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Lori Ann Stevens-Kiphen

Bryan, Texas

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Just heard today of Lori's passing. So hard to believe... She was a bright nursing student, a compassionate nurse, and no doubt now in heaven. I will miss her so very much.

Your smile always lit up the room and now forever more your light shines in Heaven..

LORI WAS SO FUN TO BE AROUND! SHE HAD A CONTAGIOUS SMILE,VERY CARING, A BEAUTIFUL SOUL. WORKING AROUND LORI WAS SUCH A PLEASURE. SHE IS GREATLY MISSED. MY CONDOLENCES TO HER FRIENDS AND FAMILY. MAY SHE REST IN THE ARMS OF HER LORD.

Lori we will truly miss your smile and vibrant personality. It was always a pleasure to work with you. May God keep your soul in his treasure box. Love Always. Heartfelt sympathy to the family of this wonderful girl.

Thinking of y'all every day.

The first time I met Lori she was a student nurse rotating through our clinic. She was one of the very best we have ever had--so anxious to learn everything. One Sunday at church I looked up and there she was. We had some sweet conversations whenever we would see each other. I so liked her and was drawn to her. Such a lovely way about her and I am so saddened at her passing. May God bless your family. Goodbye my friend with the beautiful smile and loving heart.

I was blessed to call Lori my sister for the past 36 years. She was also known as the "sunshine girl" because of her bright happy smile and personality. She lived a life full of service and treated her patients she cared for as family. She blessed the lives of all who knew her. I am so grateful to have her amazing son with me as she lives through him. She will truly be missed. I love and miss you sister.

I will miss seeing her at the hospital. She had such a vibrant smile. Heaven received a sweet and wonderful angel.
I hope you find comfort in your memories and from the Lord.

Lori you will be missed greatly. We will remember you always.

Obituary

Lori's Obituary

Lori Stevens-Kiphen passed away in Bryan, Texas. The obituary was featured in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on January 5, 2013.