Stephen Christo Voliva, Jr.

February 17, 2015


Stephen Christo Voliva, Jr.

Virginia Beach – Stephen Christo “Steve” Voliva, Jr., 61, after a courageous battle with cancer died on February 17, 2015 with family by his side. He was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia to Charlotte Voliva and the late Stephen Christo Voliva, Sr. and was the vice-president of Voliva Enterprises. Steve was a loving, caring, kind and gentle man and a friend like no other. He left an everlasting impression on all those that he met that will not be forgotten.
Steve is survived by his mother, Charlotte Voliva; daughter, Deborah Quinn; grandson, Donnie Quinn; five brothers and sisters, Cindy John Martin, Mike Voliva, Kim Paul Hathaway, Scott Voliva and Tracy Bob Vandeberg; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Recently deceased are his sister-in-law Athena Mike Voliva and his eldest sister, Valerie Voliva.
The family will receive visitors at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 5792 Greenwich Road, Va. Beach on Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 2 to 4 p.m. A Celebration of Life service will be held at the funeral home on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at 2pm. with Rev. Rick Hocker and Rev. Paul Hathaway officiating.
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Susan Davidson
8 years ago

Even if you only met Steve once, he would have made an impression on you. He was such a kind, welcoming and good person with a great sense of humor. Steve would pick up his grandson, Donnie from school. He was so devoted and such an excellent role model for Donnie. I know that Donnie will miss him greatly, but I am so glad that I was able to meet him and spend time with him and his family.

In sorrow,

Susan Davidson,


Russell Holland
8 years ago

I am so sorry to hear oh Steve passing. We have known of each other all our lives. I always like him and respected him as a friend. God bless him and I am looking forward to seeing you again one day. RUSS

Pam Pitts
8 years ago

I am so sorry to learn of Steve’s passing. He was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed.

Janice Major
8 years ago

I met Steve in 1970. He was best friends with Garry White, who I was dating at the time.There weren’t many nights that Steve wasn’t with Garry and I.We always had fun together on our many adventures. He was a wonderful guy. RIP Steve.

Deborah Brown
8 years ago

I met Steve when I was a teen. He has always been there when I needed him. Even if it was to talk to get my head right. He totally helped my sister-in-law when she needed him most. I am blessed and thankful for having Steve in my life! He was a great man!!! I will miss him. Bless his family and take care. Debi Brown p.s. Steve was an angel!!!!!

joyce brown gollogly
8 years ago

Steve and I met in 1979. I knew how important he would be in our lives the moment I saw him.Our relationship spanned 35 years. It will not end just because he is not physically here. Over these many years- things,lives,circumstances changed.Our friendship and caring never did.We helped each other many times in many ways. He was always with usmy children,grandchildren.There could never be a better person walking this earth. A true,honest, loyal, forever friend. I was privledged to have known him and did not take it for granted.He is my family.My heart goes out to his beloved family members who were with him ,loving and caring for him in this terrible time of sorrow and loss.