Steven L. Strogoff

April 5, 1966December 18, 2020

Steven Lewis Strogoff, formerly of Marblehead, born on April 5, 1966, passed away suddenly on December 18, 2020. Steven was the beloved husband of Kinga Strogoff and the beloved father of Kai Strogoff and Tyler Phillips. He was the cherished son of Roberta “Bobbe” Strogoff and the late Erwin “Yale” Strogoff, the loving brother of Cathy Netburn and husband Peter Netburn of Sudbury, MA, and a special uncle to Amanda Netburn of Chicago, IL, David Netburn of Sudbury, and Korneila Polinska of Poland.

Steven grew up in Marblehead, graduated from Marblehead High School and has always lived on the North Shore. After college, he worked for his Dad in his iron and metal/scrap reclamation business in Chelsea and Everett, which Steve took over upon his father’s retirement and continued to successfully operate and expand. Steve lived life to its fullest and made an unforgettable impression on everyone he met. He was an amazing athlete, playing football in high school, diving in college, and skiing and wakeboarding for many years. He was a loving husband and devoted father who loved being with his children, and a loyal and generous friend. Steve was happiest on a boat or at the ocean, especially when he could share that time with his family and his friends.

Due to the Corona Virus pandemic, Steve’s memorial service will be private.

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy can be made in Steven’s memory to Sibling Connections, 89 South Street, Suite 203, Boston, MA 02111.


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Robin Friedman

January 21, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. When he lived on Estabrook for many years their were many dinners shared with family and friends. He was a incredible father to his children and husband to you! He will be sorely missed and may all your wonderful memories shine a light forever in your heart. He is looking down on you and Kia with his great big smile proud of you and watching Kia become an expert on his skate board! May he Rest In Peace
Robin Friedman

Leslie Hastings Miller

December 31, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember Steven from school, he was always a very kind person to me. His smile is etched in my memory. Best to you and family I know he will be dearly missed.
With sincerity, Leslie

Deanna DeLorenzo

December 30, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss of Steven. He was a wonderful friend. His presence will be greatly missed by all who loved him. I will always remember his beautiful blue eyes, his great smile and his laugh. I know he is sharing time and many laughs with my brother David DeLorenzo right now. I wish you all peace in your time of need and send you my love and prayers. My most recent memories of Steve are how happy he was the night he got engaged in Salem & the love and pride he showed at the MHS Thanksgiving football game with his youngest child. Much love, Deanna DeLorenzo McMahon

Stephanie Cohen

December 22, 2020

Dear bobbi
I just read about your loss!! I am so sorry!! I know their r no words that can console you
But just try to take comfort in knowing that you will not only have your wonderful memories but you will have wonderful friends who will always be there for you
Stephanie cohen

Florence Wigetman

December 22, 2020

Dear Bobbi, I was devastated when I heard about the loss of your son . My son in law read it in the Globe. Please accept my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. There are no words to make you feel better but hopefully you will have good memories. Very sincerely, Florence.

Marc Slafsky

December 21, 2020

Steven was along time client who I considered a friend. I had the pleasure of working with both Steve & Kinga in the business world, but he would always want to know about my family as well.
I know how much he enjoyed his family and his love for Kinga and Kai.
He will be missed, and my heart goes out to his family and friends during this time. I'm glad I got a chance to know Steven and will support Kinga always.

Jeremy Katz

December 21, 2020

I am so sorry for your lost Steve was a great friend of mine . He came in for breakfast on the way to work . He took me to his house on lake Winnepesaukee . This really crushed me . I'm absolutely devastated . Gone to soon . Rest in piece my friend .

Joshua Resnek

December 21, 2020

Steve was our next door neighbor on Ocean Street. He was a great next door neighbor, but even more, he was a great guy - a complex guy - but generous, and sensitive, too. He let us use his pool whenever we wanted. It was quite a thing to watch him turn a triple off the low diving board and slice into the water like a knife! He had the physique of Adonis. He loved his kids. I used to have lunch with him every now and then at the junkyards in Everett and Chelsea that the Strogoff Family has owned for decades. Good, good guy. I am very sorry to learn of his death. To his wife and his children, my condolences.