Steven

January 15, 1956 ~ October 16, 2021

Born in: Malone, NY
Resided in: Greece, NY

Steven R. Greene
Greece:  Saturday, October 16, 2021 at age 65 went home to be with his father, William Greene.  He is survived by his mother, Gail (Harold) Parks; loving wife of 37 years, Laurie Greene; devoted children; Christopher (Rose) Greene, Brooke (Warren) Crigger and Jared (Devan) Greene; grandchildren, Cole Crigger, Maxson, Parker, Briela, Benjamin and Charlotte Greene; brother, Gregory (Pamela) Greene; sister, Candi (James) Lagnese; special cousin, Lindsay Rockhill; many dear friends.
Steven retired from Eastman Kodak Company. He enjoyed traveling especially in the RV and seeing the outdoors.  He loved skiing, boating and his motorcycle.  He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
Steven’s celebration of life will be held Saturday, October 23rd at 1:30 PM at The Roger Robach Community Center 180 Beach Avenue followed by a luncheon.  We will be gathering to share our favorite memories, our stories, to laugh, to cry and remember a wonderful person who is greatly missed. Private interment, Mound Hill Cemetery, Nicholville, NY. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in his memory.  For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

Services

Celebration of Life: October 23, 2021 1:30 pm

Roger Robach Community Center
180 Beach Avenue
Rochester, NY


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Charities

The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Steven R. Greene 's name.

American Cancer Society / Rochester

1120 S. Goodman St. Rochester, NY US 14620
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  1. – may you find peace knowing 🙏 your friends and family are here to support you. With much sympathy, Janice Militello

  2. Steve you were a true friend who always kept us laughing. You will be Forever in our Thoughts and Forever Missed, God Bless Scott & Joellen

  3. Prayers for the great family. Old neighbor, classmate and friend many fond memories of our childhood growing up( even though you were working too much). See you later in that big campground in the sky. Mike LaVare

  4. Steve was a kind snd caring person who will be missed by his family and friends.

    Steve and Bobbi Gentile

  5. The glow of this candle is like the warmth you spread to everyone. You were my friend, my helper and someone I knew I could come to anytime I needed help. Laurie was always gracious enough to never make me feel intrusive. I will miss you, and promise to be here whenever Laurie might need me, as you were for me.

  6. So many memories to cherish….. I don’t even know where to start. We grew up together not only as cousins, but friends. We played together, went to school and church together, went on many adventures with “Grandma”, fought like siblings, annoyed each other but always loved one another in the end. Life took us in separate directions, but you are still family and a part of my past. Rest in peace my handsome cousin.

  7. We will all miss Steve. Great man. He loved his family so very much. He adored those grandchildren. We are so glad he lived the RV dream and enjoyed being with the family. Taken too soon.
    Love from, Janice, Karl, Calder, & Lauren

  8. We will all miss Steve so much. He was so kind and a loving husband dad and grandfather. He really loved those grandkids.

    Always willing to help out and have a laugh. Karl and Steve used to sneak down the basement and share their stories and be amazed at Laurie’s amazing talents.

    We are so glad he lived the RV dream and made it to Alaska. The cottage was a labor of love that he cherished. He appreciated the great outdoors.

    We missed seeing the family over the last two years of not being able to travel, but he will always be in our hearts!

  9. So sorry for your loss . You have so many great memories. God bless you all. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Love ya Laurie. Hugs!!!

  10. Dear Laurie and family, So sorry for your loss. You have so many great memories. I loved being a part of your trips through facebook. God bless you all. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

  11. Sincerely sorry for your loss. Though I never knew Steven on a personal level, he sounded like such a kind and loving man. May he rest in peace.

  12. Steve was a great guy. Taught me so much working with him and being his friend. I am so sorry to the Greene family for your loss. Rest in Peace Steve.

  13. Even though we did not get to see Steve very often, every time we were together he was so wonderful to be with. He was warm, friendly and showed such love and devotion to my cousin Laurie and their children and grandchildren. We enjoyed hearing stories about the family and trips they were planning. May the special memories you had together comfort you Laurie and your family in this difficult time. He will always be remembered with a lot of love. We are so sorry for your great loss.

  14. I worked with Steve for many years at Kodak, he was a great co-worker and friend who was always willing to help. He also had a great sense of humor which kept our job fun. He was an all around good guy who will be missed.

  15. Laurie,
    I am so sorry to hear about Steve.
    He was one of the favorites to talk to when he came into Dr Chung’s.

    Prayers to you and your family
    Heather from Dr Chung’s

  16. We were lucky to have known such a great guy. He was nice, funny, genuine, and hardworking (traits hard to find in one person). He spoke often of his kids and Laurie. He will be missed. Our prayers are with the Greene family. I know you have many memories of him that will keep him close to your hearts.

  17. RIP my friend. Condolences to the family. Many memories from our Moira upbringing.
    Will be seeing you on the other side!

  18. We will miss Steve. He was always first with a smile, there to lend a helping hand, and off to seek adventure.

  19. My heart breaks for the Greene family. We grew up across the street from each other, and the Greenes were like family to me—Steve like a big brother. I have so many childhood tales I could tell, most of them involving Steve and my brothers! I’m keeping you all in my heart. May his kind, gentle soul Rest In Peace.

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