Zarmsky, Steven F.

Zarmsky-1Steven F. Zarmsky, 59, passed away peacefully on December 25, 2015 at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford after a long battle with chronic illness. Born in Stamford, he is survived by four siblings; William Zarmsky of White Plains, NY, Christine Zarmsky of Norwalk, Frank Zarmsky f Middletown, and Jennifer Pinto of Monroe. Steve moved to Farmington in the early 1980’s and worked for over 25 years at Farmington Bank, first as an auditor and then in the accounting department. Known by his many friends as “the Z-man”, Steve was an avid fan of the New York Jets and Mets. He enjoyed golfing at the Country Club of Farmington, fishing the Farmington River, and spending time with his family. He and his former wife Roxanne have three beautiful children: Sarah Zarmsky, 19 who is a sophomore at Brandeis University, and Brett Zarmsky, 14, and Sofia Zarmsky, 14, who both attend Farmington High School. Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Sunday (Jan. 3) from 12:00-2:00pm followed by funeral services in the funeral home at 2:00pm. Burial will be private at Riverside Cemetery in Farmington. Steven will be dearly missed by his many friends and family, who will remember him as an outgoing, funny, and loving man.

Calling Hours

Sunday, January 3, 2015 from 12:00-2:00pm

Funeral Service

Sunday, January 3, 2015 at 2:00pm in The Ahern Funeral Home



Memorial Contribution

5 Responses to 'Zarmsky, Steven F.'

  1. Linda Kime says:

    Hi Roxanne. I just found out that Steve died!!! I wish I had known and would’ve been there to honor Steve at Jan 3 service, as a great part of my life from ’86 (when we were at your NB apartment) – 2014 (when I got to celebrate Thanksgiving at Chip’s house). I have fond memories of us gathering at the Taylor’s property on Winding trails lake, and at your home swimming & dining in Farmington. And many times in between. Steve was always there to greet me at baseball field when your kids having games, and at Relay For Life or other community gatherings, he was present with kids and representing our community. He was a true friend to Chip. I loved his menu plan for cooking great dinners! I hate that he is gone for your children, whom he adored. Please accept my condolences. My heart goes out to you family. -Linda K

  2. Larry Pittinger says:

    Frank and Family:
    Very sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. My prayers are with you and your family.

  3. William A Petit Jr says:

    Roxanne and children,
    My deepest condolences on the loss of Steve/your Dad. I enjoyed the time we spent together at the club on the patio and golfing. I hope you have many good memories-the pictures at the wake showed many good family times together. Kind regards and deepest sympathies,
    Bill Petit

  4. Bart Halloran says:

    I will miss Steve, and wish to extend my condolences to all of his family. Steve had a good heart, and truly loved his children. May he find peace.

    Bart Halloran

  5. John Sullivan says:

    Thank you Steve for being a part of my life growing up in Stamford. I remember us talking about the Rolling Stones, your dog Cyclone was the coolest, and watching you play Hockey. I was a younger nerdy kid, and you were pretty cool to all of us. You were a cool cat to know. God bless you and rest in peace.

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