Stephen Lewis Cavalieri

2019-07-10T01:33:19-04:00

In Loving
Memory

Stephen Lewis Cavalieri

Oct. 15, 1957 – Jul. 6, 2019

Stephen Lewis Cavalieri, 61, of Richmond passed away Saturday, July 6, 2019.

Memorial service information will be announced at a later date.

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4 Comments

  1. Marie Floria July 9, 2019 at 5:52 pm - Reply

    My brilliant, funny, loving, brother…I love you!!! Words can not say how wonderful a man, father, husband, brother, doctor, a friend he was. His light will never go out in our hearts. My memories of him will be a warm and comforting touchstone. The impression on the hearts of the lives of all who knew him is impactful. His patients were cured and comforted as he genuinely cared for their well-being. His colleagues were enriched by his insight and perception. His children were given a lifetime of love, adventure and wisdom. His loving wife a love so deep it bonded through thick and thin. As his sister, I will cling to the laughter we had on our calls, his guidance when I needed it and the generous gift of his heart. I love you never seemed enough to say!

  2. Mike Farrell July 9, 2019 at 11:57 pm - Reply

    Steve,

    You were(are)a wonderful man. We have worked together and several different capacities over the past 30 years. It is not hyperbole to say you are one of the finest physicians I have known. You know when you started working in the business end of medicine I was disappointed that the people of Richmond lost such a gifted clinician. But, to my surprise, you remained the same smart, caring, curious and involved person I knew before. I have never before or since spoken to a to a business man doctor who listened who cared about the patient like you. You are( were) unique.

    Your legacy though is so much more than your work. Thank you for inviting me into a closer relationship with your family through your daughter and wife. Your character lives on in the goodness that is clearly evident in the people you loved and who loved you.

    You will not be replaced.

    Rest well my friend.

    Mike

  3. Mike Farrell July 10, 2019 at 12:42 am - Reply

    Steve,

    You were(are)a wonderful man. We have worked together in several different capacities over the past 30 years. It is not hyperbole to say you are one of the finest physicians I have known. You know when you started working in the business end of medicine I was disappointed that the people of Richmond lost such a gifted clinician. But, to my surprise, you remained the same smart, caring, curious and involved person I knew before. I have never before or since spoken to a to a business man doctor who listened who cared about the patient like you. You are( were) unique.

    Your legacy though is so much more than your work. Thank you for inviting me into a closer relationship with your family through your daughter and wife. Your character lives on in the goodness that is clearly evident in the people you loved and who loved you.

    You will not be replaced.

    Rest well my friend.

    Mike

  4. Kimie July 12, 2019 at 5:38 pm - Reply

    I don’t know what to say except that I am glad I got the chance to know him. Even in the unfortunate circumstance, he was ever the optimist and always sporting that big smile. My prayer are with his family, his spirit will live forever in your hearts.

    Kimie

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