Stephen N. Millard

January 5, 1953January 2, 2021

Stephen N. Millard was called home to our Lord on Saturday, January 2, 2020. He was the beloved son to the late Percy W. and Grace (Rawley) Millard.

He was a brother to Alfred Millard, Robert Millard, Richard Millard, Grace Lyons, and the late Walter Millard, Percy “Tommy” Millard, Ronald Millard, Alton Millard, Barbara Massey, Elaine Cimino and Marjorie Tassoni He had many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews who he loved dearly.

Stephen was a caring and loving man to all that was lucky enough to know him. He loved his family and looked forward to the times they where together.

He loved to work, be independent as well as enjoyed so many hobbies such as his arts & crafts, puzzles and dozens of antique model cars he assembled which he displayed with pride.

He would light up the room when he entered with his smile and happy attitude. He loved his family cook outs and holiday parties. He had very close friends and Caretakers that loved him as if he was an extension of their own families.

Stephen was a smart, intuitive, understanding, loving person inside and out. He would get sentimental over certain topics and thoughts of loved ones who passed. He would always extend a hug to the people he knew and loved.

From the ones that Stephen leaves behind, you will certainly be missed until we all rejoin one another again. May you Rest in Peace and God Bless your soul.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at 12:30 p.m. in St. Anthony Church, 1413 Mineral Spring Avenue, North Providence.

Face masks, social distancing and occupancy restrictions will be observed as required by mandate.


  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Wednesday, January 6, 2021


Stephen N. Millard

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Helen Nimneh-Nyanti

January 5, 2021

Another beautiful soul has gone to be with the Lord. Rest in paradise Stephen.

Geraldine Millard

January 5, 2021

Stephen was always a good and kind loving person. He loved and cared about everyone and loved his brothers and sisters. I’m sure he was welcomed home with open arm’s. May you always Rest In Peace. God bless you.

Mario McClain

January 5, 2021

Steven was my dude. Every time i ran into Steven he would say hi. One of the pleasant ,n icest guy, I had the pleasure of knowing. From my family to yours please except my condolence.

Matthew Curran

January 5, 2021

My heartfelt condolences to Stephen's family and everyone who cared for him. Stephen was a man to be admired. He had a true servants heart, looking to help and serve anyone he could with joy. Stephen will be missed so much by all who knew him.

Rosanna Neville

January 5, 2021

You will be greatly missed.

Tina Martin

January 5, 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Stephen and to be his coach for Special Olympics. Stephen always shared a smile, a laugh and a hug and was a huge help in anything asked of him. Stephan would always get emotional when he would win a medal or ribbon, it didn't matter to him what he won, but the fact he won something was enough. also as soon as we completed our season for Special Olympics he would start asking me when we were going to do it again. I will miss his smile and laughter and his witty comments. God Bless you Stephan and Rest in Peace.