Steven Andresh

Steven Andresh

April 04, 1966 ‐ January 08, 2022
Steven Andresh
Birthplace: Berea, Ohio Resided In: Bay Village, Ohio Service: January 29, 2022

Steven Andresh, age 55, died on Saturday, January 8, 2022. He was preceded in death by his father Henry Andresh and is survived by his mother Joan Andresh, brother Michael, sister Coletta, brother in-law Jeffrey Barlock and countless close friends.
He was a lifelong resident of Bay Village. He worked at the Kappus Company for many years and was a devoted care giver to his mother. Steve had many interests, Archery, Guitar, Photography, a love of the outdoors and so many more.
We will remember Steve as a gift to all of us. His life will be defined by his kindness, curiosity and determination and his legacy will be carried forward by those who loved him. He was a loving, compassionate person who often put the needs of others before his own. He will be forever missed.
A Mass of Christian Burial will take place at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday January 29th at St. Raphael Church, 525 Dover Center Road, Bay Village, Ohio.

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Guest Comments

Bob Strauss
Cleveland Ohio

Steve you where also an upbeat guy - always smiling . You enjoyed shooting and music and so much more !!!! Gone too soon

Liz Coombe
Mason, OH

Wish I could have been there.
RIP Stevie and nay all who knew you it were touched by you always remember your smile.

Keith Graham
Broadview Heights, OH

So sorry to hear. May the whole Andresh family find peace in this sorrowful time.

Larry Kolibar

So sorry to learn of Steve’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the Andresh family during this difficult time. Steve will be greatly missed by all. I am lucky to have known him.

Betty Zee
Lutherville, MD

Stevie - I will miss your kindness and the joy you have in your heart. Rest In Peace, my friend.

Paul Mathis

I had the privilege to work become friends with Steve & his family, I can still see his smile no matter the challenges he faced, he was always ready to help anyone. We all will miss our friend.

Robert Siskovic and Family

Always had a good time working with Steve. It has been a while since I've seen him. Steve was one of the good guys that would bend over backwards to help you out. I'm glad to have known you.

Julie Ann Robinson
Pasadena, CA are the wonder of wonders. I'm glad I had the opportunity to go truppsing though the wooded forest at Don Casteel's place for State and Nat'l Field Archery Championships with you and all the wonderful Ohio Archers. Jam on up is heaven little brother ;) .

Rick Gorski

Never forget ya, bud. When I came to St Raphael's mid year, you, Kenny, Benny, and other's made the transfer bearable for a 13 year old. Hiking with Mr Thibo, gun shows, AutoRama, and many other good times. Remember listening to Pink Floyd, the Wall in religion class!! I then had the pleasure of working with you, your dad and mom, at Kappus Company. What a great 2 years. Thank goodness for remaining in contact, sure great great to see and hear about your exploits!! You left your mark on the world, Steve, bullseye!!

Amy Taschler Snyder
Rockville, Maryland

Steve your love of life and great humor is sorely missed. I heard you were quite the archer and kept learning and growing as a musician. Knowing you did that while caring for your mother, and in light of physical adversity, shows what a strong person you were and role model for me and others. I miss you friend.

Joe Antal
Berea, Ohio

Steve was a great guy, I always enjoyed talking with him at archery. I can remember walking down range with him in the park to pull arrows.....he will be missed but he will always be there with us.

Jim Coombe
Mason, Ohio

Steve will be missed by all of us archers in Ohio and the Midwest. He was always a friendly presence at the many tournaments we both attended. He always was in a good mood, no matter how well his tournament went

Julie Kitchell

Stevie was one of a kind. The life of every get together and the guy everyone gravitated to. He was such an amazing, caring person that everyone needs in their lives. They way he took care of his mom and family and friends will never be forgotten. I have no doubt that so many people will be telling Stevie stories for years to come. I miss you my friend.

Douglas Pritchett
Lorain Ohio

Steve was a ball of happiness. You could not be around him and not love life. He loved life his way. Not many can say that. I will always miss you my friend.