Steven D'Ascoli

May 23, 1964September 16, 2021

Steven D'Ascoli, age 57, of Denver, Colorado passed away on Thursday, September 16, 2021. Steven was born May 23, 1964.

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Michael Marrine

October 12, 2021

Imagine having the coolest friend in the whole wide world? Imagine finding out that that friends grandmother is sisters with your grandmother. I had no idea we were cousins. I was so lucky to have Steve as a cousin. Even more lucky to have him as a friend. Give my Grandma Lillian a big kiss Steve. Until I see you on the other side. You are loved and missed

Kirsten Spielmann

October 11, 2021

I am overwhelmed with sadness thinking of Steve departed. Many moons ago I was an addictions social work intern at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare & Steve was a wonderfully warm and skilled mentor. He was authentic, warm and engaged. We would also chat about LGBTQ activism. An exquisitely painful reminder as the late Robin Williams states “everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be Kind. Always.”

Nancee Pronsati

October 6, 2021

Steve and I were tour guides together at Coors while we were in college. We became fast friends immediately and I was his date to a bunch of his fraternity events. So happy he found love and career success. Such a warm and loving man! Rest easy Steve, I know you will be missed so much

John Libby

October 1, 2021

Steve, I am so saddened by your passing.
You helped so many through your kind, soothing, compassionate way.
I remember, when I worked with you at Arapahoe House and some one needed support you would say” come here honey” and that woman’s pain would be lifted by your strong yet gentle presence.
I pray you and Phil have found your peace and are lifted up in the same way you lifted so many others.

Jess Y

September 29, 2021

Steve could light up any room with his exsuberant smile; his enthusiasm was infectious! I had the pleasure of first meeting and working with Steve at Arapahoe House Detox in Aurora, CO back in 2008. He was a great mentor and I feel very fortunate to have met and worked alongside Steve. He exuded compassion and kindness to those he encountered and it was evident in his daily work.
It's apparent the impact he had on others and how he touched so many lives during his short time here on Earth.
Steve, Thank you for being a great mentor and I hope you are 🥲 smiling down on us and at peace 🕊️ and know that you are sorely missed here by all who had the chance of meeting your Beautiful soul! Rest in peace. God's Love and Light🕯️

Erin Ellison

September 27, 2021

I was a coworker with Steven at the Arapahoe house Aurora Detox facility. Steven was a beautiful and kind soul. He wanted so much to help others on their path to recovery and was always one to offer a smile and a welcoming hand. This world is a darker place without Steven’s light of joy and positivity. His beautiful face will be lovingly missed so greatly. May he fly with the angels and rest in their arms. Big Hugs My friend.

Sharlyn StGeorge

September 25, 2021

Oh man what a loss I have know Steve since 4th grade we had so much fun in high school. Rest in peace my dear sweet friend you will be missed.

Andrea Garbee

September 24, 2021

Oh Steve how very sad it is to be writing this. I will forever remember your smile and your kindness.

One of my favorite memories of you was when you flew home from NY to surprise your parents. I remember going to the airport to pick you up and being so excited to see you!

I will never forget what a hard time you gave Pete when he came to his first family dinner. You always made me laugh and made family dinners more fun!

I also have great memories and pictures of you at our wedding! You and Phill saved the day with fixing the slideshow!

I will miss you. Please give a Thomas a hug for me.💕

I love you!

Rose Dittmar

September 24, 2021

Steve and I met in high school and immediately became friends. The mix of his mischievous, playful nature and wicked sense of humor made for many, many memorable afternoons. He was one of those people you couldn’t help but love and want to be around. Rest in peace my dear friend, you will forever be in my thoughts and prayers.

Debbie Williams

September 24, 2021

I have had the privilege of knowing Steve since the day he was born. He brought happiness to our family. He was more like a brother to me than a nephew. Steve was caring, considerate and always asked “How are you?” Many times Steve put others concerns before his. He helped many, many people.
He had a warm and contagious smile.

May you now rest in gentle peace Steve. You deserve it. Miss you and love you forever my friend.