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Stephanie Sue Sidoti

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Sidoti, Stephanie Sue
our beloved wife, daughter, mother, sister, aunt, cousin and friend, went home to Heaven on Thursday October 8, 2015 in Peoria, Arizona, surrounded by her loving family. Stephanie was born at Ellington Air Force Base, in Houston, Texas on June 5, 1956. Stephanie's passion for her family has been expressed through the things she loved to do with them. Her grandchildren were the apples of her eye. Stephanie was most proud of receiving her degree as a Medical Record Specialist at Barrows Neurological Institute. She then worked at National Youth Sports until she retired. Stephanie loved dancing, watching the birds, walks in the rain, thunderstorms, Rock-n-Roll, and anything weather related. Stephanie is survived by her loving parents Steve and Nancy Pipoly, her loving spouse Kerry Krandall, her 3 children Chares Sidoti, Renee Sidoti and Aja Spinuzzi, her brothers Steve Pipoly and his wife Debbie Pipoly, William Vickery, and her loving sister Becky Davis. She was an aunt to Leslie Lowry, Jeremy Lowry, Stephen Pipoly, Christina Pipoly and Daniel Pipoly, Jeanette Carey, Chris Carey, Gene Vickery, Alethea Vickery, Rhonda Vickery, Kerry Deering and Deborah Vickery. She was a loving and doting grandmother to her grandchildren Hailey and Gabriel Spinuzzi, Ariel Sidoti, Christian Padareanu, Lelani Tuli, Gary Tuli, Isaac Tuli, Malachi Pulido, Raeanna Pulido and Lexy Pulido. Stephanie's great nieces and nephews are Torean Lowry, Brannagh Lowry, Alan Eberle, Kevin Carey, Phillip Carey and Ryan Carey. This is a fraction of the lives she touched and she is deeply missed. A message from Heaven; I have not left you. I am simply enjoying the next stage of my life; so please, do not cry. Rejoice in the fact that I am happy, remember that I will always love you and smile because one day we shall meet again.

Published in The Arizona Republic on Oct. 14, 2015
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