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Greece: Thursday, April 26, 2012 at age 92. Predeceased by his daughter Mary Ellen Fess. Survived by his loving wife Mary; devoted son Steven (Pat) Fess; grandchildren, Brandon and Melissa Fess; sister, Maryanne Smith; nieces, Joan and Donna. Ken was a Veteran of the United States Naval Service Coast Guard and served in WWII. He was a past member of the V.F.W Post 1466. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. No prior calling. His Memorial Mass will be celebrated Saturday, May 12th, 11:15 AM at Holy Apostles Church, 7 Austin Street, Rochester, NY 14606. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Unity Hospital 1555 Long Pond Road, Rochester, NY 14626 or Golisano Children Hospital 601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY 14642.

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  1. Aunt Mary, cousin Steve, Pat & all the Rochester family, Liz & I are so sorry to hear of the passing of uncle Ken. We remember Ken as a wonderful person. He will be sorely missed.

  2. Dear Steve, Pat and family….
    So deeply sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Please give your mother a hug for me.
    Love and Peace, Jane

  3. So sorry to hear about Ed. He leaves behind his son Steve, great to work with, and undoubtedly an equally nice wife.

    My prayers are with your family, so you can pull strength and comfort from God.

    God promises there will come a day when no person will say ‘…I am sick’, and ‘…death will be no more’.

  4. Steve and Family I am very sorry for your lose I know how hard these times are Keep the faith and Our Prays are with You Doug Roemer and Family

  5. steve and family we are sory for your loss of your dad . we will always remenber his vistation at our home keith an linda gary

  6. Steve and Pat

    Sending you my condolescences for the loss of your dad. You have lots of memories that you will cherish.
    My prayers are with you…

    Maxine

  7. Steve
    We were so sorry to hear the sad news their is nothing that can ease the pain of losing a loved one just remember his pain is now over. May he rest in peace.
    Harry,Julie and boys

  8. Steve, again our deepest condolances for you and your mom and all your fasmily. Dad is in a better place now and he’s looking down and saying how lucky he was to have you and he knows you are saying the same thing about him having him with you for all your years. God bless you all.

  9. Steve, Pat and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss, but it’s so beautiful to know that your dad is once again with Mary Ellen. If there is anything we can do please call.
    Love
    Ron, Sue and Danny

  10. Steve, so sorry to hear about your dad.
    We always had some good times on Masseth St. Watching your dog ‘Lady’ chase the ‘bibbet’ in the heat vent. Hockey in the street and most fun was when Ken would sometimes take us guys out Friday afternoon after a tough work week. Say hi and give my condolences to your mom, Mary was always so sweet to everyone.

  11. To the Family and especially Steve, our thoughts and prayer are with you for the loss of your Dad. Your Dad lived 92 years, raise a great family and gave to our Country during World War II, and by the accounts that I have read brought alot of joy to people. This is a life to be celebrated.

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