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April 19, 1959 - April 21, 2022
Funeral Home Russon Mortuary Farmington
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Dear Butch and lovely family, we are so sorry to hear this news. We just love sweet Steph, her effervescent personality and friendliness. Our hearts hurt for all of you. We miss seeing your cute family at the cabin! We pray you will have peace and comfort at this difficult time and remember all the best times with Stephanie. love Bob and Becky Hall
Posted by Robert and Becky Hall on April 29, 2022
Steph, I'm grateful our lives intersected for the few years we both lived in the Bountiful 23rd Ward. You are a cherished friend and obviously extended the same privilege to many, many others who came within the circle of your joyful influence. Many will miss you and anticipate a future spirit world reunion.
Posted by Cameron Hess on April 28, 2022
Butch, I am so sorry to see that Steph has passed. The two of you were so great together. After high school graduation our paths rarely crossed, but I wanted to let you know that you & your family are in my thoughts & prayers. May God watch over you and comfort you in the upcoming days.
Posted by Audrey (DeVoogd) Jensen on April 28, 2022
Butch and family we are so sad to hear about Steph. She was such a bright light in what could sometimes be a dark world. She was always so happy and willing to chat, our bowmans trips were always a little longer when we ran into Her at the store. Just a few years ago I was in charge or a yw/mother’s activity and the first person I thought of the speak was Steph. She did an amazing job and watching her talk to everyone there after you would have thought she was from that ward. So the world may not be quite as bright anymore, but I know she will always be with you and that one day soon you will see that beautiful smile and hear her wonderful laugh. Love Dave and Lucy Bevan
Posted by Dave and Lucy Bevan on April 28, 2022
Dear Butch and family. Even though I haven’t seen Steph for so many years (20+), she was one of those truly unforgettable people. Stacey and Ashley loved having her as their young women leader. I always knew that she was “special” not only as a friend, but as a mother, wife, sister, daughter and grandmother. I will never forget that laugh and those crazy, funny stories. I am so sad to hear of her untimely passing. She will leave a big hole in all of your hearts but she will be watching from some bright, shining star. Maya Angelou said “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Steph had a way to make people feel love. She will always be remembered by me for the love that she gave to all she knew. Truly unforgettable. May you be at peace knowing that she is with her Heavenly Father but always in your hearts. “Maybe on the moon, or maybe somewhere new, maybe all you’re missing lives inside of you.”
Posted by Michele Barnard (formerly Barker) on April 27, 2022
Butch, I am so sorry you lost Stephanie so young! She was an amazing lady! I will miss her! Her and I have played words with friends for years! I rarely beat her but I tried! The thing I will miss the most is the messages we sent back and forth. We talked about family and mostly about our Grandkids! She loved them so much! I am grateful for the gospel and the plan of happiness! We will see her again! She is with her parents that she missed so much. Prayers for you and your kids and grandkids! I wish I could be there in person but I will watch on Zoom!
Posted by Kayla Woodruff Parduhn on April 27, 2022
Steph has always been one of my favorite people! And I was just the little sister. She always included me in the conversations and made me feel loved and important. I’m certain that I’m not alone with this opinion. A shooting star for sure. Much love to Butch and the family. 💔😘❤️
Posted by Jill Rasmussen LaSalle on April 27, 2022
Butch and Family, We were so sad when Pat and Diane told us of this sudden loss of Stephanie. She was so friendly and loving from the moment we met. How fortunate we were to share a few moments of friendship with you two. Every time I saw Stephanie, she had a smile for me. You raised a fine family together. Memories of Hillary and Youth Conference. Your kids walked in faith, from your examples. Our family is praying for you each night. May the Lord Bless you with comfort in this difficult time. Love, Jeff and Richelle
Posted by Richelle & Jeff Pearce on April 25, 2022
Butch, So sorry to hear about the passing of your dear wife Stephanie. I read her obituary and she must have been an amazing wife, mother and grandmother. May the Lord watch over you and strengthen you and your family at this difficult time. Your old friend, Jason Allen
Posted by Jason Allen on April 25, 2022
The first time I met Steph, I was completely amazed by her. She was beautiful! It was a ward activity and I was new and it was obvious she was the center! Her light was infectious. Her smile, her laugh, her warmth. Her presence filled the room! I wanted so badly to know her, to be her friend. I was blessed to have that prayer answered. Her family welcomed us into the neighborhood and into their home. Their soda machine in the garage was a huge draw for the kids in the neighborhood! Her kids were as awesome and friendly as she and her husband were! Her example impacted me in so many ways. I wanted to be a mom like her, a wife like her, a friend like her, a teacher like her. A few years ago my youngest daughter came back from girls camp so excited to share about a speaker she had heard. As she told me all about the message, I knew exactly who the speaker was. My friend Steph. My daughter could not believe I knew her! She was stunned that we were good friends. I rose in her estimation that day! I am so grateful I got to write her those memories just two days before she passed on her birthday! I hope she knew how many many people loved her.
Posted by Erin Rose on April 25, 2022