Willoughby, Ohio

1974 - 2018


Willoughby, Ohio


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Stephen James Orban, 42, of Concord, passed away Sept. 20th, 2018. He was born Oct. 4th, 1974 in Naples, Italy, while his father was stationed in the U.S. Navy. During his early years, he was employed at the Ford Modeling Agency and was featured in many prints and catalogs, including Abercrombie...

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So sad to hear this, we went to school in scotland, he was always a good laugh and a great friend, sadly we lost contact as i moved abroad. He was an excellent person.RIP

Sadden to hear Stephen was taken so young , Stephen was are realtor whom sold us our home Feb 2018. Prayers ,condolences to his family and friends

Deeply saddended by the passing of Stephen. Our thoughts are with all of his family.

Love Shonah, Dougie & families xxx

The Aitken, family from the Highlands of Scotland, are deeply saddened by the news of Stevie's' passing. He will be fondly remembered on his trips to the north of Scotland as a young lad with his beautiful kind nature.

Our thoughts are with all his family at this time,
Robbie, Leoma, Robert & Jacqui

Our condolences on the passing of your brother. May you feel our Lord's healing grace and love during this difficult time. We will keep you in our prayers.
Jay and Janice (Gaynor) Johnson and family

You were the little brother I never had. I will never forget you. All my love,
(Holly Price-Jancart)

Dear Steven, I remember when you were a child and asked Grumps as we were driving to the airport one day, " where is that airplane going? What about that one? Grumps said, "that one's going to Jerusalem, that one is going to London." May you be destined for God's embrace, and may His Kingdom be your new and Eternal home.

The FTD Eternal Affection Arrangement- BASKET INCLUDED

We are all very shocked and saddened by the news of Steven's passing. He was too young to leave this leave us behind. Although we did not see him often, we remember him as a young and handsome, intelligent man......smiling and interested in many good things. We also admired the close bond he seemed to share with his family.
He will be missed and our hearts go out to all of his family and friends.
Gone, but never forgotten. Rest in peace dear Steven.