Quincy, Massachusetts

1957 - 2017


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PALUMBO, Stephen M., Sr. 59, passed away on Oct. 30, 2017 at home with his family by his side. Steve was born on November 23, 1957 in Quincy to Edith (Brandolini) and the late Americo Palumbo. Steve grew up in Quincy, graduated from Quincy High School and attended Northeastern University where he...

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I love you dad ❤

Love u dad. We miss u more and more everyday. Not a second goes by that I don't think of u. I love u dad.

Happy Father's Day Dad. I love you and miss you so much. It really doesn't get any easier without you, but I am blessed that you continue to show your presence everyday. God only takes the best and he knew you fought long enough. Rest in the sweetest peace dad.

I love you so much dad❤❤❤

We love you!!

Merry Christmas Dad. I miss you so much today, as I do everyday. I miss talking to you and just everything about you. You were a beautiful and amazing soul and still are. Your grandson Michael Stephen was born on December 12th. I know you would love him. The nurses put an Italian flag hat on him on day in the hospital and I knew that was you. Ava still asks about you but she knows you are in heaven but are with her and all of us in spirit. I hope you are having the best day ever and I love...

We love you grampa!

Happy birthday and happy thanksgiving to the man who needs no introduction. Its going to be a tough holiday season this year but we know you are watching over us. I know you are cursing at me every time I run over a pot hole by mistake. Little things like that always make me smile dad. I cant thank you enough for all you have done for us. You are definitely missed by everyone. Pats are killing it by the way so dont worry about them. We Love you paisan, happy birthday and happy thanksgiving. I...

To my role model and the best man I know. You will be missed by all, life will go on but it won't be easy. May you Rest In Peace. Look over our family for us, I know you will still guide me through life. I love you paps! Pats will bring home another ring don't worry! Love you paisan!


From the very first moment we met, you took in not only myself but my daughter also and considered us family. I could never thank you enough for that. In the 3 years I had the pleasure of knowing you, you've made more of an impact on my life than you probably know. You raised the man of my dreams. He's a wonderful, caring and loving husband because of you and an even better father. You should be proud! I know you are. I wish we had more time to get to know each other better...