Steven Babcock 56,
Of Waltham was born to eternal life on Thursday morning at Care Dimensions in Lincoln after a period of illness.
Steven was born in Brookline and was raised in Waltham and then moved to Weston for about fourteen years and eventually moving back to Waltham.
He was dedicated long time member of the Nonantum Boxing Club which was his pride and joy. It was his personal goal to make the 5:45am class Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings. He had a passion for Boxing. Steve also loved his sports be it The Red Sox, The Patriots and his favorite, The Boston Bruins. He enjoyed coaching youth sports especially when his twins were involved, and supporting at his kids at their sport games.
You could ask anyone who knew Steve, he had the best characteristic a person could have, he never spoke about other people, he was extremely respectful of others one of the traits that surely most have contributed to his success in business and in life.
He was well known throughout the local construction trade as a self employed plasterer who was known for the quality of his work of 43 years.
Fearlessly loyal and hardworking were the tenets of his life and he used as guideposts in his career, He always had a big appetite and loved going out for breakfast.
He was the son of the late Thomas Babcock and brother of the late Tom Babcock, Jim of Brockton, Bill from Brockton, Paul from Montana, Walter from Middleboro Karen Petit from Carver, Wendy Connors from Middleboro, Pamela Davison from Taunton and Arthur from Brockton
Steven is survived by the Lights of his life his twins, Adahlia of Billerica & Stephen Babcock of Waltham, his Mother Lillian ( Mae ) Babcock of Middleboro, his former wife Josie Babcock, his siblings Karen, Wendy, Pamela, Thomas, Jim, Bill, Paul, Walter and Arthur
In addition he leaves Many Nieces & Nephews and Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and a close group of friends.
A Celebration of his life will be held in the “ Mary Catherine Chapel “ of the Brasco & Sons Memorial, 773 Moody Street, Waltham Tuesday morning at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow at Mount Feake Cemetery, Waltham. Relatives & Friends are respectfully invited to attend visiting hours in the Brasco & Sons Memorial, 773 Moody Street, Waltham on Monday from 5-8 p.m. Parking attendants will be on duty.
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