William A. "Steve" Dunlop
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William A. "Steve" Dunlop

Rochester - Bill passed peacefully on May 9th, 2020 at the grand age of 92. He is survived by his loving wife of 67 years Connie; children DeEtte Dunlop, Adele (Edward) Jones, William Dunlop; grandchildren Herb, Carlye, Nathan, Justin; great-granddaughter Sahana; niece Janice-Marie; special friends Jim and Debby Adamo, Garry and Pat Bennigsohn, and the angels in 901. The family also extends special thanks to Dr. Cahn-Hidalgo, Dr. Rashid, Dr. Schiff and the staff at Lifetime Care Hospice. William was a retiree of the Rochester City School District.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may donate to a charity of their choice.






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Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle on May 17, 2020.
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May 22, 2020
I was deeply saddened to hear of Bill's recent passing. He was my colleague and friend for twenty years at the Rochester City School District. Our offices were right next door and there was never a day that that we didn't touch base or give one another a word of encouragement. What I learned from Bill is that what really lasts and what really counts is caring about others. We all deeply respected and were often influenced by the example of his character and his goodness. On the day he retired, I walked out to the car with him and remember standing sadly waving as he left. I sat for a half hour on the bench outside the front door with tears running down, feeling like I did not know how I would ever get along without him right next door. It was a pleasure over the years to get to know Connie and to see her deep devotion to Bill and to her family and circle of those she loved. May God bless you all, Know that you are not alone in this time of sadness. Holding You in the Light, Laura Volk
Laura Volk
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