Steven Wuebbles Obituary, Death – On August 26, 2023, the life of Steven W. Wuebbles, who was 69 years old, was cut short at his home by an unforeseen event. Greene Township was his home for many years. Before he was born on November 9, 1953 in Breese, Illinois, he was predeceased by both of his parents, Cletus G. Wuebbles and Margie Coohon Wuebbles. He was named after his late father. Before he took his retirement from the Army, he had already served his country with distinction in both the Vietnam War and the Gulf War.
In the past, he has held jobs at the Outstanding Seed Company in Beaver Falls and as a poll worker in Beaver. In addition, he has worked in Beaver as a part-time employee. He had a history of working for the US Can Company and was a part of the Teamsters Local M-24 union. In addition to that, he was an active member of the VFW Post #128 in Rochester. Steve kept hens as a hobby and was fondly known as the “egg man.”
Only his wife of 15 years, Paula Ann Regney Wuebbles, will remember him after he has passed away; she is the only person who will do so. In addition, he is survived by his daughter Amy Eaton, who resides in Tennessee; his son Christopher Borgelt, who resides in Colorado; his four grandchildren; his four stepsons Jason Winterrowd and his wife, Lisa, Koppel, Eric Winterrowd, and Justin Winterrowd, and his wife, Olivia, all of Hookstown; a special grandson,
Codey Winterrowd and his wife Julia, who reside in Hookstown; special great grandchildren Emma, Rory, and Nora Cremation At this time, the arrangements are being handled by WILLIAM MURPHY FUNERAL HOME, INC., which can be found in the city of Rochester at 349 Adams Street.
You are welcome to send contributions in his memory to the Wounded Warriors Project, which can be found at P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas, 6667.