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.