Steven Bernard Korman


Steven Bernard Korman, 75, beloved husband of Gail Korman of Milford Connecticut, passed away on May 9, 2017 in Palm Coast, Florida. Steven was born in New Haven on December 1st, 1941. He graduated from Hopkins School in 1959 and continued on to receive a B.A. in Accounting from Virginia Tech in 1964. Steven married Gail Romer on December 24,1961; they were married 55 years. Steven worked as a Certified Public Accountant, started his career at the Ford Motor Company in Detroit before joining his father, Irving Korman at Korman & Korman CPAs in New Haven CT.   For the past 20 years Steven enjoyed his position as Vice President and Controller of National Lumber of North Haven.

He is survived by his wife Gail, his three sons and their spouses Jay and Beth of Cheshire, Mark and Lauren of Cheshire and David and Heather of Milford, grandchildren Elana, Sydney, Jacob, Molly and Skylar, brother Howard and sister Reyna, both of Florida. Steven is preceded in death by parents Irving and Esther Korman. Steven enjoyed family vacations, boating, fishing and spending time with his grandchildren.  He was known for his wry sense of humor and a commentary for every situation. Throughout the course of his life he had many faithful canine companions, the most current being Brute and Sweetie.

The funeral service will be held at Temple Emanuel, 150 Derby Ave., Orange, CT at 11:00 on Friday May 12th. The interment will be in the Columbus Lodge Cemetery, Jewell St., New Haven, CT.  After the burial visitors will be welcome at their home.  Shiva will be observed on Saturday, Sunday and Monday evenings.  Visitors are welcome starting at 5:00pm with minyan at 7:00pm. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to Temple Emanuel, 150 Derby Ave Orange CT or The Hebrew Congregation of Woodmont, 15 Edgefield Ave, Milford CT.

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  1. martin and helene friedle said,

    05.10.17 at 7:38 pm

    we are so sad to hear of your loss. we were shocked when shiela called us.

  2. Elaine Sneideman said,

    05.10.17 at 8:50 pm

    Dear Gail, we are so saddened to hear this news. It is certainly a loss for your entire family and for the community.
    Ed and Elaine (Cohen )Sneideman

  3. Marcie and Richard Sugarmann said,

    05.10.17 at 11:59 pm

    Dear Gail, Richard and I were shocked and terribly saddened to read about the passing of Steve. Words can’t begin to express our sorrow for you and all of your family. It’s been a long time since your boys and ours were playmates in Bethany. May Steve Rest In Peace – may his memory be for a blessing.
    Marcie & Richard Sugarmann

  4. Jim and Karen Scialabba said,

    05.12.17 at 12:50 am

    Very saddened to read of Steve’s passing. He was a valued adviser early in my career and I always looked forward to our meetings and discussions. May you find comfort in the good work Steve did.

    Jim Scialabba

  5. Christine Peck said,

    05.17.17 at 8:22 pm

    Much love to all of you. So very sad to learn this news. We will miss his laugh and sense of humor. May you all find comfort in each other and peace in wonderful memories.

    Chris, Steve and Will Peck