1968 – 2016

KENNEBUNK — Steven T. Patterson, 47, of Kennebunk died Thursday, Jan. 14, at Gosnell Memorial Hospice House, with his wife and family by his side.

He was born May 15, 1968, in Woburn, Mass., the son of Thomas S. and Carole A. (McDonough) Patterson.

Moving to Saco at the age of 11, he attended Saco schools and graduated from Thornton Academy in the Class of 1987.

Steven started his career in the restaurant business with his brother, David, and they owned and operated Seacoast Seafood in Old Orchard Beach. He later became a general contractor and real estate developer. Over the past 20 years, he has built more than 200 projects and developed two locations on the map, Patterson Drive and Mabry Lane, both in Kennebunk.

He married his love, Kristina Royer, on Oct. 22, 1994, in Lewiston. Together they shared a marriage full of love, joy, family and travel. His greatest joy in life came from being a father to his son, Jack.


An avid fisherman and an excellent hunter, Steven also enoyed golfing and playing softball.

He is survived by his wife of 21 years, Kristina Royer Patterson, and their son, Jack, of Kennebunk; his parents of Kennebunk; brothers, Marc Patterson of Limington, David Patterson and his girlfriend, Joyce Ann Alvarado, of Kennebunkport, Thomas Patterson Jr. and his girlfriend, Shana Dimatteo, of Casco; a sister, Samantha Patterson and her boyfriend, Kevin Pelletier, of Kennebunk; his in­-laws, Roger and Therese Royer of Harpswell; sisters­-in­-law, Roxanne Doyer and her husband, Douglas, of Mechanic Falls, Chantal Royer­

Haig and her husband, Darin, of Millbury, Mass., and Michelle Arthur and her husband, Jeff, of Auburn; dear friends, Dana Howland, Chris Howland, Taylor Duffy, and Maurice Schmir. Steven was a loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. He took great joy in being an uncle.

He was loved by all who knew him. Steven will live in our hearts forever.

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