Stephanie Orlando Brown

  • Born: April 6, 1962
  • Died: August 10, 2020
  • Location: San Antonio, Texas

Porter Loring Mortuary North

2102 North Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX 78232

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Stephanie Orlando Brown, age 58, passed away on Monday, August 10, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas. She was born April 6, 1962, to Charlotte Hunt and James Milton Orlando in Houston, Texas.

She grew up in San Antonio and graduated from Clark High School in 1980, and she was crowned Miss San Antonio the same year. Stephanie loved to dance her whole life, first as a member of the Clark dance team, and later with her husband of 31 years. She lit up every room she entered with her beauty, style, and spirit.

In 1985 she graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, and a Texas Cowboys sweetheart.

Returning to San Antonio after graduation, Stephanie worked at Frost Brothers department store and as an adult probation officer. In 1987, she met her future husband, Tim, and they married on New Year's Eve the following year. Stephanie and Tim were partners in love and business for 31 years. If she wasn't running her children to class or doing volunteer work for the school, she was by his side at the office. She threw herself at the challenges of her business, kept her perspective and used to joke that her next business should be a girl's dance school.

Stephanie often referenced her experience as a probation officer in raising her two sons, Timothy and Parker. She used M&Ms to teach them colors and coins to teach them numbers. She believed fiercely in the value of a good education and worked to make sure her children received one.

Her love of all children led her to volunteer in many ways, as a case worker for Child Advocates of San Antonio (CASA), as a member of Junior League, as a volunteer and parent advocate for the various schools her sons attended.

She spoke with her mother every day, and they shared a common rule, unspoken but followed religiously: that they would each be uplifting and positive. She was a blessing to everyone she met, but she was an angel here on Earth to her mother.

She was honest, kind, and happiest when she was bringing people together. She was always ready to lend a sympathetic ear and offer thoughtful advice. She was an incredible wife, mother, daughter and person. She will be deeply missed.

She was preceded in death by her father, James Milton; brother, Jim and sister-in-law, Janet Robertson.

She is survived by her mother and father, Charlotte and A. L. Hernden, by her sisters Miriam and Bernie Campion, Jennifer and Richard Sparr, and Tricia Hernden, and her brothers John and Martha Hernden and Michael Hernden.

She is also survived by her husband, Tim L. Brown, and their two sons, Timothy Lee Brown and Parker Wyndham Brown, as well as Sharon Brown and Mike Parker, Eddie Brown and Cathy Holloway, and Bill Robertson, and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews, and a lifetime of friends.

The family will receive visitors from 5:00-7:00 p.m. on August 24, 2020 at the Porter Loring North Chapel.

Services will be held privately for the family, however friends who wish they could attend are invited to view the livestream via this link, on Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at 10:00 A.M.:

https://admin.mediafusionapp.com/_live/embedPlayer.php?contentId=86570


Condolence & Memory Journal

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I was shocked to hear of Stephanie's passing I had been working on the family genealogy with Stephanie. I am so sorry for the boys, I understand very well how hard it is to lose a parent at a young age. Love to you Miss Charlotte. - Kelly K Adams 2nd cousin

Posted by Kelly Adams - Melbourne Beach, FL - Family   November 09, 2020

Dear Friends, I knew Stephanie in Junior High School and High School in San Antonio Texas and saw her again In my Freshman year at UT Austin 1980. She was a great beauty and loved fashion, style but above all friends and relatives she cared about deeply. I warmly still recall her sparkling smile, beautiful smile, elegant style and sense of humor. My heartfelt prayers and best wishes go to her in heaven where I am sure she is in peace, happiness and joy. Much Love and Light. Rama Pemmaraju Rao MD

Posted by Rama Pemmaraju Rao Pemmaraju Rao - San Antonio Texas - Classmate   September 29, 2020

I am missing her and thinking fondly of y’all.
Prayerfully,
Helen

Posted by Helen Smith - Chicago, IL - friend   August 30, 2020

Stephanie-Orlando-Brown
Your beauty and kindness will be missed.
Stephanie was my wife's matron of honor,
Her best friend......truly her life support.
Stephanie and Patty were to of a kind.
Before I met Patty, her true love was the Orlando family, they took care of Patty...
I met Patty February 1981. I met one of the most beautiful person, Stephanie.....
So thankful for our time to have spent together.
Truly amazing beautiful person...thank you Patty for our life shared and always being there for your best friend...We Love You.

Posted by Bryan Barnett - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 29, 2020

Please accept our condolences. I remember Stephanie as lovely, peaceful & always with a ready smile.

Posted by Tiffany Mills - San antonio, TX - Acquaintance   August 27, 2020

I knew Stephanie, Miriam and Jim from John Marshall High School and feel deeply saddened to hear of Stephanie's passing. It was hard when Jimmy passed and yet, this seems even harder. Maybe it's because I'm older and have children and grandchildren of my own. I cherish the fond memories of our youth and visiting the Herndon home for the occasional get-together. Miriam, Jim and Stephanie were always sweet, kind and so talented, seeming as though they had the world by the tail. Back in the '70s and '80s, we all felt that way. Wishing Stephanie's family and her extended family peace during this difficult loss. May her memory be a blessing to you all. Robin Cavanaugh

Posted by Robin Cavanaugh - Houston, TX - Friend   August 27, 2020

Tim, you and your family have been in our thoughts. We were deeply saddened to hear the news of Stephanie's passing. May the support of your loved ones during this difficult time help ease your grief. Please count on our prayers as a source of strength for you and your family. As you fondly recollect your special memories of Stephanie, may you also rejoice and find comfort knowing that the Lord welcomed her soul. She is definitely the brightest star in the heavens!

With sincere sympathy,
Bill & Yolanda Slavin

Posted by William Slavin - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 26, 2020

Tim, Timothy and Parker, we are deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Stephanie was a beautiful dedicated wife and mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May she rest in peace.

Posted by Tony, Carla and Jace Canty - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 26, 2020

Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of Stephanie Brown. Eternal rest grant upon her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her.
Vince and Grace Campos

Posted by Vince & Grace Campos - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   August 25, 2020

After reading the memories that people wrote about Stephanie it has become apparent that she had the gift of making everyone feel special. We are all so lucky to have had her in our lives. Heartfelt condolences & prayers for peace & comfort to her family at this difficult time.

Posted by Susan Korp, MD - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 25, 2020

When I first laid eyes on Stephanie at San Antonio Academy, I simply exclaimed, "What an absolutely stunning woman!" It quickly became evident that she was even more beautiful on the inside. Charming, witty, stylish, welcoming, elegant...the epitome of grace. Our hearts go out to the family. May she rest and dance in peace. Psalm 23

Posted by Rosalyn Jones and Austen Tealer - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   August 25, 2020

When I first laid eyes on Stephanie at San Antonio Academy, I exclaimed, "My goodness--what an absolutely stunning woman!" I soon learned that she was even more beautiful on the inside. Sweet, kind, welcoming, witty, elegant, charming, stylish...just the epitome of grace. My heart pours out to the family. I cannot imagine your loss but know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Rest and dance in peace, Stephanie. Psalm 23

Rosalyn Jones and Austen Tealer

Posted by Rosalyn Jones - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   August 25, 2020

Tim, Timothy and Parker, we are sending you so much love. Stephanie was a truly beautiful person, passionate Mom and very wise soul. We will miss that beautiful smile that she shared with all of us. We are surrounding you with prayers and peace. We feel blessed to have had Stephanie in our lives.
Much love,
Ray and Elisa Wooten

Posted by Elisa Wooten - San Antonio, TX - friend   August 25, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you guys..along with our deepest condolences..Stephanie always made everyone in our family feel like part of her family .Her warmth - kindness- sincerity - smile- and sense of humor will always be remembered..we miss her already..Lots of love, THE MOLOTSKY FAMILY- Sharon Stan Lee Debbie Jenna and Alexa

Posted by lee molotsky - Cherry hill, NJ - Friend   August 25, 2020

Tim, our hearts are heavy with sadness in the loss of Stephanie. She was a friend to all she met. Sending thoughts and prayers to you and the family

Posted by Ron and Barbara Winters - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 25, 2020

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Stephanie's service today was the most beautiful and loving tribute that I've ever seen. Thank God it was available for so many of us so far away. She would be so proud of her sons and clearly her words and style live on through them. I will never forget how she inspired me and I will miss her so very much. All my love and condolences to her family and I wont forget to "Save and Savor".

Posted by Bonnie Cummings - New York, NY - Friend   August 25, 2020

Dearest Family of Stephanie, I am so sorry to hear of her passing. I was so very moved by the kind words at her service via Livestream. May her love live inside of your hearts forever. My condolences to all who loved and admired her for she was truly a very special person and I am grateful to have known the love she had for her sister Miriam and mother especially. Sincerely, Monica Elliott-Bozzo

Posted by Monica Elliott-Bozzo - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   August 25, 2020

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We knew Stephanie from San Antonio Academy and she always had a smile on her face. Her love for Timothy and Parker shined. We extend our deepest sympathies to your family. May the soul of Stephanie be at peace with our Heavenly Father.

Posted by MiChel and Luis Garza - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 25, 2020

My sincerest condolences go out to Stephanie's entire family and loved ones during this difficult time. I remember her caring smile and her overall wonderful attitude towards life. She will be sorely missed by all.

Posted by Darrell Miller - San Antonio, TX - Classmate   August 25, 2020

I knew Stephanie in Junior High and High School and was her co captain on the Top Cats. I am deeply saddened by the loss of Stephanie and pray for all of the family.

Posted by Leah Randle - Stephenville, TX - Classmate   August 25, 2020

Stephanie made everyone she knew feel a bit better. In her absence the sun will be a bit less bright and flowers will smell a bit less sweet. She will be missed.

Posted by Chuck Davis - Dallas, TX - Friend   August 25, 2020

I pray that God's peace and love surround your entire family in your loss. Though I knew her mostly in high school, I admired her leadership of the Top Cats, her talent as a dancer, her beauty inside and out and her smile and laugh that could light up a room. I looked to her for advice as I dipped my toe into the Miss Texas Pageant system: she was thoughtful in her responses, wise in her advice, and generously offered me the beautiful white costume she wore when she won Miss San Antonio. Also, Stephanie was in my sister's class at Clark, so as a little sister too, I'd like to send a very special prayer and much love to Trisha and Jennifer. I'm so very sorry for your loss.

Posted by LaRhesa Moon - San Antonio, TX - Classmate   August 24, 2020

It is with great sadness that we heard of the passing of Stephanie Brown. She was a lady in all ways with a warm smile on her face every time we met her. She will be greatly missed.

Posted by Don and Nancy Tillery - Crossville, TN - friend   August 24, 2020

You will be remembered with kind and loveing hearts from so many.

Posted by Christina Luevanos Lewis - Friend   August 24, 2020

There are no words to express in this time to all of you. Stephanie was such a energetic "force to be reckoned" with. She loved her Momma, her Tim and yes - "her boys". She was a "family" first person always. Everyone that came in contact with her felt "special" .... she had that knack of making you feel that way. Sincere, loving, gorgeous on the inside and outside - that's how I'm going to choose to remember her.
May she RIP until we see her in Heaven soon.

Posted by Janet Grun - San Antonio, TX   August 24, 2020

From the first time we met Stephanie, it was obvious that her outward beauty was matched by her inner beauty. Our thoughts and prayers to Tim, Parker, and Timothy.

Posted by Bob & Sharon Thomas - MARBLE FALLS, TX - Friend   August 24, 2020

i will miss Stephanie's warm personality at the office. Tim I will pray for you and your two sons that you eventually find peace. Meg Monks

Posted by Meg Monks - San Antonio,, TX - Friend   August 23, 2020

Dear Tim, Timothy and Parker,
Stephanie and I volunteered together on numerous fundraisers for San Antonio Academy. She was the best mother as she always put you first. She was humble, selfless, and very proud of all three of you! Her joyful smile and sense of humor was contagious as she made those around her happy. Stephanie was loved and respected by all. Our prayers and thoughts are with you as you go through this difficult time.

Posted by Jan Studer - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 23, 2020

So sorry for your loss. God bless and take care of all of you.

Posted by Louis Seeman - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 23, 2020

My condolences to Stephanie's family. We pause for a moment of prayer...... Lord please watch over the families.

Posted by Bonnie Freeman Urbanek - San Antonio, TX   August 23, 2020

Mrs Brown was always a happy and cheerful person every time I met her at the office or at the annual Christmas parties. I was very sadden by her passing. I will always have great memories of her beautiful smile.

Posted by Tony Pena - Acquaintance   August 23, 2020

Charlotte and AL, I was saddened to read of Stephanie's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at the most difficult time. Julie Kallison

Posted by Julie Kallison - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   August 23, 2020

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Timothy, Parker, Charlotte and Miriam my heart is saddened by your loss of your beloved Stephanie. She was a woman of many talents and always willing to help. I don't think anyone could ever walk in her shoes. May God give you the strength of love, faith and know she is in great hands of God our Father.

Posted by Claire Rubiola Steves - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 23, 2020

Stephanie was my dear friend and as we proudly referred to each other walking buddy. She brought so much joy and inspiration into my life with her kind beautiful spirit. We formed an eternal bond of friendship over time on our long walks that will forever remain in my heart. Stephanie was an extraordinary and beautiful person who was a loving mother, wife and true friend. I will miss her so much, but my heart will be filled with warm fond memories of our short time together. Rest In Peace Bestie. I love you.

Posted by Pat Nickel - Horseshoe Bay, TX - Family Friend   August 23, 2020

I am overwhelmed with sadness to hear of the loss of Stephanie. I saw her as a leader and gifted dancer in Top Cats. I got to know her as a lovely human being with challenges always striving to be her best. She shared the death of her dad with me in college at UT because she knew I had been through it and would understand the depth of her loss. Now her boys and family sit in the grief of her loss as I do. Prayers to her family as they walk through this journey of grief. -Gay Garner, HS & UT friend, Crested Butte, Colorado.

Posted by Gay Garner - Crested Butte, CO - Classmate   August 23, 2020

Words just now cannot express how heartwrenching it is to right now hear the stunning news of Stephanie's death. We all grew through tumultuous times
Such truly heartbreaking and heartwrenching news to just learn of Stephanie's death. Our families go back so many years with an untreatable bond of friendship. My daughter, Jennifer Kidd, is devastated at the untimely loss of a beloved childhood friend. In deep sympathy.

Posted by Bess Mitchell - Austin, TX - Family Friend   August 22, 2020


We were saddened by Stephanie's death, passing so soon in her beautiful life. She joined us two or so years ago to look at all the old pictures of the family so that each of us could choose some to cherish. Since most of her cousins were all there and a few of us old timers it soon became a party of us laughing and sharing memories of old times. We want to remember her that way always with her lovely smile and happy laughter.We know she is in Heaven saved and able to visit all the family that went before her now. We know she will be in our future and will welcome us all home someday. God bless and keep her family and friends and give comfort and peace to us all in this life.

Posted by Victoria, Edwin, Martin, Jill, Mike, Lukas, and Ruby Reilly - Stuart, FL - Family   August 21, 2020

We were stunned when we received the news of the passing of Stephanie. Stephanie was such a joy to be around in person and on the phone. We will miss her immensely. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your sons.

Posted by Larry & Barbara Whisenant - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 21, 2020

We were so sad to hear that Stephanie had passed away. She always greeted us warmly and made us feel more like friends than clients. We will truly miss her, and extend our deepest sympathy to Tim and all the family.

Posted by Judy & Wayne Hartmann - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   August 21, 2020

My heart is filled with sadness over the loss of Stephanie She was one of my dearest friends in High School and I Always had the utmost respect and love for her. My thoughts and prayers are with you all especially Tricia and Mr. And Mrs. Hernden. My very best to you all, Sabrina Allison Haecker

Posted by Sabrina Allison Haecker - Sonora, TX - Friend   August 21, 2020

"I am in shock. What a beautiful soul, lost too soon. She was my big sister when I was a freshman at Marshall High School. Then she was our Captain of the dance team at Clark High School. She led us to many first place titles! May God be your tender comfort in this time of such sorrow. My heart is broken for the family. Rest easy Stephanie."

Posted by Mary Frances Ulrich - San Antonio, TX - Classmate   August 21, 2020

Stephanie was a great Team Mom to our sons Yball football. Her energy could be felt across a football field. Prayers for her family. God gained an angel

Posted by Erin Sigler - SAN ANTONIO, TX - Friend   August 21, 2020

SYMPATHY, PRAYERS, HUGS, LOVE!

Posted by Farris Overby - Kenedy, TX - Friend   August 21, 2020

I'm very sorry for the loss of Stephanie. My thoughts and prayers for everyone.

Posted by Sandra Yanta - Karnes City, TX - Friend   August 21, 2020

Oh no No Nooooo. This breaks my heart. I stopped right in my tracks and sat right down on the ground. I still want someone to tell me it isn't so.
Mitch

Posted by Mitch Stephen - New Braunfels, TX - Friend   August 21, 2020

My deepest condolences for your loss. Rest in peace.

Posted by Kelly Mini - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   August 20, 2020

The Martino's have your family in our prayers. So sorry for your loss. God Bless.

Posted by Michele Corbitt - San Antonio - Family Friend   August 20, 2020

Our prayers and most sincere condolences to the family! May the knowledge that she is with the Lord in her mansion and doing His work console you in your time of grief and sorrow!

Posted by Al & Betty Cervera - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   August 20, 2020

I've struggled with what to write. Stephanie or miss Stephanie as my two little girls lovingly called her, was the most loving and supporting friend. I will always hold dear how special she was to my mom, my girls and me. I will miss her and her unique spirit daily. Her wings were ready, but our hearts were not.

Posted by Shannon Schneider - Horseshoe bay, TX - Friend   August 20, 2020

Stephanie from middle school to high school your presence lighted the room with your smile. I know you were greeted by our Lord Savior and now you dance a round heaven greeting everyone with your smile. Way too young and will always be remembered my friend

Posted by Cheri Griffin - San Antonio, TX - Classmate   August 20, 2020

My deepest condolences to Stephanie's family. I knew Stephanie from high school and have wonderful memories of her as one of our dance team captains.

Posted by Rose Esparza - San AntonioT, VT - Classmate   August 20, 2020

A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept our condolences, she will not be forgotten. Chip and Arleen

Posted by Arleen Peters - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   August 20, 2020

Sending our thoughts and prayers to the family. She was a beautiful person inside and out.
Love, Stefania Baldesarelli and Michelle Squilla

Posted by Michelle Squilla - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   August 20, 2020

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Such a pleasure to have known you, Stephanie. A most gracious, intelligent, caring person; rest in peace, you will be greatly missed by Tim, your sons and your many friends.
Jim Dauchy and Ruth Bond

Posted by Ruth Bond - Universal City, TX - Acquaintance   August 20, 2020

Stephanie, My heart was absolutely broken when I heard you were gone, and I had to accept the fact I would never get to see you again - so joyful and uplifting and beautiful. I love you immensely, and will forever. I have two memories of you that stand out and make my heart smile. One was when we got an extra long Senior lunch (since we never got our Senior lunches), but this day we went swimming - just a small group of girls. We laughed, splashed, and enjoyed every moment of those few hours alone with just our small group of close friends. I loved to see you laugh. The other special memory is the day you won the solo dance competition. You wore a flowing white dress, and moved so beautifully and gracefully across the floor, dancing like an angel in the long flowing white dress. You won first place and we all cried with joy. I thought that day how lucky I was to have seen you dance like that, and receive first place. That's how I picture you now. Dancing in Heaven in a beautiful, flowing white outfit - so graceful and beautiful. You were always so inspiring and shared your best self with us. I know you are a beautiful angel now in Heaven. Don't ever stop dancing. You will be loved and remembered forever. God be with your family in this painful time, and give them comfort and strength. I know if you were here, you wouldn't want anyone to be sad. You always only wanted the best for everyone, and cared deeply about your family. I encourage them to remember how badly you would want them to smile and remember the happy times when they think of you. That's what you would have wanted.

Posted by Pamela McLaughlin - Kaiser - Boerne, TX - Classmate   August 20, 2020

We first met Stephanie when she and Tim came to 'Los Patios' to meet with Chip's Mom and us for brunch. He had just become her financial advisor. We were immediately at ease with both of them, and Stephanie was the beautiful, charming, gracious, stylish woman we would come to know. She had a lot in common with Chip's mom - beauty queens both of them in their day - and social butterflies. We will always remember Stephanie's gentle way and her concern for others. We share your sadness and send our love to Tim and the boys and all the family. May she rest in peace.

Posted by Cathy and Chip Ingham - Brenham, TX - Friend   August 20, 2020

Tim, I am so, so sorry for your loss. My heart is broken for you and your boys...I am praying for you and your sweet family. Your friend always, Kathy Copeland

Posted by Kathy Copeland - San Antonio - Friend   August 20, 2020

May she Rest In Peace, Prayers for you and the family. God bless

Posted by Edna Peaslee - San Antonio, TX - Acquaintance   August 20, 2020

We always looked forward to our warm welcome from Stephanie. Her smile lite up the room and her hugs were heart felt. We will miss our brief conversations before meeting with Tim. She always made our day brighter. Our thoughts and prayers to Tim and the boys. May God comfort you and your family. An angel has come home.

Posted by Jim & Alana Campbell - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 20, 2020

BJ and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of Stephanie. She always had a smile on her face . She was a ray of sunshine. Our very deepest condolences to the whole family.

Posted by Margaret Tenorio - Spring Branch, TX - Acquaintance   August 19, 2020

Stephanie was one of my dearest friends in middle school and inspired me in high school. I'll never forget that we got to know each other in music class. We sang so many great 70's songs together at the top of our lungs at Turtle Creek County Club, but one that may remind me most of you is by Peter Frampton and especially this part .... The moon appears to shine and light the skies
With the help of some fireflies
I wonder how they have the power to shineI can see them under the pine.... I'll always think of you when I see a bright firefly or a fire cracker in the sky. You were the brightest light, always cheering others on, even when you didn't feel bright. You gave so much to everyone and you were so adored for who you were and radiated so brightly from the inside out. I don't think you ever understood how beautiful you really were. I'll remember how we laughed and shared the love of music, dancing and later talked of our love of raising our two boys and how blessed we were. I'm so proud to have known you but am so crestfallen that we didn't have more time. But some day we'll be together again laughing, singing and dancing. You are so loved, so missed and have left an deep and unique impression forever
In our lives. Rest easy Stephanie
Love, Bonnie

Posted by Bonnie Cummings - NYC, NY - Friend   August 19, 2020

I am deeply saddened by the news of Stephanie's passing. Her and I shared an office when I joined the probation department. I remember her talking about how close she was to her mom. She was stern with probationary but maintained their dignity. Years later when I woukd run into her mom I wouldxalways x ask for her and her mom enjoyed telling me what Stephanie was up to, usually busy with her sons.
Heaven gained a true angel. May she rest in peace.

Posted by Alec Olivarri - San Antonio, TX - Coworker   August 19, 2020

Stephanie was joy to be around. I an so sorry for your lost Tim and your family's lost. May God give the peace that pass all understanding.

Posted by Hilario Pena - san antonio, TX - Friend   August 19, 2020

She always made you feel special.

Posted by Mike Meeks - Houston, TX - Family   August 19, 2020

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Tim, we are sending love, prayers, and our condolences to you and your family. We will miss Stephanie so much as she was a wonderful person, devoted mother, and a loving soul mate for you. Please know we are praying for Gods peace to surround you at this time. John and Carol Najarian

Posted by John Najarian - Schertz, TX - Friend   August 19, 2020

We would like to Express our sincerest condolences to the family. Our prayers are with you through this difficult time. May God Bless. Sincerely The Garry Ely Family

Posted by garry ely - San antonio, TX - Friend   August 19, 2020

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I can't begin to tell you how saddened I am at hearing of her passing. Whenever, I would have occasion to meet with Tim at their office, I would be just as happy (if not more so) to see her. Once my meeting with Tim was over, she and I invariably would sit and visit, talking about being a "Boy Mom", renovating/home decorating, and so many other things. I can remember more than once telling her, "I've got to go, so I don't get you in trouble with Tim, for visiting too long with me." I just loved her energy, joy, beauty (inside and out) and will forever hear her voice in my mind. Please know that I am sending SO MANY prayers and thoughts for peace and comfort as the loves of her life navigate the days to come.

Posted by Sharon Campbell - Friend   August 19, 2020

I'm so sorry to hear this news. I remember Stephanie's beauty and intelligence which the years never changed. My heartfelt condolences to all of her family, especially Charlotte and A.L. Rest In Peace, sweet girl

Posted by Bonnie Ortiz - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 19, 2020

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Our deepest sympathy, She will be greatly missed. Jeff and Sheryl Tierney

Posted by Sheryl Tierney - SCHERTZ, TX - Acquaintance   August 19, 2020

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While we grieve this loss, we also rejoice in Stephanie's graduation to eternal life. We look forward to seeing her again one day in a truly wonderful place. We pray for strength, comfort and peace for the entire family. May God shower you with his blessings now and forever more.

Posted by Ted and Deb Durdel - HORSESHOE BAY, TX - Friend   August 19, 2020

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Stephanie was my best friend and soul sister. I will forever be thankful for the time we had together and how she made me a better person. My tribute to her will be to attempt to emit the joy she always conveyed and her unlimited kindness shown to all. Words are not enough at this time but Tim, Timothy and Parker know that you have my support and love. She was one in a million and irreplaceable. Linda Smith, Bestie, Horseshoe Bay, TX

Posted by Linda Smith - Horseshoe Bay, TX - Friend   August 19, 2020

I have so many happy memories of Stephanie, from UT days when her presence would brighten the ADPi house. My image of her from college is riding her moped to TCBY! And then she blessed our whole family with her friendship and many kindnesses, including lending Parker's stroller to Graham when he was a baby. When I think of Stephanie, I think of light and joy. Our prayers are with Tim, Timothy, and Parker, and with Charlotte and AL, and with her loving extended family. We miss Stephanie and will not forget her.

Posted by Martha and Gordon Smith and family    August 18, 2020

I feel so, so sad for you and would give you a hug if I could. Your Mom was so wonderful...

Barry Bradley

Posted by Barry Bradley - San Antonio, TX - Teacher   August 18, 2020

My heartfelt condolences to the family. In my prayers.

Posted by Christina Luevanos Lewis - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

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I am deeply sad, Stephanie was a loving, caring, beautiful inside and out person. It was a joy to know her. A loving mom to Timothy and Parker. I am so sorry I cannot be present but I am thinking about all of you. Prayers and love to Stephanie's family.

Posted by Luisa Bolen - The Woodlands, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

Our deepest condolences to the family.

You and your family will be in our prayers.

Posted by David and Maryann Jarrell - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

I'm extremely shocked and saddened by this unbelievable news! I always loved her and looked up to her in high school. She was the big sister I always wanted. I send my love to you and pray God can get you through this sad time.

Posted by Dawn MYERS- Johnson - New Braunfels, TX - Family Friend   August 18, 2020

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My deepest condolences to the family, especially to Timothy, Parker and Tim. Stephanie was was kind a beautiful person. May, "She Rest In Peace", and may you feel God's love and peace during this most difficult time. God Bless, The Guerras, Celinda, Henry, Robert and Daniel

Posted by Celinda Guerra - San Antonio, TX   August 18, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family at this very difficult time.

Posted by Trudi and Jim Leddy - Horseshoe Bay, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

My sincere condolences to Stephanie's extended family during your time of loss. She was a beautiful lady with a loving spirit. We graduated from Clark High School together. Prayers for peace and understanding.

Posted by Rebecca Casares Rich - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

Stephanie will be deeply missed. She was always a joy to visit with at Gradient events, and her smile could make any day brighter. May you all feel God's peace in the coming season. Deepest condolences from the Gulin family.

Posted by Adam & Barbara Gulin - KS   August 18, 2020

Steph you left us far too early. A friend from middle school through high school. You brightened many lives with your beautiful smile and heart of gold. I miss our quiet conversations during the games. I pray for your family & friends during their time of sorrow. The Heavens have received an remarkable angel. RIP my dear friend

Posted by Cheri Griffin - San Antonio, TX - Classmate   August 18, 2020

Condolences from our family to yours. Stephanie was a beautiful person inside and out. May she RIP and fly with the angels.

Posted by Patty Oliver Sepulveda - Fredericksburg, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

So very sorry to hear of the passing of beautiful Stephanie. I have vivid memories of her on Dance Team, and thinking how beautiful and sophisticated she was for a High School girl. May she rest easy in the arms of our Heavenly Father. Sending prayers for the her Boys and the entire Family.❤

Posted by Lisa Brown - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

Tim, Timothy and Parker......so sorry for your loss. Stephanie made this world a better place and will be very missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you, and other family and friends through this difficult time. Peace to all.

Posted by Ray and Karen Hogan - HSB, TX   August 18, 2020

Dear Tim, Timothy & Parker,
My heart goes out to all of you. I am so sorry. Stephanie was a wonderful person and brought happiness and joy to everyone she met. I will pray for you all I am so so sorry. God bless. Linda Yarborough

Posted by Linda Yarborough - San Antonio, TX - Friend   August 18, 2020

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Stephanie was such a beautiful person both inside and out, and I always looked forward to seeing her at the Galas and other events. She was always so welcoming, and continually offered to help our company in any way she could. Her kindness and loving spirit will be something I will always remember about her. Tim, we are all thinking about you, your boys and the rest of your family and keeping you in our prayers. My sympathy and thoughts are with you, Carole (Miller)

Posted by Carole Miller - Gilbert, AZ - Acquaintance   August 18, 2020

Stephanie, I will miss you forever. You were the most amazing friend anyone could ever have.

Posted by Robin Howard    August 18, 2020

My condolences to the Brown family during this challenging time. I first met the Browns at their annual Christmas party for their clients. At that time, I was not a client however my mother was. I recall how impressed I was that Stephanie knew my mother by name. She introduced herself to me and I remember how her smile just wanted to make you smile. It lit up the room. The next year, I again accompanied my mother to the party. I was floored when she remembered my name. She was one of the reasons I later became a client.
Although I did not know her well, I could see her love for Tim. It showed in her eyes. My heart truly goes out to your family during this difficult time. May you find comfort from your family and friends.

Posted by Joanne Ford-Robertson - San Antonio, TX   August 18, 2020


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Stephanie - front, middle, and all the trophies she brought home for the dance team as our Captain!