David F. Genagon of Elba went to be with Jesus after a brief stay at Unity Hospital on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at the age of 64.David was predeceased by his father, Myron and his mother, Edith (Schultz) Genagon. David was married for 40 years to the absolute love of his life, Tammy (Steinbrenner), who he doted on and adored. Tammy could not have had a more loving husband. He was the fourth generation to work the Genagon family farm before joining Kodak for 35 years. Outside of work, David had several other interests. He had a lifelong love of classic cars, especially his ’69 Camaro which he fondly remembered and sorely missed. At 6’7” he was the tallest blackbelt in his Dojo. Karate was a hobby David took up in order to spend more time with his sons, for whom he would have done absolutely anything. David was an active and faithful member of Living Waters Church in Le Roy, where he was embraced by a large church familywho shared his love of Jesus. During the summer he enjoyed camping and relaxing at Conesus Lake with his wife. David was a family man, an amazing friend, and a loving Pop Pop. He was always there whenever anyone needed him. He was selfless, humble and always placed family first. David is survived by his wife Tammy (Steinbrenner) Genagon, two sons, Jason (Stacy) of Caledonia, Joshua (Jennifer) of Rush, and four grandchildren-Madison, Kara, William, and Owen. David considered himself fortunate to have a second set of parents, Virginia and George Steinbrenner, along with his brothers and sisters through marriage; Jay (Shannon) Steinbrenner, Jeff (Lori) Steinbrenner, Terri (Doug) Skierski, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He will also be greatly missed by his pup and two cats. Family and friends are invited to call Friday, January 3rd from 4-8 p.m. at Falcone Family Funeral & Cremation Service Inc., 8700 Lake Street Rd. (Rt. 19), LeRoy. His funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 4th at 10 a.m. at Living Waters Church, 30 Main Street, LeRoy. David was a person of faith and lived his life serving others. He will be missed beyond measure, and we pray his spirit of love will live on in those whose lives he touched. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Genesee County Animal Shelter, 3841 W. Main Street Road, Batavia, NY 14020.