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Obituary- Steven Marc Leiberman

A celebration of life memorial service took place Saturday, Sept. 15 for Steven Marc Leiberman, who died Aug. 22, 2001, at his Stateline, Nev., home, surrounded by family and friends. He was stricken with Lou Gerhrig’s disease 2 1/2 years ago. He was 47.

Mr. Leiberman was born March 2, 1954, in New Jersey and was a graduate of the University of Bridge Port, Conn. He had lived in New York and Los Angeles and was a ski bum in Aspen, Colo., before moving to Stateline eight years ago. He worked part time for Heavenly Ski Resort as a ski instructor and was the former owner of Killer Chicken. He will be remembered for serving the hottest chicken on the lake. Skiing was his passion and he loved mountain biking, hiking and celebrating life with good food and friends.

Survivors include his mother, Joan; brother, Jon; sister, Cathy; and a number of people at South Lake Tahoe who formed a group called Share the Care. By working together Share the Care members were able to provide the care Mr. Leiberman needed to live out his life at his home.


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