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Steven T. McAleer

Steven T. McAleer

Wednesday, December 30th, 2020
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Steven T. McAleer, 36, of Boston, formerly of Maynard, a carpenter in the construction industry, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, December 30, 2020. He is the beloved son of Ellen (Murphy) and Steven McAleer of Maynard.

An avid sports fan of the N.E. Patriots and the Boston Red Sox, Steven was an animal lover who enjoyed camping, fishing, and movies.

He is survived by his parents Ellen and Steve; his sister Kathryn Warren and her husband Philip; his Aunts and Uncles Ruth Ann Riley, Walter Murphy and his wife Gera, Tom McAleer, Frances McAleer, Rosemarie Dunnigan and her husband Michael, Nancy Herrick and her husband Bruce, Jean Keen and her husband Todd. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Albert and Elaine Murphy; Thomas and Rose McAleer.

Due to restrictions imposed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, visitation at the Acton Funeral Home, his funeral Mass in St. Bridget Church in Maynard and burial at Glenwood Cemetery are all private.

In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Steven may be made to MSPCA at Nevins Farm, 400 Broadway, Methuen, MA 01844.
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Service Details

  • Service

    St. Bridget's Church
    1 Percival Street
    MAYNARD, MA 01754
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    Rev. Gerald Souza
  • Interment

    Glenwood Cemetery
    Parker Street
    MAYNARD, MA 01754
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Posted at 11:40am
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Kindred Family

Posted at 05:13am
Sending our heartfelt condolences to your family during this sad and difficult time. No words will ever remove the pain of losing someone deeply loved but each day may God give the comfort and strength needed to cope as well as your loving memories that you will always treasure. Steven touched the lives of others and will always be lovingly remembered.


Posted at 12:59pm
Steve, Ellen, Katie

I am so sorry to hear the passing of Steve. I have been speechless for days now hearing of the passing of one of my best friends. I loved hanging out with Steve from the day we meet in Elementary school. We shared so many memories / Stories together growing up. I always called Steve a TRUE friend. Steve will Forever Be In My Heart.
Jon Gorman

Kathryn Warren (sister) Posted at 01:17pm

Thanks, Jon. I know how close you were with Stevie and that you’re one of his oldest friends. Thank you for sharing and for thinking of us during this difficult time.

Rosie & Sajed Kamal

Posted at 01:12am
Dear Ellen, Steven and Katie, We are very saddened to hear from Rose about Stevie's passing. Though we haven't seen Stevie in the recent years, we remember him fondly as a child and have a particularly joyful memory of him from a summer day with the cousins at Rose and Mike's swimming pool. We know that nothing will make up for his loss. But we hope you all are comforted with knowing that he was loved and with many memories. Our heartfelt sympathies and love, Rosie, Sajed and Ashok

Joyce Gorman

Posted at 01:22pm
Ellen and Steve,
I'm so deeply sorry that you have to go through a hearbreak like this. Steve was such a comical kid. He liked to make people laugh. He will be missed.
I'll keep you all in my prayers.

Joyce Gorman

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