Stephen J. Belvick


Steve was lucky when it came to work. His job at All Fill lead to meeting the love of his life, Wendy. His job at Godwin Pumps found him the perfect home in Swedesboro. One Thanksgiving it all came together: At the new home, in front of family and friends, Steve proposed to Wendy. The arrival of their two boys, Nicholas and Christopher, wasn’t far behind.

Weekends were for family outings with Steve scouting for events the family could attend. Mostly looking for old collectables such as records, train sets and transistor radios; and on occasions they’d head off for State Parks. Each summer found them at Knoebels campground, always when Mahoney Bros were playing; Steve’s favorite Beatles Tribute Band.

He is survived by his brothers, Nicholas (Ginny) and Kenneth (Marianne) and two sisters, Patricia Shretz (Jim) and Sandy Reinhard (Scott).

Come celebrate 52 great years Thursday, March 22 from 9:30 to 11 am at St. Joseph’s Church , Swedesboro where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11a.m.  In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory to the boys’ education will be appreciated. (please make checks out to Wendy Belvick, c/o Daley Life Celebration Studio, P.O. Box 257, Swedesboro 08085)

27 thoughts on “Stephen J. Belvick

  1. Nidia Marshall

    Steven was a solid rock to his family and a great man. He leaves behind two sons who will follow in his footsteps and be successful and a beloved wife who will continue to cherish her family. Rest in peace, brother Steven.

  2. Sam Casella

    Wendy and family,
    My deepest condolences to your family during this most difficult time. I was glad to have gotten to know Steve through our passings here in Swedesboro. Prayers go out to you all. May he rest eternally with the angels.

  3. Tami Moreno

    I am deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Steve – He was like a brother to me. When we opened the Godwin branch in Houston Texas he was my go to guy naturally for IT stuff but everything else too. He listened. He will be missed all over the county – Especially here in Texas. Prayers to his family

  4. Chuck Heintz

    I am shocked to hear of Steve’s passing
    The most patient even disposition of any man
    I have known
    My deepest heartfelt sympathy to his family
    A man I am proud to have knowned
    May he Rest In Peace

  5. Diane Temean

    Steve was one of the kindest souls I ever had the pleasure of working with. He was always ready to help in whatever way he could.

    My deepest sympathy and prayers to this family. May the memories of the life events, celebrations and happy times you shared with your husband, father, brother comfort you during this difficult time and beyond. God Bless each one of you.

  6. Patricia McCann

    My sincerest condolences for Steve’s family When Steve was growing up he was at my house with my son Frank all the time One Christmas he gave me a hand mixerI still have it. Every time I use it I think of him. Rest In Peace Steve

  7. Mark Winner

    I met Steve my first first day at Bonner. I came in mid-semester and didn’t know anyone. As I was wandering around the cafeteria with my lunch tray that day, Steve must have saw the terror in my eyes and he invited me to sit with him. One of the kindest things anyone has ever done for me. I will never forget that simple act of kindness.

    Steve was a kind man with a brilliant sense of humor. My prayers will be with his family during this very difficult time.

  8. Tomas Fernandez

    My deepest symphaty for Steve’s family. I am shocked and sad.
    Steve was always available to provide support and get things solved. One time, I lost all data / hard drive , Steve figured out a way to recover everything. Foerever grateful.
    Wendy, Nicholas, and Chrsitopher – my prayers are for the outstanding colleague I had the blessing to meet and for you all.

  9. Wendy Torney

    My sincere condolences to the entire Belvick family. The Priest did such a wonderful job today of including the boys and I hope they take his words to heart and think of their Dad at the lake or at Knoebels and know that he’s always there with them. May your happy memories help bring peace to your heart during this difficult time. XOXO

  10. Bill Wendling

    I have known Steve since high school and i was lucky enough to have him for a friend. We worked on a lot of cars and listened to a lot of music together. Wether we were all piling into my old Merc to go to front street or hanging out at Dannys house, Steve was always with us. A great guy who will be missed very, very much. Thank you for the memories my friend. Rest in peace

  11. Ian Ash

    My condolences to Wendy, Steven’s sons, and all of Steven’s Family. I have not seen the Belv in many years but I do remember celebrating the turn of the century with him at his home in NJ. It was fun and all who were there had a great night! The Belv had a great warm heart and amazing knowledge of anything mechanical. I always use to ask him questions about mixing boards when needed and he knew the answers. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers. Ian Ash

  12. Laura

    Sorry to hear about Belv’s passing. I met him thru a band mate years ago and he quickly started coming to all our shows and helping with the sound. He made sure I knew how important Madonna and Prince were. He gave me a book about audio engineering I still have. All around nice guy with a big heart. So glad he found a partner in you Wendy because that is something he longed for. Glad I was able to attend your wedding and visit your home. Sorry we fell out of touch. So sorry for your loss Wendy & Family. Laura

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