Stephanie Kay Kirkpatrick
Neil, my dear friend. I just heard about this horrible news. There simply are not enough words that can describe the suffering you are going through right now. Such a beautiful life cut down so soon.
Neil we do not know why God allows us to go through such suffering but he promised that we would. Sometimes God calls those he loves the most home sooner. I know that today your angle is with him waiting to see you again in his kingdom. Please accept my deepest sympathies for you, Sylvia, and your family. You will be in my prayer. Koorosh
For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day.”
We are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts search with yours for understanding and comfort. Prayers that peace may come to your family...
Neil, I'm so sorry for your whole family for all of whom I'm praying for peace some day soon.
My deep sympathies. Hearing about Stephanie from my daughter (Marzieh) broke my heart. She sounds like a gentle beautiful soul and a wonderfully kind teacher.
May god bless her soul, and may she rest in peace.
Stephanie was such a beautiful and talented young woman. My husband and I had the pleasure of directing The Wiz which she was in, and then she helped out with teaching summer camps and assistant directing a show for Applause Theatre in north Houston. The kids absolutely loved her as did the staff. We had a hard time believing that anyone so talented and ambitious was still so generous of their time. She volunteered and went above and beyond for us always. I also had the pleasure of meeting Dean at our production of "13" that Stephanie helped with and I remember how proud she was to introduce her dad. I wanted to stay and talk to you Dean after the services yesterday but when I saw your face, my heart welded up with so much sadness for your loss that I couldn't even speak. I am so very sorry for this horribly sad end to the beautiful life of your sweet daughter. She truly was loved by so many. I wish that you had access to all of the texts and emails going back and forth between hundreds of Stephanie's friends...talking about all of the memories that we have of the good times she helped create. There is no justice for your loss, but the knowledge that you and Cindy raised such a beautiful young lady who changed everyone's life who knew her in such sweet and positive ways. I feel so lucky to have known her and I wish that I could help fill the void. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers and we feel Stephanie's spirit even now. Rest it peace sweet girl.