Stephen L. Page Obituary, Death Cause –On May 20, 2023, Stephen L. Page, who resided in Wallingford and was 74 years old, passed away as he was surrounded by his devoted family. Now that he has passed away, he is finally able to be with the one he loved the most, his wife Sharyn. She passed away on April 23, 2023. Steve Page was the son of the late Charles Page and the late Shirley Page (Lindsay), and he was born on February 28, 1949 in West Springfield, Massachusetts. Before relocating to Wallingford with his family, Steve had spent his formative years in the town of Milton, Massachusetts.
At Lyman Hall High School, Steve excelled in multiple sports, particularly baseball and soccer. He was a hard-hitting third baseman and the team captain for the baseball team, and he was a tenacious defender for the soccer squad. Steve’s athletic career continued at Southern Connecticut State University, where he was a starter all three years, finished his college career with a lifetime batting average higher than.300, and was awarded captain and Most Valuable Player in his final season.
After completing his education, he went back to work at the high school he had attended as a teacher and coach, most notably serving as the head coach of the school’s soccer team for a total of eight seasons. After 35 years, Steve decided to call it quits in 2006 and is now a very proud member of the 2003 Hall of Fame Class. Even when he was relaxing, Steve remained a fierce competitor. He played golf and darts with a lot of passion and was rather good at both. Both he and Sharyn had a passion for exploration, and they spent a lot of time in Las Vegas and St. Kitts. Steve also had a passion for fishing, and he would gladly accompany anyone who was interested in going fishing and teach them how to tie flies.