Stephen Gottlieb Obituary, Death – On Monday, January 2, 2017, at the age of 66, passed away at his home in Woodstock, New York. He was accompanied by his loved ones at the time of his passing. He is left by his wife, Marylou Davis of Woodstock, whom he had been married to for the last 45 years; a son, Joseph Gottlieb, of Thompson; a daughter, Amber Tourlentes and her husband Stephen of Somerville, Massachusetts; and two grandchildren, Theo and Eli Tourlentes of Somerville. He is also survived by his parents.
Washington, District of Columbia is where Stephen Gottlieb was born. Both of his parents, Sidney Gottlieb and Margaret (Moore) Gottlieb, have now died away. Stephen has made Woodstock his permanent residence for the better part of the past twenty years. He held the position of Manager at Hobbs Medical in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, for the past 25 years of his professional life.
Stephen was a working musician who was skilled at playing the guitar. He had a lengthy history of performing with a broad range of bands and was known for his versatility. In addition to that, he worked as a music teacher in Southbridge, and he also owned and operated a music store there. Gardening, spending time with his grandchildren, and reading were some of Stephen’s favorite things to do in his spare time.
There are no predetermined periods for clients to phone in with their inquiries. A memorial service will be held on the morning of Monday, January 14, 2017, at 11 a.m. at the First Congregational Church in Woodstock, Connecticut. The church can be found at 543 Route 169. Donations in place of flowers can be sent to the Woodstock Historical Society, which can be found at 523 Route 169 in Woodstock, Connecticut 06281, or to the First Congregational Church, which can be found at 543 Route 169 in Woodstock, Connecticut 06281.
The Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, which can be found in Webster at 48 School Street, has been tasked with making the necessary preparations at this time. You are more than welcome to jot down a few words of condolence in the guest book, which can be accessed through the website www.shaw-majercik.com. There is also space for you to light a candle there.