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Hello Denies. I am so sorry for your loss . thoughts andvprayers to you and your family love Karen Duncan (from Lint chocolate


Posted by: Karen Duncan - Malden, MA - Friend   Apr 23, 2017

I have such fond PCYC memories of Steve. Taking us all fishing in the mooring field in his shark boat. The hard work he did on electrical and security cameras for the club. Most of all just seeing him sit at the bar in tshirt and suspenders having lunch after a hard day's work. His wry sense of humor and twinkle in his eyes as he said something funny. Listening to his stories of solo sailing to Maine and back

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Posted by: Cynthia Smiszek - Newton, NH - Friend   Apr 20, 2017

Uncle Steve you will be deadly missed by all of us. You were one of the funniest people I've ever had a chance to know. You cared so much about this family, thank you for bringing us all together and helping us make memories. <br />Denise, Alec and Steph....im so sorry for your loss, I can't even imagine. Thank you for sharing him with us. Anything we can do, please let us know.<br />


Posted by: Margaret Dilendick - SALEM, NH - family   Apr 20, 2017

Steve was such a family man. Too much tragedy for one family to bare My heart goes out to his family


Posted by: Irene Bourgeois - Stoneham, MA - Friend   Apr 19, 2017

Denise and family we are sorry for your loss.
Stephen (not Stevie!) you were always a lot of fun especially during our adventures. One that comes to mind often is our dogsledding trip to the Ely Minnesota during the coldest part of the winter. At the end of the trip while visiting the wolf museum you found out you were going to be a grandfather. The events that followed that evening were special and thankfully I have some of them preserved

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Posted by: Bernard Kallelis - Peabody, MA - Friend   Apr 19, 2017