Jon Craig Trottier

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August 25, 1946 ~ December 6, 2022

Born in: Claremont, New Hampshire
Resided in: Greece, New York

Jon Craig Trottier


Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at age 76. Predeceased by his mother, Marilyn D. Burbee.   Survived by his loving wife Caryn Stiteler Trottier; stepson, Todd (Tricia) Stiteler; stepdaughter, Cemi Stiteler;  6 step-grandchildren; 3 step great-grandchildren; stepbrother, Jason Burbee; dear friends.

Jon was a proud veteran of the United States Army.  He retired from Eastman Kodak Co. and was an Elder at Hope Church. Jon will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

Jon’s Celebration of Life will be held Wednesday, December 14 th 2:00 PM at Hope Church 1301 Vintage Lane. For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit


Celebration of Life: December 14, 2022 2:00 pm

Hope Lutheran Church
1301 Vintage Lane
Rochester, NY 14626

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  1. Jon was one of the most special people that I ever met. He was a wonderful man and one of my dear friends. He shared his deep faith freely with others. Rest easy my dear friend!

    Maryanne Sutton

  2. We were fortunate to know Jon. He was a delightful person! Thankfully he will have eternal life with God.
    Our deepest sympathy to his family.

  3. Dear Caryn, Cami, Todd and family,
    Please accept our sincere condolences on Jon’s passing. Your strong faith will help you during this difficult time. Jim & Michaelanne Guido

  4. Jon was a quiet, strong Christ-follower. He cared about others before himself. God has gained a soldier in Heaven’s cohort!

  5. A gentle man of God. I will always remember him quietly and patiently waiting for Caryn to be done talking with us.

  6. Jon was a kind, quiet, polite co-worker for the last years of my career. Always pleasant, always a gentleman, and a lover of felines. Wishing him peace and comfort.

  7. Dear Caryn,
    So very sorry for the loss of this dear man. Jon was one of the first people we met at Hope Church at a class we took. He showed us love, friendship, and grace and was an integral part of our faith walk in the beginning. John and I are grateful for that.
    With love, Dawn and John Ciccolone

  8. Our sincere condolences to Jon’s family. We wish you all much strength in the days ahead. I remember Jon from Kodak, and also from being skiing buddies when we were members of the Swain Ski Patrol during the 80’s and 90’s. Jon was a much better skier than me, I learned a lot from him. Thanks for your patience Jon! Thanks you also for the time you were in the United States Army, serving our great country.

  9. Dear Caryn,
    I am so glad that you and Jon found each other in the last years of his life. I know that he loved you with the same passion and devotion that he did everything else in his life. Take comfort that while he may be gone, his parents, grandparents, beloved aunts and uncles, and his dogs and cats rejoice that he has joined them. No matter how busy he was, he always found time for everyone in his life. I am glad that you have your children to comfort you, as I know how much you loved Jon.

  10. Dear Caryn and Family,
    Our family is sending our deepest sympathies for your great loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers! May God be with you at this time, and may John be in everlasting peace and happiness in the arms of Jesus.
    Our love to all of you.

  11. Caryn,
    I am so sorry to hear of Jon’s passing. Wish I was there to give you a really big hug. He is free now and rejoicing with our savior Jesus Christ. Know you are in our prayers. We love and miss you.

  12. Dear Caryn & Family, we were so sorry to learn of Jon’s passing. He was such a good & kind man. We were so happy when the two of you found each other & got married. You were such a lovely couple. Our thoughts & prayers are with you as we hold you close in our hearts.
    God Bless you & give you comfort. Lovingly, Gordy & Elaine Aman

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