Stephen P. DeAngelis
Date of Passing:
DeAngelis, Stephen, P., 53, of Barrington, passed away unexpectedly on March 15, 2011. A loving and devoted father to his three sons; Erik Joseph, Kyle Michael and Thomas Jack, he lived a life of honor, faith and commitment to his entire extended family.
He is survived by his wife; Suzanne, his children, his mother; AnnaLea Silverman DeAngelis, his sister and brother-in-law; Valerie and William Bailey and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was the son of the late Victor H. DeAngelis.
He graduated from Barrington High School Class of 1975 where he played goalie on the hockey team. After graduation he received his B.S. in Management from Bryant University in 1979 and worked in Woburn, Massachusetts before returning to RI where he worked for Ferguson Perforating & Wire Company for the last 23 years of his life.
Calling hours will be held on Thursday March 24th from 4-8 pm in the W. RAYMOND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 350 Willett Avenue, East Providence. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated on Friday March 25th at 10 am in St. Luke’s Church, 108 Washington Road, Barrington.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Heart Association, 222 Richmond Street, Providence, RI, 02903 in Stephen’s name would be greatly appreciated.
He was my Uncle, one of the greatest most down to earth people that blessed my life. Uncle steve was so chill, down to earth and it was total shock hearing about his passing. I never thought that i would never see him again, seems so unreal. Like they say, it’s always the great ones who leave us. He was truly a great person, a great uncle. I can remember Christmas time going over to the house, the home would smell of food cooking, he would give me his famous high five, which was a low five. He never missed one of my birthdays growing up and it was always so exciting to have him, my aunt and my 3 cousins come over as well, made my life special. I will never forget him and what an impact he left on me and i hope i will amount to something great and that he will be proud. Love you Uncle, miss you!