Stephen
Greece: November 25, 2012 at age 94. Stephen is survived by his son, Lawrence; daughter, Angela; 3 grandchildren; 2 sisters; nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Stephen is a Veteran of World War II and served in the United States Navy. Friends may call Thursday, November 29th, 5-7 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated, Friday, November 30th, 9:00 A.M. at Our Mother of Sorrows Church, 5000 Mt. Read Blvd. Interment will follow Mass in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Isaiah House, 71 Prince Street, Rochester, NY 14605 in his memory.

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  1. ‘Steve’ You will be tending God Garden, may He welcome you with open arms,in the rejoining with your wife. Rest in peace

  2. ‘Steve’ You’ll be tending to God’s Garden now! Where you can share your love of
    the Creator and the beauty you have brought to this life, May you rest in peace with
    your wife

  3. Steve you willbe in heaven with The Lord you loved so very much , may you rest in peace with your wife, family and friends.

  4. Very sorry for the passing of Uncle Steve. I always liked him, he was a very smart and interesting person. He was unique. I will always remember him. Condoglianze a tutta la famiglia, Pasquale

  5. I am very sorry to hear about the passing of Uncle Steve. He never failed to amaze me with his stories and knowledge of nature. I will miss him very much. I am sorry I could’nt be their for his service as I was out of town. My condolences to Larry, Angela and families. Love Paul

  6. I’ve thought of Mr. Steve Fenicchia so often that I finally thought I would Google his name and I am so sorry to hear of his passing! I did want so much to see him at least one more time. He was a fine man and I will always remember everything he taught me about nature, planting, harvesting and being one with the world. He was way ahead of his time. In retrospect I am perhaps most impressed by the patience, love and compassion of this man. As a smart mouth kid I was not always respectful, but he brushed that aside and always took the time to educate me and to answer my many questions. Eventually I came to know him for the genius he was, and to love and respect him. He truly is sorely missed and I truly do think of him every day, especially when I am on my farm. My condolences to Angela, Larry [my childhood friends] and the rest of the family.

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