Steven Lewis Strogoff, formerly of Marblehead, born on April 5, 1966, passed away suddenly on Dec. 18, 2020.
Steven was the beloved husband of Kinga Strogoff and the beloved father of Kai Strogoff and Tyler Phillips. He was the cherished son of Roberta “Bobbe” Strogoff and the late Erwin “Yale” Strogoff, the loving brother of Cathy Netburn and her husband Peter Netburn of Sudbury, and a special uncle to Amanda Netburn of Chicago, Illinois, David Netburn of Sudbury, and Korneila Polinska of Poland.
Steven grew up in Marblehead, graduated from Marblehead High School, and has always lived on the North Shore. After college, he worked for his Dad in his iron and metal/scrap reclamation business in Chelsea and Everett, which Steve took over upon his father’s retirement and continued to successfully operate and expand.
Steve lived life to its fullest and made an unforgettable impression on everyone he met. He was an amazing athlete, playing football in high school, diving in college, and skiing and wakeboarding for many years. He was a loving husband and devoted father who loved being with his children, and a loyal and generous friend. Steve was happiest on a boat or at the ocean, especially when he could share that time with his family and his friends.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Steve’s memorial service will be private. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy can be made in Steven’s memory to Sibling Connections, 89 South St., Suite 203, Boston, MA 02111. For more information or to register in the online guestbook, visit stanetskyhymansonsalem.com.