Edward W. Stephens

November 18, 1969January 29, 2019

Edward W. Stephens, 49, of Hometown. Survived by loving mother Lillian Stephens, and brother Michael (Laura). Fond Uncle of Kathryn, Andrew, and Adam. Funeral arrangements, private.


  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, February 2, 2019
  • Interment Private Saturday, February 2, 2019

Edward W. Stephens

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Jean Doeslaere Coffelt

February 2, 2019

Eddie-All us neighbors are heartbroken!! The guy that was ALWAYS there for us!! Will never forget you-a true neighbor, always looking out for others! A guy with a heart of gold and a GREAT friend! Keep smiling up there and watching over us! Ms. Stephens we are so very sorry for your loss-your son was a man to be proud of.
And as Fr. Tom would say, “we know you like to stir the pot, just don’t stir it too much.”
Joe & Jean Coffelt

Sandy Wheeler

February 1, 2019

You were a part of so many memories - The fireworks extravaganzas where the alleys reverberated with colossal booms nonstop for fifteen minutes straight. Taking our lives in our hands when we climbed into your vehicle, only to experience your precision and expert driving, weaving meticulously through the slower vehicles on the road. Your laugh that was contagious. But I will always remember how you laughed at me when I asked you where the seatbelt was when I got in your Chevelle. Dan always said I could get in your car, but never on the back of your motorcycle. We showed him, didn’t we! You always made sure I was taken care of, especially when Dan had to go out of town. We went to the Melissa Ethridge concert and that was something we continually reminisced about. You had a heart of gold and cared more than most! You were very loved, always appreciated and will be missed more than you know! Rest in paradise, Uncle Eddie Sceddie! Until we meet again!

Colleen O'Halleran-Foley

February 1, 2019

Oh Eddie. My Heart Is Broken.
God Will I Miss You So Very Much.
You Knew How Much I Loved You and I Always Will. You Were The One Friend Of Foleys That Always Had His Back, Were Always There When We/He Needed You and The Only, Only, One Who Could Make Me Belly Laugh So Hard That I Swear I Saw Stars.
I Know You Will Be Watching Over Us, But Promise Me Not To Cause Too Much Of A Ruckus Up There in Heaven.
BurnOuts Fine and Maybe An Occasional Throwing Beans Up In A Moving Ceiling Fan, But That's It Okay?
Until We See Each Other Again My Friend.
Love You.

Dan Wheeler

January 31, 2019

We could never remember how long we knew one another because that’s how long we have been friends. Can’t belive this happened. Say hi to Bobby and Mike my friend. Until we meet again.