Hope Nix Stephens
November 1, 1952 – February 6, 2019
Hope Nix Stephens joined the angels in heaven on February 6, 2019. She retired from Techtronic Power Equipment Medical Division (aka TTI Group, Singer, and Ryobi) after 44 years of service. She also enjoyed trips to the beach, listening to her favorite preachers, and playing with her cherished cat Bella, aka Kitty. Hope is the daughter of the late Elmer Day and Sallie Kate (Riddle) Nix, and she is the wife of the late Earl Olin Stephens. Surviving are two sisters, Freda Nix Warlick and Connie Joyce Nix, both of Easley, SC. In addition, Hope has three nieces, Alisha (Warlick) Robinson, her first niece, of Liberty, SC, Erika Michelle Ellison, with whom she was especially close, of Atlanta, GA, and Elyssa Maree Hendrix, her “little buddy,” of Easley, SC, and one nephew, Brent Warlick of Easley, SC. Hope also has two great-nephews, Garrett and Gabriel Robinson of Liberty, SC, and one great-niece, Bryson Warlick of Easley, SC. The family would also like to recognize Hope’s beloved neighbors, Kathy and Joe Leopard, and much-loved supervisor, Tony Sorrells and his wife, Tammy (Dodgens) Sorrells. Hope also had three neighborhood children whom she loved as her own even into their adulthood, Jennifer (Allen) Norris, and Steven and Michael Stancell. In lieu of flowers, please donate to The Country Santa in person at 112 Reece Lane or by mail at Post Office Box 856 Pickens SC 29671. The Country Santa may be reached by phone at (864) 898-4422.
- Earl Olin Stephens, Husband
- Freda Nix Warlick, Sister
- Connie Joyce Nix, Sister
- Mrs. Stephens also leaves behind nieces and nephews, Alisha Robinson (David), Brent Warlick (Dana), and Erika Ellison and great nephews Garrett and Gabe Robinson, and great niece Bryson Warlick.
- Country Santa
- Graveside Service Monday, February 11, 2019
Hope Nix Stephens
February 11, 2019
So sorry to hear about Hope. She was such a fun person to work with. Prayers for the family.
February 10, 2019
I worked with Hope at Ryobi. Hope was always a lot of fun to work with. I know ya'll will miss her. Will be praying for you Connie and the family.
February 8, 2019
Connie and family, I am so so very sympathetic for your loss. Hope was such a fun person to work with. There was never a dull moment being around her. May God hold all of you in the palms of his loving hands and help you get through this very sad time in your life.Connie I still love you even though I never see you. She will be greatly missed because everyone that knew her loved her. Love Louise Holcombe Pickens SC