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Bittersweet Homecoming

Brandon Schoenberger
Brandon Schoenberger
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Bittersweet Homecoming

Stephanie is cancer free in the arms of her Savior, Jesus. He welcomed her home at 12:11 this afternoon. I was able to be with her, holding her sweet hand when she sighed the weight of this world away. We will miss her terribly, but remember her always. Steph was the strongest person I know and she gave birth to two of the strongest kids I know. We are grieving together this evening and celebrating “mommy” memories over sparkling cider (one of her favorites). Thank you all for your support this far and all the support you have offered going forward. We will continue taking it one day at a time just like Steph taught us to. Hug your loved ones. Life truly is a vapor.

Steph wanted to have a celebration of life service, so I will share details when I have them. You will all be invited.

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