OBITUARY

Stephen Collins Yednock Jr.

September 21, 1945December 4, 2014
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Stephen Collins Yednock, Jr. of Seabrook, Maryland died on Thursday, December 4, 2014. Steve is the husband of Margaret "Peg" Yednock; father of Stephen P. Yednock, and Margaret Ann "Meg Ann" Nemeth and her husband Michael; grandfather of Michael Albert "Bert" Nemeth; brother of Mary Foster, Linda Elstad, Catherine Wood, Frederick Yednock and the late Jean Martin. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 pm, Thursday, December 11, 2014 at the Robert E. Evans Funeral Home, 16000 Annapolis Road, Bowie, Maryland. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 12 noon, Friday, December 12, 2014 at Ascension Catholic Church, Bowie, Maryland. Interment with Military Honors will be held 1:45 pm, Friday, December 12, 2014 at the Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville, Maryland. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the following charitable organizations: The Disabled American Veterans - dav.org, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital - stjude.org, or St. Joseph's Indian School, PO Box 326, Chamberlain, SD 57326 - www.stjo.org/dreams.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, December 11, 2014
  • Visitation Thursday, December 11, 2014
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, December 12, 2014
  • Commital Service Friday, December 12, 2014
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Stephen Collins Yednock Jr.

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David Solomon

December 14, 2014

I have a great wealth of memories of Stephen Collins Yednock Jr. to treasure. My first theater experience with him was in MAD's 1999 "Damn Yankees," when I was baseball player Linville and he was my Baseball Commissioner, in addition to playing 2 other characters. I especially treasure his asking me to play the priest character in his thought-provking one-act, "Life Inside A Hershey Bar." And didn't he play harmonica in the MAD holiday chorus? His story about the marksmanship bet that he made while in the military is I think my favorite all time story about military service. My condolences to his wife Peg, and to his most important legacy of all, his marvelous son and daughter, Stephen P. Yednock and Meg Ann Nemeth.

Scott Ritz

December 13, 2014

Courtney and I had the honor of performing in several of Mr. Yednock's short plays for MAD's Spring Drama workshop. They were cleverly written and fun to perform in. "Blind Double Date" was our favorite for obvious reasons. We always looked forward to seeing him and his family at GAC and MAD performances. We will miss him.

Lelia Moors

December 12, 2014

Steve Yednock was a wonderful human being whose love and humor were felt by everyone who met him. He left a bit of his spirit wherever he touched. He is now laughing and dancing in Heaven. My prayers for his wife Peg, his children Steve and Meg, and his precious grandson, Bert. May you all remember and bask in his joy, for he is forever with you.

Joel Markowitz

December 11, 2014

My condolences to Stephen's family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Linda Sellner

December 11, 2014

I will miss seeing Stephen at the theater. He was always so supportive. He will be missed. Thoughts & prayers are being sent to the entire family.

Kristine Barbieri

December 10, 2014

I had the pleasure of performing with Stephen, Stephen P. and Meg Ann in MAD. What a delightful family to work with and be around. I am so sorry for your loss.

Gina Davis

December 10, 2014

He filled the earth with his bright smile and connectedness with community, he will be missed and always remembered.
My deepest sympathy for your loss.

Ted Ying

December 10, 2014

Stephen was one of the friendliest people I know. When I first met him, he worked in building 14 and I worked in building 3. He would periodically walk over to my office or if I was in his building, I would stop by his office. What should have been a 3-5 minute quick chat usually was a 30-40 minute chat about whatever crossed his mind. He always had such a good outlook on life and he loved the theater with all his heart. He apparently thought about theater all the time and would cast shows or movies with his friends or other MAD members in mind. He had such a vivid imagination for the stage and screen. Although it was 10 years ago, he loved our production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and he repeatedly told me that he loved my performance and always remembered me as Snoopy. He was a big fan of mine, but what he may not have known is that I was a big fan of his. He raised two wonderful children who love him dearly and I hope that I can be as good a father as he. He was such a good example of what a good man and father should be.

December 10, 2014

We are so sorry for your loss. All of MAD will miss him. Steve was a very talented man who loved his family and life. He wrote many scripts and enjoyed irony. Go in peace Steve.
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Dave and Sara Buckingham

December 10, 2014

Our prayers and deepest condolences go out to the family and all those touched by the life of Mr. Yednock.