Stephen Elias Tsarnas
May 3, 1949 – September 4, 2020
Stephen (Steve) E. Tsarnas passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family and is now residing in his heavenly home after battling Cancer for 16 years.
Steve lived his life on his own terms. He proudly grew up in Brooklyn, New York before residing in FL. Steve worked as a Bond trader at the New York stock Exchange and for fun he worked backstage security at Nassau Coliseum. He was an avid runner and ran with the New York Road Runners Club. After moving to FL in 1988, he started a very successful Paint Contracting Business. On his off time he loved traveling and spending quality time with his grandchildren. Some of his hobbies included his love of all music, hot rods, and motorcycles. He has helped and touched many lives through his 35 years of sobriety.
He is survived by his wife, Betty, son Steve, and daughter Kristin Wallace and their spouses. He has 3 grandchildren Alyse, Garrett, and Hayden. He is also survived by his brother Jerry Tsarnas and his family.
In Lieu of flowers, please consider a monetary donation to either Nala's Dog Rescue or Farm Dog Rescue both located in Palm City, FL.
A mass of Christian burial for Steve will be celebrated on September 9, 2020 at Holy Family Catholic Church at 10:00 AM. The church is located at 2330 SE Mariposa Avenue, Port St. Lucie, FL.
A Mass of Christian Burial for Stephen Elias Tsarnas will be Celebrated
Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Stephen Elias Tsarnas
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September 8, 2020
So much of an inspiration esp..to me for so many reasons i will never foget the work vans with the last name on it they were a staple in Jensen Beach heaven just got alot cooler ....respect and love k.d
September 7, 2020
Steve became a friend when we started TC3 in the Jensen Beach movie theater. He was a vital part of the core group that started the culturally relevant, contemporary church. He grew to be so much more when he provided support to Renee and I when our son struggled with addiction. He was devoted to the recovery movement. He was so faithful in his support and friendship. I loved riding with him up A1A on our motorcycles. We loved the Italian meals with him and Betty at the two Italian restaurants in Jensen Beach back then. He was the first to volunteer when there were painting needs, along with Stevie and all staff! We maintained regular contact after we moved to TN. He shared his struggle through the years and I only hope I was a fraction of the comfort to him as he was to me through the years of our relationship. He was a good friend to me, a spiritual counsel and a genuinely good man! Enjoy your reward in the presence of our Lord my friend!