Steve Crohn died suddenly on August 24, 2013
Son of Janet Zuckerman and Richard Crohn. Stephen grew up in Dumont, NJ and then attended University of Wisconsin and Cooper Union Art Students League in NYC. He received his master's degree at NYU in Social Work. In addition to being a prolific painter and sculpture, he was an editor for Fodor's, and a social worker in NYC where he lived. He touched many lives with his abounding love for humanity. He is survived by his sisters, Amy Crohn Santagata (Will), Carla Crohn Friedman (Stan), and Judith Bloom (Jay) as well as many nieces and nephews whom he loved.
Beyond his artistic accomplishments, Steve was a well-known figure in medical and scientific circles because he was one of a handful of people who seemed to be impervious to infection from the HIV virus. He was featured in a NOVA special on HIV.
His family website contains more news.