Love and memories last forever...
  • 78 years old
  • Born on April 1, 1939 .
  • Passed away on January 27, 2018 .

Steven J Blasky, Jr, 78, long time resident of Sewell, NJ, died peacefully Saturday January 27, 2018 in Englewood, NJ, surrounded by his family. Steve was the loving husband of Barbara (Pipitone) Blasky. They shared everything during their 27 years of marriage, including a kidney. They truly were a perfect match.

Son of the late Steven J Blasky, Sr and Anna (Hominac) Blasky, Steve was born in Philadelphia, PA. He graduated from South Philadelphia High School, attended Philadelphia Art School and the Owens Institute of Massage.

Steve served in the US Army from 1962 to 1964 and was a member of the Army Reserves until 1968. He worked in Cherry Hill, NJ, as a meat cutter for 30 years. He was also a respected brother of the Hiram Gothic Masonic Lodge #81, located in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA.

Steve was a massage therapist and Reiki Master, known for his unique way of comforting others. He was an artist who used his work as a healing modality and was recognized in various art exhibitions.

Steve is survived by his wife Barbara Blasky and sister Dolores Romaniello; his daughter Susan Simpson Reithmayr (Matthew); his step-daughter Nicole Stokley (Robert); daughters Pamela Reed (Roger) and Cathy Bennett; grandchildren Tyler, Aiden, Hazel, Stephanie & Joanna; many cousins, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents and loving sister, Dorothy Malvestuto.

Steve was a kind man, known for his generosity and laughter. Dearly loved by his family and friends, he will be in their hearts forever. At Steve’s request, the family will hold a private celebration of his life at a later date.

For those who wish to make a donation in honor of Steve’s legacy, please contribute to Best Friends Animal Society at www.bestfriends.org.

Posted by Joan Boarts on 24th March 2018
Steve was one of a kind person who was helpful in many ways. He was also a very complex person and knew things many of us will never understand. He once asked me what I would like and my reply was, to have your mind for one day. Afterward I wondered if that could have occured, what would have happened to me. Steve you were a good husband, good father, grandfather, and best of all, my friend.

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