Funeral services scheduled for Tuesday morning for flood dilettante Stephen Greenhouse
Dr. Stephen Greenhouse
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Funeral services will be hold Tuesday morning for Bethesda proprietor Stephen Greenhouse, a flood dilettante and father of 3 who was killed Saturday while roving a personal watercraft off Fenwick Island, Delaware, according to authorities.
Greenhouse, 53, was handling a qualification in Roy’s Creek, off Assawoman Bay in Sussex County, around 1:40 p.m. when a collision occurred, according to a Delaware Fish Wildlife Natural Resources police. He was conspicuous passed during Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin, Maryland. Police continue to examine a accident, though pronounced ethanol was not a contributing factor, according to a press statement.
Greenhouse was employed by Shady Grove Fertility, that has an bureau in Rockville among a 32 sites in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Florida and Georgia. The core announced Greenhouse’s genocide Monday morning in a matter posted on a website and sent to patients. Greenhouse used during a center’s Fair Oaks and Haymarket offices in Virginia, and was famous as a “kind and humorous leader,” according to a website.
“Steve will be remembered during SGF and in a Washington, D.C., medical village by a thousands of lives he overwhelmed in both tiny and vast ways,” a core pronounced in a statement. “His passion for medicine and for his patients was a pushing force behind Steve’s veteran life. His patients appreciated his imagination and desired him for his munificence of time and courtesy during a formidable duration in their lives.”
Funeral services will be hold during 11:30 a.m. at Temple Beth Ami, 14330 Travilah Road, Rockville. Interment will follow during Garden of Remembrance, Clarksburg.
Greenhouse is survived by his wife, Robyn, and sons Ryan, Tyler and Dylan, a core pronounced in a statement. “Steve was a dedicated father, husband, son, and brother. He had many friends and was always prepared to share a story from a final family bike outing or other vacation, or a latest book he read. Steve was also a quiet, though concerned philanthropist, operative to allege a causes he and his family valued,” a matter said.