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H.M. Patterson & Son-Canton Hill Chapel

1157 Old Canton Road Ne, Marietta, GA

OBITUARY

Steven Carl Severini

February 6, 1964August 3, 2019

Mr. Steven Carl Severini, age 55, of Marietta, Georgia passed away on August 3, 2019. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1964 to Carl T. & Rose M. Severini. Steve is a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Architectural Engineering. He was a partner in the engineering firm of Newcomb & Boyd. In his spare time, Steve enjoyed spending time with his family and making music with his friends. Steve was an active member of the Catholic Church of St. Ann. A talented bass player, he loved playing with the LifeTeen band at St. Ann’s. A native Pennsylvanian, Steve was a dedicated Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Steve is survived by his parents, Carl & Rose Severini; his loving wife, Debra Severini; his two beautiful daughters, Maria Severini and Valerie Severini; and his siblings, Susan Hibbard, Shirley (C.P.) Horn, Thomas (Karla) Severini and Nancy (John) Marr. The family will receive guests for visitation on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 between the hours of 5:00pm – 8:00pm. A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 2:00pm at the Catholic Church of St. Ann, in Marietta. The family will greet guests at a reception in Noland Hall following the service. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly asks that you consider a donation in Steve’s name to the LifeTeen ministry of St. Ann’s by visiting www.st-ann.org.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, August 6, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Memories

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Jeff and Johanna Harris

August 14, 2019

As long-ago classmates of Steve's at Penn State, we wanted to take a moment to send our condolences to Steve's wife, daughters, extended family and work colleagues. Steve was a kind and talented person and will surely be missed.

John Andrepont

August 14, 2019

I have known Steve over ten or more years through activities in the technical committees of ASHRAE. During those times, we often were together in a dining group where we got to share not only professional but social issues, and we became friends. I also worked occasionally in support of Steve on consulting engineering projects from time to time. He was always a complete joy to work with and to be around. A perfect mix of professionalism and cheerfulness. A great sense of humor. I will miss him very much, and can only imagine how great his loss is to his family. My deep condolences.

Jabre Mackey

August 7, 2019

Mr. Severini was a good man and Leader. I enjoyed working under him and one thing I can truly say was that he never mind taking the time out of his way to help me. He always offered me good advice and kept it 100. He will be greatly missed.

Laura Rafter

August 6, 2019

Steve was such a great co-worker. While I never worked directly under him, he still took the time to help me with any questions I had. He always offered good solid design advice, and he always made time to help other engineers. He was my go to steam expert helping me with many projects including the infamous prison. He will be greatly missed.

Brent Darnell

August 5, 2019

Steve was a fine human being and will be missed.

Mose Ling

August 5, 2019

Steve was an outstanding student. It seems like it was not so long ago that he was at Penn State doing his very best to prepare for a career in architectural engineering.
So sad that a brilliant career was cut short.

Daniel McAlister

August 5, 2019

Steve was one of the most honorable men I've ever known. I mean that with all sincerity. I was fortunate enough to work very close with him. He taught me practically everything I know as an engineer. I will always hold him in very high regard. The best engineer I know!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY