In Celebration of

Stephen (Steve) Carney

August 3, 1954 -  June 28, 2021

It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Stephen (Steve) Carney, aged 66, on Monday, June 28th, 2021.

Steve is survived by his loving wife Deborah, his beloved sons Robert, Shaun (Tammy) and Christopher (Keira), and his grandchildren, whom he doted over until his very last day, Kennedy, Ivy, and Payton.

Steve joins his late mother Denise and late father Robert Carney, and is survived by his brothers Denis, Kevin, Paul, John, and sisters Pat and Nancy. He leaves behind dozens of nephews, nieces, great nephews, and great nieces to mourn their beloved Uncle Steve.

Steve was a successful businessman from a young age. He had a natural gift for meeting new people and making them feel immediately comfortable. As such, he quickly grew a list of friends from coast to coast. As he aged, he took on more and more leadership roles where he would mentor junior salespeople. One of his proudest career achievements was when he started Carney Marketing and took it from a complete start-up to a successful business. When he was in the office, Steve was known to treat the CEO down to the person cleaning his floors, with the same level of respect and courtesy. He will be missed by many in his industry.

Steve wished for any donations to be made in his honour to his favourite charities, the Salvation Army and Doctors without Borders, which he frequently donated to, and supported throughout his life.

Due to COVID restrictions, a private Funeral Mass will take place on Friday, July 9th at Transfiguration of Our Lord Church in Etobicoke.
A livestream of the Funeral Mass will be available at 11am on Friday, July 9th:
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Funeral arrangements entrusted and flowers to be sent to the Turner & Porter "Peel Chapel", 2180 Hurontario St Mississauga, Telephone 905.279.7663.


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Bridget and Luther Miller (Friend)

Entered July 7, 2021 from Mississauga

Our deepest sympathies go out to Deborah and the entire family. Deborah and Steve - 2 of the kindest, most thoughtful people that I have ever met- such giving people - so well matched. Keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

Anna Viti 

Entered July 7, 2021

My deepest condolences to your family.
May the memories and love in your hearts carry you through this difficult time.
Anna Viti

Fran Reeves and Ben Reeves (Friends for 40 years)

Entered July 7, 2021 from Mississauga

Steve was always a smiling face that we could count on. Whether at a golf tourney
or when coming to see us in a sales capacity. Our deepest condolences to
Deb and family.

Ken Carney (Cousin)

Entered July 7, 2021 from Caledon

I am shocked and saddened by the passing of my Dear Cousin. I always felt such joy and comfort every time I saw him. I will miss him and his presence at our few and far between get together's.

Richard Arsenault (co worker)

Entered July 7, 2021 from ALLISTON

From the first day i met Steve, i knew i liked him. He had a certain humility about himself and as years went on, i felt like i knew him all my life. The office won't be the same without you. Great business man but an even better person. Rest in Peace my friend.


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