Steven H. Cole

July 30, 2017
Steven “Steve” Harold Cole, 60; passed away peacefully Sunday at his Fulton, NY home. Steve was born in the hamlet of Lysander, NY and later attended school in it’s one-room schoolhouse. He earned a high school degree from the Baldwinsville School District and then he pursued vocational education while serving with the United States Marine Corps., Steve served from 1974 until 1978 when he received an honorable discharge. He was employed with the Fulton Water Works for several years. Steve was an avid bicyclist, a motorcyclist and outdoors adventurist, a true friend and one heck of a dad. Steve is survived by his son Michael Steven Cole, his “sweet girl” and life partner Lisa Sidoti and her daughter Elizabeth, father Harold (Jean) Cole of Phoenix, NY, mother Patricia (Robert) Aaserud of Fulton, NY; siblings: Laura (Tom Romeo) Cole, Kathleen (Dan) Cole Perkins, Patricia Sue (Eric Mackin) Cole-Landers, Valerie (Patrick) Cochrane, Belinda Cole, Mary-Ellen (Todd) Hampton, Ed (Mary) Ware, and his “unofficially-adopted brother” and best friend Red Conklin, and dozens of nieces, nephews and many, many other beloved relatives. Calling hours will be held from 11:00 to 1:00 PM at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., with a Funeral Service following at 1:00 PM Saturday at the Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. 2nd St. S., Fulton. Burial and committal service will be held at Lysander Union Cemetery with military honors bestowed by the United States Marine Corp., Honor Guard. In Honor of Steve’s service with the City of Fulton the Cole family has been notified that all municipal flags will be flown at half staff on August 1st and August 5th.

17 thoughts on “Steven H. Cole

  1. Hey, bro, don’t get into too much trouble with Aunt Dotty. No punkin’ hockin’ up there!

  2. To the entire Cole Family and his partner Lisa, There is nothing in this world worse than losing an amazing, wonderful, strong, brother and partner and child who is the Love of your Life, and will always be remembered every day in each one of your hearts. You will always remember those special moments when he said or did something and you all laughed and just enjoyed the moment.My most sincere condolences To Pat and Harold Cole too. Your hearts must be breaking, and no words at this time will help you get through this. May you all be strong and United and celebrate the amazing life of Steve Cole. God Bless You All.

  3. Steve, you have lived well, over coming so much, becoming the man God knew you would be. You fought and overcame, you have formed a legacy of over coming and living life to its fullest. We have loved you during life, and know God is saying Well done my good and faithful servant! Life does go on in heaven, Jesus says he will prepare a place for us. Steve ,until we meet again, thank you blessing us by living your life so well.

  4. As with so many people wish we had spent some more time together Cousin. Blessings

  5. Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one, Steven. May you find comfort in the words written at Acts 24:15, where God promises to bring back to life those we have lost in death by means of a resurrection. In the future He will also eliminate our enemy, death.(Isaiah 25:8) This gives us the wonderful hope of being reunited with our loved ones, forever. Until then, I hope the memories of Steven and these promises from God comfort you in the dsys to come.

  6. Sorry to hear he has passed. It’s always hard but he had a large loving family.

  7. RIP my long time Bud. Thoughts and Prayers to The Cole Family.

    Ray Surowick

  8. Thank You Steve for all the great Memories ! We will cherish them in our Hearts Forever, You will be missed our Friend!! R.I.P.

  9. Steve,
    Thank you for all the memories and adventures growing up you were a very important part of my childhood. May you ride high in the clouds above watching over us all. Until next time “Mr. Crowley”.

  10. Thank you all for your wonderful words of wisdom and love and support during this time! We are so lucky to have such wonderful people in our lives and so was Steve!!!!

  11. Dearest, Steven. I have many sweet memories of you and the sisters. You will never be forgotten. I don’t see how that could be possible. You were so well liked and deeply loved by so many people. Love you always and forever. Sleep Sweet, cousin Steven. My deepest sympathies to all the hurting hearts left behind.

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