My sincerest condolences to the family and friends of my lifelong friend, Steve. I have known him for all of his (and my)92 years. His dad and mine were law partners for many years in New York. Steve lived in Manhattan\ and I in Brooklyn but we saw each other on many occasions. Summered together and went to the same camp. Coincidently we both ended up in Rochester. He will always be a part of my life and I will miss him very much. Rest in Peace old friend.
Dear Carolyn and Family. Sharon Just called to inform me of Steve’s Passing. i want to express my deepest sympathy and condolences. We go back many years, but for the last several or so since Helen passing our paths unfortunately have not crossed. I do remember meeting with You and Steve and your Florida home. We would end up going out to dinner after listening to Steve and at times, Jack playing the piano. It was certainly fun and the good times. Steve and you loved your golf games. The last time i spoke to Steve was a few years ago when we arraigned a golf date, but He cancelled out and we planned toget together at another time. When I would come into Rochester for the Holidays or be there for a Shabbos weekend we always tried to catch-up with each other’s life. A Good Guy, and A Good Friend. Carolyn, please say “Hello” to the Kids. It has been many years since I saw them at your house when they visited for Thanksgiving. That was always a”Happening”. Love you guys, Sincerely Sy Margolis, an “old Friend.
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