Steven T. Cymbalski – Class of 1972

STEVEN T. CYMBALSKI, Class of 1972

Steven T. Cymbalski, 51, of Fort Myers died due to an accident May 4, 2006, he was a son of the late Julian S. Cymbalski and L. Jeanne Cymbalski of Fort Myers. Steven attended the University of Florida, Gainesville and graduated from University of West Florida receiving his bachelor’s degree in psychology, he moved to the local area in 1998 from Texas. Steve worked at many of the local hospitals in the mental health field, he devoted his life to helping people and leaves a legacy of caring for people, he enjoyed volunteering and he was a devout golfer.

Steven is survived by his mother Jeanne Cymbalski of Fort Myers his nephew Michael Cymbalski of Naples, many aunts, uncles, cousins and loving friends. He was predeceased by his father Julian S. Cymbalski in 2001, his brothers Kenneth in 1969, Michael in 1997 and a niece Jeanne in 1989.

A memorial funeral service celebrating his life [was] conducted in the Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Tuesday May 9th.

In his memory memorial contributions may be made to the Mental Health Association of Lee or Collier Counties.

[Info obtained from of Southwest Florida]

2 thoughts on “Steven T. Cymbalski – Class of 1972

  1. I hadn’t seen Steve since we were at Peary together, but I have always had fond memories of him from elementary school and junior high. He was a really nice guy and that’s high praise. I remember how sad it was when his brother died in Vietnam and I’ve always made a point of looking for his brother’s name when I’m at the Vietnam Memorial. I’ll think of both of them when I go there now. RIP Steve.

  2. Hello Deborah,
    I too was sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. I was a classmate of Steve’s brother Kenny. Thank you for your kindness to visit his name at the Vietnam Memorial, where I visit he and Bob Abernathy when the opportunity presents. I saw their names most recently on the Traveling Wall when it stopped in Inverness, FL in April of this year. Outside of my family, my years at Peary have had a more lasting effect on my life than any other experience. Whenever they enter my mind, I pause, I remember. and I feel the love we shared at Peary High.
    Best wishes,
    Guy Goodwin ’65

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