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Mount Sinai Obituaries and Services » Stephen M Weissman

Stephen M Weissman

June 20, 1950 - April 6, 2020

Service Information Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills

Service Date: Sunday April 19th, 2020

Service Time: 3:00 pm

Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills

5950 Forest Lawn Drive

Los Angeles, California 90068

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Posted by:
James Flynn

Posted on:
April 28, 2020

Good times...

Posted by:
James Flynn

Posted on:
April 28, 2020

The boys in Bearsville/Woodstock

Posted by:
JoAnn Shapiro

Posted on:
April 24, 2020

Steve would always say to me, "Hey kid, how are you doing?" He truly cared about so many people in his life and made everyone feel that he would be there for them at all times. He was a kind, caring and very sensitive man. He touched a lot of people's lives and was definitely taken from all of us too soon. May you rest in peace dear friend and know that you will be dearly missed but never forgotten. The significance of your actions will live on.......I hope you realized how very special you were. Love and Hugs to you big guy, JoAnn and Gary.

Posted by:
Jason

Posted on:
April 24, 2020

Steve youre truly going to be missed You were and always will be a big part of Our life. You always had that big smile on your face. You were always there if we needed you. You are one of the most kind hearted Friends I ever knew. Rest in peace my friend I love you brother!!! You will be missed dearly!!! Jason Benson

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Lisa Cavanagh

Posted on:
April 23, 2020

Posted by:
Lisa Cavanagh

Posted on:
April 23, 2020

You were truely one of a kind. I will miss our adventures along the Delta. RIP my friend. Lisa

Posted by:
Richard Herrera

Posted on:
April 23, 2020

Steve at the head of the table. And just like him, he picked up the tab for the entire gang. We will miss his generosity.

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Richard Herrera

Posted on:
April 22, 2020

Steve had a heart of gold. I first met him when he moved into an apartment next to mine in Tarzana around 1978. I brought over a small house warming gift and he would always remind me of that time and gesture. We became good friends and though our paths diverged he still would call out of the blue to see how I was doing. The last time we spoke we talked about which restaurant we would be going to eat when he came to LA for a visit. And through his friendship he introduced me to other people within his orbit. He cared about us as a father figure or scout leader of our pact. Those were great times with fond memories. He was a dear friend and will be sorely missed ?

Posted by:
Byron McCluskey

Posted on:
April 19, 2020

I knew Steve from the Freeport area of Sacramento. He was always kind to everyone he met and Karen and I were sadden to hear of his passing. We moved to Crossville, TN earlier this year and out of the blue 2 or 3 weeks ago Steve called us up to see how things were going. He'll be missed. Byron and Karen

Posted by:
Denise A Gaytan

Posted on:
April 16, 2020

So saddenened to hear of Steves death. My deepest sympathies to his family. I knew Steve from Freeport Bar and Grill where I work. He was a kind man and we shared many great converations and laughs.