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OverbeckSFORESTVILLE:  Steven L. Overbeck, 61, of Walnut Street, Forestville, formerly of Silver Creek, died Friday, August 2nd, 2019 at Brooks Memorial Hospital, Dunkirk, following a lengthy illness.  He was born in Jamestown, on September 18, 1957, the son of the late Louis and Maude (Devine) Overbeck.

Mr. Overbeck worked as a Mechanic for West Herr Ford in Hamburg, retiring after 14 years.  He also owned & operated the former Custom Iron Motorcycle Shop in Silver Creek and worked as a Motorcycle Mechanic for Twin Iron Customs in Easton, Maryland.  Mr. Overbeck enjoyed being a mechanic, fixing things and helping people.

Survivors include three sons Tim Carrow, of Arizona; Daniel Woods, Jr., of Silver Creek; Christopher Racinowski, of Forestville; two brothers, Bruce (Valerie) Overbeck, of Forestville; and Dennis Fanale, of Silver Creek. Also surviving are one granddaughter Aria Woods, several nieces & nephews and his beloved dog “Monica”.  Besides his parents he was predeceased by his wife Diane (Firman) Overbeck, who died March 8, 2008.

Friends are welcome to call at Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, 39 Main Street, Forestville on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 PM, from where Funeral Services will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o’clock, with Rev. Michael Leamon, pastor of Christ Chapel Wesleyan Church, officiating.  Interment will follow in Evergreen Lawn Cemetery, Town of Hanover.  To post condolences go to

3 Comments on Obituary Notice – Steven L. Overbeck

  1. Tom and Kathy Denslow says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I wished I could have been there. Stevie was also so kind and genuine. I will miss seeing him when we get back again to visit.
    Love to all
    Tom & Kathy

  2. william j. quinn sr. says:

    to bruce and dennis and to all the sons nieces and nephews and grand children and friends im sorry I could not be there today im so sorry for your loss but truly know that god will heal your sorrow and to me steve was a good man I did not grow up with him I met him later in life he was a bear of a man with a real heart of gold to others may god light his way and keep the wind at his back always and ride on steve pain free rest in peace steve forever knowing that you will see your loved ones once again god you and bless the entire overbeck family

  3. Jackie Kulpa says:

    My Dearest Old Friends Dennis & Bruce & families, I cannot tell you how devastating it was to read your message to me about Steve’s passing. Funerals are very hard for me; I am so very sorry that I can’t be there to support you and your family. Steve was an honest, caring person. If you decide to have the memorial bike run for Steve; and you need my assistance, please just ask. Love, Jackie (& Chopper)

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