FRAMINGHAM, MA… Steven I. Biro, 93, passed away on Monday  August 7, 2017.

Born in 1924 in the city of Szolnok, Hungary, he survived the Holocaust by escaping from his forced labor battalion in 1944 and then returned to Budapest.  After the war, Mr. Biro received his Masters Degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Hungary.  Shortly before he escaped from Communist Hungary during the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, he met his future wife, the former Judith Fuelep.  In 1957 he was granted asylum in the United States and settled in Cleveland, OH.  In 1961, he traveled to Germany where he reunited with Judith, marrying her a year later.  In 1963 the couple moved to Princeton, NJ, when Mr. Biro joined the RCA Space Center.  In 1973 the couple bought a home in Lawrenceville, NJ where they resided for almost 50 years.

In 1970, Mr. Biro formed Biro Engineering, a consulting company focused on servicing the new formed Cable Television industry. Mr. Biro was a lifetime member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and a senior member of the Society of Cable TV Engineers (SCTE).  A prodigious technical writer, Mr. Biro wrote over thirty technical papers and presentations including several books published by the SCTE.  He was the beloved husband of Judith for 48 years; devoted father of Peter and Robert; cherished grandfather  of Sophie, Lily, Megan and Jodie.

Funeral services and burial are 11:30 AM  Thursday (August 10) at Congregation Brothers of Israel Cemetery, Cedar Lane, Hamilton Township. The period of mourning will be observed at Peter Biro’s residence in Wellesley, MA. The family respectfully requests memorial contributions to the Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Boston.