Stephen Adolph Moglia

| 01 Mar 2022 | 03:47

Stephen Adolph Moglia passed away on February 21, 2022 after a long battle with cancer which he fought until the very end. He was 60 years old.

The son of the late Adolph and Jean (Kirschner) Moglia, both locally known as part owners of the Evergreen Restaurant in Milford, PA., Stephen was born on February 27, 1961 in Port Jervis, N.Y.

He attended Delaware Valley High School and continued his studies at Penn State University before receiving his degree from Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Stephen most recently worked as a payroll coordinator for Orbcomm, although his true passion was dj’ing parties as “DJ Mogs.” He was a member of St. Joseph’s R.C. Church in Matamoras, Pa., and a former member of the Port Jervis Lodge of Elks, #645, B.P.O.E.

Stephen was an avid sports fan. He loved the NY Giants and Boston Red Sox, and listening to Bruce Springsteen. He was a pizza connoisseur, and enjoyed golfing and going to concerts. But most importantly, he was a proud father.

Stephen was blessed with a large and loving network of family and friends. To know Stephen, was to love him. His smile was contagious and his heart was made of gold.

The family would like to thank everyone who has prayed and reached out to Stephen over the past few years. It was truly that love and support that kept him going even in the toughest times. No one had a better outlook on life or will to keep living.

Stephen is survived by his daughter Brooke Curcio and her husband Joseph; his son Thomas Moglia and his companion Madison; his former wife, Dawn Terracino Moglia; his five brothers and their spouses, William and Bernadine Moglia, Michael and Tiffany Moglia, Joseph and Jocelyn Moglia, Mark and Tammy Moglia and Anthony Moglia; his nieces and nephews Michelle Moglia and Jimmy Jung, Bobby and Stephanie Moglia, Bryan Moglia, Erik Moglia, Emily Moglia, Taylor Moglia, and Nicholas Moglia; his step mother Ellen Moglia; his uncle and aunt, Emil and Arlene Moglia; his aunt, Betty Smith; his best friends/brothers R.J. Calestini and Mark Seasholtz; his mother-in-law, Mary Terracino; and numerous cousins and extended family members.

Visitation and funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 26 at the Knight-Auchmoody Funeral Home, followed by interment at the Milford Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks for any donations to go to the American Kidney Fund (11921 Rockville Pike Suite 300, Rockville, MD 20852-9813), a cause near and dear to Stephen’s heart since receiving kidney transplants from his brothers Michael (4/1/96) and Joseph (6/5/06).