Steven Jude Deignan (September 27, 1955 - August 05, 2013)

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Steven Jude Deignan
  • September 27, 1955
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  • August 05, 2013

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Precious son of Barbara and the late Philip. Beloved brother of Chris, Mike and Lisa.  Cherished uncle of James, Ilana and Jared. And loved by a host of family and friends. Steve was a renaissance man, interested in so many things, art, music, literature and film to name a few. He loved to chat with people and loved to tell stories and just talk about a wide range of ideas and subjects. He had a very sweet spirit, so thoughtful, always  giving small gifts to everyone. Steve was born and raised on Long Island, spent his childhood years in West Islip, later on living in New York City, Ocean Beach and San Francisco. He loved the art and culture in San Francisco and recalled it fondly. Steve eventually settled in New  Smyrna Beach with the rest of his family. He went to school on Long Island, studying to be a draftsman and worked for an engineering firm in  Amityville, NY. Prior to that he spent time working in Giovanni's Restaurant in Ocean Beach, NY and later on had his own fencing business in New Smyrna Beach, FL. He was also an amazing artist/cartoonist, so creative and talented. He was well loved and is dearly missed. We are thankful for the promise of heaven where he is free from pain and is most likely enjoying a conversation right now with other loved ones! Peace, sweet Stevereno, we can't wait to see you again!

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  1. James says:
    30 Apr 2024
    Love & miss you Uncle Stevie

  2. Madeline L Nelson says:
    15 Jan 2020
    I remember Stephen from 4th and 5th grade at Bayview Elementary in West Islip. Wow, could that kid draw! Enough to remember his name after all these years, as I struggle with improving my draftmanship at the age of 64. I'm so sorry not to be able to reach out to Stephen, and for his family's loss.

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