Stephen was born in St. Louis July 14, 1933. After graduating from Kirkwood (Mo.) High School, Frank majored in mathematics at Princeton. He wrote his thesis on convexity preserving maps and joined Prospect. He was head usher for the University concert series and was a member of a philosophy discussion group. After graduate work, Stephen became a professor of mathematics at SUNY Buffalo.
A dedicated and beloved brother, husband, father, grandfather, and friend, Stephen died July 21, 2014, in Jacksonville, Fla. All who knew him will remember his quick wit and beautiful smile. He is survived by his sister, Elizabeth; daughter Lynn; son Jason; son-in-law Carlos; granddaughter Jenna; nieces Carolina, Marjie, Ann, Liz, Katie, Melissa, and Christine; and nephews John and Danny. He also leaves behind countless dear friends, many from Buffalo. Stephen was predeceased by his wife, Joan; brother Peter; and sisters Susan and Dorothy.
To his survivors, the class expresses joy at having known an exceptional man.