NAPLES, FLA. – Stephen M. Woolf died June 14 at Naples Community Hospital after a short illness. Born in Providence, son of the late Reuben and Anne (Bazar) Woolf, he had lived in Bonita Springs and Naples, Florida for more than 15 years, previously living in Staten Island, New York, and Cranston. Stephen attended the University of Rhode Island. He was highly skilled in mathematics and computer sciences and worked for many years as a computer programmer for IBM and later, while living in Staten Island, as a computer programmer for the New York City Hotel and Restaurant Workers Union.
He is survived by his three children, Robin, Sheila and William; a brother, Carl, and his wife, Susan; a niece, Rachel and her husband, Neill; and many grandchildren.
Contributions in his name may be made to the charity of your choice.