Stephanie M. CARDUCCI

13 April, 197714 February, 2021

Stephanie M. CARDUCCI (née Brulé) of Edmond, OK, was born on April 13, 1977, and passed away on February 14, 2021, of complications from Covid-19. Services have been entrusted to the care of Memorial Park Funeral Home. A public viewing for friends and family will be held at the funeral home on Monday, February 22, from 2 pm to 8 pm. A private family graveside will be livestreamed on the funeral home facebook page at 2pm on Tuesday, February 23rd at the following link:\memorialparkokc\ Following the service, the video will be posted for those not able to view it live. A celebration of life will be held at a later date when it is safer for friends and family to gather. Please watch this website for more details.

Stephanie was a graduate of the class of 1996 at Edmond Santa Fe High School. In 2009 she married the love of her life, Richard Carducci and together they raised three children. Stephanie spent time working as a night auditor for an Oklahoma City hotel before accepting a position as a substitute teacher at Charles Haskell Elementary in Edmond. She was later employed by Farmers Insurance - Rachelle Stange and most recently opened her home to babysit three wonderful children.

Stephanie was a kind and selfless person who was always looking to help others. She enjoyed traveling, whether it be on her Hawaiian honeymoon or a weekend girl’s trip with her high school friends. She was the life of any party and she could shop with the best of them. She loved to cook and she was always looking for new recipes to try, but smothered chicken was her specialty.

Stephanie was happiest when she was surrounded by her family and she never missed an opportunity to support her children by attending their activities. Stephanie was loved by friends and family for her sense of humor, caring heart, and fun-loving nature. She was a loving wife, a proud mother, a caring daughter, and a trusted friend. She will be greatly missed and always remembered with fondness, and memories with her will be forever cherished.

Stephanie is survived by her husband, Richard Carducci; sons Tanner Ashley, Payton Langoc, and Brandon Langoc; parents Kris Brulé and Susan Zubik; and siblings Tony and Samantha. She was preceded in death by her mother, Sherry Brulé.

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  • Heather Culbreath, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Richard Carducci, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Tanner Ashley, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Payton Langoc, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Brandon Langoc, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Kris Brule, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Susan Zubik, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    Monday, 22 February , 2021


Stephanie M. CARDUCCI

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Carmella Sielken

22 February 2021

Stephanie, you were always so nice & welcoming to me. Especially when we came for grandpa's funeral, you were always asking if I was okay. We had our own little adventure that trip. I will always remember you smiling & laughing when we went to Bricktown & the carriage ride, us just being silly. May you rest in peace. I know you will be looking down & watching over us all.

Payton Langoc

22 February 2021

Stephanie was my mom I miss my mom a lot me and my mom had a relationship where we did argue a lot just like every mom and their kid but I still told her everything that was going on with my life. A memory that really stands out to me is when I was planning on going on a college visit by myself and when I told her about it she kinda forced herself to go and I'm glad that she went we had a great time we stayed at a hotel and we had to wake up so early and we took this picture of this leg thing in Chickasha and we were both laughing about it for a while. I am really going to miss my mom a lot it hurts a lot knowing she will miss some of the biggest events of my life she was supposed to be there for, Graduation, Prom. me having kids sending me off to college I love you mom you introduced me to Richard and he is a pretty cool stepdad thank you for that but I love you I'm sorry for all the negative things I have said to you i know you just cared a lot and i overlooked that thank you mom I love you

Kevin Brule

21 February 2021

Kevin Brule

21 February 2021

Stephanie was an awesome soul!

Kevin Brule

21 February 2021

Pat Brule

21 February 2021

I used to babysit Stephanie. She was a sweet girl.

Susan Karther

21 February 2021

Stephanie, when I look back at all the pages of my life you are one of the most beautiful chapters.

We met under unusual circumstances and we quickly became close friends. She told me how she got her nickname “extra” and she lived up to it and showed the extra in everything she did for those around her.

We spent hours talking, laughing and FaceTime about everything imaginable. In those talks she would often hear something she could do for me or someone and she followed through.

Most important to me was the unconditional love and acceptance she gave to me and for that I am eternally grateful.

Stephanie loved her husband, boys, family and friends deeply. She was generous, fun loving and kind hearted.

I remember events we had which started out small and in walked Stephanie with a smile and a wagon full of extra gourmet foods, decorations, party games putting forth the extra effort to make each person feel special.

One of my recent “big” surprise birthday parties for me was no exception with not one but two special cakes that she brought me with food and all the other amenities. As Stephanie told me later you Had to have an “Extra” special party for that one.

We laughed and did things together and you touched my heart. You made a meaningful impact on me and so many. I will miss you deeply but I’m thankful for the time we had.

Love you,
Susan Karther

Debra Nelson Davis

20 February 2021

I sure remember you as a child! My sister, Sherry Nelson Brule' who was also your Mother & I would plan our Laverne OK visits to Grandma & Dado's together when my daughters: Julie & Jamie & your brother, Tony, & you were young back in the early 80s. We were together back then quite often. We used to have a lot of fun times & you 3 girls even had several matching outfits. Dado fondly called you 3 his Dandy Girls & was always right in the middle of your playing. I'm sure Dado, Grandma, My Dad (your Grandpa Bob), & especially your Mother will be showing you the ropes there in Heaven! My hearts & prayers go out to your current family even though I have never met them. I will always cherish my memories of you. Your Aunt Debbie

Amanda Rodriguez

20 February 2021

Richard, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Stephanie was such a giving and amazing person. The first night I met her she brought a cookie cake and turned it into a birthday cake for me. She was always doing amazing things like that to make people feel special or make their day brighter. She made such an impact on so many lives, she will be greatly missed by all of us.

Allison Plemons

19 February 2021

Richard, my heart goes out to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. I talked to Stephanie a few times when she came to pick up checks from our office, she was a sweet person. Whatever we can do for you please let us know.

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