In memory of

Steven Gerard Quenneville

May 14, 1974 -  November 17, 2020

Peacefully passed away on Tuesday November 17, 2020 at Credit Valley Hospital at the age of 46, after a courageous battle with ALS.
Steve will be lovingly remembered and Cherished by his wife Kimberly and their 2 boys Jesse, and Tyler.
He will be forever in the hearts of his parents Gerard and Andrea, his brother Glen (Vanessa), and brother in law Robert Lajoie.
Steven will be dearly missed by his many relatives and friends who became family to him.
A memorial Gathering will take place to celebrate Stevens Life when Covid is no longer a threat.


(5 of 36)

Dan & Sue Garneau (Obatanga)

Entered November 21, 2020 from Windsor

Kim, Jesse and Tyler, our deepest condolences on the loss of your husband and father Steve. We know that it has been a long road for Steve but it has come to and end for him and we hope that you can take comfort in knowing that he is at peace and is in the loving arms of our Lord and is no longer suffering.
God bless all of you!
Dan and Sue Garneau

Ric McMillan (Friend)

Entered November 24, 2020 from Milton

RIP Steve
We will all miss you

Tammy (Friend)

Entered November 24, 2020

Steve and I went to grade school and then seen each other in high school. We have had many years do so much stuff together. And we both had young kids that got to spend a lot of time. Steve u are missed dearly U have been taken from your family so young. U are gone but NEVER forgotten. I will miss u and think of u forever ❤️❤️

Patty OHearn (Friend)

Entered November 24, 2020

Sorry for your loss. It was great hanging out with the family while the kids were bowling. Really miss those days. Sorry that his illness progressed so fast and you didn't have more time/life with Steve that you should have had.

Christina Gatt (Friend.)

Entered November 24, 2020 from Rexdale Ontario

May you RIP Steven. You will surely be miss by you friends and family. I know you will be looking over your beautiful wife and your 2 handsome sons. You will never be forgotten. 🙏🙏


(5 of 54)