Steven Fitzgibbons

Steven Fitzgibbons

1960 - 2021

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Steve Fitzgibbons, 61, (Fitzy) of Horseheads, NY passed away very unexpectedly as the result of a brain aneurysm on October, 4th after living a sublime life. “Fitzy” was a friend to everyone, would help anyone and was a loving man without prejudice. He is survived by his best friend/wife of 40 years Annie, daughter Angie Clark, grandson Mason, father Joe Fitzgibbons, siblings (and their spouses)- Mike (Nita) Fitzgibbons, JoAnne (Rick) Bartoletti, Sue Massa, Mary Jo (Kevin) Foley and Joe (Kelly) Fitzgibbons, mother-in-law Donna Ziebolz, brother and sister-in-laws Julie Girard, Tim (Jeanette) Ziebolz, Cathy (Bryan) DeLong, Emily (Steve) Jackson, Madonna (Ron) Ogdon and many nieces, nephews and awesome friends. Preceded in death by his daughter Mindy Fitzgibbons, mother Ann Fitzgibbons, father-in-law Bill Ziebolz, and brother-in-law Charles Ziebolz. As an Organ donor, Steve has saved at least 13 peoples lives and potentially more to come. Please bring along your stories, comments and prayers to the celebration of life on Friday, October 8th at 1:00 pm: Maple Grove Cemetery 715 West Broad Street Horseheads, NY 14845 Lot 255 Section M Grave 4 Bring your awesome cars and motorcycles for a procession to a reception at the Host Terminal immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice dedicated to helping others. Smart funny caring giving, Helping others, extreme living These are words that only begin to say What a great man he was everyday. His love of friends, family, animals and life, Made me fortunate to be his wife. Harleys, slot car racing, and antique cars, Were so much better than hanging in bars. When you remember Fitz, Fitzy, Bro or Steve, Remember the good times people won’t believe. Whether he taught you something, gave you something, or did something for you, Know it was his pleasure, because that’s what he loved to do. He lived a great life, was happy and free, Anyone that knew him would have to agree. His love for his daughter Angie and Grandson Mason was so strong, He would do anything in the world for them, or hang with them all day long. His family has a strong bond that can’t be broken, Their love for each other was never left unspoken. There were great times spent on Keuka Lake, with friends and family together, Which never stopped at any time, regardless of the weather. It was always “Part of the Adventure”! Too many stories to tell. From being an ordained minister, to political debates, to giving good advice. He will always remembered. He was my best friend, lover, and soul mate. Love you always and forever baby! ❤️
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