Stephen Liparini

Stephen Liparini, 30, loving husband and father of two daughters, passed away on November 28, 2020. Steve was born on February 6, 1990 to Stephen and Lori Liparini. Steve graduated  from Northern Valley Demarest High School and attended Muhlenberg College, where he played football. He was employed as a union carpenter in New York City. 

He is survived by his loving wife, Julia (married  September 1, 2017) and their two beautiful daughters, Viviana and Giana. He leaves his father, Stephen, stepmother Zaida Soto-Liparini and siblings Michael, Matthew, Lori, James,step-brother Alex and step-sister Elena. He also leaves his mother, Lori, Jeff Bellusci, and grandfather Roger Regensburg, who affectionately called him “Ace.” Steve also leaves behind his in-laws, Gary and Debbie Miuccio and their other children, Gary and Anthony.

Steve was a family man. He loved celebrations, holidays and family gatherings. He had a huge heart and was loved by many, a great and loyal friend. Steve was known for his charisma, sense of humor, infectious smile, athleticism and his kind and compassionate spirit. He was a young man with an “old soul” and a passion for nostalgia, traditions, music, food and “being Italian.”  Above all, he took great pride in being the best husband, father to his girls, son, big brother, in-law, and co-worker he could be. The day he left us put a hole in our hearts and he will be missed every day.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Pizzi Funeral Home in Northvale, NJ. Calling hours will be Wednesday from 3 to 6. Mass will be held on Thursday at 10 AM in St.  Cecilia‘s Church in Englewood. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donations to:


  1. Steve, You were a light in this world. You had a way of making everyone you loved feel special. You had the best taste in music and you could move to it!
    Your smile could light up a room and your physical strength and beauty also shined brightly.
    You adored your wife and your girls, and they cherished you. Hug Matt for us, you are missed and loved beyond your imagination. Your entire family, and all your many friends are heartbroken. Rest in Peace Steve. Fly with the Angels.
    Flo & Mike

  2. Georgette Presto

    May God help you all through this profound loss of someone so young and full of promise. My love and prayers to Julia and her two beautiful daughters, Viviana and Giana, along with the loving family and friends that surround them.
    Stephen and Zaida….know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    God Bless you all always!
    Georgette & Pat

  3. Roberta and Roy Pallarino

    Roy and I send our deepest sympathies to all of the family and friends. Such a tragic loss for so many. You will never be forgotten. Praying for your wife and children that they find the strength they need during this time. You are now an Angel in heaven and will forever watch over your beautiful family. God be with you always. Rest in peace. We send you our heartfelt Love.

  4. Dearest Stephen,
    You were the best nephew and cousin that we could have ever asked for. You always have and always will hold a special place in our hearts,There are so many fond memories of all that we have shared with you . You brought two beautiful angels into this world and we’re sure that you will always be watching over them and guiding them all through their lives. Stephen, we will love you and miss you always and forever. Rest In Peace together with Nana, Grandma and Uncle Bobby.

    Love always, Aunt DiDi, Uncle Vinny, Vincent and Emily

  5. Stephen,

    I meant Rest In Peace with Nana, GRANDPA and Uncle Bobby.

    Love you, Aunt DiDi

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