Aycock at Tradition

12571 Tradition Parkway, Port St. Lucie, FL



September 5, 1956October 5, 2019

Steven WITUCKI was born on September 5, 1956 in Onaway, MI and passed away on October 5, 2019.


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craig harris

October 10, 2019

i met steve by chance because he wanted to see my photos as i was chasing boats and takin pictures he was one of the greatest for sure he gave me several works of art i got to visit him several times on a couple boats and got him away for some land time and it was always great fun sadly for every time i got to see him we probably missed two as it was always difficult to coordinate and i missed him completely his last couple seasons and ever since and forevermore it is a great loss for all but he is in a better place now. my absolute condolences to Michelle and the Girls and the rest

American Cancer-Fund

October 10, 2019

The staff of the American Cancer Fund at www.AmericanCancerFund.org is sorry to hear of Steven’s passing. We have received a memorial donation in his name and our sincere condolences go out to his family.

Marilyn Suriano

October 8, 2019

Steve was a talented man who could do just about anything with his creative mind and has left many beautiful scenes, etchings and pictures throughout the Treasure Coast. He was a friend and had done etchings for St. Bernadette Catholic Church and Treasure Coast Hospice for fund raisers! Steve, your talents, friendship and (Shellie’s) parties will be remembered and missed!

Kelly Gotha

October 8, 2019

Shelly, our family, especially our son, Brandon was blessed to have met Steve when on board a ship sailing with him for the Great Lakes Maritime Academy. Brandon expressed many times how he was such a great guy and willing to share his time to train Brandon. We are sorry for your loss, and if you are ever in Michigan, the door is always open, just as you have done for our family. God Bless, Kelly, Jim, Brandon & Austin Gotha

Debbi Slater

October 7, 2019

My deepest sympathies to Steve's family during this very difficult time. I have worked with Steve for many years assisting him with his work clearances. He was definitely one of the nicest people I've ever known. He not only painted me a gorgeous picture, he also etched wine glasses for my son's wedding. When talking with Steve, we'd talk about our families. He was very, very proud of his daughters. I am sure he'd want me to let you know this during your time of sorrow. It was important to him that you knew, that although his job kept him from you a great deal over the years, he loved you all very much. God bless!

Denise & Dan Miller

October 7, 2019

Shellie, Heather & Heidi our friends from Rogers City sailing days, we send our deep sympathy to you. We can’t say enough how talented and friendly Steve was. Prayers & God’s peace for the following days.

Ben Faltinowski

October 7, 2019

I only briefly communicated with Steve, when I purchased his painting “A Sailors Hymn”, one of his well known SS Edmund Fitzgerald paintings. He was very gracious and I could tell he was passionate about his craft. As a former MI resident and art fan, Great Lakes ships and legends behind them have always captivated me, but his ability as a painter made you feel like you were there in the setting. I offer my sincerest condolences and prayers his loved ones, family, and friends. And I’m grateful to have met him and see some of his great painting work daily. God bless.

Alger Arkwood

October 6, 2019

Steve was our neighbor all the while he was growing up, he was close to our family! He will be greatly missed!So sad to hear of his passing! R. I. P.

Jeffrey Gaudette

October 6, 2019

I went to Onaway High School with Steve and later worked with Steve in the Rogers City fleet. Steve was always happy and smiling. Steve's generosity, good nature, and sense of humor were endearing to all of us. Steve became a local, and later national celebrity with his nautical paintings and artwork. Steve was featured in the film: "November Requiem" detailing the loss of the crew due to the sinking of the S/S Carl D. Bradley. I'll always remember Steve and Shelly fondly for their friendship and generous hospitality. We extend our deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathies to Steve's family. His absence will be greatly missed by all of us.

Joe Beraducci

October 6, 2019

Steve a member of our council KofC 13047 was a warm and passionate person. I will always remember Steve for all the good work he has done. A truly blessed individual and he will be truly missed. Always remember him smiling as I greeted him at church.
Steve my friend and brother knight rest in peace.