Steven Musumeci


Steve always got the job done, not with his hands but through great supervision. At Kingsway Regional he gave orders as a quarterback: he had the school record for most TD passes in a season, again always getting the job completed. He excelled in sports: baseball, basketball and football and went to Kean University with a sports scholarship.  His managerial skills were top level and he was sought by a Houston company to bid and run their services keeping things running smoothly with all the right hires.  Spare time found him in competition with is late brother, Vincent, on the golf course. Records weren’t kept so we assume they both won .

In Houston Steve met the girl of his dreams, Robyn McRae an old fashioned girl. She did everything for him and kept him on track. He was blessed with a daughter, the apple of his eye, Madison. He would quip “ When boys start coming by they would find him cleaning his gun at the kitchen table.” Steve passed on his athletic abilities to Madison and always reminded her of that fact. He is survived by a sister, Sue Caltabiano (Ron), and special nieces and nephews, Ronnie , Ryan, Michael, Alfio, Dana, Christiana, Julie, and Laura. He was the apple of four eyes, his late parents, Vincent and Pat (nee Wigglesworth) , He was pre deceased by his sister, Donna Casella and brother Vincent, and niece Tammy Caltabiano.

Come celebrate 49 great years Wednesday, May 29, from 9 to 10:30 am at Daley Life Celebration Studio. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11 a.m. at St. Josephs Church, Swedesboro. Interment St. Josephs Cemetery, Woolwich.

25 thoughts on “Steven Musumeci

  1. Tonya

    Steve Moose! I’m so saddened to hear of your passing! We had a blast in high school too many memories to pick one for sure! Love you dude. Till we meet again. Once a Dragon Always a Dragon

  2. Liz Apodaca Dorris

    I first met Scuba Steve at the Hotdog shop in Houston many years ago. He has been in our family seems like forever. My father passed away in February and I turned around and there was Steve showing his love and support for our family. That was the last time I saw him, you will be forever missed and always in my heart.
    My condolences to you Robyn and Madison sending prayers your way.
    Liz Apodaca Dorris

  3. Amy Pankop Geallis

    Steve’s quick wit, deep booming laugh, and ability to “get it done” on the Compaq campus made him a respected and valued friend and coworker to so many. Steve’s ABS family loved him. Our hearts and thoughts remain with the Musumeci family at this difficult time.

  4. Nicole Pardo

    May God bless and comfort you and your family during this difficult period; please accept our sincere condolences. Robyn , you are in our prayers and we are thinking of you and Madi every day.

  5. Chad, Shanelle, Chazlyn and Kohldin Gunner

    Great neighbor, awesome husband and father! We still cannot believe you have transitioned. You are missed! Constantly praying for his family! RIP Steve!

  6. Melinda Roe

    I’m in complete shock. Steven was an amazing friend, but more importantly, he was a wonderful husband and daddy. I haven’t seen him for many years, but I will never forget his sweet personality and his amazing love for Robyn. I have been and will continue to pray for you and your precious daughter.

  7. David Vernon

    Those of us that were lucky enough to know Steve on both a work and personal level are saddened by the loss. Steve was always there for me when I needed guidance and also enjoyed the personal life stories shared. You are missed, thanks for the memories. Prayers to Robyn, Madison and family.

  8. Mark Evans

    So sad to hear of Steve’s passing. He was always a caring and thoughtful person that always thought about others before himself. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

  9. Sola Awe

    This was a big shock for us. You were a wonderful person and support for the girls soccer team. You will be missed. Our sincere condolences to Madison and Robyn.

  10. Natasha Philpot

    The best neighbor anyone could ask for… from the time I moved in next door to the Muscimeci’s in 2011, Steven vowed that he would look out for me. He and Robyn did just that until I moved away last year. I’m so grateful to have known such a genuine and caring person. May you Rest In Peace, Steven.

    Robyn and Madison, I’m glad to do anything I can to help support you during this time.

    Natasha Philpot

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