Steve M. Gorski
1958 - 2020
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Gorski, Steve M.

Steve M. Gorski born May 24, 1958 passed away July 20, 2020. Beloved husband of Bruce Ladin; dearest brother of Stanley (Jennie); dear uncle of Bob (Kathy); great-uncle to Asher. Funeral services were held private. For information: Kolbus-May Funeral Home 773-774-3232 or www.kolbusmayfh.com

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Published in Chicago Sun-Times on Jul. 22, 2020.
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August 4, 2020
Steve was always the same - even tempered, considerate, wise and kind. I always enjoyed our conversations - very cool person. Perhaps I will get to visit some of the countries we discussed, one day. FYI - My cat was sick for a couple months but he's doing much better. I know that update makes you happy.
Pearlene Campbell
Coworker
July 24, 2020
I count myself lucky to have known Steve. He will be missed. May the love he had for you comfort you at this time.
Michelle Rajzer
July 23, 2020

Steve was the brightest person I knew...he could talk about art, music, architecture in a profound way, In addition, he was so kind and such a good friend. I will miss you Steve...RIP
beverly yusim
Friend
July 22, 2020
Dear Bruce and family,

Steve worked as a Project Manager at the USPS on my team. He was always kind, well spoken, honest, and hard working. I was in Denver so I only got to meet with Steve face to face a few times but we had weekly telephone calls to review projects. He was a breath of fresh air to talk with because he was always kind, never a bad word to say about anyone. I was very sad to learn he was sick a few months ago and even more sad to learn he had passed. There are few words that offer much comfort at this time, I just wanted to say I know he was well loved by those who worked with him and he will be missed.

Sincerely, Molly Wright
Molly Wright
Coworker
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