Paul R. Stevens, 58, of Hamilton, NJ went to live with the angels on Sunday, November 6, 2022, after a long and courageous health battle. While he will be missed by many, we are thankful that he is reunited in heaven with his beloved mother, stepfather, and brother. Paul was born on June 27, 1964 in Paterson, NJ. He was a graduate of Trenton Central High School and worked for the State of NJ Motor Vehicle Services. When he retired, he moved to Brigantine, NJ and ultimately spent his last years in Las Vegas, Nevada. He enjoyed playing baseball as a child and participated in many softball leagues as an adult. He also enjoyed playing poker in the casinos. Paul had a huge personality. He loved to sing, dance, tell jokes, and he always made everyone around him laugh. He was always the life of the party! Paul loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them, especially during the holidays. He adored his three children and was a huge supporter of his son's project ManBoy Mafia, based in Las Vegas. During the last couple years of his life, Paul established a relationship with God and was proud to call himself a Christian. Our family and friends are grateful to know that Paul is finally at peace, resting in eternal paradise.
Paul was predeceased by his parents, Gloria (Caiola) Gervasio and Dominic Gervasio; his brother, John F. Stevens. Paul is survived by his father, John M. Stevens and his wife Joette; his sister, Linda Stevens Lucchesi; his former wife, Kathleen White Stevens; his three children, Shaun P. Stevens, Felicia L. Stevens and her partner Stevonn Charleston, Nicholas J. Stevens and his partner Alyssa Toth; his two grandchildren, Kingston V. Stevens and Angelea L. Maldonado; his stepsister, Ginny Gervasio-Bair and her husband Duane; his stepbrother, Thomas Gervasio; his stepbrother, Kirk Stevens; his sister-in-law, Lemonia Stevens; his brothers-in-law, Frank Lucchesi and David Tallone; his aunt, Rosemarie Dorobkowski; his caregivers, Carrie Sharoff, Hadeel Sharabas, Regina Harris, and Corey Johnson; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Family & friends are invited to join us for a celebration of Paul's life on Friday, November 18th at 6:30pm. The service will be held at Allentown Presbyterian Church, 20 High St, Allentown, NJ 08501.
Condolences for the family and donations to the Allentown Presbyterian Church may be arranged by calling (609)-577-2249