Nelsen Williamsburg


Steven Gregory Kojcsich

July 13, 1952November 8, 2020

On Sunday, November 8, 2020, Steven G. Kojcsich, 68, after a very brief illness, gently passed away due to complications from Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, at Riverside Regional Hospital in Newport News, VA surrounded by family.

He was born in Washington, DC on July 13, 1952 to John and Gloria Loftus Kojcsich. The family relocated to Williamsburg a few short years later. Steve graduated from Christopher Newport University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. Steve went on to have a long career at Colonial Williamsburg’s Hospitality Division with more than 25 years of service in various positions. He was best known as “Mr. K” with his fellow associates. After retirement, he joined Sharon with assistance in her business, Curves for Women, as a behind the scenes guy doing maintenance, servicing the equipment, cleaning, IT specialist guru and the best holiday decorator. The ladies called him “Mr. Curves.”

Steve is survived by his wife, Sharon, who has lost the love of her life and her best friend; mother, Gloria Loftus Kojcsich of West Point, VA; mother-in-law, Iris Smith Lytton of Radford, VA; daughters, Cindi Kojcsich Wilson of Glen Burnie, MD and Kristy Kojcsich and her companion Craig of Lafayette, CO; son, Jason Poythress of Williamsburg, VA; grandchildren, Brooke Wilson of Romulus, MI, Xavior Wilson of Reno, NV, Joshua Poythress of Williamsburg, VA and Graeson Anne Poythress of Williamsburg, VA; brothers, John (Vicky) of Winston Salem, NC, Christopher of Springfield, VA and Tom of Richmond, VA; and his beloved pets, Spencer (his dog) and Smokey (his cat). He was predeceased by his father, John Kojcsich; and father-in-law, Lawrence Lytton.

He had a deep love for his family, friends and the OBX where we vacationed and built a second home for year round getaways.

The family wishes to thank the 5th floor ICU Oncology nurses and staff for their loving care, especially Christine, and the two Brittanys that were with us on his final day. Due to Covid-19, a Remembrance Service will be scheduled at a later date.

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    Saturday, May 8, 2021



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Ann Brown-Hailey

December 10, 2020

I am so sorry to learn of Steve's illness and passing. Even after I was no longer working at Colonial Williamsburg, seeing Steve was always a treat; greeting me with that terrific smile, always knowing the right thing to say, and we shared great memories of our work family.
Please accept my sincere condolences.

Cay Davis

December 3, 2020

I am so very sorry to learn of Steve’s passing. Sharon, my thoughts and prayers are with you. Steve always had a nice and pleasant presence at Curves and when I saw him at Mia’s. God bless you and your family.

Christine Rehberger

November 24, 2020

Sharon, I will always remember the beautiful way Steve decorated the Christmas tree at Curves.
I hope you and family will remember all the good times and share good memories.
Sending prayers.

Cynthia Kojcsich Wilson

November 20, 2020

Miss you Dad!!! Definitely missed your "Happy Birthday" call today, saying "if you're like me, it's just another day". I'm so grateful for our last visit together. Until we meet again...xoxo

Myra Bernard

November 17, 2020

Sharon: I will never forget Steve's kindness and supportive nature toward me when you guys first took me on as an employee. I am saddened at his transition and your profound lost. My prayers goes out for you, his mother and his family.


Susan Farley

November 17, 2020

I was saddened to hear about Steve. I know he will be missed. Thinking of you.

Nathalyn Field

November 17, 2020

I am so sorry for the loss of Steve. I know he will be so missed.
I am thinking of you and if I can help in any way please let me know. ❤️

Lynn Bedell

November 16, 2020

So sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I will miss his Christmas decorations and smile.

Kathy Kohler

November 16, 2020

Sharon, I am so sorry to hear about Steve. My deepest sympathies and my prayers are with you. Kathy Kohler

Scott Whitehead

November 15, 2020

Sharon: Kathy and I are so deeply saddened to learn of Steve's passing. We're keeping you and your family in our prayers.