Stephen Schwartz

1964 ∼ 2021

Carole Bender of Wareham MA wrote:

I will miss my dear friend Steve. He and I could talk for hours. Prayers to Deb and Ethan. He will be missed so much❤️

Debbie Baker Carr of Mashpee Ma wrote:

Debbie, You and you son are in my prayers. With love! Debbie Baker Carr

Miles Angland of Mansfield, MA wrote:

Steve was a very nice guy and I always had a fun conversations with him and his son Ethan. We always have fun and funny conversations when he visits Auburn Dorm when me and Ethan were roommates. He will be missed and my prayers to him and his family! Much love from the Angland Family

Casey Guerin of East Sandwich Massachusetts wrote:

Ethan and Mrs. Schwartz. I’m so sorry for your lost. Mr. Schwartz was a such a kindhearted person and he enjoyed being surrounded by your family and all of Ethan friends from Riverview School.

Ginger wrote:

Steve was a guy who just wanted people to be happy, and he went out of his way to make that happen. Didn't matter if it required making 10 pounds of mashed potatoes for a group or finding tickets to a sold out Eddie Izzard show. He made things happen. His love for family and friends was huge, and we are all better people for knowing him. Steve was absolutely one of the good guys and will be greatly missed.

Kim Dube of Marion Ma wrote:

I worked with Steve for a few years. He was an amazing person and helped me strive in my career. I was lucky to know him and will miss him. Best memories are when Ethan would stop by office to see his dad, they were like 2 peas in a pod. Steve made the work day fun. Fly high with the angels Steve. So sorry for your loss Deb & Ethan & Todd.

Andrew Broughton of Norwood, MA wrote:

My most sincere sympathy goes out to you and the family during this time of grievance. I was so heartbroken and shocked to hear about Steve's passing. Steve was a great guy who had a great sense of humor and he will be missed by all who knew him.

Daniel Almy of Westboro mass wrote:

I was shocked when I heard the news that Steven had passed away. i remember Steven would always have a smile on his face when he would come to auburn dorm. God Bless

Deb and Ethan Schwartz of East Sandwich, MA wrote:

My dearest Steve. Ethan and I think about you everyday. We talk to you everyday. We miss you beyond words can describe and we hope you are now at peace. I’ll always appreciate you and our good talks about anything and everything. I can’t believe you’re gone from this Earth. I still pick up the phone to call you but then remember you’re not there. Ethan and I are now a team to work together to get through each day without you. Know we will forever miss you. The best person we know. We love you now and forever.

Kim and Eric Hanna of PLYMOUTH wrote:

We loved you Steve. Such a great man, so many moments to remember. We are glad we met you. As your family said, you are one of the greatest people we know. Rest now ... until you ride with the angels. Enjoy your peace. Know that you mattered to the Hannas. We are honored to call you friend. Always.

The Kozub Family of East Sandwich, MA wrote:

Deb and Ethan, We are so saddened to hear about Steve’s passing. He had overcome so much with such strength and courage. You’re family has been through so much and I hope that you have some peace knowing that he is now watching over all of you. Ethan would always speak so highly of his Dad and is a great example of the same kind and outgoing person that Steve was. We will pray for all you through this difficult time.