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Elizabeth Mackreth Stephens

Bucyrus, Missouri

Jan 15, 1982 – Dec 28, 2017

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Mt. Moriah, Newcomer and Freeman Funeral Home | Mount Moriah Cemetery Sout Obituary

Elizabeth Mackreth Stephens Elizabeth Stephens of Bucyrus, Kansas, died on December 28, 2017. She was thirty-five years old. For nearly four years, Elizabeth lived with brain cancer, facing her diagnosis and treatment with determination and bravery. A friend wrote that she was a "stunning...

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Liz was a student I always looked forward to seeing each week. Her talent and desire to succeed were only surpassed by her wonderful personality. She was simply a joy, whose spirit will be remembered by all who knew her. My sincere condolences to her loving family.

Elizabeth was one of the most insightful people I knew when it came to the arts, always introducing new perspectives on movies and music. Even more inspiring was her bravery and unflinching selflessness. Her friendship meant to the world to me and I will keep in my heart always.

As a talent manager, I meet and work with all types of people. Liz made me grateful I chose the profession I did. I always delighted in hearing her voice and her sweet excitement every time we booked any work together. But more than that, our special conversations, lunches and friendship are memories I will cherish forever. Thank you Chuck, Charlotte and Pat for encouraging her to come to NYC to pursue her dreams and in doing so, she touched many Lives...including mine.

Liz always had warm smile and a sense of adventure. She spread much love and Joy.

What sad news. Elizabeth was a delightful young lady with an ever present infectious smile, one of my favorite students. Our thoughts and prayers go to everyone, especially the family. She will be missed by all.

Chuck, Charlotte and Pat-
We are so incredibly sorry for your loss. Words can't stop the hurt but take heart in the promise that all the pain is over and only peace, joy and your enduring love exist for Elizabeth. You are in our constant thoughts and prayers,
Paul Noce and Kara Hokamp

Elizabeth could light up a room as soon as she walked in. I loved my visits with her and selfishly was not ready to give them up. She taught me to love life and to cherish everything around you good and bad. It was an absolute privilege to take care of her and her memory will always be in my heart.
Amy V

It's times like these that I am reminded of how short life is, but what matters are the impressions you can leave with people that seals one's legacy forever. Although Elizabeth's bright light is gone her legacy is forever and I hope you will cherish that during this dark time. I was so sorry to hear of your loss and hope you know my thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Peace be with you.

We were honored to provide care for a brief period of time to this beautiful young lady and her wonderful family. Her caregiver Renee shared that Elizabeth "had a lovely soul". I will never forget her smile... May her spirit shine on.
Kristy
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