Kevin Joseph Stellmach, 62, passed away peacefully on January 11th, 2022 in Gilbert, Arizona. He was born to Marvin and Eileen Stellmach in 1959 in the Chicago area. One of seven children, he was preceded in death by Eileen Stellmach, Marvin Stellmach, Gary Stellmach and Michael Rynertson.
Kevin proudly worked in the electrical contracting field for his entire career, starting as an electrician for Stellmach Electric Inc., which was founded by his father, and ultimately managing the company side-by-side with several of his siblings.
He enjoyed spending time with his large family, many friends, and his dogs. He also enjoyed photography, his love of woodworking, and playing guitar and harmonica.
Extremely talented and knowledgeable, Kevin would put aside anything he was doing to help anyone who needed to tap his knowledge and skills and always with a smile on his face (and usually some good-natured ribbing too)! His good spirit, sense of humor, words of wisdom, and love was felt by all and will be missed but never forgotten.
Left to carry on his traditions are his wife, Paula Stellmach and his four children, Sara Casamento (Steven), Rachel Stellmach, Taylor Baldyga (Tom), and Madison Stellmach. His legacy will continue through his six grandchildren, Carter and Kensie Casamento, Logan and Liam Richards, and Aubrey and Colton Baldyga.
A Catholic mass will be held at St. Mary Magdalene church, 2654 E. Williamsfield Rd., Gilbert, Arizona at 11:00 am on Thursday, January 27th. Interment at Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 E. Queen Creek Rd. in Gilbert, AZ.
There will be a celebration of life held in Illinois in the spring.
You know my heart and soul will be with you at the Mass on Thursday.
Thoughts and prayers to the family of Kevin. I was lucky enough to have met Kevin a few times, and found him to be warm and genuine. May he Rest In Peace.
Nicolle Lee @ Salon Neapolitan
Eric, Jake, Liam and I are so very sorry for your loss. We will continue to pray for your family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this sad time. Rest in peace, dear nephew.
I am so deeply sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful man. May all the wonderful memories you had with him keep your heart light and bring a smile to your face at this difficult time. Please know my heart is with you.