Stephen Unflat
Stephen Unflat

Obituary of Stephen Alan Unflat

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Stephen A. Unflat, 65, originally from Glendale, New York, passed away peacefully on February 23, 2021 at his home in Hawley, Pennsylvania. He was born on October 24, 1955 in Queens, New York to Magnus and Eleanore Unflat. Stephen was preceded in death by his father, Magnus, and his brother, Michael. He is survived by his loving mother Eleanore, and siblings Linda, Allan, Glenn, Laura & Brian and their spouses – along with his many nieces, nephews, stepchildren and grandchildren, who loved him dearly. Steve graduated from the industrial design program at Brooklyn Technical High School and was an accomplished industrial mechanic for over 40 years in the New York City area. He was a proud Eagle Scout and served for years as Scoutmaster and Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 383 of Saint Pancras Parish in Glendale. He was an artist, amateur chef, and loved to entertain with friends whenever he could. He loved the great outdoors and enjoyed camping, hunting, fishing, shooting and exploring the rivers of Alaska. He was also an avid country and classic rock music lover. Stephen will be remembered for his generosity, child-like grin, compassionate spirit and his ability to create culinary magic with venison. He was honest to a fault and known by many for provoking difficult discussions. He will forever live in our hearts and remind us to always practice random acts of kindness. A celebration of Stephen's life will be held at a later date with his family and many friends.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Stephen
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Teeters Funeral Chapel
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