Stephen Scola 1935 2019

Obituary of Stephen Scola Stephen Scola of Fort Salonga, NY died peacefully at age 84 on March 30, 2019. He was the devoted husband of Amanda Scola. He was the loving father of Loren Kobus and her husband Theodore J. Kobus III and John Scola and his wife Stephanie Scola. He was the proud and caring grandfather of Owen, Greta, Luca, Audra, Ethan and Theo. He was the fond brother of Peter Scola. Stephen Scola loved his chosen professional path as an accomplished Orthodontist. After 39 years as a practicing orthodontist, he continued working as an attending professor at St. Barnabas University in Bronx, NY. He truly loved working with the students and sharing his experience and love for orthodontics, which he did until his passing. Stephen Scola loved vacationing with family, biking, kayaking, swimming and experiencing all that New York City has to offer with his wife, Amanda. He was a true gentleman, loved talking about the economy/financial markets and family. There will be a Memorial Visitation at Nolan Funeral Home, 5 Laurel Avenue, Northport Wednesday 2-5 & 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass Thursday 10:30 AM St. Joseph’s Church Kings Park. Interment of ashes after mass at Locust Valley Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to M.D.S. Foundation or Huntington Y.M.C.A, in his memory would be appreciated.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Stephen Scola 1935 2019.

Nolan & Taylor-Howe Funeral Home, Inc.

Death notice for the town of: Northport, state: New York

death notice Stephen Scola 1935 2019

obituary notice Stephen Scola 1935 2019

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  1. Dearest Amanda I think about you all the time and recently my granddaughter has a new boyfriend and his name is Luca and I knew I had to try to find you. I am so sorry it was in this way I am so very sorry to hear of Stephen’s passing, he was a lovely man a true gentleman. I would so love to hear from you as you have been my best friend always. Gerilyn (Geri)

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