Stephen P. Alicino

Born on November 17, 1945 in Bronx, New York
Departed in Palm Bay, Florida on June 9, 2020

Stephen Alicino, 74, of Cape Canaveral FL, passed away June 9, 2020 after a long illness.
“Steve” was born November 17, 1945 in the Bronx, NY, to the late Joseph F. and Loretta Alicino. Steve, their fourth child, was their second son, so his Dad called him “Even Stephen.” Later their family grew to include two more daughters, and eventually a second family after Loretta suddenly passed away in 1953.

Steve was a Real Estate agent and an entrepreneur. First in New Jersey, then after moving to South Florida in 1980, he and his wife Cindy, had operated Auto Insurance Agencies, and then he branched into other ventures and Real Estate. He started Pro Fantasy Tours, opening Joe Robbie Stadium in 1987. Steve grew up in New Jersey and was a graduate of South Plainfield (NJ) High School and East Texas State University. Steve served in the U.S. Army Reserves from 1963-1969 as a Radio Operator and Sharpshooter. A resident of Cape Canaveral, since 2002, Steve was a communicant and an Usher for Our Savior’s Catholic Church, Cocoa Beach, Fla.

Steve and his wife, Cindy were married 41 years on June 3, 2020. His survivors include his children and (grandchildren): son Stephen Alicino and Wendy (Leah Isabella); daughter Nicole and David Weinick, (Madison and Austin); daughter Donna Alicino and Andrew Brogan (Declan). Siblings and their spouses include: his sisters – Joan Greenberg, Regina Desvernine (Richard), Trish Orchard (Trevor), Andrea Murphy (Robert), Monica Alicino, and Veronica Alicino (Tim Hill); and his big brother, Joseph F Alicino, Jr. (Maureen). Step sisters include: Kathleen Nowak and Erin Flynn. He was predeceased by step brothers Peter A. Flynn, and John J. Flynn. With their blended family there are 25 nieces and nephews, and 35 grand nieces and nephews.

Steve was an avid NY Rangers and Panthers fan, and enjoyed horse racing. He loved trips to the Islands and Key West. Steve had a lot of great times with his friends and his dear family. You will be greatly missed, we all love you Steve.

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18 entries.
Ron Wattu from Silver Springs wrote on July 2, 2020:
Although it has been many years since I saw Steve, all I have is a TON of Great memories with Steve and Cindy. We sold cars together at King Fiat and he taught me a lot about sales and life itself. Just a good all around guy!!!
Pamela Will from San Rafael CA wrote on July 1, 2020:
Steve was a loving husband and father. He was always cheerful and optimistic. Very creative in business affairs. Steve adored Cindy and Donna and Donna and Drew’s new addition, their grandson. I will always remember Steve’s laughter and his devotion to his family. Hugs and kisses Cindy. May Steve’s love surround your heart always Cindy. Love you Cindy. Pam
Stephen Alicino from Paterson Nj wrote on July 1, 2020:
Dad I will miss you forever.
Trish Orchard from Pittsburgh, PA wrote on July 1, 2020:
Steve was my very first playmate, as he was less than three years older than I. He always felt responsible for me and had to convince the neighborhood boys to let me play cowboys (as a cowgirl), with them. When he eventually went off to kindergarten and left me home, I was so annoyed! Nevertheless, his protectiveness continued throughout the years and, when the time came, he patiently taught me how to drive. Although as adults we were no longer geographically close, the early connection never deminished. We all had hoped to have Steve in our lives much longer, but God, in his mercy, decided to bring him home. I’ll never forget being your sidekick, dear brother. Happy trails to you, until we meet again. Love and prayers to Cindy and to Steve’s many other loved ones.
Nicole Weinick from Myrtle Beach SC wrote on June 30, 2020:
I wish I could turn back time so I could see my Dad and tell him what a wonderful man he was! He was such a funny and caring person! I’m so sad he’s gone but I know he’s in a better place , pain free and looking down on us all with a big smile and watching over us all! I love you Dad!!! XOXO!!!
JoAnn Mount from Toms Rivetr wrote on June 30, 2020:
My deepest condolences to the entire Alicino Family - I was quite saddened by the news of Steves passing - I had the pleasure of meeting Steve approximately 42 years ago thru Cindy and enjoyed his kindness and hospitality every time we went to visit !! He always opened his door with such a feeling of warmth and fun and great times always !! Prayers to you all xo
Trish from Pittsburgh, PA wrote on June 30, 2020:
Steve was my very first playmate, as he was less than three years older than I. He always felt responsible for me and had to convince the neighborhood boys to let me play cowboys (as cowgirl), with them. When he eventually went off to kindergarten and left me home, I was so annoyed! Nevertheless, his protectiveness continued throughout the years and, when the time came, he patiently taught me how to drive. Although as adults we were no longer geographically close, the early connection never deminished. We all had hoped to have Steve in our lives much longer, but God, in his mercy, decided to bring him home. I’ll never forget being your sidekick, dear brother. Happy trails to you, until we meet again. Love and prayers to Cindy and to Steve’s many other loved ones.
Tom Paulin from San Mateo wrote on June 30, 2020:
Cindy / Donna. Thinking of you guys during this very troubling time and wishing you the best. One day at a time. RIP Steve. Tom Paulin
Deborah Aufiero from San Mateo wrote on June 30, 2020:
Steve was always upbeat and wearing a smile everyday of his life. Steve had a flare for a never ending stream of creative business ideas ; it was as though you could see the ticker tape of ideas streaming across his forehead every morning as he munched away on his McDonalds breakfast with OJ. Steve seemed to live life and his dreams to the fullest. Thinking of you "little sister Cindy" and my niece Donna during this difficult time. Love your sis Deb
Cindy A Alicino from CPE CANAVERAL wrote on June 30, 2020:
Great times we had , great memories I have now.I miss you Steve
Marianne Aufiero from Barnegat wrote on June 30, 2020:
Cindy, Donna,Declan & the Alicino Family, Sending love and prayers to give you peace and strength during your time of mourning. Steve loved to be around people and always had a good story to tell to make you feel comfortable and to have a good laugh. He will be missed! Love to all!
Phil Aufiero from Barnegat, NJ wrote on June 30, 2020:
I remember Steve as always having a smile on his face and making me laugh. We always had a great time together during visits. He and his friend John took my friend Bob and I to a Rangers game in NYC. We were probably 16. What a great memory. Love you Steve, you will be missed.
Suzanne Clemenza from Port St John wrote on June 29, 2020:
Steve it was a pleasure to have crossed paths with you..l did love your gift of gab. May you rest in peace with Lord and suffer no more. Don't worry l will do all that l can for Cyn and Donna. Hugs and Kisses❣
JoAnn from Mount wrote on June 29, 2020:
I was so deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Steve I grew up with Cindy and remember our very first meeting with Steve at the wobbly barn in Toms River and were friends ever since Steve would always name us laugh and always feel welcome when we came down to visit My deepest sympathies to Cindy and Donna and all of his extended family x o JoAnn
Carolyn and Bobby Blake from Gulfport, MS wrote on June 29, 2020:
Such a wonderful obituary. Steve will be missed by many. Hope you are doing well Cindy and Donna! Love you both.
Veronica Alicino from Los Angeles wrote on June 29, 2020:
Go with the Angels, my dear brother. We will miss you so much. RIP. You were such a special person and you have to me the gift of music at a very young age. You took time out to play Rock n Roll Records for a little. I will always love you.
Monica Alicino from New Orleans wrote on June 29, 2020:
Sobbing and smiling at the same time
Brenda Ricci from Hamilton NJ wrote on June 29, 2020:
We are so saddened by the passing of Steve. Condolences to the entire Alicino family. Steve was a very sweet and kind man. He always enjoyed having a great time. I will always remember our crazy adventures with Steve and Cindy...especially Key West. Rest In Peace. Brenda Ricci and family

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