Years of Silliness
I will be forever grateful for the time that I did get to spend with Steph. The countless hours on the phone; half of the time in pig latin, all of the good times together on Richard Lake, and in her parents current house, Denis and Deb’s many drop-offs and pickups to and from my parent’s house(especially on the bikes or Richard in the geo metro), church services, youth group, hanging out and camping. Steph is still to this day the sweetest person I have ever met and probably that I will ever know. She was always funny, full of life, compassionate, forgiving and a beautiful person in and out. She was soft spoken, but she could be loud and crazy too; always having something clever to say. She definitely had her blonde moments, but we all loved that side of her and she was always able to laugh at herself for it as well. We used to find it so funny to pretend that I was smacking her in public by me swinging my arm and her smacking it as it came in close proximity to her face and pretending she was hurt. It really was funny until the day I actually slapped her in the church basement. Needless to say, we stopped doing that but never stopped being silly. She taught me the importance of grammar, table manners and quoting funny movies, but most of all she taught me how to love and be loved and she will forever be a part of me. My condolences go out to her family and close friends. Everyone loved Steph and her bright smile that I’ve seen so many comments about. She really did have a way of lighting up a room and people’s days. I hate to say goodbye to her so soon. She will be sadly missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. I’ll always love you and cherish the moments that we had.
Posted by Kevin Fallis
Thursday July 11, 2013 at 11:49 am