BLASCO, Stephen J. Age 83. Beloved husband of Nancy (nee Williams). Dear father of Mark (Debbie), Gregory (Capri), Carleen Olejarczyk (James), and Shelley Armstrong (Kevin). Beloved grandfather of 12. Great grandpa of 13. Dear brother of Fred and Dennis and the following deceased; Eleanor Pignitello, David, Philip and Suzie. U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War. Funeral service Tues. Nov. 22 at 11am at Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (between Ridge and Snow). Visitation Monday 2-4 and 6-8.
Messages of Condolence
I am so sorry for the lose of your husband and father.
I worked with Steve for many years at Donn & USG, and he taught me alot. He was one of the nicest person I worked with.
Rest in Peace Steve, God Bless
Dear family of Stephen Blasco,
I am so sorry for your loss. I have also lost loved ones to death. Death is an enemy and I long for the day when death will be no more (1 Corinthians 15:26). God gives us hope that one day we will be reunited with loved ones lost to death (Acts 24:15). The bible also tells us how death will be brought to nothing or forever end.
Many look forward to reuniting with lost loved ones in heaven, but Isaiah 65:17 tell us, “God is creating a new heaven and a new earth”. If a new earth is being created, who will live there? Psalms 37:11 tells us that meek ones will possess the earth. Would it not be nice to live forever under Paradisaic conditions without sickness, crime, growing old and death?
I hope that you will take time to explore your bible. You will even find that God has a name, it is Jehovah (Psalms 83:18). He is the one whom has promised these conditions and he does not lie (Hebrew 6:18).
Please find time to read your bible for true comfort, and visit your local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Dear Family of Stephen Blasco,
Nancy, Mark, Gregory, Caleen & Shelly. I send my condolence to you all. I know about loss of a loved one. I lost my dad your dear friend John E Boyle in April. He was 91 years old. I miss him dearly. I know if my dad was here he would give his condolences too.
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