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Steven Jay Feld

Feb 06, 1960 - Mar 15, 2023


Steven Jay Feld, 63, of Sheboygan, WI passed away on Wednesday, March 15th, 2023.

Steven was born to Fred Feld and LaVonne Shulz on February 6th, 1960 in Sheboygan, WI. He attended North High School and later received his GED from LTC. He married Kim Mueller in 1991 and together raised two children.

He leaves as his legacy two children: Tyler Feld (Rachel) and Kami Feld (Robert). He also leaves to cherish his memory his mother, three siblings and many nieces and nephews. His children will remember him as a generous and selfless person.

He was preceded in death by his father, Fred Feld and brother, Dale Feld.

Steven loved to be outdoors. He enjoyed hiking and riding his bike in Evergreen Park. Grilling out, having bonfires and tending to his garden were a few favorite hobbies at home. Above all, he had a passion for volleyball which he passed on to his children.

A celebration of life will take place at Evergreen Park this summer.

The family would like to thank Sharon Richardson Hospice for their kindness.



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douglas mueller

I grew up with steve at jefferson and high school worked with him at Ametek I will miss seeing an old friend I am very sorry.

Wendy Jeske-Richardson

I am so sorry to hear about this. Steve was somebody I looked forward to spending time with when we could. He was always so friendly and easy to talk to. So willing to listen and just a positive attitude. I was lucky enough to have played Volleyball with him. He was such a good player and it helped improve others game. He is with his brother Dale now. So they are there together and at peace. Sending my deepest sympathies, Love and support. Wendy

Mark, Marie, and Charlie Rieger

We miss Steve every day and are so very sad to have lost a great life-long friend. We are grieving for Steve and for the unexpected loss his family is suffering. Mark and I have multitudes of memories of Steve from 30+ years ago, to him helping our son learn to ride a bike, to all the household projects Steve helped Mark with, to a great walk he and Mark took just a few weeks before he died. It was a privilege to spend a little time with you on that last day, to hold your hand and let you know how much you mean to us. We miss you, Steve. .