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Stephen Patrick Loveall

March 3, 1965 ~ February 9, 2022 (age 56)

Obituary

Stephen Patrick Loveall, 56, died on February 9, 2022 in Jacksonville, Florida after a short but courageous battle with ALS. His family was at his side. Born on March 18,1965 at Orange County Hospital in Paoli, Indiana. Steve was the son of Patricia and Dennis Loveall. He graduated from Paoli High School in 1983 after which he joined the US Navy. STSCS (SS) Stephen Loveall served his country proudly in the Navy for 20 years. After retirement from the Navy in February of 2004 he continued to serve his country as a civilian instructor at the Undersea Warfighting Development Center in Norfolk, Virginia. Retired in July of 2021 after a total of 37 years of serving in and for the US Navy Antisubmarine Warfare Community. He was awarded with the Civilian Service Commendation Medal for meritorious achievement. Steve was a devoted husband to his wife of 27 years, Denise (Dimmock) and loving father to his 3 children Chandler, Aaron, and Ashley of whom he was so very proud. Steve is survived by his mother Patricia Loveall, his sister Lynnae Loveall, and her husband Jack Viadoy. He was preceded in death by his father Dennis Loveall. He shared with his family his love for Christmas lights, all things basketball, Indycar, and Nascar racing. His enthusiasm for life, his humor, his generous, and compassionate nature will be missed by all those who knew him. Steve will be buried at the Jacksonville National Cemetery with Military Honors on Wednesday March 2, 2022 at 2pm. In lieu of followers, donations can be made in Steve’s memory to the ALS foundation Florida Chapter by visiting this link: https://www.als.org/florida/donate. The Loveall family would like to thank all our friends and family for all the prayers and support over the past year.

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Services

Military Honors
Wednesday
March 2, 2022

2:00 PM
Jacksonville National Cemetery 178071MH Interment (Jacksonville National Cemetery)

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