Stephen Chiarle, age 48 of Cape May Court House, passed away on Sunday, November 24, 2019. Stephen worked as a construction laborer, and previously as a transporter for Cape Regional Medical Center. He also served in the US Army, volunteered at Family Success Center in Rio Grande, but most importantly was a loving, fully dedicated Dad and Poppop. Stephen is survived by his significant other Victoria Ehrenberg; children Cortney (Tom) Perry, Kristen Chiarle (Bobby Miller), Stephen Chiarle Jr, Michael Chiarle, Joseph Chiarle, Kathryn Chiarle, Aubrey Hewitt, and Natalia Chiarle; step-children Laura (Jeremy) Messick, Chad Lindholm, and Matthew Lindholm; grandchildren Ava, Kaylee, Bobby III, Emma, Brooke, Gavin, Jeremy, and expecting grandchildren Kylie and Emmalyn (2020); and sister Dawn Carlson. A memorial service for Stephen will be held at 4:00pm on Friday, December 6 th, 2019 at the Lighthouse Church, 1248 Route 9S, Cape May Court House, NJ; friends may call one hour prior to service from 3pm – 4pm. Condolences can be shared atwww.EvoyFuneralHome.com
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