Steven James Slager
April 8, 1969 - June 21, 2018
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Steven James Slager, age 49, of Lake Villa, passed away at his home on June 21, 2018. He was born to Ronald H. and Desiree A. (Bugyie) Slager on April 8, 1969 in Camp Lejeune, NC. In his early years, Steven attained the rank of Eagle Scout in Troop #179 of Fox Lake and attended…

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William Hoffman left a message on July 5, 2018:
We send our condolences to the family. I will always remember the Canada fishing trips we had. We would run into each other now and again at different places and talk of those trips and the fun we had. Those memories will be with me for ever. You will be missed but for ever be in our hearts!!!! Bill H
Amanda left a message on June 29, 2018:
I use to work with Steve, we were pretty sure we were related as my mothers maiden name is Slager. We never were able to figure out the connection but called each other cousin just the same. I'm so sorry for your loss. Steve was a great man. -Amanda McGovern-
Brian Harbison left a message on June 28, 2018:
Cheryl - My deepest condolences to you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
AbbVie Friends left a message on June 25, 2018:
Cheryl -- our deepest condolences on behalf of your friends at AbbVie Regulatory Affairs. We are truly sorry for your loss, and send you a big virtual hug during this difficult time.
Admin left a message on June 25, 2018:
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Tina Williams left a message on June 25, 2018:
Steve - You were such a fabulous person and will be missed so very much! It was a pleasure working with you while at DMI. You always had something witty to say and always had a smile on your face! I wish I would have had the chance to say, see ya later one last time. You were truly one of a kind. Until we meet again, keep on smiling. Tina Williams
Christine Toppert left a message on June 25, 2018:
Steve you will be missed so much. We had a lot laughs working together all these years. You made coming to work every day enjoyable and your sense of humor was like no other! I will always think of you when I use your famous phrases such as, Listening is a skill, Reading is skill and Thanks for doing your job. I will Never forget that night we were working late, one of many, and making binders. You walked them down said, "Here is my homework assignment.", to one of our SVP. Only you could say something like that and get the laughs. You were one of the best Managers I have ever had your quick wit and humor got me through many long days in the office. You were always fair, willing to listen even to personal issues. You will be miss so very much. Christine Supervisor Client Audit Support.
Nancy Glasser left a message on June 25, 2018:
Steve, you were a good person whom many people loved and respected --thanks for being you. I will miss our talks by the coffee maker. My prayers are with your loved ones at this time as they mourn your passing. You were taken too soon. I wish I had had the opportunity to say goodbye. Nancy Glasser
Antoinette Dolecki left a message on June 25, 2018:
Steve, You were a great boss to work for and I will never forget the way you hired me or should I say rescued me from my previous department. It was great to work for you and I never had the chance to really show my appreciation for all the help you gave me. You left us all too soon and your great smile and seeing you eating your bowl of cheerios will be missed. Toni Dolecki, DMI - Client Audit Coordinator
Agne Jocys left a message on June 25, 2018:
Steve, you will be greatly missed! your smile and your good sense of humor always brought a sunshine in this place. You were and will be the best boss I have ever had! kind, understanding and always will never be the same without you. Agne
Juan lopez left a message on June 24, 2018:
Hey steave you where like a uncle to us boys growing up man.. you where always so kind I can still remember you passing the ball back to us every time it went in your yard or the time we were playing baseball and hit the side of your house so dam hard we though ok this is the time he’s going to be pissed.. but nope you just said laughting at us to be easy on the house because it can’t hit back and just like always threw the ball back and we kept terrorizing the neighborhood... your summer tail gate football Sunday’s will be missed.. I always new football season Sunday’s you can always count on good food laughter jokes and every dam game that was going on you had playing.. thank you for the wonderful memories for being you and for being in our life’s may you Rest In Peace and one day we will all meet again R I P steave Love Juan Lopez
Robbin Miculinich left a message on June 24, 2018:
Hey Boss, I wish I could have said Good Bye. I would have told you how much fun it has been to work for you, and, doing my job. :) Thanks for always jumping in when I needed it, without question, to Save the Day. It won't be the same without you, seeing your smiley face. I'm glad I knew your humor and how funny you really were. You always made me laugh.. I would tell you, that you were one of the Good Ones and I was fortunate to have known you. I will miss you and I won't forget you. I have 5 plus years of memories to make me laugh until I cry. I think you left us way too soon. I really wish I could have said Good Bye. Robbin Miculinich, DMI, Sr. AC
Carol Dawson left a message on June 24, 2018:
Des and Ron, We have just read about the loss of Steven. Please believe our hearts are heavy knowing you are in such pain now. I have so many memories of him as a child. All with him running and playing., camping and swimming. I hope one day you can find comfort in your memories. For now, our prayers are with you. Carol and Bob
Carol Dawson left a message on June 24, 2018:
In memory of Steven James Slager, Carol Dawson lit a candle
Justen Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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