Stephen Cianciolo

Stephen L Cianciolo

Tuesday, October 21st, 1969 - Tuesday, June 16th, 2020
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“In the Long run, the sharpest weapon of all is a kind and gentle spirit,” - Anne Frank

Our beloved Stephen Lawrence Cianciolo, age 50, went home to be with the Lord on June 16, 2020. Devoted son of Leonard and Janet Cianciolo, loving brother of Judy Peddell, and Cindy Williams. Loyal friend and brother in law of David Williams Sr. Uncle extraordinaire of his five cherished nieces Brittany Donoghue, Chantalle Dolim, Melissa Peddell, Kiersten and Anna Williams, his only nephew David Williams Jr., two great-nieces Maci and Keira, and great nephew Cameron. Nephew of his cherished aunt and uncle, Emily and Jack Wenners. He also leaves behind his cat companion Toby.

Stephen was born in Arlington Mass, raised and educated in Marshfield schools and was a graduate of Marshfield High School class of 1987. Though school did not come easy to him, he had a deep love for learning and happily persevered through his challenges. He continued pressing on to achieve his college degree and was just two credits shy of reaching his life-long goal. He was often found pouring over books in the library or a bookstore. His favorite subjects were geography and history. His family and friends saw him as a walking book of knowledge. He enjoyed talking with others to gain an understanding of their interests and then took the time to share interesting facts with them. His mind was full of desire and a longing to learn on a wide array of topics and use this knowledge to motivate those he cared about most to achieve their ambitions. Stephen’s truly kind considerate character and acceptance of everyone he met made him a man of integrity; one many sought after as an example. He was a longtime resident of Florida, until he returned to Marshfield 2 years ago.

Our Precious Stephen will be greatly missed by all. Until we meet again. You will forever be in our hearts!

All family and friends will be invited to attend a Celebration of Life for Stephen on a future date.

Donations in his memory can be made to Anxiety and Depression association of America.
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Jacqueline OSHEA

Posted at 08:06am
My memory of Stephen is one of fond memories .I can see him in my mind sitting across the table!! It was Christmas Day and he and Dad had picked me up early from the airport I could tell we would hit it off!! I visited for a week and he was such a good kind host.He is always in my heart beloved of Papa God. He now rests in Peace. Much love sweet man. Never to be forgotten by those who truly love you. Jacqueline O Shea Elliott

Amy Pollara

Posted at 09:22pm
I had the pleasure of meeting Stephen in West Palm beach with my friend Cindy . Stephen has a kind soul and a big heart . His smile lit up the room . He was easy going and I truly enjoyed his company . I know he is at peace and my prayers go out to his family at this time of need .

Cindy Williams

Posted at 02:58pm
My precious Gift! I realized after you left us how much a gift you were and all the amazing things you had to give to all! I’m sorry for not always giving you my undivided attention as you greatly deserved! As I mourn your loss I would of told you more how much I loved you and hugged you moreI will never forget your smile that was always on your face although inside you were struggling! My gentle , kind, considerate brother! Never heard a complaint from you or a harsh word spoken about anyone! I cherish you and love you with all my heart!! God took you so he could bring you into eternal life where you now have everything you ever dreamed of and all your struggles and pain are no longer! I look forward to that day when we are re-United and I can hold you in my arms and never let go! I love you my gift!

You are Loved my Dear Brother!

Angie McPherson

Posted at 07:36am
We are very sorry to hear about Stephen. We will be praying for you all, knowing it is God’s peace that calms the heart. Your family is loved very much.

Debra Williams

Posted at 07:30am
Our deepest sympathy for the loss of your son Steven . Our heart goes out to you at this difficult time. Steve’s memories will forever live on in your hearts . We pray that you are surrounded by God‘s comforting love.
Brian & Debbie

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