Stephen J. Myers - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Stephen J. Myers

August 8, 1974 - December 28, 2023

Stephen J. Myers, age 49, of Bear, DE, passed away on Thursday, December 28th, 2023.

Mr. Myers was born in Wilmington, DE on August 8th, 1974. He graduated from the University of Delaware in 1996 with a B.A. in English Language and Literature. After working in Marketing for companies such as HostMerchantServices, MetaSense and Results Driven Marketing, Stephen was employed by Continental Finance Company as the Senior Digital Marketing Manager at the time of his passing.

As an artist and lifelong comic book fan, Stephen’s defining creation was Superchum, the World’s Friendliest Superhero. First appearing within a comic strip in the University of Delaware’s student newspaper, “The Review,” in 1995, “The Adventures of Superchum and the Mighty Befrienders,” continued into 2018, when Stephen became one of the co-founders of the creative collective and publishing company Oddity Prodigy Productions.

Mr. Myers was preceded in death by his mother Scherry H. Myers, his father Richard J. Myers and brother William Miliotis. He is survived by his brother Peter Miliotis of Rahway, NJ, his sister Effy Barone of Union, NJ, as well as two nephews, Billy Miliotis and David Barone, and a niece, Stephanie DePaola.

Family and friends are invited to a remembrance celebration of his life and art on Sunday, January 21st, from 9am to 12pm in the New Amstel Ballroom at the Embassy Suites Newark:

654 South College Avenue

Newark, DE 19713

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  • Rest in peace my friend and employee. Your expertise, talent and friendship is now and will be forever missed.

  • It was a pleasure to work with you and get to know you Steve. Let’s hope that your Sixers can finally pull it out this year and make you proud!

  • One of the best people I’ve ever known & the greatest manager I’ve ever had. I’ll think of you when I create art and use all the tools you taught me. Rest easy my friend, may there be and endless loop of Star Trek up there.

  • Can’t believe Steve isn’t there anymore. I had a really good experience working with him at CFC. I hope his family gets strength to recover from this huge loss.

  • Rest in Peace Steve. You will be missed and remembered.

  • Steve will be remembered. Thank you for being genuine and showing care for others, even when you didn’t have to. Wonderful human, and you will be missed.

  • It was great to know you and experience your creative passion. I think of you and smile. Always will root on the sixers thinking of you. Until we meet again my friend.

  • Steve, will miss our hallway chats and being able to share common struggles with a colleague who can understand. Thank you for being an inspiration! Rest easy.

  • One of my favorite people in the world. I miss you so much, Steve.