Stephen M. Duhamel

1964 ∼ 2019

Kimm Bonner of Boston, MA wrote:

We will be there. Thinking of good memories from happier times. Xoxo

Lynda DuShane wrote:

Lori, and all your family, I’m so sorry to learn of Stephen’s passing and pray that God’s Love and the strength of your family sustains each of you, now and always.

Denise Whiting of Bridgewater, MA wrote:

I am sorry for your loss and send my condolences. I was a classmate and also worked with his Mom Betty and sister Lori Ann at the Standish Grille for many years.

Becky Jones wrote:

Jim, please accept my condolences for you and your family. Steve was someone I truly enjoyed knowing during our years at THP. He always had such a happy, easy-going can-do attitude, a devilish smile, contagious chuckle and a wicked sense of humor that made me leave every conversation with a smile. I never recall him being stumped or flustered. No matter what problem occurred, he would develop a slick, beautiful resolution and implement it, usually within minutes, that beat anything anyone else could've done. He was infinitely curious, and had a wealth of knowledge about so many things, and it was always a real joy to find time to have conversations and debates with him about random subjects. I especially recall the relationship between you, and your anecdote from childhood of looking out the window at night, noticing Steve looking up at the sky, and asking what he was doing. You said he gave you long, but interesting monologue about the stars and astronomy while you tried not to fall asleep on the window sill. You told me that his interest and enthusiasm were so apparent it drew you in, so you fought to stay awake till he was finished. What I recall most is that you said that night was when you first understood how unique and special your big brother was. It was clear to everyone that worked with you both, that Steve thought of you the same way. May you always see Steve when you look at the stars, and feel his appreciation and enthusiasm within you.

Schuyler Rhyddyd of Fitchburg wrote:

"The stars reach down to kiss you, And I lie awake and miss you. Pour me a heavy dose of atmosphere. I'll doze off safe and soundly, But I'll miss your arms around me. I'd send a postcard to you dear, 'Cause I wish you were here." Goodbye Smidgen, Love Snippet

Matthew Jaquith of Springfield Mass. (EBHS, class of 1984) wrote:

My condolences to the family. Stephen was remarkably talented, and inspired many of us in youth with his talent, insights, and ability. Plus, he was just funny! I'm very sorry to hear of his passing.

Wendy Chapman of Keene, NH wrote:

RIP my beautiful friend. You brought so much joy to so many! I will always remember you fondly. So heartbroken you are gone now.

Kat P. of Somerville, MA wrote:

Many condolences to the Duhamel Family on this sad occasion. So sorry to hear of Stephen's passing. He will be missed and we will all treasure our memories of him. He had a heart of gold despite his many health obstacles. His wit, intelligence and forward thinking were always entertaining and stimulating. Memory Eternal.

Aili Taber of Largo, FL / East Bridgewater, MA wrote:

I was one lucky kid to grow up in EB surrounded by really good people and friends. It's amazing to me the, i'll refer to us as eclectic, group of kids and adults we are. So many I think are truly above the average in artistic talents and intellect. Intelligent with a wicked sense of humor and genuinely good soul, we were blessed to have known you. The physical world will be much less interesting without you. The sun will shine a little less bright without your smile. My love to you, your family and friends.

Nicholas Manganiello wrote:

Was fun going to school and growing up with you Steve .

Kathleen Weidenfeller of Lahti Finland wrote:

I was a classmate of Steven’s, EBHS class if 1982. I remember his wit, and his determination, as well as his sharp mind. I enjoyed reconnecting with Steven in the past few years in social media, where it was evident that his wit had not dulled over the years. My sincerest condolences to Steven’s family on your loss.

Gloria & David Perez of East Bridgewater wrote:

Our sincerest sympathy to the entre Duhamel Family. Sending love and prayers!