Steven R. Eckhardt, age 74, of Sheboygan Falls, passed away on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, after a lengthy illness. He is survived by his wife, Cindy; a daughter, Rebecca Eckhardt; stepsons, Chris and Ryan Loose and his sister, Julie (Tom) Kleefisch.
In accordance with Steve’s wishes no services will be held. The Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed at www.reinboldfh.com
I am so sorry, I just found out about Steve’s passing. Great fellow LEO, better golfer, better basketball player than me.
My deepest sympathy Cindy. Have thought of you often.
My sincere condolences to all of you in your time of grief and sorrow. I have only good memories of Steve.
I’m so saddened to hear of your dear husband’s passing, Cindy. May you find comfort in knowing how many lives that he touched-the difference he made as a longtime public servant but, more importantly, your timeless love for one another.
Cindy, I am so sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I have so many good memories of him as our court officer. He always had a smile on his face (even though it made you feel like he was up to something, which he probably was). Please know I am thinking of you. Ellen & Orson Najacht
Cindy so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Our sincere sympathy on the death of Steve. I worked with him many years and enjoyed working with him-he was always a good friend and he will be missed.
My condolences to Steve's family,
Dearest Cindy. Kathy and I are deeply saddened at Steve's passing. I will always remember his great sense of humor, his "joke of the day" and truly enjoyed working with him every day when he came over to the DA's office. I can hear his voice as I write this. May God keep him and your family in his grace. Jim and Kathy Haasch
Oh Cindy, we are so sorry to hear this sad news. We have good memories of working with Steve. May the Lord be very near to you and your family during this time. Keeping you in our prayers.
Cindy, I was so sorry to read about Steve's passing. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
My deepest Condolence to you, Becky. Your Father , Steve. was a GOOD FRIEND to Sandy and me. My memories go back to Tubby's when we played softball/basketball for Tubby's. I can still see Steve tapping on the bar looking like he was playing the piano to the song of Boogiie Woogie Bllues. I can't believe you're gone. There's a special place in for you my FRIEND.
My sincere condolences to Steve's family. It was an honor to have him as a friend and colleague.
Julie & family so sorry to hear of your brother Steve's passing.
Very sorry to hear. My condolences Cindy
Cindy and family,
So sorry for your loss. May happy memories carry you through this sorrowful time.
Dennis and Bonnie Korff
I'm sad to hear about Steve's passing. I've known him for quite some time and have always enjoyed his sense of humor. He will be missed by the Fishheads, for sure ;-)
Dear Cindy, I was alittle shocked to here about my good friend Steve. We had many years of golf, cards and just hanging out together. He had more golf gadgets than anyone I know and none of them worked. May he rest in peace.
I'll miss him.
Dear Cindy, I was shocked to read about your husband's passing. You and your family have my deepest sympathy. May friends and family be a comfort to you at this time. Thinking of you....
Cindy and family, so very sorry to hear about Steve's passing. He was such a joy to know and always so nice.
Steve was like a brother when we worked together. Sometimes I leaned on him for support and sometimes he leaned on me. Many times we went up North as a group to let off steam. Those will always be the best times to remember. He was a great athlete, great cop, great father and family always meant alot to him. He always could see what was right in the world and what was wrong. He served a stint in Viet Nam and had the courage to volunteer to go back and serve a second term in SE Asia, that being in Thailand. I take my hat off to anyone with that kind of dedication. Will always miss you Steve as will all members of our family. Mike Hughes
Cindy, we were sorry to read of Steve’s passing. We pray for God to comfort your family.
Cindy, our deepest sympathies to you. We have many fond memories of Steve, numerous years that Tom work with him at the department, a great golfing buddy and one of the guys in the poker group. What a friend helping us when we moved to Florida! Hoping these treasured memories comfort you at this time.
Cindy, so sorry for your loss.
My deepest sympathies Cindy and family. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Cindy you have my deepest sympathy! So sorry to hear this! It was so nice to work with him! RIP Steve!🙏🥲
Our most sincere condolences to Cindy and Rebecca. cousin dave and cindy hartmann
Our deepest sympathies to Cindy and your family.
Cindy my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I enjoyed working with Steve so much he always made us laugh
Cindy and family I am so very very sorry. For your loss. I always enjoyed talking to Steve and was honored to work with both of you.
so sorry to hear knew Steve for years enjoyed playing ball against him for years
Our deepest sympathies to you Cindy. I'm sure he's up in heaven playing poker with his former card mates.
Cindy and family, I’m sorry for your loss, my deepest sympathy. I too enjoyed working with Steve. I remember when I started at the department my office was across the hall from his. One day shortly after I started he heard me say “ oh, shoot”. He came in my office with his gun drawn and asked what I wanted him to shoot! Don’t think I ever said that again. RIP. Steve.
Cindy you have my sympathy. I enjoyed working with Steve. We also played a lot of hardball in our youngers. Rest in peace.
Cindy, Sandi and I send our deepest condolences to you and your family. I enjoyed working with Steve for many years. Who could forget all the good times we had at Lambeau Field, along with Gary TenHaken. So many great memories. God bless you and your family.
Cindy and family, my deepest condolences on Steve's passing. He was a pleasure to work with.