Steven Joseph Stieffenhofer 1988 - 2019
Left this world on January 17, 2019 after 30 short-lived years, but will never be forgotten. Steven was adored and loved by everyone, especially his parents Steve and Renee', and his siblings Christopher, Michael and Jessica. He was a grandson to Frank Pasternak and to Alice Stieffenhofer. He was a nephew to Tracy Willis (John), Joseph Stieffenhofer (Jennifer), and Teresa Ziegler (Joel). He will be dearly missed by his cousins Sophia Willis, Beth Stieffenhofer, Zachary Ziegler, and Amber Ziegler. Steven was a friend, colleague, Jedi and more importantly always true to himself. He was an avid classic and punk rock music fan, a huge comic book and movie goer, was born to play the role of Harry Potter, and always had a camera by his side. His talent for finding the perfect backdrop for the truly amazing photos he would take was endless and most always involved a selfie. A technician with any computer, gadget or gizmo, he always knew what to do. People would have him design their company websites and his signature style would be obvious to the naked eye. Steven was a star gazer and a day dreamer. Nothing was out of question when it came to his imagination. His heroes wore capes but they also invented the light bulb. A mind so thoughtful and bright, there was no end in sight of possibilities he could perform. The sports
teams of Philadelphia will forever be his passion. The Phillies and Eagles winning a championship in his short but truly meaningful lifetime will be memories forever cherished. His exuberant smile and cheer for every victory from the pros to his little sister playing tee ball, will always be remembered. Steven rooted for the home team especially his home, his family, his loved ones and his dedication to help everyone in need. His legacy lives on with the stories and smiles he left with others. For every picturesque setting, he will be there waiting for us. Relatives, friends, and colleagues are invited to join us in a celebration of his life on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at Saint Anselm Church, 12670 Dunks Ferry Road, Philadelphia, PA 19154. The family will receive everyone in the church after 9:30am. His Memorial Mass will begin at 11am. Interment private.