Died: December 29, 1957
Married: Minnie Lesperance
Children: Arthur Steneri, Margaret
Adirondack Daily Enterprise, January 3, 1958
PL STENERI, DIES FORMERLY OF SL
Phillip L. Steneri, 75, who lived with his daughter, Mrs. Margaret Dowdell, 16 Scott St., Utica, died Dec. 29, 1957, in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, after an illness of about a year and a half.
Mr. Steneri was born Sept. 26, 1882, in New York City, a son of Louis and Louisa Steneri. He was educated in New York City schools. As a young man, Mr. Steneri moved to Saranac Lake where he was associated for thirty years with Branch & Callanan Co., lumber and contracting concern, as head glazer.
While in Saranac Lake, he taught music and instruments, and conducted community bands and orchestras. On Feb. 11, 1907, he married Minnie Lesperance in St. Bernard's Church, Saranac Lake. She died Nov. 2, 1923. In 1934, he moved to Albany, where tie continued his music work. Mr. Steneri came to Utica in 1952 and had resided here since. He was a parishioner of Our Lady of Lourdes Church.
Surviving besides his daughter is a son, Arthur J. Steneri. Flushing, L. I.; two grandchildren, including Arthur J. Steneri Jr., Utica: and two great-grandchildren.
2012-03-29 11:56:04 As a Master Carpenter, it has been reported that he helped to build the "Littel Red Cottage" at the Trudeau Sanitorium —220.127.116.11
- Don't believe everything you hear— Little Red was built in 1884, when he was two years old.
2012-04-03 11:44:28 P.L. Steneri had TWO (2) grandchildren: Arthur J. Steneri, Jr. and Barbara J. Steneri (nee Stucliffe / Peters) —18.104.22.168