Stephen A. Maugeri Apr 17, 2017 - Apr 17, 2017
james mason says:Submitted on: Apr 22, 2017
Mr. Maugeri had a way of bringing our lessons to life like no one else could! Every day was so much fun, most of us probably didn't even realize how much we were learning. We learn best when it's fun and adventurous. He was an excellent teacher and wonderful human being!
Sharon & Joe says:Submitted on: Apr 21, 2017
We were so sad to hear of the loss of Mr. Maugeri he was such an integral part of our daughter's education and such a caring and all around phenomenal person/teacher. We will always remember Mr. Maugeri’s smile and positive attitude. We are so sorry and send our deepest sympathy, the Lombardo Family.
Diane Hays McCrossan says:Submitted on: Apr 20, 2017
I'm so saddened to hear about Mr. Maugeri's passing. He was my teacher at Wallingford Elementary School from 1973-75 during a new integrated grades class. He was a great teacher and so much fun back then....allowing us to have a porcupine, a skunk, and some other animals. We were allowed to work out in the hallways. We just thought it was the best and that we had the coolest teacher. I wish him and your family peace. I know he will forever be a fond memory in so many of his students' hearts.
Darrell Blair says:Submitted on: Apr 20, 2017
First let me say how sorry we are to hear of Steve's illness and passing. He was such a loving and generous person. Justin, Adam you may know the saying that it takes a village to raise a family. Well, your dad and mom were a part of my village. Your dad helped my son, Chet and daughter Devon find themselves and to be comfortable in their own skins. He was instumental in the development of the adults they are today. He will be sorely missed by all the students and parents he touched. God bless you and know that your dad is always with you. With our deepest sympathy. Mrs Darrell Blair
Sally Thomas says:Submitted on: Apr 20, 2017
My deep condolences to the entire family. While I did not know Stepehn, I am a close friend with his sister Donna, who often spoke fondly of Stephen and his family. Offering prayers and peace to all of you as you go through this time of grieving.
Stephen A. Maugeri died peacefully April 17, 2017 at his home in Garnet Valley, after a courageous battle with cancer. His wife Judi and sons Justin and Adam were by his side. Stephen was raised and educated in Philadelphia and resided in Garnet Valley for the past 23 years. He was a graduate of Bishop Neumann High School and earned his BA Degree from Cheyney University and his Master’s Degree in Education from Temple University. Stephen continued his education earning a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from Villanova University. He was retired from the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District, where he taught and inspired many students over the course of his career. Stephen was also a court crier for the President Judge at the Media Court House, a member of the Bethel Township Sewer Authority, and a Lieutenant in the Delaware County Sheriff Reserve Unit. He had a black belt in Karate, enjoyed driving his Corvette, and vacationing at the beach.
Stephen was a loving husband, son, father, brother, and uncle who loved spending time with family, his 2 dogs, and his friends. Throughout his battle with cancer he remained upbeat and positive. To his credit he never let cancer rule his life. He strived to live his life to the fullest and he did that every day. Stephen had a great sense of humor and loved to make people laugh. His favorite holidays were Halloween and Christmas and he decorated his house to the fullest! He loved that fact that people drove by to see his lights. In the summer, he loved working in his garden and sharing his veggies with everyone.
He was the son of the late Fredrick Maugeri.
SURVIVORS: His beloved wife of 28 years: Judith (Covert) Maugeri; 2 loving sons: Justin and Adam Maugeri; mother: Marie Filippone Maugeri; sister: Donna Palazzo (Mitchell); brother-in-law: John Covert (Ginny); nephew: Mitchell Palazzo (Kristen); nieces: Chelsea Palazzo, Elise Covert, and Sarah Covert; and great nephew: Mitchell John Palazzo.
VISITATION: Friday evening from 6-8:00 pm and Saturday morning from 10:00-10:45 am at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home, Ltd., 5980 Chichester Ave., Aston, PA. MEMORIAL SERVICE: Memorial service will be held Saturday at 11:00 am at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home Ltd. BURIAL: PRIVATE. In Lieu of Flowers: Memorial donations may be made to Crozer Keystone Hospice, 200 West Sproul Road, Springfield, PA 19064 or the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org.
Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home
Begins: Apr 22, 2017 11:00am - 11:30am5980 Chichester Ave
Aston, PA 19014