Steven Siganuk

Obituary of Steven Siganuk

Steven “Steve” Siganuk, long-time Westville resident who loved music and sports and traveling, died peacefully on Jan. 23. He was 69. Steve is survived by his cherished wife of 43 years, Joanne (Salvatore). He also is survived by his dear brother Andy Siganuk (Nancy) and dear sister Cindy Huber (John) as well as 10 nieces and nephews and 16 great-nieces and great-nephews. He was pre-deceased by his loving parents Andrew and Nancy Siganuk. Steve was born in Philadelphia and raised in Deptford. He graduated from Deptford High School. He was an accomplished bass-guitar player who loved performing with his brother Andy in the band, T.K. and the Howlers. Steve had a life-long passion for music and was especially fond of The Beatles. Steve and Andy also shared a favorite hobby of Civil War re-enactment, serving with the 12th New Jersey regiment at several events over the years. Steve and his sister Cindy shared a love for animals. Steve and his wife Joanne were the loving caretakers over the years of Samoyed-breed dogs named Coke, Whitey, Montana and Frankie as well as birds named Sinbad and Sharky and a cat named Elvira. Steve was a fun-loving person who enjoyed cheering for Philadelphia teams, especially the Eagles. His favorite game-day apparel was a Kelly-green, No. 21 Eric Allen replica jersey that he wore for years and years and considered a “good luck charm” for his beloved Birds. Steve and Joanne enjoyed the Jersey shore and loved to travel, especially to Cozumel in Mexico. Steve was a veteran scuba diver who loved to explore the clear, Caribbean Sea waters during vacations to Cozumel. Steve retired in 2019 after a long and successful career working for Joule/System One, an industrial contracting company. Steve always will be remembered as a music aficionado, die-hard Philadelphia sports fan and warm and happy presence around his family and friends. Per Steve’s wishes, funeral arrangements will be private. share the memories … share love … ShareLife® at
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