Bethesda Doctor Killed in Personal Watercraft Accident in Delaware

Funeral services scheduled for Tuesday morning for flood dilettante Stephen Greenhouse

Dr. Stephen Greenhouse

Dr. Stephen Greenhouse


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. 


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