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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Stephen "Steve" R. Argento

1958 - 2021

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Stephen (Steve) Rene Argento, 62, of East Syracuse, passed away unexpectedly on 3/19/2021.  He joined his father Philip, his mother Leona (Richer) nieces and nephew Grace, Lisa, Billy Argento, son-in-law Kevin Davis in the Great Beyond. Steve  was a nature lover who loved fishing, camping, and spending time with his family.   He loved working with wood and was a talented carpenter and metal smith.   He liked building rockets that he enjoyed sending into space with his children, nieces and nephews. Steve was loved by many and will be greatly missed. 
He is survived by his daughter, Amy Argento - Davis and son, Adam (Carissa); his granddaughter, Emilia and grandson, Dakota;  his sisters, Joy, Maryanne, Laura (Eric Danes), Jenny Argento (Andrew Geller),  Nancy Argento-Browne (Chris) and brother, Charlie; his best friend, Paul Lutz and mother of his children, Diane (Lutz) Morrison; along with 8 nephews and 4 nieces. Several aunts and uncles and many cousins.
 
A memorial is being planned for family and friends to pay respects at a time and place to be announced.

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Sandy

April 13, 2021 1:00 PM
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The news of Steves passing has weighed heavy on my heart. He was such a wonderful person, that has left us much too soon. I will cherish the fond memories we shared forever in my heart. In the 45 years we knew one another, you remained the same throughout them all. In my life, I will never know another like you. You, my friend, will be truly missed and your memory a blessing. Fly high, Steve, fly high.
To his children, grandchildren, siblings and other family members, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.

Rick Loiacono

April 4, 2021 8:24 PM

To Amy & Adam, I am sorry to hear that your Dad passed away.  He and I were good friends in the late ‘70’s and early 80’s.  We used to go bullhead fishing in E. Syracuse and trout fishing in Nine Mile Creek.  I was there when your parents bought their first home on Kasson Road and when you moved to your grandparent’s house on Taft Road. .  When we hung out, it was always fun.  Red Lobster’s all you could eat crab legs was one of our favorites!  One day out of the blue we went to Pennsylvania for lunch!  We went to the Maple Festival in Marathon and stuffed our faces for $2 each.  We worked together at Omnetics and I picked him up for work every day.  He was very talented woodworker and tin knocker and well liked by everyone.  I’m sorry we lost touch over the years but I always remembered our good times.  He was a wonderful guy and I’m so sorry for your loss.  Please let me know about his memorial service as I’d be honored to attend and share my great memories of your Dad. 

Michelle

April 3, 2021 3:13 PM

I’m really going to miss you Steve. We laughed a few years ago about the time you walked miles to bring me roses when we were in High School. You said well everyone walked everywhere in those days, but I appreciated the effort. We still had more fun things to do in this life, I will see you again my friend

Bob Richer

April 3, 2021 11:40 AM

We are so deeply sadden by the passing of Steve. He was unassuming  and a quit man but a man of many talents.  When ever we saw Steve he always had a smile and was very pleasant. We wish we could have lived closer so we could have seen him more. I know he will be missed by many.  We extend our thoughts and prayers to his family.
Love Aunt Grethe & Uncle Bob

Shelly Wood

April 1, 2021 1:40 PM
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