OBITUARY

Stephen F Fagan

July 31, 1951December 19, 2018
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Stephen F. Fagan, 67, of North Bergen, NJ, passed away on Wednesday, December 19, 2018.

He was born in Bergenfield, NJ, on July 31, 1951, to the late James and Marguerite Fagan, and is predeceased by his brother, James.

As an entrepreneur, Stephen championed the dreams of the individual, coaching his clients to go out into the world to live the lives they were meant to live. As a man who embraced life, Stephen was always the first one on the dance floor, and was never shy about grabbing the microphone and singing an old standard.

Stephen is survived by his three proud sons, Drew, Brian, and Anthony, his son-in-law, Luis, his beautiful grandson, Hudson, his adoring sister, Peg, numerous nieces and nephews, as well as countless other loved ones, all of whom were enriched for having had Stephen in their lives.

Stephen's Life Celebration will include visitation on Friday, December 28, from 2-4 & 7-9 PM at Leber Funeral Home, 2000 Kennedy Blvd, Union City, NJ, 07087.

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, December 28, 2018
  • Memorial Service Friday, December 28, 2018
REMEMBERING

Stephen F Fagan

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Linda Mokeme

January 12, 2019

My first experience with Steve Fagan was during July 2007. He was a co-host on the weekly Neothink A-Team conference calls. We were preparing to go "Face to the World"! I listened to the call every Wednesday evening. By March 2008 members of Chicago's local chapter A-Team quit. Neothink members in the Chicago area rejected the fact that a black woman was the coordinator for our Neothink Clubhouse Meetings. I was left all alone with the Area of Responsibility. Steve Fagan called me from New Jersey and assured me he had my back. He was always there for me! In January 2010, when I faced a questionable obstacle regarding The Global Information Network (GIN), I called him and he made a call which resolved it instantly. In December 2016, Steve shared with Neothink Society members the news that Mark Hamilton was impressed with my writing style. That gave me the confidence I needed to complete my autobiography "The Gift of Multiple Sclerosis". I had been working on it for two decades. Whatever successes I am experiencing is directly related to Steve having my back. I recently saw the movie "Green Book". Steve Fagan was the Tony Lip of my journey. I am so thankful I had the opportunity to have had him in my life. Rest In Power!!!

Jonathan Gonzalez

January 11, 2019

Steve Fagan and the rest of my Neothink New Jersey Family gave me a platform to do what I Love! My confidence grew exponentially thanks to Steve! I enjoyed every moment that I performed for my Neothink Family. It's going to be tough to move forward without Steve. He put so much effort in bringing our Neothink Family together! I'm hoping there is some sort of logical technology coming to bring our loved ones back. One day, we will reunite. R.I.Paradise Steve! #TwelveVisions 💗✌️

Anna Ianacci

January 11, 2019

I will miss you very much Steve...
I met Steve 12 years ago because of a book, well not just any book, we share a belief that "The Neothink literature" has the key to the survival of this planet in the civilization of the universe. Steve's determination in reaching the masses with what he knew to be man's next evolution in consciousness was unstoppable. He touched many lives with his mentoring phone calls, and videos, He did achieve many of his goals in bringing awareness to so many lives.
"Steve your friendship, and mentoring changed my life for the better. I will do my best to honor my memory of you my dear Steve."

Steve "Digger" Fagan's passion will continue to be seen by many more to come.
Love Annie
P.S. I choose this picture because it was the last picture of Steve I took in Montclair NJ , where it all began.

Anthony Ward

December 31, 2018

I met Steve back in 2002. He was very dynamite and was always very energetic and the center of attention. He loved my my mom and dad’s work and took it upon himself to make it known. He was a great leader and intellect. We will miss him.

Michael O'Neill

December 30, 2018

In 1989 in Philadelphia I first met Steve. We became fast friends. I last spoke with Steve on December 5th of this year. My wedding day. Meeting Steve changed my life. He was a mentor, friend,adviser and a one of a kind guy. I will miss him so much. Fly my friend fly!

Pauline Gauthier

December 29, 2018

A stunning loss to so many of us. Steve was a unique very caring understanding individual who shined in all he did for his members, friends and family. I worked with him on a couple of Neothink committees and realized from his teachings that because he valued with high priority everyone he came in contact with, we were able to find value within ourselves. I always enjoyed and absorbed his teachings placing honesty, love, and acceptance of self as a must for us to become value creators. Thank you Steve for your sincere support and dedication and I will never forget the impact you had not only for me but so very many others. You will be sadly missed. Sympathies to the family for your immense loss.

Sue Silva

December 28, 2018

I have known Steve for about 9 years, and he was a dear friend and mentor. No matter what was going on he seemed excited to hear from you when you called, I always felt better after talking with him his zest for and enthusiasm was contagious. He always encouraged me to be a better person and had this ability to see others as the person they were meant to be even they could not yet see it. I am truly a better person for knowing him and having him a friend! I have great memories of going to events and spending time after with Steve and others. One of my greatest memories was when to took me to New York City for the first time we spent an entire day walking around Central Park and he showed me the City. I love you, Steve, you will be missed and always have a special place in my heart.
Sue Silva

Wayne Smith

December 28, 2018

I never talked to Steve a whole lot, but when I did, it was meaningful conversation. He was always so busy and I valued our time too much for a lot of small talk, but his sincerity , dedication and love for mankind shined around him like a huge aura. He kept me on his healing list for months when I needed it the most. I will miss "It's good to hear your voice" and his "Who else is out there, I want to hear from everybody". Today my friend I am not hiding in the shadows and will simply say I love you, man.

john foley

December 28, 2018

Steve was one of my oldest friends. We grew up together and had pretty much the same group of friends all the way through high school and beyond. We were all pretty close but Steve is the one I remember talking to the most about "capital L" Life. We drifted in and out of contact over the years after college but he got back in touch around the time his sons were young and I had the good fortune to get to spend some time with Steve and his family. Condolences to the family and "hello" to Peg, who will always be "Peggy Ann" in my memory.

Charlie Moore

December 28, 2018

I can't begin to tell everyone what Steve has meant to me. I have known Steve for over 10 years and he ended up being my best friend. The knowledge that he shared with me and others, his passion for his work and the love he had for his sons and new grandson were off the charts. He had this great ability of talking to someone in a crowded room and he made you feel like it was just the two of you there. His care for the people of Neothink and the people of the world were always there you could just feel it. He changed my life and many others throughout the years. Since we talked on the phone almost every day for the last 8 or 9 years will be the biggest part of him that I will miss. We had the best conversions. Steve, my friend, you will always be missed.