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Candace Stevenson, 36, of Columbia passed away at University Hospital on the evening of April 8, 2020 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Cremation has taken place and no services are scheduled at this time due to the orders of no public gatherings. The family will plan a celebration in her honor at a later date. Candace is survived by her loving husband Bartley, her mother Audrey Homan, her father Dallas Acuff, her sister Carrie Meireis as well as countless friends.
At a very young age if Candace ever saw someone sitting with their head down, she would walk right up to them, put her arm on their back, tilt her head around so she was face to face and would tell them It will be OK.
Candace would jump at any opportunity to help someone with any project, set any goal, or do anything fitness related. She was full of encouragement for anything you wanted to accomplish and chances are she would help you do it! She loved her job and was very devoted to her work. She deeply loved all her patients, coworkers, and customers. You know this because more than likely she has given you a strong handshake and a hug. Quality time was her love language. She would drop everything to spend time with you. She had a special gift of making you feel like the most important person any time you were with her. I would love to make mention of everyone she loves, but we would run out of space on the internet!! Candace was always deeply thankful for her all friends and family!
I am the luckiest person in the world to have spent 20 amazing years with Candace. She took care of me and spoiled me rotten. We worked hard, played hard and lived life large! We were very blessed and we have no regrets! We were very grateful to be able to travel and enjoy so many fun activities! She supported me at any hobby or interest I ever had. We had plans to do so many more things together and she will be deeply missed. We were meant for each other and our love was unconditional. She will never be forgotten!