Stephanie was one of the most genuine people we have ever known. She was an adorable blonde with a beautiful smile. Her smile could brighten the darkest day. She was quiet and reserved but driven and determined to accomplish everything she set her mind to. Although we were only able to share a limited amount of time with Steph she added to the makeup of our family. She was the best thing that ever happened to our brother. She made him a better man and she helped him to be a great husband. We have no doubt she would have been a wonderful mother on this earth to her little girl and know that she will be in the eternities. Her sudden passing left our family with a vacancy that can never be completely filled until we meet again. The hand of death touched and claimed her life suddenly and unexpectedly. We wish she was still with us, yet we know she is fulfilling her callings on the other side. There is no question that Stephanie was a woman of character, an amazing wife, and fantastic daughter and sister-in-law who's presence and influence will be felt and affect us through the rest of our mortal journey and into the eternities. Steph had such a big heart with much to give. We saw this over and over again as she tended the nieces and nephews. The level at which Steph dealt with children far surpassed her age in years. She had such understanding, patience, and a genuine love toward children. She was always looking for ways to teach and better our children. It is our prayer that our little girls grow up to be the woman Steph was and is. It has been said, "life is not fair but eternity is," and we can't wait to spend it with you Steph, your daughter Aspen Lynn, and the rest of our families.
Grandma Chele, Father Chad, Joel, Marcie, Robbie, McCormick, Korbin, Rya, Jake, Katie, Darant, Shelby, Trey, Joseph, Stephanie, Kael, Aidan, Owen, Jarom, Nicci, Jace, Teagan, James, Shawn, Kaleb, John, and Joanna
** We would like to let everyone know that the viewing for our dear sister-in-law Stephanie will be held held from 6:00-8:00 p.m. on Tuesday night at Myer's Mortuary located just East of the Brigham City Tabernacle. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 11:00 a.m. at the LDS Stake Center located at 650 Anderson Drive in Brigham City following a viewing at 10:00 am. **