Condolence & Memory Journal

Sending the whole Zorn family all the love and support possible. What a wonderful young man gone way too soon. I am so sorry for your profound loss. He will live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved him. All my best to all of you always.

Posted by Richard Blake - Boston, MA - Friend   October 17, 2020

Doug, Debbie & Chelsea,
There are no words to sum up our devastation upon hearing of Stephen's passing. Please accept our most sincere condolences and know we are all praying for your family during this most difficult time. Although we are heartbroken we will cherish the many memories we have with Stephen. He will be forever in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Jeremy & Zory Pires - Madison, AL - Family Friend   October 16, 2020

Condolences on the loss of your beloved, Stephen. May his memories live in your hearts forever. Virtual hugs being sent from Florida!

Posted by Amy Miller - Parrish, Florida, FL - Acquaintance   October 16, 2020

Please accept my condolences . I'm so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May the word of God comfort and strengthen you. 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17

Posted by D T    October 16, 2020

Stephen worked as our Security Guard at Washington Beech Apts. He was well liked and did a wonderful job. He will be sorry missed. Our Hearts go out to his parents and sister. We will miss you Stephen from the ladies who sat downstairs in the Lobby.

Posted by Judith Arsenault - ROSLINDALE, MA - Friend   October 15, 2020

I remember Stephen when I coached him in rugby at Xaverian. He is an amazing man and I am so saddened by his loss. The world is a better place because of him.

Posted by Stephen Flaherty - Brookline, MA - Teacher   October 15, 2020

Debbie, Doug and Chelsea; I am so sorry for your loss. Stephen was a great young man. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Posted by Gene Santorelli - Holbrook, MA - Friend   October 15, 2020

The short time i knew Stephen i could see what a kind and caring person he was.So sorry

Posted by Dean Weinstein - Easton - Friend   October 14, 2020

With fond memories from his college recommendation:

"Steve's classroom participation is specifically impressive. Matching his strong physical presence, he is an ox willing to carry a conversation if it is needed. While thoughtful and humble, he is willing and able to get a conversation going. It is quite remarkable, actually; I appreciated his participation very much.

I also found that Steve's approach to writing was unique and inspirational. On his own, Steve would go the store to buy a newspaper so that he could read about current events and find the right stories to trigger thoughtful reflections that connected to the course material. That is an approach I have not seen before."

May you rest in peace, brother.

Posted by David Palmieri - Westwood, MA - Teacher   October 14, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the Zorn family.

Posted by Beth Dutra - Stoughton, MA - Acquaintance   October 14, 2020

Zorn Family, I am so incredibly heartbroken over your devastating loss. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers

Posted by Joanne Gallant - Stoughton, MA - Teacher   October 14, 2020

OUR hearts and prayers are with all of you words can not explain how saddened we are for all of you.
The Connaughton Family

Posted by Donna Connaughton - Stoughton, MA - friend   October 14, 2020

So very sorry for your loss Zorn family ❤ You are in our thoughts and prayers - The McGaughey Family

Posted by Cherie Mcgaughey - Stoughton, MA - Friend   October 14, 2020

My son Jack played rugby with Stephen and recalls his leadership when first going out for the team. Stephen's love of the game passed down to Jack who went on to play all through college and still today. My own family lost a loved one at 25 in a car accident so we know the terrible pain you are going through. My heart breaks for the entire family and the Xaverian Rugby community. May you be comforted by God's never-ending love and compassion.

Posted by Chuck Carmone - Foxboro, MA - Friend   October 14, 2020

My family and I wish to extend our condolences to Doug, Debbie and Chelsea, we are so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Kevin Gallagher - Stoughton, MA - Family Friend   October 14, 2020

I gasped when I heard the news of Stephen's passing. I remember him as a young Boy Scout working diligently on his merit badges and scout skills, impressing me equally with his knowledge, his drive, and his comportment. That he achieved Eagle Scout at the age of 16 is a mark of honor and achievement. My condolences to his family, most especially to mother Debbie with whom I associated on scout event planning, and to all his friends at this very sad time.

Posted by Joseph Yanikoski - Stoughton, MA   October 14, 2020

I am very sorry to hear of your loss. Stephen was a great kid and all of us are very saddened to hear of his passing.

Posted by Patrick Raeke - Stoughton, MA - Classmate   October 14, 2020

Deb, Doug and Chelsea, Our words cannot express the sorrow we feel for you for Stephen's unexpected passing but know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. We remember how hard Stephen worked on his eagle project at First UMC and are grateful for his generosity and labor of love. It is his continuing and lasting legacy to us. May God comfort you with many wonderful memories of his short life and work for others.

Posted by Mary & Joel Mann - Canton, MA - Friend   October 14, 2020

Debbie, Doug and Chelsea, There are no words! So very sorry! You all are in our thoughts and prayers! May all your wonderful memories of Stephen help you at this time.

Posted by Linda and Phil Poirier - Friend   October 14, 2020

I will have the entire Zorn family in my prayers. Stephen was a wonderful student and athlete at Xaverian. I have many find memories of Stephen from chemistry class and track. God Bless.

Posted by Ryan Howard - Westwood, MA - Teacher   October 14, 2020

Mr and Mrs Zorn, and Chelsea,
I am devastated by the news of Stephen's death. I loved being his coach for four years, watching him grow as a young man, and as a player, and seeing him fall in love with the game. He was a great representation of what Xaverian Rugby was about. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Judah Boulet - Smithfield, RI - Teacher   October 14, 2020

Dear Zorn Family,
I am heartbroken to learn of Stephen's passing. I have wonderful memories of him and you during his time at Xaverian. Please know that you all will be in my thoughts and prayers. Br. Joe Pawlika

Posted by Br. Joseph Pawlika - teacher   October 14, 2020

Deb, Doug & family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I remember how Stephen would always light up a room during any boyscout event. May all your sweet memories comfort you during this difficult time.

Posted by Lucy O'Connor - Stoughton, MA   October 13, 2020