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Roberta and Reinhart Meyers
We are so sorry to learn of your loss, Mona, and will be keeping you and your sons in our thoughts and prayers.
Helen Zimmer Walts
Sendings my condolences to you Fern. No words for losing your son! May Hod help you they these difficult times. My thoughts and prayers with you and family.
Bev, Jack and Crystal
Our thoughts and prayers are with you Mona and family....love ya
John & Carol
We are sorry to hear of Steve's passing. Hold on to your memories. Cherish the good times you had. May God give you peace and strength to get through the hard times. Love you.
So sorry to hear of Steve passing away. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.
Cindy (Milton) Cook
Fern- You are in my thought and prayers during this difficult time.
Also surviving is a son, William Joseph Litzendorf, who resides in Kokomo, Indiana - a perfect image of his father.
Mona and family I sorry to hear of Steve's passing he was a good guy .
Fern, so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing.
Mona I am so sorry to hear of your loss of your precious husband. I know there are no words I can say that will bring comfort. I am praying for you and your family during this difficult time
Fern, I worked with you at the hospital on 4th floor for 5 years. I’m so very very for your loss!
Mona- I am so sorry to hear of your loss, You are on my heart and will be in my prayers as our Lord holds and comforts you as ONLY HE can- sending Love my old friend- He will carry you through friend-
Steven Paul Fargo
Steven P. Fargo, age 69 of Fernandina Beach, Florida, formerly of Great Bend, New York passed away on Monday, September 20, 2021 with his wife of nearly 41 years by his side.
He was born in Watertown, New York, the only child of Calvin E. and Fern I. (Moseley) Fargo.
Steven graduated from Carthage Central High School, Class of 1970. He participated in state diving competitions and was a snow mobile racing champion.
He retired as a Beater Engineer with the former Champion International Paper Mill in Deferiet, NY.
Prior to illnesses and complications from life long Type 1 Diabetes, he enjoyed bowling, boating, camping, riding his lawn tractor doing yard work and clearing snow from neighbor’s driveways.
Steven is survived by his mother, Fern; wife Mona; sons, Andrew and Benjamin (Sarah); grandchildren, Noah, Alexandria and his beloved cat Precious.
He is predeceased by his father, Calvin.
A graveside service will be scheduled at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to either the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) or to your local animal shelter.