In Memoriam : Martin Steeves

Martin Steeves Martin Lewis Steeves - age: 44
(July 29, 1969 to December 25, 2013 )
Resident of Norwalk, Connecticut

Obituary:
Martin L. Steeves, age 44 of Norwalk, husband to Tiffany (Gordon) Steeves, died suddenly on Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2013 at his home. Born in Quincy, MA, the son of Florence (Martel) Steeves of Quincy, MA, and the late Eugene Steeves. Known as “Marty” and “Moose” to his friends, he was an avid Boston Red Sox and Patriots fan. A giving and generous man, Marty was a loving husband and great friend, who loved his dogs Rascal and JD, enjoyed tailgating with his friends, exploring new places, a good meal and a cold beer. Marty was the life of the party with an infectious smile and laugh.
Marty graduated from Babson College in 1991 with highest distinction. He moved to the Norwalk area the same year where he met many of his wonderful lifelong friends and he began his career in finance. His intelligence, passion for sports and quick wit will be missed by all who knew him.
In addition to Tiffany, his wife of 3 years, and his mother Florence, he is survived by 2 sisters, Nancy McDonald, her husband Tim and their 3 daughters Eliza, Maeve and Fiona, and Carol Steeves. His family will receive friends on Monday from 5 to 9 PM at the Magner Funeral Home, 12 Mott Ave, Norwalk. Additional services will be held in Quincy, Massachusetts on Friday and Saturday. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: National MS Society, CT Chapter, 659 Tower Ave. First Fl, Hartford, CT 06112, or to the Open Door Shelter, Norwalk (Opendoorshelter.org).








Chris Campbell - December 28, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
A true friend to me. Marty had a major impact on my life that I will never forget. His friendship can never be replaced. I will miss him deeply. Shippin' up to Boston. Love you boy.



Barb and Scott Lindwall - December 28, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
Dearest Tiffany and family of Marty - We are so terribly sorry for the tragic loss of Marty. We are honestly still in shock and are very sad. Marty had such a great spirit and was such a smart, sweet and fun guy of the 10 years I've been with Daymon. He will be missed terribly. Our prayers, thoughts and love are with you and the Steeves family.



Marcia Heffering - December 28, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
Dearest Tiff, thinking of you every moment. I always enjoyed Marty and my conversations with him! Everyone in your life will be there to support you, I promise. Marty will be missed by so many. with love, Marcia



Wendy Curran - December 29, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
Dear Tiffany, Please know that my heart goes out to you and I am so very sorry for your loss of Marty. I can't even begin to imagine the pain you must be in. Please know that you have my friendship and support. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. With Love, Wendy



Chip Weaver - December 30, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
Dear Tiffany, Marty was a great guy and a better friend. I can still remember how excited and happy he was on the night he met you. I wish I had kept more in touch over the last few years (we both kept trying to make plans to touch base, and assumed time was not an issue). I can only remember that classic Marty smile while he was trying to make me laugh, or while he was helping me in some way. I don’t think I ever saw him in a bad mood, and he was always trying to bring everyone else up to his level of happiness.



Ruth Hayes - December 30, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
To Tiffany and the Steeves family, I feel so lucky to have known Marty and am incredibly sorry for your loss. Marty and I met during the interview process at Caldor. He was a one-of-a-kind friend who will be missed by everyone. He was selfless with his time- always helping those in need. And, he was incredibly generous with his insightful wisdom on nearly every topic. Without a doubt, he was one of the funniest people I've ever met. I'll never forget him. My deepest condolences are sent to you. Ruth



Rose Vartuli - December 31, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
To Tiffany and the Steeves Family, Although Tiffany I've never gotten the pleasure of meeting you but I feel like I've known you through Marty. He's talked so much about you and was so happy with you. I've gotten to know him through Right Management, he always brighten up the place when he showed up. I always looked forward to seeing him. He was a one of a kind person, a special person and I truly believe he's in heaven for all the good he's done. I was on vacation and just returned to work today (Tuesday) and found out otherwise I would have been there last night. I am so sorry Tiffany, I'll never forget him.



Mary B. O - December 31, 2013Contact this person Contact this person
To Tiffany and Steeves Family. I worked with Marty while he was with Dansk, and he is fondly remembered by everyone that had the pleasure of working with him there. As everyone says, he brightened up the room with his smile and enthusiasm. So sorry for your loss. Mary O'Keeffe



Kevin DiMattio - January 5, 2014Contact this person Contact this person
To Tiffany & the Steeves family. Rose and I are sorry for your loss. At this time there are no words that can be said to take away the pain you feel. May God bless you and comfort you during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Marty, you were one of a kind. You touched the lives of many and brought them together. I am so grateful I got the chance to be part of your life. Although I am extremely sad that you are gone from this life I know God had a reason to take you. It must have been a job he was saving for you. God took a good man and you'll do good work for him. I'll miss you my friend. I'll always cherish the times we had together. I look forward to seeing you again someday. Take care Marty. Kevin & Rose DiMattio



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