Doane Beal & Ames


Steven Earl Villani

July 27, 1957October 1, 2021

Steven Earl Villani, 64, of South Yarmouth passed away on October 1, 2021. Born in Brighton, MA , he was the son of Faustino and Joyce ( McDonald) Villani.

He is survived by his wife, Jeanette Marie ( Hamilton) Villani, brother, Richard Villani.

Visitation will be held at Doane, Beal and Ames, 160 West Main St, Hyannis on Friday October 22, 2021 from 6-8pm.


  • Visitation

    Friday, October 22, 2021


Steven Earl Villani

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Marie Zambello Raymond

October 25, 2021

Iā€™m so sorry to just learn of this. I will carry wonderful memories of Stevie being the light of numerous family functions and gatherings. Always a smiling face and a happy, content soul. I imagine Nana & Papa, his parents and other family members since crossed over have greeted him on the other side. Rest in eternal peace Stevie. šŸ™šŸ»

Peace, prayers and strength to all family and friends.

Paul Rufo

October 22, 2021

I'll always love Stevie. I consider myself blessed to have know him he was a dear friend. He would squeeze the life out of me with his big hugs. Heaven will surely be a better place with Stevie on board.

Gerard Villani Jr

October 12, 2021

"Stevie" was the life of any family get togethers. He always enter these gatherings with his huge enthusiasm and a big smile and everyone felt that a star had entered the room. He did not let his disability limit his outlook for life and took every opportunity to enjoy life. He accomplished a lot during his life time including getting married to his love of his life Jeannette and was very proud of that. He was greatly loved by everyone including his Father, his brothers, his aunt Josie as well as anyone that had a opportunity to meet him. He will be greatly missed especially that wide grin of his. RIP "Stevie" , you will always be in our hearts

Cheryl Villani

October 9, 2021

A life well lived, a life well loved, a giving, loving, caring person - Stevie was, and will always be, a bright light in our family. Always smiling, always hugging - lifetime memories to cherish and remember growing up together and sharing our lives and dreams. Going to miss your big bear hugs, your beautiful smile, and your wonderful stories.
You will always have a special place in my heart - full of happiness and love. Thanks for all the beautiful memories from such a beautiful person.
Rest in peace my dearest Stevie - and soar with the eagles.
With eternal love - Cheryl Ann

Mary Butler-Minor

October 5, 2021

Dear Villani Family,
Steve was a kind and gentle man, who had a great smile. He loved his wife, his family, coloring, making coasters, and, of course, the Beatles. A few years ago we went to the Melody Tent to see Rain, a Beatles tribute Band, and Steve had a wonderful time! He was a sharp dresser, and loved to show off his watch and his medal from La Salette that he got on a visit, with Laurie and his house mates. I am hoping that you will find some comfort in knowing that Steve is in Heaven with your parents, and Paul, who were there to welcome him. Also, he may be rocking out with John Lennon and George Harrison, as well!! I will miss Steve, but he will always have a piece of my heart. My deepest sympathy. May your memories help you through this most difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Mary Butler-Minor and Family

Jeffrey Zambello

October 4, 2021

Richie, I am very sad over the passing of Stevie. I always thought about him and prayed for him. I remember his beautiful smiling face, and most of all his laugh. I remember how much he loved my grandmother, Josephine Zambello and how much she loved him. This weekend I thought about how Stevie is up in Heaven now, and that he met Jesus. I thought about my grandmother, Josephine smiling when she saw Stevie in Heaven and they hugged each other hello. I also thought about Stevie hugging his brother Michael, his Mom and and Dad in Heaven. My heart is broken. Stevie will always have a place in my heart.