Surrounded by his loving family and friends Steven P. Lovendoski went home to the Lord on Thursday, March 28, 2019 at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa. He was 63. Steve was a longtime resident of Hainesport before recently moving to Sicklerville where he lived with his sister Judy Siatkowski. He was a truck driver for many years, he worked for Wood Haven Foods, (Sysco) delivering food to restaurants and later for R&R Trucking as a dump truck driver. Steve was an owner operator for several years and most recently had been employed by Penske.
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Steve loved watching NASCAR and was a big fan of Mark Martin. He enjoyed golfing and riding his Harley Davidson. In recent years Steve enjoyed going to the beach, crabbing and fishing. He also enjoyed spending time at the Casinos or hanging out at his friend Rob’s shop.
He enjoyed eating at the Truck Stop and the Westampton Diner and would enlist his children to go with him to share a meal.
Steve is preceded in death by his mother, Joan Malloy and his son, Scott Lovendoski of Ohio. He is survived by his father, Stanley Lovenduski (Patricia) of Merion SC. His children Christina Faulkner Calero, (Bruce) of California, Lindsay Lovendoski, Niki Lovendoski, (Nelson), Donna Matlack, (Pete), and his son Brandon Lovendoski., Five grandchildren, Brooklyn, Savannah, Devon, Angelina and Luci.
He also leaves behind his beloved brothers, James Malloy Lovendoski, London England, Kevin Lovendoski, Menheim, Pa., David Lovendoski, Florida and his loving sisters, Judy Siatowski, Sicklerville and Kazia Lovendoski Pierson of Merion SC., and his niece Alex Yates and nephew Wyatt Siatowski.
Funeral Services will be held on Friday April 5th at 8PM at the LEE FUNERL HOME, 317 High St., Mt. Holly. Relatives and Friends may visit with the family Friday evening from 6-8PM at the funeral home. Interment will be later in the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Marne Highway, Hainesport. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Steven can be made to American Kidney Foundation by visiting the American Kidney Fund Website, Email condolences to the family at leefuneralservice.com. Arrangements were made with Ed Kaelin III at the LEE FUNERAL HOME, Mt. Holly.