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Jonas Campos posted a condolence
Monday, February 18, 2019I am truly saddened to hear of Steve's passing . His strength to fight and continue to live life, despite everything, was so admirable. I will always remember him fondly for his kindness towards me. He and Toby assisted Jamie and I with the purchase of our condo and made our Las Vegas wedding memorable. He introduced me to poker, which is to this day still my favorite hobby. I was always nervous when he would quiz me about strategy. I remember how proud I was when I won a poker game he staked me in at Foxwoods. I hope to play in the WSOP as he did, it is on my bucket list. I will cherish his poker books that were passed on to me and hope to one day pass them on too. Steve and I also shared a passion for good food. I still think of the amazingly delicious lobster stuffed portable mushroom he made for us during a visit. I think I will try to recreate that dish in his honor. I am grateful to have known him.
Eileen and Henry Slater posted a condolence
Monday, February 11, 2019I am so sorry to hear of this very sad news! I have so many memories of both of you!
DAVID B MILLER-ENGEL posted a condolence
Thursday, February 7, 2019So sorry to hear of another untimely passing...may his memory always be a blessing to you Toby and your family... Love Cousin David
Ellen Fuchs Mosca posted a condolence
Thursday, February 7, 2019So very very sorry...we were honored when you both came to visit in Florida...my love and deepest condolences...
Patti Dintino posted a condolence
Thursday, February 7, 2019Toby, I am so very sorry for your loss! I just wanted you to know I was thinking of you. I will be praying for you and your family!
Sam Schwarzman posted a condolence
Thursday, February 7, 2019Very sorry to hear of Steven's passing. Amazing how much he looked like his dad Morris.
MICHAEL FUCHS posted a condolence
Thursday, February 7, 2019Toby & all our Families, So sorry to hear of Steve's passing, our thoughts & prayers are with you all during this most difficult time. Our deepest condolences. May Steve rest in peace & may you find comfort knowing that there is support & love w/ you all. Love Marla & Michael Fuchs
ERIC A EDLUND posted a condolence
Thursday, February 7, 2019I worked with Steve at Pall Corporation and always enjoyed working with on developing new products and solving quality problems. So Sorry for your loss he will be missed
Haon Dorfman posted a condolence
Wednesday, February 6, 2019Steve was a great guy,will be missed .We had a lot of good times in Bethpage with Steve in that big black Lincoln Continental .RIP love from Hanon and MaryEllen Dorfman
Jean Pawlak posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 5, 2019My friend, "Chef" Steve, will be missed for the amazing meals he shared, the incredible stories he told of adventures he had around the world, and for his gentle nature and love of family and friends. Rest In Peace.
Alan Probst posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019I met Steven and Toby and a bunch of other cool people in college back in the early 70's in Cortland NY. We all became good friends and it was one of the Best times of MY life. Steven and I became close from the git-go and we were roommates in different dorms and homes throughout Cortland over our college years and multiple years after. Those times were filled with experimentation (lol) and seeking after truth and what was right on a daily basis to the point where we backed up our noise with our efforts and actions in relation to all the things we were learning to believe in and fight against. I will miss Steven deeply. He would be in a room with many people talking and opinionating and debating and not say a word for hours, but when he said something, everything and and everyone got quiet and it seemed the discussion had reached its JUST conclusion. Nuff Said. He and I would sit together and i would talk and talk and he would listen and listen until he found the right concept or perspective to shut me up with a smile on my face and an inscrutable one on his. I loved him & Toby a lot those days and still do and will forever. My heart goes out to a great friend, awesome husband and amazing Dad and Grandpa. My heart goes out to Toby, Jamie, Daniel and all his close friends. You WILL be missed! Alan Probst
Julie Brevard posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019One of my first memories of Steve was that he got cancer. In 1997, Jamie and I were freshmen in college and I remember the news of the diagnosis. Steve is quite a fighter to have battled the disease this long - 2 decades now. I've known Steve as Jamie's father, and a fond memory I have of him is from Jamie's wedding. Over the course of that trip to Las Vegas, Steve was truly fun to get to know. He was full of wit, good stories, and tips on improving my poker game. While I don't think he was an outwardly emotive guy, he beamed with pride as he saw his daughter get married and the look on his face was heart warming. I know it has been a hard road to go down, but I am sure he was grateful to have the love and support of his family. You are in our thoughts. -Julie, Mat, Vivi, and John Brevard
Eileen Nelson posted a condolence
Monday, February 4, 2019Toby and Family, I am so sorry to hear of Steve's passing. Keep your wonderful memories close to your heart and carry on in life as he would want you to. Eileen
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