Mark Timothy Stephan
February 13, 1973 – November 20, 2019
Mark Timothy Stephan, age 46, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away on Wednesday November 20, 2019. Mark was born February 13, 1973 in Indianapolis, Indiana to the late Susan Shannon and Timothy Stephan. Mark enjoyed working with food and could be described as a dabbler in the culinary arts, having been especially proud of his off menu creation, "The Skinny Ranch", at Noble Romans. Like all Stephans, he enjoyed licorice. He also was the best Spaghetti O's cook and never turned down a Nutty Buddy.
Mark is survived by his daughter, Morgyn Taylor-Stephan and sister, Heather Stephan.
A celebration of life for Mark will be held Wednesday, December 4, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Feeney-Hornak Shadeland Mortuary, 1307 N Shadeland Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana 46219. The family asks no black attire be worn.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.feeneyhornakshadeland.com for the Stephan family.
- Timothy Stephan, Father (deceased)
- Susan Shannon, Mother (deceased)
- Morgyn Taylor-Stephan, Daughter
- Heather Stephan, Sister
- Celebration of Life Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Mark Timothy Stephan
November 30, 2019
I became a close friend of Mark's late mother Susan, especially in 2018-2019 before she passed, and I got to know Mark a bit during that time. I know that he had a good heart and pure intentions in his care for those around him. He was always so grateful towards me and other friends for our help with Susan. He struggled with his physical and mental health, and he'd lost his job and both his parents among, I would imagine, other hardships just this past year alone. Yet with everything he was struggling with, he managed to get to the hospital before Susan passed to tell her he loved her and kiss her forehead, sharing with her a loving farewell. He truly was grieving her loss. Especially after his dad passed suddenly, he checked in with Susan often. He also accomplished bringing his daughter Morgyn with him to attend both his father Tim's and mother Susan's memorial services this year, and he was full of reverence, respect, and love to honor his parents' lives.
Mark loved his family and friends. No man is a failure who has friends, and that is certainly true of Mark.
I pray that Mark is now at peace with his mother and father, free of all pain and suffering, in Heaven. My continued prayers are with Morgyn and Heather as they navigate life through grieving the loss of their family this holiday season.