Stephen M. Smith
- September 8, 1951 - February 16, 2013
- Woodland Park, New Jersey
of Stephen's Passing
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Memories & Candles
On behhalf of my wife and sons-Nick and David, I want to express our sorrow upon learning of Steve's passing. We knew him as a football coach in Cranford who taught our sons not only how to play the game, but also how to grow as individuals. He was a good person and we will miss his smile. Nick Lettieri
Posted by: Nick Lettieri - Cranford, NJ Mar 28, 2013
I am sorry to hear about Steve. I know what pain the family is having. Take care of yourselves. I hope you all find peace soon. Eileen
Posted by: Eileen Hebert - Cinnaminson, NJ Feb 22, 2013
Sincere condolences to Stephen's family, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace.
Posted by: Fr. Joseph R. Cyman - Woodland Park, NJ Feb 22, 2013
Dear Allison and family, with deepest sympathy we are so sorry for your loss. I am so fortunate to have shared a portion of my life over 32 years dating back to Sears..softbal leagues and personal mutual relationships. He was always the voice of REASON and a person of respect..
Posted by: Bill Aloia - Wyckoff, NJ - Friend Feb 22, 2013
I am very to sorry to hear about Steve's passing. Although, I have been away from Little Falls for many years, Steve is a lifelong friend who I would look forward to seeing in church when we came to visit. I appreciate his friendship with my Mom and Dad in recent years. It meant a lot to them and me. Rae and I will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Joe Temple - Myrtle Beach, SC Feb 22, 2013
Dear Allison and family, we are so sorry to hear about Steve. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time. With Deepest sympathy. Ron and Vicky Campbell
Posted by: Vicky Campbell - Little Falls, NJ Feb 22, 2013
To all of Steve's family - my deepest sympathies. I first got to know "Mr Smith" when he was my PE teacher at memorial school many years ago. For a not so athletic kid, he was a great encourager and cheerleader who made PE not only bearable but even fun. I then had him as a counselor at the WP rec Camp where I eventually became his colleague for many years. I treasure those days as camp staff where laughter,
Posted by: Dana Lambert Feb 21, 2013
On behalf of the Woodland Park Board of Education we express our deepest condolence to the Smith Family on the loss of your loved one. Robert Jkassai President Woodland Park Board of Education
Posted by: robert j.kassai - woodland park Feb 21, 2013
Allison and family, Deep sympathy on your loss. My heart is saddened for you at this difficult time. Praying for God's comfort and peace to fill your hearts. I knew you and Steve for such a brief time, at LFUMC, yet your love and kindness were so evident, that I have memories of you both to this day.
Posted by: Cathy Marcuccilli - Lopatcong, NJ Feb 21, 2013
You were one of my favorite teachers. You made me feel important. You made us laugh and think. All these years later, there are so many good memories because you were young and related to all your students. Prayers go out to your family. You will be missed
Posted by: Deneen Glidwell - Murfreesboro, TN - student Feb 21, 2013