OBITUARY

Tina Jeter Stoher

August 2, 1962September 11, 2021
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After a long and difficult fight with cancer, Tina J. Stoher has gone to be with the Lord.

She is loved and survived by her family, including her husband, Mike Stoher of Beaverdam, VA, a daughter, Brittni May of Ashland, VA, a mother, Naomi Murphy, sisters Brenda Dougherty and Diane Dean, and a brother, Phillip Jeter.

Family and friends will be received at 4:00 - 6:00pm on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, at the Nelsen Funeral Home (412 South Washington Highway, Ashland, VA). The funeral service to celebrate Tina's life will begin promptly at 6:00pm.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.NelsenAshland.com for the Stoher family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 15, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Memories

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Pam Cherne

September 17, 2021

Tina was not only my real estate agent , whom I had just met and after 2 other agents I spoke with, I knew Tina was special and she was the one. We bonded during that first meeting and Tina became a blessed and wonderful friend. When I called Tina that my husband had passed and she said “what can I do” and I said I need to sell our home, as the last 6 months prior to his death she had put the house on the market and as it got closer to Christmas we took it off the market. She said” well we will wait a couple of weeks and then put it on the market because you need time to take care of yourself etc “ . When she did put it on the market she sold it in 1 week, how awesome is that. I’m not trying to tell my story but she made sure she was available to drive me and be with me while I was making arrangements and was always there. Tina was one of the most beautiful, loving kind and caring persons I’ve met and I’m sure I’m not the only one that she has touched.

Tina I love and miss you my friend and I know you were fighting it so much and the
love you had for your family and Bentley 😊 I miss you my friend, I’m sure you’re in good hands now with God and now you’re no longer in pain. 🤗❤️🙏

Holly Brown

September 16, 2021

I feel blessed to have known Tina through our horseshow experiences. She was so generous when Kimberly was the Virginia Quarter Horse Queen. I will never forget Mike's proposal to her at the Chesterfield County Horse Show...
Hugs and love to the family

Corinne Dixon

September 14, 2021

Deepest sympathies to Tina’s family and friends. Losing her at such a young age is so sad. I have been a friend of the family for decades and have watched her blossom into an awesome human. Words fail me. Love you all Naomi, Diane, Brenda, Tara, Melissa, Natalie, Erin, Luke, Bailey, Scarlett, Britni, Zachery, Diamond, Abby and Mike her wonderful husband. We will remember Tina fondly.

Casey Redford

September 13, 2021

I worked with Tina over the last 7 years. She was smart, industrious and really cared about her clients. We became friends over that time and my heart goes out to her family. May God help you find peace in the love that she shared with everyone in her life. It was my great pleasure to know her.
Casey Redford

Karen Carter

September 13, 2021

I loved seeing Tina at the horse shows. She always had a beautiful roan horse - or two. She was so kind and sweet. She had a true love of animals. I will miss seeing her and hearing her contagious laugh. We will miss you, Tina!

Cathette Plumer

September 12, 2021

Mike and Tina's family. Tina was such a pleasant person and always seemed to be happy. She enjoyed her horses and they were her pride and joy. I'm glad I got to visit with her a few weeks ago and that meant a lot to me and I hope it did to her as well. Tina you will be missed but now you are in a better place with no pain.
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