Services remembering the young lives lost in a town of Saukville car crash earlier this week are all taking place this weekend.
Stephen Miller, of Port Washington, along with Jayme Ceplina, of West Bend, and Nicholas Snow, of Germantown, all passed away after a single-vehicle crash near the intersection of Hawthorne Road and County Highway I in the town of Saukville late Monday night. Ceplina and Miller were prounounced dead at the scene. The driver, Snow, died as a result of his injuries the day after the crash.
Services for Snow, 25, are being held at Schmidt & Bartelt Menomonee Falls, N84W17937 Menomonee Ave., from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, with the service starting at 7 p.m., according to his obituary on Schmidt & Bartlet's website.
"Nicholas was the beloved son of Robert and Lori, and was cherished by his sister Andrea," Snow's obituary said. "He is survived by his 2-year-old daughter Lilly, who was the love of his life. Nick's entire family, Lilly’s mom, Emily and many family friends were with him when he passed away.
"Nick had just received his Associate Degree and was looking forward to continuing his effort to become an optometrist. He supported and continued this endeavor, after passing, through the organ donation program.
Services for Miller, 23, are also being held on Friday, with visitation from 4 to 7 p.m. and a service at 7 p.m. at in Port Washington.
"Steve currently was a Sales Associate at Dick's Sporting Goods in Grafton, and had previously worked at Columbia St. Mary's — Ozaukee Campus, as well as Best Buy and PetSmart, both in Grafton," his obituary said. "He was a sports fanatic who loved going to sporting events, playing golf and disc golf, hunting and fishing, and spending time with family and friends. In Steve's memory, the family asks that you please wear your favorite sports apparel (except for anything Bears!)"
A funeral service for Ceplina, 21, is being held at Phillip Funeral Home Chapel, 1420 W. Paradise Drive, West Bend, at 4 p.m. Sunday.
"She graduated from West Bend East Class of 2009, then entered and served in the United States Marines," her obituary said. "She was currently employed at Dick’s Sporting Goods in Grafton. She was a beautiful artist, violinist, and tennis player. She loved her dog, Rocky."