Steve G. Wittmann, 61, Accepted the Lord's hand on May 23rd, 2020. Steve lost his fight with cancer after unforeseen complications. He was surrounded by family as he answered his call home.
Steve was born in Kaukauna on May 17th, 1959 to Delmar Wittmann and Shirley (Mielke) Majeskie. Steve joined the army reserves after high school. In his younger years he enjoyed racing figure eights and his love of hunting and fishing emerged. Steve had many prize trophies including a blonde/cinnamon color phased black bear. One of his most enjoyed places was at his son Josh and his family’s homestead in Wild Rose. Family was of great importance and as the grandchildren started arriving, they became his world. His pride was his lawn care business and all of the people he came to know over the years. Steve was very active in his church as well as helping the many friends that became a blessing in him. Participating in tractor pulls was his latest joy.
Steve is survived by his wife Becky (Sorensen) Wittmann and loyal k9 Sloan. He is also survived by his first wife Tracy (Wagner) Schommer, his mother Shirley Majeskie, and his step-mother Judy Wittman. Steve had 5 children; Sarah Weyland, Josh (Amber) Wittmann, Brad (Steph) Wittmann, Ricky (Laura) Neibauer, Emily (Anthony) Scott which blessed him with 5 grandchildren; Isabelle, Emmory, Madelynn, Teagan and Leo. His brothers and sisters; Todd (Pam) Wittmann, Tony (Susan) Wittmann Diane (Roman) Nowak, Mike Majeskie, Sherry Majeskie, Sandy Majeskie. His brothers-in-law, Roney (Sherry) Sorensen, and Tyler (Irene) Sorensen. Steve had so many nieces and nephews that he would drop everything to help.
Steve was preceded in death by his Father Delmer Wittmann, Stepfather George Majeskie, Grandmother Marcella Mielke, Sister Val Majeskie, Sister Emily Sorensen-Belter and dog Snickers
In lieu of flowers, monetary donations and be made to the family which will be then donated to a few places that Steve was active with.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, May 30th, from 10:00 am followed by the Service at 12 Noon with a luncheon to follow, at Abundant Life Apostolic Church, 995 S.Sawyer Rd., Oconomowoc, WI.
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