June 2, 1967 – June 11, 2021
Mr. Steven Santarcangelo passed away unexpectedly in Concord North Carolina at the young age of 54.
Steven is survived by his mother Madeline, father Domenick, sister Ann, three brothers Domenick, Frank, and Lou, his son Steven jr, and daughters Kristina and Tiffani, grandchildren Vincent, Eden, and Aleya. He is preceded in death by his “brother Billy”.
Steven was born June 2nd, 1967, in Brooklyn New York to Madeline and Domenick. He started his electrical studies at William Grady in Brooklyn, New York then graduated with an electrician degree from Atlantic Technical College in Florida. After moving to Florida and graduating he began working as an electrician for the power company before starting his career at the United States Postal Service. Over the course of seven years Steven brought three children into the world and began to teach them that family comes first and to always be strong. His children remember him as the most caring, loving, fun and most important, sarcastic father who was always there when they needed him.
Steven was a talented electrician by trade but spent the past twenty-nine years working at the United States Postal Service. He has worked his way up to supervisor and was transferred to many different locations to help make them more efficient. He was loved everywhere he went and was always the life of the party. He would light up the darkest rooms with his smile.
A viewing to pay respects is scheduled for Thursday, June 17th, 2021, at 2pm until 4pm then again from 6pm to 8pm at Kraeer funeral service in Margate Florida. All are welcome to attend and celebrate his life.
Thursday, June 17, 2021
Thursday, June 17, 2021
June 17, 2021
When I first heard the news of your passing I was in total disbelief and numb hoping it was a huge mistake and that I would see your GMC Terrain parked in your usual spot on Saturday. I'm going to miss our talks about my Chevy Trailblazer. Steve you made it so easy to converse with. It was indeed a pleasure knowing you! You will always hold a special place in my heart. I Love You and miss You deeply! Prayers to your family!
City Carrier/Route 303
June 17, 2021
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Santarcangelo family! We were shocked and saddened to hear of your loss.
My memories of Steven go back to our childhood. Sitting on my parents stoop on East 14th Street. Steven declaring that he loved us with all his hearts!
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone at this difficult time.
Theresa and Steve
June 17, 2021
We were all saddened by this news. Thoughts and prayers go out to Aunt Madeline, Uncle Nick, Frank, Dominic, Ann, and Steven's Children. Cousins Steven, Frank, Dominic and Ann were not only our cousins but next door neighbors for years on 14 street. Back when family all lived within a few city blocks of each other. We all spent many days together back then playing every city street game you could think of to fill our summers and afternoons. Steven always being the youngest of the crew and having to stick up for himself with the older kids, He never backed down. I remember one of his famous drives in Uncle Nicks old Thunderbird. Or when he was real little trying to pet bumble bees. We used to rib him for that one. Memories of those days will always be with us. Sorry we could not be there to say goodbye, but my cousins are always in my heart and thoughts, family is special.
June 16, 2021
I am lost for words, I remember like it was yesterday when my grandma Sadie said to me, you have to meet my nextdoor neighbors they are great people and from the first time meeting you, Lin your children who were so young , you opened your door up to me and my daughter every time I visited my Grandma Sadie. You were one of a kind, and will be missed. I am so glad we became FB friends to continue to keep in touch after you moved from nextdoor neighbors. May you rest in peace and please continue to watch over your beautiful family. My condolences to all that loved and knew you.
June 15, 2021
I can’t believe I’m writing this; I still can’t believe it’s true. You were my best friend and the one person I could tell anything to without the fear of being judged. You’ve helped me through so much, the good and the bad and you made me the woman I am today. I wouldn’t be half the person I am today if it weren’t for your guidance and unconditional love and support. I can’t imagine my life without you and I wish that now I didn’t have to. You were always there for me when I needed someone to talk to or a shoulder to cry on. When I was younger, you promised me you would live to be 200, and I’m heartbroken that I won’t be able to grow old with you or have you walk me down the aisle. I’m sad that I won’t be able to call you with excitement when I have kids, or listen to your wisecracking when I start a family of my own, but I promise that I’m going to pass on every life lesson you taught me to them when the time comes. I’ll miss singing at the top of our lungs to Shania Twain on road trips and getting our traditional Arby’s for lunch. I’ll miss hearing you tell me about how you still used the coffee mug I got you in the 3rd grade every single day, and how you would only hand wash it so it wouldn’t break in the dishwasher; your valuable mug. It won’t be the same going home without you. I hope you know how much I love you, and how terribly I’m going to miss you. You are my whole heart, and I will spend the rest of my life continuing to make you proud.
With love from every ounce of my heart,
Your little girl,
Steven Santarcangelo jr
June 15, 2021
I still cant believe this has happened. It feels like just yesterday we were running electrical wires for someone. I can never thank you enough for all you have taught me. I am forever grateful for all you have done for me and our family. You were always there for us no matter the challenge or where we were. I can’t help but think of how I could have been a better son. I was always so wrapped up in my own things I never took the time to appreciate you. I never took the time to tell you how much I love you. I always looked up to you even if I did not show it. I see you in myself more every day and I see myself teaching my kids the same things you taught us. You always taught us to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. You always taught us that family always comes first no matter what. You taught us pretty much everything from wiping our own butts to how to create our own families. You are loved by everyone who had the privilege of knowing you. You didn’t have enemies because everyone became an instant friend for you. You could light up the darkest room just by walking in, and you did not even have to know everyone. Last night I had to write your obituary and it was the hardest thing I ever had to do. I still do not believe it is true. We are still waiting for that moment you come out and say “you should have seen the looks on all your faces” even know I know deep down it is not coming. You touch so many people’s hearts. I am going to miss you so much and I will never forget you and all you taught me. I love you so much and you will always be in my heart.
Love always your son, Steven jr
June 14, 2021
I'm in shock over this sad news , this is absolutely heartbreaking.
The girls and Steven love you so much , please watch over them from above.
Love always, Linda