Richard Stephenson

7 Condolences

7 Condolences

  1. My family gives our condolences to the Stephenson family. I know what
    a great friend he was to my mom Marie Hughes and he will truly be missed.
    I know words can’t take the pain away of losing a loved one. Your family will be in my prayers and may God bless and watch over the family
    during this difficult time.

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  2. My special condolences to Richards’ family. He befriended me when I commented on Facebook about my husbands condition of Alzheimer’s. He was very thoughtful and empathetic to my situation. And I pray that our gracious Lord will comfort and strengthen you at this very difficult time of your life. And special prayers for your Mother, as well.

    My husband has since departed this earth for a much better place. I understand what a challenge Alzheimer’s can be. If we could only find a cure.

    I lived in Princeton, WV and went to school with your Mother and Dad. But presently reside in SC. And was very sorry to hear of your father’s death.

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  3. Dearest Dave, Theresa, Alyssa, Chester and the Stephenson Family – we are holding you close in our hearts as you work through one of life’s most difficult losses – sadly we never had the chance to meet Dad Stephenson but based on the wonderful job he did building son Dave he had to have been a very special man. Please find joy in a life filled with the memories that will eventually be your focus.
    Much love, D&G

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  4. Dave, words can never accurately express the loss we feel when someone we love dies. Though your Dad is no longer with you, his memories will stay with you forever. The poet Thomas Campbell said “To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.” Your Dad remains alive in many hearts. Prayers go out to you, your family, and especially your Mom during this difficult and sorrowful time in your lives. May God bless your family and in time bring peace to you all.

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  5. Bob, Jeanmarie, Robert & Ben, We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

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  6. Alwilda, we are so sorry for your loss. Dick was a wonderful man. So sorry we lost contact with you all, but still thought and prayed for you and your family. My God give you peace. I will let the other members of the Daniel Moore Class know about Dick.

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  7. Lorrie and I were so saddened to hear of Richard’s passing. He was such a good man and a fun guy. We met in 1996 on a group trip arranged by Wilda to the British Isles. It was a wonderful time and we always enjoyed reminiscing about it with each other. Richard will be remembered in our prayers.

    Dick and Lorraine DeLong

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