Stephen R. Narcisi

March 1, 1954 - October 5, 2023
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Egizi Funeral Home
119 Ganttown Road
Turnersville, NJ 08012
(856) 227-9500 | Map
Sunday 10/15, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Stephen R. Narcisi, on October 5, 2023, of Franklin Twp.  Age 69.  Beloved fiancé of Linda Sannino.  Cherished son Ralph D. Narcisi Sr. and Margaret Kebelman. Father of Rachel Rosinski (Stephen), Stephen Church (Rebekah) and Michael Narcisi. Grandfather of William John Jackson, Abigail Jackson, Alice Rosinski, Adrianna Church and Layla Church.  Dear brother of Margaret “Peggy”Continue Reading

Corinne Sannino left a message on October 14, 2023:
Steve will be greatly missed. I have fond memories with Steve from my childhood and remember hearing about Steve (my mom's love) throughout my life into adulthood until my mother and Steve reunited over 9 years ago. Steve has become an important part of my small, but very close family and circle of friends. As many have already mentioned, he was always so inquisitive and asking questions to learn more about everyone around him! I was already so impressed when we would mention a topic, and he would have such extensive knowledge, like about birds or sports teams! He had a way with animals; they always loved him (animals can always tell). He was "poppop" to my fur baby - Tonka absolutely loved Steve and would just sit on his lap licking his face or wanted him to play "get my bone." It was always too cute! I'll forever remember our many adventures together - eating at our family favorite restaurant, Texas Roadhouse, bonfires, dinner and game nights, and especially anything Aunt Carol hosted!!
Linda Sannino left a message on October 14, 2023:
Steve was an incredible person, who brought so much Joy and Love into my life. He was an avid EAGLE's FAN, Body Builder, Fisherman, Hunter, loved MMA & UFC Fighting. Loved hunting rabbits with his Beagles (Sassy & Snoop). I even got into cooking everything he brought home (Deer, rabbits, squirrels and fish). Stephen was a significant part of my life in our late twenties (Our First Engagement), but after 4 years our life took a different path. Later in our early 60's, we reunited and came to be (Engaged for the second time) and have spent the last 9 years together. He came & left me twice in my life. This time is the hardest. This time is FOREVER. My heart is broken. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was quite the character and gave us many laughs. Steve was a Great Partner and loved our dogs. Almost as much as I did (He just wouldn't pick up any poop, but that was our deal! ). Thank God, I am still blessed with my wonderful family and friends.
Philip Morrison left a message on October 12, 2023:
I’ve only known Steve for a few years but I’ve very much enjoyed his company at “Farrell Family” get-togethers. We shared many of the same interests and talked about them at length. We shared many laughs as well. Much like my fiancée, Carol, I saw him as engagingly inquisitive and it was often a fun challenge to keep up with his questions. The Steve I came to know was passionate about his sports teams and dogs and much, much more. He obviously had a deep and abiding love for Linda and saw to it that she knew that every day. She reciprocated. At the end of the day what more can one ask from life than to be passionate, to love and be loved. When we finally put down our labors and all the glitter and grit from the trials, tribulations and victories of our time on earth are stripped away, what we are left with is the memories we leave behind in our loved ones, friends and acquaintances. The memory I’ll have of Steve is that of a man who lived life largely on his own terms. He was a passionate person. He lived out loud. He loved. He was loved. He lived well. He will be missed.
Donna Morris left a message on October 11, 2023:
Sending lots of hugs and love during this difficult time. You are a strong woman and I know with the help of your sister by your side, you will get through this together.
Felicia Narcisi Brown left a message on October 10, 2023:
Uncle Steve, I still am in disbelief. Being far away from everyone helps disassociate. I am not sure how I will handle saying my last good bye. All the dissociation in the world does not help my occasional tears when I think of how Linda, Rachel, Aunt Peggy, Grandma and Grandpa are having to deal with this. It feels like we haven't gotten to heal from Uncle Greg and now you. I know we are all so fortunate as I am reminded by Aunt Peggy your passing was 11 years from the date we thought we lost you for good. It is so beautiful you came back to unite with your first love. My heart goes out to Linda to have to go through this. I will hold dear my memories of your laughter, your jokes, and I dearly miss your football updates.
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Carol Farrell left a message on October 10, 2023:
Deepest condolences to Steve's fiance', my sister, Linda, Corinne and Michael, my niece and nephew, and to Steve's family and friends for their great loss. We shall miss him at our family's regular gatherings and parties and firepits, as he was always ready to get together, share a great meal, play games, dress up for Halloween, be our bodyguard on ventures to look at puppies or walks, lend his strength wherever needed, always laughing, a dog lover (thank goodness for Linda), and they loved him! And always I will remember his inquisitive nature, and his "Let me ask you a question," which was usually at least 20 questions! He loved a good conversation and learning about people. He enjoyed reminiscing about his weightlifting days -- which he continued lifting every day -- and he enjoyed talking about working at Sony. He was always up for any adventure Linda and Corinne and I cooked up! He was an avid birdwatcher in their yard and mine. And every Thanksgiving, when asked what he was grateful for as we went around the table, he moved us all with saying it was his Linda and her love who he gave thanks for every day. We shall miss you, Steve, and your endless curiosity, and I know that my sister will carry you in her heart always. May the peace of God that passes all understanding fill Steve's loved ones with peace in the knowledge that Steve is now at peace with God -- and probably has a million questions for her/him! Amen.
Carol Panagos left a message on October 9, 2023:
Cousin Steve, I have many memories of my teenage years of you, we had lots of fun. I feel sad you have to leave us so soon. May you rest in peace. Much love, Carol Panagos
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