Stephen M. Molino
Molino, Stephen M. (December 9, 2021). Cherished and beloved son of Michael and Regina (nee Mealy) and loving brother of Margaret (Michael) Gossner, and Michael Molino. He will be greatly missed by his nieces and nephews, Michael, Emma, Grace and Nicholas Gossner. He is also survived by his grandparents, Michael and Josephine Molino, and his many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.
Stephen was a graduate of Springfield HS and Temple University.
Stephen had a contagious smile, charismatic personality, twisted sense of humor and reveled in debating anyone on any subject. He was a good friend and would go out of his way to help others. He will surely be missed by all.
Services are Private. In lieu of flowers contributions in Stephen’s name may be made to Gift of Life donor program.
You will be missed forever! If only you knew how great you were and how much everyone loves and needs you ! I love you Stephen!
My baby boy, I love you and will miss you every day.
See you on the other side.
Stephen we will never be the same without you. You always were and always be our joy.
love your Mama
A truly amazing person. Stephen, you will be so missed! Heaven gained an angel 🙏🏻 I love you!
Gonna miss you Steve! So grateful we were all together a couple weeks ago! You are a true hero for your gifts to
Others! Love ya man!
A truly amazing person! Stephen, you will be so missed! Heaven gained an angel 🙏🏻 I love you!
Stephen always greeted everyone with a ready smile,
and a hug.. We’re so sorry for the extended Molino family, and
most especially Gina, Mike, Michael, Margie
and her husband and children…may you find comfort in all of your wonderful memories of Stephen.
Stephen, always with the smile and sweet personality. You are loved and greatly missed. Xo
I’m so proud of the wonderful person you are Stephen. You were and angel sent to us and now you are back up where you came from. I love you so much. You’re with me forever.
I have so many memories of us growing up together from elementary school up until college, from playing Crash Bandicoot in your basement when we were little, to swim team, and working together at GNC. You had the BEST sense of humor and always made me laugh when we were together. You are and will always be missed Steve!
When I think of you I will always think of your contagious smile and your hearty laugh. We were only gifted with you for a short time but your impact will be felt always. I know you are at peace now and watching over us. Love you!
Gina & Mike: our hearts and thoughts are with you each and every day as you mourn the loss of your baby boy Stephen! He has a beautiful amazing smile and is an Angel for sure watching over all of his family! Our hearts bleed with empathy for you! May GOD lighten your burden of pain as you walk through the darkness to the light! XOXO Bob & Donna 😇❤️
Mike and Gina, Margie and Michael,
Even though 5 long months have gone by, knowing how you are continuing to bear such a heavy loss of Stephen every day – it is something so deep that I cannot even comprehend. I just know that I think about all of you so often, hoping that you are getting through each day as best you can, and knowing that you are not alone. I hope that a time will come when we can get together again so that you will feel first-hand all our love and support. With much love, from Nancy