Steven K. Vokey
1965 ∼ 2020
Lynn Briggs of Falmouth, MA wrote:
Our sincerest and deepest condolences to Betty and all of the Vokey family. The Briggs’
Malcolm and Joan Thureson of Hanover, MA wrote:
We are so very sorry for the loss of your son, brother and uncle. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this sad and difficult time, Love
Alves Family of Mansfield, MA wrote:
We are so deeply sorry for your loss and thinking of you all Love-Paul, Raina, Monica & Samantha
Glenn & Heidi Fazzino of Mashpee wrote:
When a lifelong friend is no longer here all we have is the memories. Glenn has so many of those that will be remembered forever. Steve was always making us laugh and would always play with our sons when they were little throwing them high in the air or making them laugh until they had to stop to take a breath! A fun loving, caring, free spirit Steve you will be missed. Rest In Peace friend. ❤️
Daniel Delisle of Marina del Rey, California wrote:
So sad to hear about Steve, I have so many fond memories of him, always jovial, and joking around, always in a good spirit, I wish I could be there to say goodbye. So long Steve rest in peace.
John and Joan Lamont of Duxbury wrote:
Kristen, Our hearts go out to you at this most painful time. He is in a better place, and may God bless you all with the strength and grace to get through the mourning process.
Polly Marshall of Brockton MA wrote:
My deepest sympathy goes out to his family. May he rest in peace.
Nancy A. Banville of Poway, CA wrote:
Rest peacefully, my old time friend. You always could make me laugh. I miss that.
Judith RODERICK of East falmouth ma wrote:
It is with heavy SADDENED hearts I send my DEEPEST sympathies 2 the vokey family mother Betty, sister kristin & John & brother Brian Ann & I are shocked & saddened by your resent loss May GOD B WITH U ALL AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME STEVE WAS FUN & FULL OF LIFE FRIEND & PERSON HE WILL CERTAINLY BE MISSED GOD REST HIS SOUL & MAY GOD BE WITH HIS FAMILY AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME WITH DEEPEST SYMPATHIES THE RODERICK - DUMAINE FAMILY !
Sandy Sweeney of Falmouth MA wrote:
Steve was a charmer, there was just somethimg about him that set himself apart. Over the years I didnt see him often but when I did no matter how long it had been, a day, 10yrs. He always hugged me, ribbed me alittle and he always gave the best hugs... He will be missed by me God Bless you all
Arinda Bowman of Falmouth wrote:
So sorry for your loss. John and I graduated together in 1982, there are no words to say. Steven was too young. May he Rest In Peace. May you find comfort in all your memories. Sending love and prayers to you all. Arinda Bowman
Sandra Gault wrote:
We didn’t get to chat too often, but when we did it was fun and laughs. Steve was a great story teller with an infectious laugh. May he Rest In Peace.
Holly Albanese of East Bridgewater Ma wrote:
Betty you raised a good guy there is always a special place in my heart for him . I am so sorry for you and your families loss.
joe burkhart of crittenden, ky wrote:
the memories of hanging out back in our youth. the road trips. the concerts. all good times. you will be missed Steve. rest in peace my friend.
John Thackston of East Falmouth wrote:
Steve was always there making us smile will never forget the show he put on with the garter at Bonnie and my wedding still makes me laugh thinking about it RIP
Caleb & Sara Giguere of Wenham wrote:
Dear John, Rachael & Sara- Our thoughts & prayers are with your family. We are sorry for your loss. We wish you memorable times with your family as you grieve together and remember the fun guy Steve was. He was kind, thoughtful & silly. Always friendly & smiling. We're sorry he was taken too soon.
Desi Sullivan of Falmouth wrote:
So sad. I’ve always cherished our childhood years . The “maravista crew”. So many memories. Rest In Peace my friend.
Kim Mcneil of Mashpee wrote:
So sorry for the loss of steve.I had the pleasure of working with steve at the done restaurant,for 6 years.He helped mentor my son chris along side of his buddy steve fish.They always had me laughing and helped keep the kitchen running smoothly..Thank you steve for all the fond memories.Rest in peace.
Sue Rose of Falmouth wrote:
Betty & Family, I’m so sorry for your loss. May all your memories help you through this sad time.
The Lyons Family of Plymouth, Ma wrote:
We had the pleasure of spending time with Steve throughout the years as he helped raise his nieces. Our children played together for many years. Steve adored his family. He was so caring, patient, devoted & so much fun to be around. Best Uncle Ever!! We’ll miss his contagious smile. Our hearts go out to you & hope you find comfort in the memories you shared together.
Victor j Kester Sr of East Falmouth, MA wrote:
May God Bless Steve’s Journey Home, and May he dwell in the house of the Lord for Eternity
Kelly and Jordan Geist of Teaticket wrote:
We are missing Steve and our road will never be the same without him. He was the best neighbor and a great friend. We loved when he would pop over on a summer night to share some laughs around the fire. It was always obvious how much he loved his family, especially his nieces and nephew. They brought him such joy and he loved to brag about them. We will always remember him with smiles and love.
Dennis Podielsky of Falmouth, Ma wrote:
John, was sad news to hear of your loss. Condolences to your family.
Helen Rapoza of Mashpee MA wrote:
Please accept my heartfelt condolences dear Betty, John and family. I am so sorry for your loss. He sounds like such a great guy and a loving member of your family.