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JEREMY PAUL STEPHENSON

 

April 26, 2017

JEREMY PAUL STEPHENSON

Jeremy was born on July 5, 1979 and died on April 20, 2017. He fought a long and courageous battle against Huntington's disease and leaves behind a huge hole in the lives of his family. He will be loved and missed forever.

Jeremy was a big kid who grew into a large adult-witness his six foot eight height and size sixteen feet. Up until his last five years, Jeremy lived life to the fullest with no boundaries or limits. His huge heart and good- natured personality were always on display. He would and did-literally- give you the shirt off his back. Whether he was hunting, fishing, playing sports, playing Texas HoldEm, or riding motorcycles, Jeremy was a hundred percenter in everything he did.

Jeremy had too many special relationships to list them all. Uncle Shannon and Nephew Bryson shared his love of gaming. Grandma Dee and Jeremy watched many a Mariner game-including Felix's perfect game. Robert, who took him fishing and was a poker buddy. And-of course- his lifelong best friend and partner-in-crime, Tom Harrington. For all those not named – you know who you are.

JEREMY PAUL STEPHENSON

Jeremy's welcome home party in Heaven was attended by: Father – Douglas Stephenson; Grandparents Paul and Darlene Middleton; Grandparents Lloyd and Ruth Stephenson; Grandpa Dale; Aunt Joanne and Uncle Jim; Uncle Dale; and Uncle Jim. Sounds like an epic party.

Jeremy is survived by: Mom and Dad Paula and Rick Reynolds; Brother Shane; Uncle Shannon and Aunt Lori; Aunt Shawna and Uncle Todd; Uncle Ron and Auntie Arlene; Uncle Randy and Aunt Dani; Aunt Renee and Uncle Dave. Grandma Dee; Niece Shanie and Nephew Bryson. Cousins Ty, Jace, Dustin, Cheyanne, Dakota, Guy, Chris, Emily, Stephen, Cole, Riley, Rachel, Connor, Hannah, and Jeremiah. Also, his special friend and companion, Vader. Thanks to Bill & Nancy Pantages for all your help. A special thank you to Dr. Garnett. Thanks, Doc. You are the best.

 

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