Stephen Tod Grosscope

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Stephen Tod Grosscope

Stephen Tod Grosscope, 68, passed away at his home in Cleveland, on Nov. 24, 2017.

He was born in Manhattan Beach, Calif., on Nov. 12, 1949, to Margaret Louise Durney and George William Grosscope.

There were many places he called home — some of his favorite locales were McLean and Great Falls, Va., where he bought his first house. And after that he called Berkeley Springs, W.Va., his home. Over the course of his life, he traveled to Colombia, Costa Rica, Europe and a few islands in the Caribbean. His favorite vacation spots were often anywhere with a beach, and he frequently visited with his brother Kim Stansfield Grosscope and family in Galveston, Texas.

Steve attended George Mason University and the University of South Florida and enjoyed his time in Tampa. He worked as a contractor and painter, he owned his own business called STG Decorators and was very talented making his own paint colors along with hanging wallpaper, creative tile installations and would often do remodeling jobs from start to finish.

He had two children who he loved with all his heart. Everyone who knew him well would often say that he was a very kind and sweet soul and had a very generous heart.

He is survived by his daughter, Bianca Rose Grosscope; son, Casey Angelo Grosscope; his daughter-in-law. Nicole Lee Jarman; and they are the parents of grandson, Henry Lee Grosscope; Kim’s wife, Diana Lynn Grosscope, and their children; niece, Morgan Kiana Grosscope; nephew, Travis William Grosscope; brother, Gregory William Grosscope, and his two sons; and nephews, Todd Edward Dewey and Alexander Dodd Dewey.

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