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Steven Paul Plusquellic
February 19, 1956 ~ September 6, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Steven Paul Plusquellic, 67, of Upper Burrell, passed away peacefully on September 6, 2023. Steven was born on February 19, 1956, to Robert Plusquellic and Dorothy Plusquellic. He is survived by his mother, Dorothy, his brothers Wayne, James, David Plusquellic, sister Diane Berkebile, his children Steve and Joseph Plusquellic, grandchildren Mackenzie and Darren Plusquellic, and ex-spouse Marsha Plusquellic. Steven was preceded in death by his father, Robert.
Steven was an extremely charismatic individual with no filter who lived every day to the fullest. He had a larger-than-life personality and was often the loudest person in the room. His unmistakable laugh was contagious and brought joy to those around him.
In his professional life, Steven was a dedicated member of the BAC Local 9 for over 25 years, working for various masonry companies. He also started his own masonry company in Virginia, specializing in Flemish Bond Brickwork for elaborate custom homes. Later in life, Steven discovered his true passion for designing and building custom outdoor kitchens using natural stone for every aspect of the project.
Outside of work, Steven had a number of hobbies that brought him joy. He was an avid motorcyclist, enjoying the freedom of the open road while listening to his favorite rock tunes. He also loved shooting sporting clays and spending time out on the water boating.
A private celebration of life will be held at later date for close friends and family to honor his memory.
Steven Plusquellic was a beloved son, brother, father, grandfather, and friend. He will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.