OBITUARY

Steven Pieczora

9 September, 19498 October, 2021

It is with deepest sorrow that we announce the death of Steven Pieczora on October 8th, dearest husband of Lillian and father of Stefan.

Predeceased by his parents Stefan and Ludomira Pieczora, daughter-in-law Catherine Carey, and brother and sister-in-law John and Gail Derus. Born in Buenos Aires, Steve and his family emigrated from Argentina to Toronto. Growing up he was active in the Polish Scouting organization. It was at summer camp where he met his future wife, Lillian. After their marriage in 1971 he decided to enter teaching. He taught at St. Joseph’s Elementary, and then St. Jean de Brebeuf and Cardinal Newman highschools until his retirement. He is survived by his brother Christopher, his nieces Michelle (Evan), Katherine (Michael), nephews Christopher and Adam, and their respective families. Fondly remembered by cousin Elizabeth. Cremation has taken place.

Fond memories may be shared at www.markeydermody.com for the Pieczora family. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Peter’s Hospital or to a charity of your choice.

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Sandi Mlekuz

23 October 2021

My deepest condolences to you Lillian and Stefan.
I have nothing but the fondest of memories working with Steve at Brebeuf for several years. He was a consummate gentleman, highly regarded professional and a friend who would lend a hand at a moment’s notice. Staff and students alike respected him.
He extended his help to me personally on many occasions and recall that nothing was ever too much of an ask.
I recall that whenever he spoke of you Lillian and Stefan, his eyes lite up and he broke into a smile.
I know you will miss him but I also know that you carry his kind spirit in your hearts!
Kindest regards
Sandi Mlekuz

Claudio Guidotto

23 October 2021

It is with great sadness that I read about the passing of Steve He was a good friend, and generous mentor during our years at CN

HENRIETTA WASIK

23 October 2021

My sincerest condolences to the family. When Steve and I were colleagues at St. Jean de Brebeuf, he raised my awareness of many things historical, particularly those relating to Poland. He was well read, well informed so conversations with him were always enlightening. I will always be grateful for the insights he shared and the way in which he reenkindled in me the richness of my Polish heritage. Gone far too soon.

Phyllis Missett

23 October 2021

My deepest condolences to the family. I have fond memories of Steve as my biology teacher in the 1970s at St. Jean de Brebeuf. Later I had the pleasure of working with him for a short while at Cardinal Newman. Eternal rest grant on to him O Lord.

Dennis D'Alessandro

23 October 2021

At St. Joseph's Elementary School, Steve became my best and most loyal friend. He was a man of prodigious strength, highly intelligent, unselfish and dependable. Steve helped us move into our new home.
He will always remain in our thoughts and prayers.
Our sincere condolences to his wife Lillian, son Stefan and the entire Pieczora family.
A mass will be offered for Steven at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Grimsby.

Ewa Lipinski

22 October 2021

Many memories of long swims, hikes at the cottage, good times at family gatherings. Very sad to hear of his passing.

Theresa Dalgarno

16 October 2021

Steve had a great sense of humour he always had a smile. On my wedding, he and Lil cleaned our car, after my husband's family trashed it. We talked about that often. We shared a lot of years together, from youth and scouting till his death. I will miss his wit and the way he called my name. Rest in peace my friend.

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