Justin Thomas STEGALL

October 7, 1977January 17, 2021

Justin was born October 7, 1977 in Phoenix, AZ to Charles Stegall and Ariel White. He was married April 15, 2017 to Lois Lane. Justin is known by family and friends for his sense of humor and kind and compassionate spirit. Justin was passionate and vocal about his pride for his sons. Justin is survived by his wife Lois, two sons, Johnny and Kenneth, his parents and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Justin’s memorial service will be held at the Arcadia Gospel Fellowship, 4233 N. 40th St. in Phoenix on February 27th at 10:30 am. The service will be streamed live on the churches Facebook page. Guests attending the service are requested to wear face masks if they are not maintaining social distancing.


  • A Celebration of Life

    Saturday, February 27, 2021


Justin Thomas STEGALL

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Lori Charles

February 26, 2021

Justin, you will be remembered. I’ll see you and Marci on the other side. Rest In Peace

Gena Stewart

February 23, 2021

The stars are shining bright in heaven and the angels are singing. Rest In Peace dear Justin. May your family find comfort in all the memories they cherish of you. God bless them all. Love Drew and Gena.

Elizabeth Pewthers

January 30, 2021

Don’t know what to say at a loss for words. Love you and miss you dude

Joshua Thomas

January 29, 2021

My thoughts and prayers go out to Justin's family, friends and loved ones. I grew up with Justin from the time we were little 2nd graders at Larry C. Kennedy Elementary, all the way up till High School. There were so many countless times I would ride my bike over to his place to hang out freezing G.I. Joe's and smashing them on the ground, or making silencers out of paper towel containers for our toy guns. Through him I made friends with Troy, Donovan, Tiffany and a host of others. He was my friend and always treated me with kindness. You are LOVED my dude and we'll see each other again 1 day. May your soul be at peace and if you need help, look for my mom Rosa, she'll definitely remember you and take care of you. God bless you Justin!

Robert Esparza

January 29, 2021

My condolences to Justin's family. God Bless Justin's family and friends. Justin was an amazing friend, who I shared so many happy and hilarious memories. Many times I have shared our stories together with my friends and family. The "lighter" incident and the "Demolition Man seashells" response are still hilarious stories that make me laugh to this day. Justin you were one in a million, I will miss you brother!

Ariel White

January 29, 2021

Help me to not continue to search for his last thought, last words, last sight.
Rather help me know there will be another time.
Help me remember it was not his last thoughts, words or sight,
That he is just sleeping.
There is no more torment
No more pain
Someday soon he will be called to awaken
By a loving voice
In a new body
Reunited with all he loved
and loved him

Sleep in peace my beautiful son. Your absence is felt by many.

Lisa Arbizo

January 28, 2021

I worked with Justin at Goodwill he was a very good guy. He talked about his family a lot especially his son Johnny my heart goes out to his wife Lois and his 2 boys and his mother just know that he loved you all very much he will be truly missed.