Steven (Steve) Robert Zoromsky, age 67, of Austin, TX died on July 2nd 2016, Steve passed away at St David's Hospital in Austin, TX. Steve was born in Burlington, WI on May 14th 1949. He was the first of three sons of Marie (Menheer) and Bruno Zoromsky. Steve went to Haines City Senior High School where he excelled in both academics and athletics. He went on to play basketball on scholarship at the University of West Georgia. While at West Georgia, he was drafted to the US Army where he served in Vietnam and received a Bronze Star for Meritorious Achievement in Ground Operations Against Hostile Forces. Steve worked hard and overcame much adversity going on to receive a Bachelor of Science in Robotics from ITT Tech and then on to receive an MBA from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI. Steve found the "redhead with freckles" he had been looking for and married Linda (Wheatley) Zoromsky at Sacred Heart in Watson Township on September 25th 1982. Steve and Linda have two children, Drew and Ann. Steve worked for Consumers Energy in Grand Rapids, MI for ten years before moving to the Lower Colorado River Authority in Austin, TX in 1996. He retired from the LCRA in 2012 as a Sr. Regulatory Analyst. Steve was on the Board of the UTC, and also enjoyed the challenge of day trading. He was known by all as an avid golfer and spent much of his free time at the Onion Creek Country Club in Austin, TX. His priority above all else was to provide a good life for his family. He was an incredibly intelligent and driven man who worked hard to provide. Steve could be very generous, engaging, funny and protective of those he loved. Steve was survived by his wife Linda Zoromsky, children Drew Zoromsky and Ann (Toby) Moenke as well as his brother Howard (Rose) Zoromsky. Steve is also survived by four nieces: Jaymie, Virginia, Mary and Sara. Steve was preceded in death by his brother Jerry Zoromsky and his parents Marie and Bruno Zoromsky. A memorial service will be held on August 6th at 10am at the Sacred Heart Church (2036 20th St Allegan, MI 49010). There will also be a Celebration of Life on July 19th from 4pm to 7pm at the personal residence of 1608 Elmhurst Dr Austin, TX. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The First Tee of Greater Austin at firstteeaustin.org or mailed to The First Tee of Greater Austin at 5501 Ed Bluestein Blvd Austin, TX 78723.