Mr. Frisbee was my first customer when I worked as a banker at the Chase branch on Long Pond/Latta Rd. I was a little nervous at first because I was learning but he made me feel very comfortable and told me I was doing a good job. He would come in to visit me and totally make my day.
Several years later, I met his son, Steve Frisbee, Jr. while working at BOCES. I immediately recognized the voice and noticed his mannerisms were exactly the same. I said, I feel like I know you. Are you related to Steve Frisbee?” He laughed and said, yes, that’s my dad, I’m also Steve Frisbee.” We’ve been friends ever since. Now I can say I’ve had the privilege to have known them both.
RIP Mr. Frisbee. You are a great man and will be dearly missed but I know we’ll see you again.
Sending prayers for peace, comfort, and understanding for the Frisbee Family in Jesus name. Love, Tanya Frank
A truly awesome guy. A great friend and the sweetest person I've known. Will miss your daily "Health and Welfare" calls. Could always bring a smile to my face.
R.I.P. my friend. You will be missed, but your job here is done. "Got your six" Stay sweet my friend.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Frisbee family.