Steven A. Nutting


Steven A. Nutting, 65, a resident of Saratoga Springs, lost his short battle with liver cancer on June 24th, 2019, surrounded by his loving family at his home. Born August 6th, 1953 in Saratoga Springs, NY, he was the son of the late Warren Nutting and Barbara King Nutting. Steve was known for his quick wit and sense of humor and was always the life of the party at any event.

He graduated from Ballston Spa High School in 1972. One week later he became a Cadet with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington D.C. and soon became a police officer for six years. In 1978 he became a NY State Trooper, moving up in ranks and in 2011, he retired as a Senior Investigator with the Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

Steve was a member of the NY State Police Investigators’ Association, Police Benevolent Association and Association of NY State Retired Troopers. He enjoyed the retired Troopers’ dinners. He was also a long-time member of the Saratoga Elks Club.

Steve was head of the Monday Troopers Golf League. He organized this league in 1995 and ran these golf outings for over 20 years, enjoying this time spent with many of his friends. He hosted the best mid-season and end-of-season golf outings for the golf league.

Steve and his wife Katy are members of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA), which they joined in 2008. After joining, Steve and Katy became NY Chapter N Directors and then NY District Directors and served in many other positions until present day. Through GWRRA, they met many wonderful friends and enjoyed many trips and rallies all over the country.

Steve enjoyed traveling with his family and made many wonderful memories on the cruises and vacations with his wife and boys. Steve and Katy enjoyed many trips and traveled to Hawaii and Italy. They especially enjoyed their Grand European Viking River Cruise two years ago and most recently, their 14-day land and sea Alaskan vacation they shared with some dear friends.

Steve enjoyed his quiet time since retiring, reading murder mysteries and spending time on Sacandaga Lake. He especially loved time spent with his “little girl,” his yellow lab, Samantha (Sam.)

Steve married the love of his life, Catherine Bena Nutting on June 12th, 1976. They just celebrated 43 years of marriage. They had four sons, Jason Michael Nutting who passed away December 23rd, 1985, Jonathan Joel Nutting who passed away on April 2nd, 2019, Michael Jason Nutting and Travis Allen Nutting. Steve is also survived by his sisters Deborah Flibotte (Ray), Cindy Ochs (Greg), and Melissa Wing (Andrew); and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held 10am Friday, June 28 at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. Burial will follow in St Peter’s Cemetery, Saratoga Springs. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Thursday, June 27 from 3pm to 7pm at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of Steve may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Guest Book

Steve Byrnes

I am sorry that Steve left us at such a early age. I had some good memories of Steve in high school playing football. I know he will be missed by many. I hope you and your boys are doing well.

Steve

Jay Janczak

Katy--Just heard today of Steve's passing, so sorry for your loss.

Deb Pollay (Sicker)

Katy,
So sorry for your loss. You and yours are in my prayers.
Deb Pollay, (Sicker).

Bill Luedeke Ret.Sgt. New Paltz

Sorry for your loss.

Kim Ann Kingsley

I am in shock. I am so sorry Katy for your loss. May he be at peace and pain free flying with the angels. Growing up together and graduating together it is hard to believe this. I pray for you and the boys bless all of you.

Kate Ludwig

He fought a good fight and will be missed.
Katy, Michael and Travis,
May your good memories carry you through the rough times. You are not alone
Love,
Kate

Jamie and Jeff Butler

For you many many prayers and so so sorry.

John Wappett

It was my pleasure to work with Steve many times during my years as a prosecutor. He was a consummate professional who never forgot to maintain perspective. His smile was infectious. I am so sorry to read of his passing and my prayers are for his family and those who served with him.

Deb Schiavo

Dear Katy, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

Darren Costanzo

My thoughts and prayers to the Nutting family so sorry to hear.

Bill Sickinger

Katy,
I'm sorry for your loss. Steve worked for me while I was at Saratoga, he was always a prankster. His sense of humor was something to witness.. Always with a grin and a gleam in his eyes. He was disappointed if you did not offer him some kind of retort. I hope that with the passing of time, you are able think of him and grin and maybe even laugh.

Kathy Fitzgerald Harris

Katy, I'm so sorry to hear of Steve's passing! All my prayers to you and your boys!

Donald Dorn

Dear Katy and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Steve at SP Saratoga and he could always be counted on for good advice and would bring humor and good cheer to all. He also helped to organize our parties and cared about his co-workers. I'm glad he was able to enjoy some nice adventures with you and the family in his retirement. He will be missed by all.

Brenda Clark Whipple

So sorry for you Katy and the rest of the Nutting family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Kibby French

My condolences go out to the entire Nutting family. I worked with Steve a few times over the years on some major crimes. He was always professional and a pleasure to work with.
Kibby French. Warren County Sheriff’s Investigator retired.

Pamila K Melander

Dear Katy and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. He was a wonderful person and so much fun to be around. May God keep you all wrapped in his arms as you prepared for Steve’s next journey. Heaven gained another angel.
Love and prayers,
Pamila and Bill

Thomas Welch

We had some good times. I am coming home next year was hoping to see you. Prayers for your family from ours Tom Welch, Geralyn Welch, and Maria Welch.

Heather MacLean DiIorio

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you Katy and all your family. Prayers and love are with you. Heather

Wendell Martz

My heart breaks for you and your family. I am so very very sorry for all of your losses and pain. Praying for you.

Wendell

John Wickson

Katy
I am so sorry for your loss. Steve was a good friend all through school. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Dave Hyde

Not many folks enjoy their time on Earth as much as Steve did. He was fun to be around, always had a good story to tell and was never late for an appointment..RIP my friend.....

Steve and Judy Smith

Steve was the life of the party and a wonderful man. His contagious smile and sharp wit will be missed. We loved him and respected him and his kindness to us and many others as we traveled together with GWRRA. Rest in peace our dear friend we will miss you.
Sincerely Steve and Judy Smith