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Steve J. Jezerinac

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Steve J. Jezerinac, 68, of Acworth, Ga., died peacefully on April 21, 2018, surrounded by family following a brief battle with cancer.  Steve was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on March 12, 1950.  He & his wife of 44 years, Linda, married & moved to Cobb County. His passion was undoubtedly his wife, family & especially his four grandchildren & friends.  He is survived by his wife, Linda (Schill); daughter, Jeannette; son, Peter & daughter-in-law, Erin (Wall); grandchildren, August, Michael, Peter Jr., & Evelyn; brother, Ron; niece, Tiffany Sexton (Jezerinac); nephew, Ron Jr.; & many in-laws, aunts, uncles & treasured friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Peter & Jeannette and sister-in-law, Lynn.  Steve was a loving & devoted husband, father, grandpa, father-in-law, brother, uncle, son, coach & generous friend.  He was loved by many & his larger-than-life personality & creativity will forever be missed. A Mass will be offered on May 5th at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church at 12:30 pm (850 Douthit Ferry Rd., Cartersville, GA 30120, (770) 382-4549).  A Celebration of Life will be on May 6th at 3:00 pm (for information please contact jtjezerinac@aol.com or peterj@ymcaatlanta.org.

3 Comments To "Steve J. Jezerinac"

Linda Cassaro On Jun 21 2021 at 7pm
I am a cousin of Steve (Linda) my dad and his dad were brothers. I am sorry to hear about him we were a family growing up in Euclid Oh. I often wondered what happened to Stevie Sorry the loss. His cousin my brother (charles) also died a few years ago. Reply to this comment
mary struebing On May 01 2018 at 4pm
Creativity and persistence are two words which come to mind when I think of Steve. His thinking and creativity when it came to events and flower arranging were boundless! When we dedicated the new church at St Francis the reception table had the biggest most gorgeous flower arrangement I'd ever seen. His persistence in working through challenges was so admired. Many of us would pale by comparison. I will miss him! Reply to this comment
Lynn Dickson On Apr 22 2018 at 6pm
My thoughts and prayers are with the family of this amazing man. Mr. Steve you will be missed more than you possibly know even though you once told me that Linda & I were a pain in your butt ! I know you meant that with all the love in your heart. I love you Mr. Steve and will miss your smile & hugs keeping me going on those tough days at work. Reply to this comment
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