Medfield, Massachusetts


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BUCKLEY, Stephen Of Medfield, MA, passed away in his sleep on May 9th after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Steve is survived by Susan (Bliss) Buckley, his loving wife and partner of 47 years, his three children and four grandchildren: daughter, Sarah Rodenhi of Medfield, her husband Kyle and...

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This is a time for reflection. Steve came to mind on a beautiful May day as I was mourning the loss of yet another member of our BLS Class of '67. Yes, we're senior citizens now, but it hardly seems possible that it was nearly 60 years ago that we embarked together on our six-year journey that would be so important in shaping our lives. Those shared experiences are still very vivid, and Steve was always a positive presence. I know I speak for all of our class by stating the obvious, that...

Dear Sue and family,

I was so upset to learn of Steve's illness
and passing. I have known you and Steve from
Medfield, Ma before you even had your beautiful
children. I remember so many fun activities we
had as a group called "The Jaycee Women". From there we became The Medfield Ladies Club which might still be in existence today.

I remember when I was taking courses to become
more employable. I struggled in an accounting class and...

So sorry to learn of Steve's passing. I had the opportunity to work with Steve as a E& Y Capital Markets Partner in Europe. Susan and family have our sympathy.

Words of Remembrance as delivered on May 14, 2019

My name is Dan Buckley, and I am proud to be Steve's older son. On behalf of my mom, my sister Sarah, my brother Tim, and our partners, Steve's beloved grandchildren, and his brothers John and Gerry: thank you for joining us to honor Steve's memory and to celebrate his life.

Since my dad passed, there has been a non-stop flood of visitors, emails, and phone calls, relaying not only condolences, but also memories and...

My sincere condolences to Steve's family. I hope that you can take some comfort in knowing that so many others share in your sorrow. He was really a great guy.

56 years ago, when we met at Boston Latin School, and every time I was fortunate to see or talk with him since, Buck was the man you hope your sons will be: solid, courteous, funny, honest, empathetic, reliable, talented but self-effacing, generous and moral.
He will be missed by so many, but never forgotten.
Condolences to his fine loving family.

As one lucky enough to have been a classmate of Buck's, I have no doubt that every member of the BLS Class of 1967 who's received this message, is now mourning, each in his way, the passing of this generous, gentle, great-hearted man, because it was impossible not to love Steve Buckley. He was, and remains, our brother--dare I say, even sometimes our older, more mature brother, smiling, with the same good-humored smile captured in the photo on this page, on the often puerile shenanigans...

Dear Sue and family,
I am so sorry to learn about the death of Buck.
My thoughts and prayers are you with as you grieve his loss. I will attend Mass today in Carmel, IN praying for all of you at this difficult time. May you be blessed with peace, comfort and strength. I remember
"Bliss" coming back to the dorm at Westbrook (MacDougall) from Bowdoin/Beta telling us about this great guy she met "Buck" with a big smile on her face. May the souls of...