STEVE KILBURG, 51, of Maquoketa, passed away Thursday April 29th at Dawson Funeral Services
Steve Kilburg, 51 years old and from Maquoketa, passed away Thursday April 29th and funeral arrangements are currently pending with Dawson Funeral Services. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church Rosary Society, Catholic Daughters Court St Raphael 1156 and Church Choir.
Kilburg serves on both the Geneva school board and a citizens advisory panel at Fermilab. Additionally, he is president of Geneva Sports Boosters and involved with various community activities.
Early Life and Education
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Graduate defender Sarah Kilburg has been an integral component of Loyola’s backline since her arrival in Rogers Park, helping the team win three consecutive Missouri Valley Conference titles and garner First Team All-MVC honors from United Soccer Coaches. Additionally, she helped her family establish the Jim Kilburg Memorial Scholarship – an endowed fund which supports student athletes who embody hard work, empathy and humility like his own father did.
Arlin Kilburg of Davenport and her daughters Aly and Margaret “Maggie” Kilburg survive her. Additionally, sister Susan Wagner of Preston Iowa as well as numerous nieces and nephews remain. She was an active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church Maquoketa as well as Catholic Daughters of America Court St Raphael 1156.
Kilburg is a partner in the firm’s civil litigation group with a practice focused on workers’ compensation law. She assists employers, third-party administrators and insurance companies throughout all stages of litigation – from pre-litigation evaluation through appeals.
She is also the founder and organizer of the Jim Kilburg Memorial Scholarship, established to remember his legacy. It provides financial aid for athletes who exemplify his traits like hard work ethic, humility, compassion and selflessness.
Loyola head coach Barry Bimbi said Kilburg has been the leader of her team ever since her father passed away, embodying team-first mentality while always supporting and standing by her whenever needed.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Kilburg was an enthusiastic Iowa Hawkeye and NASCAR supporter, as well as enjoying Harley Davidson motorcycles and Harley Davidson Motorrad. STEVE KILBURG had an infectious smile that lit up any room he entered. His bubbly personality brought joy to those he met; he enjoyed bowling, fishing, playing the guitar and bowling in particular. In his free time STEVE competed in multiple Special Olympic competitions where he proudly displayed his medals for each competition he took part.
Sons Sophia and Maggie Kilburg, as well as his parents Merle and Marilyn of Bellevue; sisters Sue Wagner of Preston (Michael Wagner) and Sandra Steinke of Bettendorf; as well as numerous nieces and nephews are left behind to grieve his passing. A Rosary will be said at 2:30 pm with visitations continuing until 8:00 pm at Dawson Funeral Services of Maquoketa on Monday 3 May 2021.
Steve Kilburg has long resided in the Quad Cities, owning Running Wild in Davenport for many years. An accomplished athlete himself, Steve was a prominent fixture on the local racing scene and an enthusiastic supporter of Iowa Hawkeyes basketball and fishing as well as biking and fishing – not forgetting Harley Davidson bikes which he loved to collect!
Bernice was an active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Maquoketa and served on its parish council, Rosary Society and choir. Additionally, she belonged to both Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Raphael 1156 and Double DJ Twirlers Square Dance.
She is survived by her son Darwin Kilburg of Maquoketa; daughters Mary Lois Kueter of Peosta and Doris Medinger of Bellevue; daughter-in-law Arla Kilburg of Orlando, Florida; 14 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Arlin Fuegen preceded her in death along with brothers Gerald Fuegen, Duane Fuegen and Madonna Fuegen.
Professional football players understand they won’t play forever and it is essential for them to have plans in place for post-football career options.
Kilburg started his finance career at Mercury Trading, where he established an in-depth knowledge of equity options trading. Later, he went to work at JPMorgan Securities’ fixed income sales division.
He is currently the founder and CEO of KKM Financial, a registered investment advisory firm located in Chicago. Furthermore, he authored “The Silver Bullet.”
He currently resides in Davenport with his wife Mary and daughters Sophia and Maggie, is a member of both Knights of Columbus and Davenport Optimist Club, is an avid sports fan (particularly Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Bears fans), and enjoys helping out his community by volunteering.