Jon Eric Biersteker

December 22, 1960February 1, 2019

Jon Eric Biersteker, 58, passed away on Friday, February 1st, 2019. Jon was born in Green Bay, WS to the late Kenneth and Lois Biersteker. In the mid 1980s, Jon moved from Wisconsin to Virginia for a job in HVAC eventually leading to 25 year career at CBN. Jon was publicly awarded many times for his excellent work ethic by founder Pat Robertson. Jon was passionate about making God known to the lost and he joined an evangelistic group called “the God Squad” from Rock Church in Virginia Beach. This is where he met his wife Angela who is left to cherish his memory along with his children; Rachel and her husband Jackson Park, Katie Ann and her husband Matthew Foy, Stephen, Daniel; siblings, David, Diane Kniess, Mark, Joan Maynard, Joseph, Richard, Brenda Hand, Gerald, Stephen, Jeffery, Sharon Murphy, Diane and Joseph are both deceased. A service to celebrate his life will be held on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at 12:30 p.m. at New Life Church, 423 Shell Road, Chesapeake, VA. Repast to follow which will be potluck style.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation by clicking the link for the GoFundMe page provided.

-- Jackson Park Youth With A Mission P.O. Box 3000 Garden Valley, TX 75771


  • Paul McManus
  • Trent Spiroff
  • Steve Sheppard
  • Mike Haskell
  • Mike Perrenoud
  • Deshawn Means
  • Clint Lemaster


  • Visitation Tuesday, February 5, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Jon Eric Biersteker

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Michael Perrenoud

February 7, 2019

I miss Jon he was always there in a pinch. At work, 2pm or am he was there for me and the 10k different problems that could arise. I saw that he loved his family, put all his faith in our heavenly Father, seen as a superman at work leaving only excellence after all was done.
You now are waiting on us, healed and running full speed no limitations just love. Thank you for being here for us all my friend.

Joan Maynard

February 6, 2019

Jon was only one year older than me, we went through school together since he was held back in the first grade, so I guess it was like having a twin, even when we were older we shared an apartment, I guess now days they would say he was ADHD, but we just called him hyper, my Mom said he was a beeler just to get attention, you got to what you have to do when your the middle of 12, besides anoyeing me alot he was a great brother, even though we lived 2000 miles away we managed a few 2 hour phone calls a year and I think I will miss those the most, you will be greatly missed brother.

Ed Wilkinson

February 6, 2019

Jon was a man who loved God and his family dearly. He also possessed one of the strongest work ethics I have ever seen. Good enough was never good enough for him. He always went above and beyond anything he worked on.

Kaylea Spiroff

February 5, 2019

Jon watched me grow up from around age 8 to now, 17, and he always had a smile on his face when I came around. I was ALWAYS in his backyard playing in the mud with Kileigh...he never yelled at us to go away or to stop jumping over the fences...he would always say, "hey Suzie Q," and would just smile and let us play.