Steven Santucci has 22 years of financial industry experience. Currently employed at Commonwealth Financial Network and holding both Series 63 and 65 licenses that qualify him to provide securities and investment advisory services, he holds these licenses to offer services as a financial professional.
He was the beloved son of Umberto and Loreta Santucci of Newton and beloved brother to Erik and Bert. He leaves behind an extensive extended family as well as many loving friends.
Early Life and Education
Santucci spent much of his youth reading up on local and military history. Both his parents were passionate Civil War enthusiasts who filled their home with old books from that era; as a result of this passion he majored in History when entering college.
County College of Morris professors were instrumental in giving him his passion for history. Each one demonstrated their enthusiasm through teaching. Even now he stays connected with several of them regularly and still keeps in contact.
He is equally passionate about America’s role in the world, encouraging his students to discuss sensitive subjects if their opinions can be supported with facts. He was especially intrigued by the Sandy Hook massacre and welcomed any attempts made by students to put it into perspective.
Steven Santucci grew up in an area rich in historical sites, so he naturally took an interest in history. During the summers he spent reading Civil War magazines. This led him to pursue history as a career.
He has been teaching high school history at West Morris Regional High School District for five years. He specializes in world and American history.
Julie joined McDavitt Wealth Management & Santucci Wealth Management in 2011, having over 22 years of financial industry experience. She holds Series 63 and Series 65 licenses to manage client investments; in addition, she holds real estate licenses. Julie lives with her husband and children south of Worcester in Massachusetts.
Achievement and Honors
Faith Heritage dedicated their game against LaFayette to Santucci, who passed away in November 2017. He had been an integral member of Faith Heritage’s boys basketball team.
Federal prosecutors allege that Santucci was at the forefront of an organized drug ring that received supplies of steroids ingredients from China, manufactured them and then distributed them at gyms throughout New Jersey and Delaware for use by bodybuilders. Additionally, cocaine and prescription medications including oxycodone were distributed.
Jason Chickos, a Newtown police dispatcher in Bridgeport who had close ties to Santucci was identified as his primary distributor. Together they made drug transactions inside the police department according to an affidavit filed during Operation Juice Box investigation which led to 10 people’s arrest; each could face up to 10 years imprisonment upon trial beginning February 2021.
Steve Santucci has an affinity for sports, while also spending quality time with his family. He enjoys trail running, snowboarding and camping as hobbies – not forgetting being an ardent Boston sports fan!
He currently manages assets for individuals, families and small business retirement plans. As an Investment Advisor Representative with Commonwealth Financial Network he holds the Accredited Investment Fiduciary designation.
Santucci has taken acting classes at the Second City Training Center and Piven Theater. Most recently he participated in New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts’ summer acting intensive program last June. Currently residing in Leominster Massachusetts with his wife and children.
Santucci hails from Watertown, Connecticut and attended Assumption College before enrolling at Boston College Law School where he obtained a Juris Doctorate. Since graduating he has practiced with a large law firm for more than 15 years.
He has extensive knowledge in several fields such as real estate, corporate governance, debt capital markets, mergers and acquisitions as well as successful investing techniques that have assisted many individuals in becoming financially secure.
Santucci held his family near and dear, most precious of which being his wife Susan of Horseheads; sons Jeffery and Brent Santucci of Horseheads; brother John Santucci from Elmira; sisters-in-law Sandra Shumway, Shirley Weigand, Jim Barbieri (Elmira), Dottie Kelly from Horseheads as well as numerous caring friends; nephews; cousins; nieces ; uncles as well as numerous caring friends that will remember him fondly.