Stephen Pembroke Aldrich

January 18, 1969October 16, 2010

Stephen Pembroke Aldrich was born on January 18, 1969 in Kansas City, Missouri and passed away on October 16, 2010 in Independence, Missouri.



  • Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, October 21, 2010
  • Visitation and Rosary Wednesday, October 20, 2010


  • Burial

Stephen Pembroke Aldrich

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Scott Bain

February 27, 2016

Denice Kurtz

November 4, 2010

Any family member contact Denice Kurtz (butterfly lady) @913 302-8110 or facebook. I worked with Steve at UPS. ASAP.

Denice Kurtz

November 4, 2010

Want to get in touch with family of Stephen Aldrich. This is Denice (The Butterfly Lady) please if u get this contact me @913 302-8110. Or u can reach me on facebook Denice Kurtz.

November 3, 2010

Son, I'll always remember and cherish our times together. Those camping trips, watching basketball, playing cards, being together as a family on holidays, birthdays and other special occasions. I'll dearly miss them and can only say how much I have loved you and how I wish I could have expressed it in a even better way. Someday we'll be back together to enjoy each other once again. My Love, Dad

tawnya aldrich

October 31, 2010

my brother-in-law, my friend, Heaven's gain is definently our loss. I will miss you always, but you leave us with many wonderful memories to fill our days and our hearts. Rest in Peace, by God's side and shine down on us 'til we meet again. Love you, Halbrook.
p.s. Willow says she loves you and misses you, Uncle Steve. :)

Heartland Habitat for Humanity

October 27, 2010

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Nick Wright

October 27, 2010

Words cannot express how much I miss you now,
I look to the sky and ask myself how?
I miss our talks already, however seldom and far between,
I wish I could be there for you now like you were for me.
They wouldn't let me leave it wasn't up to me,
Training up to deploy was more important than family.
Out of my control, is where my life remains,
You were the older brother I never had and my heart it pains.
One of the best men I know and will be for the rest of my days,
I miss you, I love you, on this day its you I praise.

Neil Schorr

October 26, 2010

This Just In... Always entertaining working with Steve in Smalls at UPS. Hard working and helpful, even with a smile on his face from things I'd say. Thoughts & prayers are with the entire family. Miss U Steve.

Justin Babcock

October 25, 2010

Working with Steve at UPS was a great experience, he was the nicest guy i have ever met. He would help you out without even asking him too. He always had a great attitude towards life and a smile on his face that brightened up your day if you were feeling down. I will never forget the conversations we had in Small Sort, he was always there to listen to any problems you had. My Condolences to Steve's family he was truly a GREAT guy.

Melodie Aldrich

October 23, 2010

What a beautiful day to take a loved one away
Outside the trees sway in the breeze, we’re mourning while the rest of the worlds at peace
What, how, why to us, bring him back we plea,
When you get up to heaven and to the golden gate, God will give you the key and reveal the mystery

Sing a little song for me when I’m gone
I know it might take awhile but things will come along
Cry a little tear for me, I know it’s hard, but try to be happy

God had a plan for him today
It just happened he had to take him away
Try to remember the way he laughed,
Or maybe the way he played with his cat
All the memories you two had made
Are to be remembered on a beautiful day

Sing a little song for me when I’m gone
I know it might take awhile but things will come along
Cry a little tear for me, I know it’s hard, but try to be happy

He’s in heaven strummin’ his guitar, when you look for him don’t search very far, he’s in a special place inside of your heart
So next time you sit down and cry and you’re talking to God, don’t ask why, just thank him for the hello and unspoken goodbye

So laugh a big ole’ laugh for me,
At Christmas dinner with the family
Family is where I want to be but heaven is where I belong,
Just try to remember me when you sing this song

Love, Melodie