Steven Christopher Stamas Lifelong resident of Lowell, MA

May 26, 1955 -
September 28, 2023



Wednesday October 4, 2023

10:00 am


374 Stevens Street Lowell, MA 01851

Funeral Details


Steven Christopher Stamas, 68, of Lowell, MA, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, September 28, 2023.

Born in Lowell, MA, he was the son of the late Christos and Helen (Bomil) Stamas.

Steven graduated from Lowell High School with the class of 1973.  He worked in the Lowell area as a contractor for many years. Steven was also a member of the Lowell Firefighters Club. Some of the things that Steven enjoyed most were traveling, especially to the Caribbean where he loved sailing. He was also an avid Boston sports fan and always enjoyed listening to music.

Steven is survived by his brother Philip Stamas of Lowell, MA, his three sisters; Christine Stamas of Orlando, FL, Eleanor Stamas of Allyn, WA, and Alexandra Stamas, and his nieces, nephew, and many loving cousins.



Steven Stamas, Lowell, MA died September 28, 2023. Funeral Wednesday, October 4, 2023 10:00 a.m. at St. Margaret of Scotland Parish.  ARRANGEMENTS BY Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home.

4 responses to “Steven Christopher Stamas Lifelong resident of Lowell, MA”

  1. Pat Othen says:

    Dearest Steve we lived and partied like no other ,what a ball we had on ‘Sunspot ‘ Yacht in the Caribbean 1984 we were two of a kind living the dream, every day we laughed and drank and sailed and swam and danced and partied .

    The best days of our lives which we will always remember .Now you are as free as the wind to go wherever you want baby Go Steve with the wind in your wings .
    Love from yer ole shipmate ,cook and bottle washer .Pat Othen xxxx

  2. Eileen Haley says:

    Steve was a great man! He was intelligent, kind and very respectful! He was a man of many talents. When my brother Jack and Steve would stop by they’d always find something to fix. He could figure a way to fix anything. Steve and Jack were best friends and he spent many holidays at our house. He’d give me cooking tips that I’ll always remember! He was so appreciative and thankful, but it was us that enjoyed and appreciated his company and his knowledge of any topic brought up in conversation.
    He could recite the stats of any athlete in any sport!
    Steve never had a conversation about our family, whether it be our kids or grandkids, without a compliment about them. He followed their sports and school accomplishments and remembered to congratulate them even if it happened months before. He was ALWAYS respectful and caring to our mother before she passed away. He was a thoughtful and caring person.
    Steve and Jack were always together. The last few years his best friend, Jack took him to all his doctor appointments and checked up on him every day. Steve will be greatly missed by our family, but no one will miss him more than his buddy and Best Friend, Jack! We love you Steve!
    Rest in Peace our good friend!

  3. Jim Haley says:

    Our family was deeply saddened to hear of Steve’s passing. He was a good friend that I’ll truly miss. I’ll always remember the great times at Hampton Beach, Red Sox games and our family gatherings that you were always welcome to join. We all loved your company and enjoyed your travel stories, especially the Caribbean sailing stories. I appreciate how you checked up to see how I was doing when I wasn’t feeling my best. You were sincere, caring and kind to my family and I’m going to miss seeing
    Dear Steve, until we meet again… may God hold you in the palm of His hand!
    Love you Stevie!!!

  4. Pat Othen says:

    Hey Jack remember me ,Pat from England ,I stayed in Smith St with Steve and Beaver ,you 2 guys were always together ,you were like brothers ,I am so sorry for your loss Jaki.

    Lovely words your sister Eileen said about Steve .may he Rest in Peace ,xx

    Love and condolences to Beaver .

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