 p.m., the Swartz Funeral Home, located at 1225 West Hill Road, will be open for visits. The funeral home will hold a Rosary prayer on Wednesday at 6 p.m. On Thursday, Stephen will be at the church from 9 a.m. until the start of the Mass.

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