Brodie, Stephanie Lynn

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Stephanie Lynn Brodie of Plano, Texas, passed away on Friday, November 28, 2014. She was 32 years old.

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14 replies on “Brodie, Stephanie Lynn”

Emily Spence says:

The last time I saw Steph was about five years ago when I left Texas and moved back to the Midwest to be near my family. While working in Texas I was fortunate enough to become friends with this extremely intelligent and generous soul. I very much enjoyed her sense of humor and infectious smile.
I hold you all in my thoughts and prayers as you grieve the loss of a wife, daughter, sister and friend. She was definitely one-of-a-kind

Katy Tillotson says:

I am so sad to hear this. I did not know Stephanie personally but know James through his business. He always spoke so lovingly of his wife and I know was so desperate to go to any lengths to find treatment for her. She was definitely very loved and adored by her husband! James, I am so sorry. I will be thinking of and praying for you. Katy Tillotson

Kirsten Schmit says:

I was fortunate to know Stephanie through work at Nationwide though I had not worked with her for a few years. What an amazing woman, I’m so very sorry for your loss.

Holly Epke says:

Stephanie was my supervisor while she worked at Nationwide. She was one of the best managers I have had. She was wonderful to work with and so caring. I am so sorry for your loss. She will be greatly missed.

Kendall McNeal says:

I recently learned about the passing of Stephanie. I was a co-worker of hers. We came into the company around the same time. I enjoyed getting to know her and I will remember her love for animals, her understanding and compassion for people. She will be missed. My prayers go out to her family in this time.

JoAnn Frazier says:

James and family,
Stephanie and I were co-workers in the Richardson Office and most recently co-managers.
I can’t express how deeply sadened we are at Nationwide to hear this news. Stephanie was well loved by all her peers and Leadership Team. She was compassionate to all. Her love for animals was special. She was so intelligent and beautiful. My prayers are with your family always. I am sure that I speak for all her co-workers at Nationwide.

Dave Wolf says:

As a peer of mine at Nationwide Stephanie was a wonderful leader and great to work with. She will be genuinely missed. My heart felt condolences go out to her family.

Nancy Graham says:

I had the privelge of meeting and working with Stephanie at Nationwide. She was the most intelligent, kind, giving, and compassionate person I have met. She had a positive powerful presence and always had a smile on her face. What an amazing woman. I’m sorry for your loss, she will be greatly missed.

Yolanda Alvarez says:

James and Family,
We just heard the sad news and heartbreak to our beloved previous Manager, Stephanie, she will be sadly lost to all who knew her, loved her. May God continue to Bless, Grace and Favor the entire family through this lost.

Kevin Reinhardt says:

I had the pleasure of working for Stephanie. Simply said, she brought joy to all who met her. She was funny and intelligent and made the world a better place. I offer prayers for the family and am so sorry for your loss.

Marsha Rowlison says:

I consider myself fortunate to have worked for Stephanie even if it was for a brief time. She was wise beyond her years, amazingly intelligent and so compassionate. She always looked for and found the best in people and her love for animals was unsurpassed. She was an amazing young woman and all of us who knew her at Nationwide will miss her.

Susie McCurdy says:

Stephanie was lovely inside and out. I am very sad the world lost a shiny star so early! My prayers to her family.

Susie mccurdy says:

Stephanie was a beautiful person inside and out. The world has lost a shining star. My prayers are for peace for the family of Stephanie.

Pat Teeling says:

I knew and appreciated Steph when we worked at Nationwide together. She loved her husband James, her cats, and life. Your mark in life is not how many “toys” you have at the end, but the lives that you touched. Steph is and will be very sorely missed.

Pat Teeling and family

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