Steve Basara Obituary, Death – On Tuesday, December 29, 2015, Basara, who had spent her whole life in the Lena community of Illinois and had attained the age of 90 at the time of her passing, passed away.It was on September 17, 1925 in the city of Chicago, which is located in the state of Illinois, in the United States of America. He was born there. His father’s name was Jakob, and his mother’s name was Antoinette. During World War 2, which lasted from 1939 through 1945, Eugene served his country with honor in the Third Army Unit.
This conflict took place between those years. Polka music was another one of his many loves, along with the building of rock gardens, bird houses, and cartoon characters out of wood. Polka music was very popular in the 1930s and 1940s. Eugene is survived by his wife, Phyllis M. Basara of Lena; his son, Curt Basara (Christine), also of Lena; his grandchildren, Paul (Laura) Basara of California, Gloria Basara of Lena, Kim Basara of Illinois, Peter Basara of Lacrosse, Wisconsin, and Zackery (Amber) Basara of Lena; step-children, Susan Wilson of Carpentersville, Illinois, Steven (Donna) Creek of Eagle Rock, Missouri
His first wife Caroline, his parents, his brother Stanlie, and his sisters Stella, Leona, Margie, Janette, and Gusty all went away before he did. His parents had been married to Caroline for many years. Additionally, Caroline was his first wife. His first wife, also named Caroline, has since died away. They were married for a short time. All of the funeral rites that were necessary prior to the cremation have been performed.