Businessman Roger Stenbak's legacy is integrity, kindness
Prior to his sudden death on June 17, the 66-year old Candia man had, after all, made quite a name for himself in the New England business community and left behind a lasting legacy for his wife of 43 years, Jan, their two sons and five grandchildren.
In addition to his New Hampshire business interests, Stenbak also had profitable entrepreneurial ventures in Plymouth, Mass., and in Maine, according to his wife, who said that his last endeavor may have been the one he enjoyed most.
She said her husband always had a plethora of friends, first in Washington, where he grew up, and then in New Hampshire, where the couple lived in Nashua from 1977 through eight years ago, when they moved to a farm house in Candia.
“Everyone kept saying how kind he was, and that was really the perfect adjective for him, because above all else, he was very, very kind and generous to all those he encountered,” she said.
Roger Stenbak was also known for his Mr. Fix-it skills and was an avid fly fisherman who enjoyed traveling to Maine and Alaska with his friends.
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