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Shank Family


Start: Feb 5, 2019 - End: Feb 4, 2020

Shank Family

On February 4th, 2019 Steven Michael Shank was peacefully welcomed to heaven. He was surrounded by love, prayer and stories of his amazing life. He is survived by his wife Caren, his daughter Ani (9) and son Elliott (6).


Arrangements have been made in Rochester, MN to celebrate Steve’s life. Services are family friendly, come with your loved ones.

If possible, we are asking you to bring your favorite photo of you and Steve. We will be making a scrap/guest book for Ani and Elliott with all your memories and photos.

❤️Sunday, February 10th 
Evening Visitation from 5pm to 8pm

4:30-5 will be a special time for those that are immunocompromised

Macken Funeral Home – River Park Chapel 1105 12th St SE, Rochester, MN 55904

❤️Monday, February 11th
Memorial Service is at 12pm visitation at 11am

Holy Spirit Catholic Church
5455 50th Ave NW, Rochester, MN 55901

More information and obit to follow.

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Shank Family Discussion:


Jane Marie Wold says:

Caren, Ani & Elliott,
My deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers, to all of you. No words, will console you, as you have lost a most dearest person in your lives. No words, will know the pain & sorrow you feel, or your sadness. These feelings are real. They will engulf you, as you slowly work thru these first days, time that will seem surreal.
I send prayers, and comforting wishes, that you are surrounded by the love, support and care of MANY people.
I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Steve, and our years together at Hy-Vee. I have many good memories.

Larry Lefferts says:

My heart is broken further after Steve’s passing! My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

Anish Goel says:

I met Steve for the first time when we were all little bitty kids in first grade at Lemme. Despite his medical issues and difficulties, he was always fun to be around, a kind and thoughtful person, and overall a great friend. I admired how he overcame his limitations so that he could be a normal kid and later a success in life and business. Even though I saw him rarely since high school, my respect for him never diminished. I will miss him and regret not having gotten to see him before he passed.

Kendra Brockmann says:


My deepest sympathy for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family in this time of need.

Kendra (Bosten) Brockmann

Josh Holland says:

I just heard yesterday that Steve passed. I ran into him a few years ago and didn’t know he was dealing with the transplant. He was not one to bring something like that up. I hope that he was able to look back on a good run, even though it was way too short. I’m glad that I got to play some football with him a couple of decades ago. RIP70

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