Steven Andrew Jacobson

May 28, 1956June 21, 2018

Steven Jacobson, beloved husband of Nori Jacobson, has passed peacefully on June 21, 2018 at home in Glastonbury with wife by his side after a valiant fight against cancer. Steven was born on May 28, 1956 to Cora and Arthur Jacobson in East Hampton, CT. He graduated from East Hampton High School, East Hampton CT in 1973. He enjoyed playing soccer in high school, attended Manchester Community College Culinary Arts program to become a chef, working at several restaurants over the years. He was an amateur mechanic, buying and selling cars on the side. He started his own construction/handyman business in 2005, working up until 2013 when he became ill. He married Jane Norris (Nori) Grantham in 2007, enjoying 11 years together. Though Steven professed to be a “city fella” after growing up on his family farm, he still loved being around horses, dogs, cats, any other animals in the vicinity, and gardening. Steven enjoyed swing dancing and was great at it! And there was no greater fun for him than throwing a picnic and inviting half the world to come!! He is survived by his wife Nori Jacobson of Glastonbury CT and her two sisters Deborah and Elizabeth Grantham of Ithaca, NY. He is also survived by his father Arthur Jacobson Sr, brothers and sisters Martin Jacobson, Cindy Pond, Patty Sloan, Arthur Jacobson Jr, Jimmy Jacobson, Betsy Wall, numerous nieces and nephews, and many wonderful loving friends. His dog, Monk E. Dawg, and two cats will miss him dearly. Steven was predeceased by his mother Cora. Nori would like to thank all the wonderful dear friends who have helped with Steven’s care the past four years, the nurses, care givers, and therapists from Hartford Health Care at Home, his doctors and nurses at St Francis Hospital in Hartford. The Glastonbury Funeral Home, 450 New London Turnpike, Glastonbury, CT is in care of the arrangements....A MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL TAKE PLACE ON AUGUST 5th AT 3PM IN THE LUTHERAN CHURCH OF ST. MARK AT 75 GRISWOLD ST., GLASTONBURY, CT AND A RECEPTION WILL FOLLOW AT THE SAME LOCATION.... In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Alcoholics Anonymous or The Lutheran Church of St. Mark in Glastonbury, CT.


  • Memorial Service Sunday, August 5, 2018

Steven Andrew Jacobson

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Melissa Engel

June 24, 2018

When I think of life on Tartia/Markham roads the best of those memories include the Jacobson clan. The very first Jacobson we all fell in love with was Steven. (We fell in love with the rest of them In due time!). There was no escaping Steven’s charisma and charm. Steven and I were 12 when we moved to Markham Road and his family was living with Nana right across the street . He immediately went to work for Dad and quickly became part of the family! The stories are too many to share here but are an integral part of our childhood and remind me often of how life is supposed to be. Rest easy my friend. My love, Tissa