April 11, 1959 - November 24, 2020

Steven R. White, Sr., 61, passed away on November 24, 2020. Beloved husband of Lisa. Loving father of Teresa, Kelly and the late Steven, Jr. Cherished grandfather. Dear brother and uncle. Private Cremation. A memorial visitation will be held on Thursday, December 3, 2020 from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at the Fullerton Funeral Home, Inc., 769 Merrick Road, Baldwin, New York. fullertonfhny.com

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Thoughts & Prayers

Posted by Linda Francavilla on
That was beautiful-sad because he was so young-will miss you cousin Steve-Love, Linda White
Posted by Corinne Greene on
Although this came about way too soon.... I know you will rejoice in seeing your beloved son again. I hope for strength for the loved ones you’ve left behind.
Every time I hear Mountain’s Nantucket Sleighride, I will think of you.
Sleep well, my friend.
Posted by Michael Rubinberg on
To Lisa and family:
Matt and I only knew Steve for a few years BUT considered him a gentlemen and a true friend
We will sorely miss him
Posted by Guy DiStefano on
Rest in peace brother, you were a great friend, but even a better person.
Posted by Tom Gilberg on
Lisa and Family,
Amy and I send Our condolences. We always loved seeing You and Steve. He was a such a good Guy. Sending You all Our Love and Prayers.
Posted by Bill Badiali on
Deeply saddened by the loss of my colleague and good friend. Steve. I'll remember the good times we shared. Condolences to the CMS family and most especially to the entire White family. A wonderful man. He will truly be missed. Rest in peace, my friend! Bill
Posted by Judy Lambiase on
Oh Lisa,
Nick told me last night as he was pulling up to say goodbye to his friend, Steve. I sobbed on the phone and it is with great sadness as I write this now for I KNOW what WONDERFUL, good and kind people you are and I am truly heartbroken. Although we've never met I have always felt a connection to you. I've always appreciated how kind you were to Nick with all the rides back and forth, mentorship and most of all friendship. It meant as much to me as it did to him.

Lisa, I am so deeply sorry and the best and only thing I can do is pray to God to ease your pain, help you to heal in knowing that your Steve will rejoice in his reunion with your boy Steve, Jr.


It's just not fair.
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