STEPHEN JEVCAK

(January 31, 1953-October 19, 2022)

 

Stephen Jevcak passed away after a brief illness on Wednesday, October 19th surrounded by his family.

He will be sorely missed by his siblings; Lind de Vries, Tom Jevcak (Rosemary), Sandra Jevcak, and Ed Jevcak (Helen), as well as his nephew and nieces; Kurt de Vries (Cleo), Quinn de Vries (Jeff), Leah de Vries (Dustin) and Jordy Jevcak-Hall. Predeceased by his father and mother; Stefan Jevcak and Anna Jevcak (nee Sincak).

Steve is best known for his kindness and altruism. He would go out of his way to help anyone in any way he could. He was a farmer, truck driver, musician, mechanic, animal lover, heavy machinery operator, party host (The Webber Road Parties) and, most importantly, a great friend. Steve had a way of inciting the extremes in both himself and others–it was always full tilt, pedal to the metal. Whether you loved him or hated him, he made you feel something. He was a very special person, truly one of a kind. Many people will remember him bar-hopping with his best friend, Butler (pictured above).

In his final years, Steve mostly kept to himself, but found comfort in a new close friend – Sadie. They found one another when they needed each other most. Sadie will miss all their truck rides together.

Steve’s family would like to thank Mike, Ron, Bruno, his nurse Lisa, and the care teams at the Juravinski Innovation Tower (St. Joseph’s) for their kindness and care. Any donations to the Niagara SPCA in Steve’s name would be greatly appreciated. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Lampman Funeral Home. www.lampmanfuneralhome.com

“Maybe somewhere down the road a ways

You’ll think of me, and wonder where I am these days

Maybe somewhere down the road when someone plays

Purple Haze”

“End of the Line” by the Traveling Wilburys

8 thoughts on “STEPHEN JEVCAK

  • Steve always enjoyed playing and joking with his nieces and nephew when they were children. Loved the many dogs he and friends had. The music room at the barn had many wild tunes with the 70s band. Some wild rides in the car were memorable. Something like the dukes of hazzard. He loved the farm life and operating different equipment. Enjoy your ride in eternity Steve. Hope you’re driving a great car.

  • We are so very sorry to hear this sad news. Our sincere condolences to the family, Lind, Tom, Sandra and Ed. May he rest in peace.

  • What a great guy thankful for the times I spent with Steve it was a hoot my first memory was downtown Fenwick late at nite big ruckus going on Steve in his old Commer van nose to nose with a Chevy van a pushing contest with another notorious Fenwick lad smoke from the outside and inside of the vans just too much.And yes the band barn the yearly x mass tree infernos and many more crazy adventures a character for sure one of a kind in all ways RIP Steve I can’t imagine what u are up to now.

  • Dear Lind and Family,
    Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your brother and uncle…..may all your memories give you comfort.

  • Lind and family – deepest sympathies on the loss of your brother and uncle. May your memories give you all comfort.

  • Steve will be greatly missed, it was always an interesting and entertaining time when we got together. Sandra, Tom and Ed, you guys are in my thoughts, with all the fun we had together over the years, sorry for your loss.

  • Sorry for the loss of your brother Steve Many memories have been made. Always loved his cutoffs.lol rest in peace my friend.

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