Stephanie-Srinivasan-Obituary

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Stephanie Shanti Srinivasan

San Antonio, Texas

Sep 8, 1999 – Nov 8, 2017

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Stephanie Shanti Srinivasan, age 18 passed away on November 8, 2017. Stephanie was born September 8, 1999 in Orange, CA. Stephanie was a senior at Churchill High School in San Antonio, TX where she was a part of the Churchill High School Choir. She enjoyed playing her guitar and travelling. She...

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Steph, I miss you so much. You and Jeannette were the first two people who I met when we made the scary transition into middle school and I couldn't have asked for better people to meet. You will forever be my FWHLS, the Felicia to my Bianca. I miss you more than i could ever imagine. The english squad will toast in your honor. I am broken but I will continue to remember you for the rest of my life with fondness and admiration. I love you. Happy new year

It has been so hard living without you. I have said it before, my heart was made with 6 pieces, my six children. I am missing one piece now and I do not know if one day I will learn to live with this missing piece. The pain I feel is so unbearable, I will always miss you!
Mom

No words can describe the pain I feel on losing my beautiful child. Stephanie, you were so full of life, always smiling or laughing, always ready to help others, so responsible, and excited about your future. I can't believe you have been taken away from me. You were my free spirit and I love you and miss you so much. You will always be in my heart my sweet princess and I can't wait to see you again.

Stephanie- I still remember planning our first grade twin day outfit together which included our matching long jean skirt and pink camo shirt. You will always be in my thoughts as I look back on those happy days. Your family will forever be in my prayers.

Stephanie,
You were literally my other half. There will never be enough space for me to truly and thoroughly express the unique bond we had. You probably had the worst timing for your pure jokes, and for your dorky comments. The world feels a little too empty without you. I used to pride myself that I had you to call my twin sister, and I hope that I was the same to you. We definitely had our fights, but it was all out of love. I miss and love you sweetie. I hope we will see each other...

I have really pretty memories of Stephy, and I will always remember the smile that she always had, I would have liked to have more time with and her family but those are moments I cannot take back, it was a long time since I saw her last time but the love I have for her always existed and will exist. I will miss her, I know now she is next to abuelita and they are okay, I will see them again some day.

You know you were like a little sister to me, I don't have words to describe how I feel, although I didn't see you often, I know we had that bond; you used to ask me about my career and you were so amazed by it and my work, even though it wasn't that good; you encouraged me to keep on doing it and it got better..
I will always love you and you will always be in my heart, forever

Stephanie was my voice student at the dance studio. When I first met her, she was very quiet and reserved and then we grew to have a great friendship and we would talk and talk. Her personality and laughter was infectious and she was so mature for her age. This world was better because of her and she will forever be missed by me and the students and staff at LA Performing Arts. We love you Steph!

My most sincere condolences to the family.