Stephen E. Sunde
August 10, 1949 – March 12, 2018
Sunde, Stephen Earl – Age 68, of Burton, died Monday March 12, 2018. Mr. Sunde was born on August 10th, 1949 in Corunna, Michigan the son of Harold and Shirley (Koan) Sunde. He was a member of the Moose Lodge, Fraternal Order of Eagles, former member of Burton Fire Department and the Shiawassee Dog and Gun Club and loved camping, hunting, fishing, watching sci-fi on television, hanging out with his friends at Bryan’s Restaurant and doing whatever he could to help the people he knew. Stephen “Steve” retired from Buick Motor Co. and then worked for various security companies. On July 11, 1981 Stephen married Mary Frances Murray (Sunde) who preceded him to heaven on June 18, 2010. Surviving Stephen are son Kevin Murray and his wife Kerri, daughter Stephanie Semrau; grandchildren Jeremy and wife Samantha Murray, Mitchell Conely, Melanie Conely, Cody Semrau, Tyler Semrau and great grandson Maverick Murray. Mr. Sunde was preceded in death by his sisters and parents Harold and Shirley Sunde. Friends may visit the family from 4 to 8pm Thursday March 15, 2018 at Brown Funeral home on Hill Road in Grand Blanc. The funeral service will be at 11am Friday, March 16, 2018 at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Flint Memorial Park.
- Visitation Thursday, March 15, 2018
- Visitaion Friday, March 16, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, March 16, 2018
Stephen E. Sunde
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March 13, 2018
Steve was such a great man, he went to any length to see a smile on my face and the faces of my co-workers at Brian's. He faithfully came in every night at 5pm for dinner for at least 6 years. He was a cat lover, he loved his family very much and was a big fan of banana cream pie :) He was always there to listen to my problems and give me advice and guidance, there to share his wisdom. He brought us candy at least 3 times a week just to make us smile. He bought the whole staff Christmas presents. And every birthday we had he was sure to buy a card. He was more than just a regular customer, he was family. Things won't be the same without him sitting there in the corner goofing around with the other regulars and giving us girls a hard time. I will miss him greatly, he will never be forgotten.