8/14/2020 – Stephen D. Hetzler, Chaumont

Mr. Stephen D. Hetzler, 77, Chaumont, passed away Wednesday, August 12th, at the Hospice of Jefferson County.

Calling hours will be Monday, August 17th, from 3-5pm at the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton. Burial will be held in South Carolina.

Stephen was born March 27th, 1943, in Rochester, N.Y., the son Herman and Rosamond Kuhn Hetzler. He graduated from Rochester schools.

He entered the United States Army of August 1963 and was Honorably Discharged in August of 1966.

In February of 1965, he married the former Eileen Swartz.

Stephen worked as a Dispatcher, running an assembly line, at Lockheed Martin, in Planfield, N.J., retiring in 1986.

He enjoyed fixing all kinds of things, including electronics and mechanical devices.

Surviving besides his wife Eileen, are two sons and their wives, Michael (Christina) of Utica, Michigan, and Christopher (Theresa) of Summerville, South Carolina; two granddaughters; 6 brothers and sisters, all from Rochester; nieces and nephews.

Condolences

  1. Marsha Barton Posted:

    So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. Kathleen Hetzler Posted:

    Sincere sympathies from the family of Steve’s brother, George Hetzler (Sarasota, FL). Steve and Eileen lived across the street from us on East Lake Road in Livonia for several years “way back when” Rosamond Kuhn Hetzler resided next door.
    Kathleen Hetzler Riordan (brothers Mark, Kevin, Greg, David)

  3. Rita (Hetzler) Waleigh Posted:

    So sorry for your loss. Please accept our sincerest sympathies. Dave and Rita (Hetzler) Wadleigh

  4. Cheryl and I, used to stop by to say hi, before we would arrive at our cottageā€¦ Which I miss personally…I will certainly miss uncle Steve, And still miss you aunt Eileen ..and of course Chris and Mike… my deepest heartfelt sorrow goes to you and your

    Our continuing thoughts and love to you all, Luke and Cheryl Hoysic

  5. Julie Hughes Posted:

    Eileen, I was so sorry to hear about Stephens passing. I greatly enjoyed his stories both when I served you at Carriage House and later as I showed you houses. Always remember him with a smile.

  6. Judith Hadley Posted:

    Judy Hadley
    Eileen, I was so sorry when I heard about Steve passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am Judy, your waitress at Jack’s Diner. Please take care!

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