Stephanie Steury

Stephanie Steury, age 69, of Raytown, MO passed away on 6/13/24 at Truman Medical Center (University Health downtown) from Endocarditis (Staph infection of the heart). Visitation will be 1:30 pm on 6/27/24, with services right after at 3:00pm at St Mark’s Catholic church at 3736 S Lee’s Summit Road in Independence, MO 64055. Stephanie was born 2/25/55 in Kansas City MO.

She spent her whole life in the Raytown area. She worked 8 years in the Flower business at Coach Lamp Florist and 20 years in BookStore/Accounting/Management in the Community Colleges at Longview, Penn Valley, Johnson County, as well as DeVry College.

She was preceded in death by her father Paul Turnbow, and mother Patricia Turnbow as well as grandparents.

Survivors include; Husband – Harold, son – Adam (Angela) daughter – Bethany, sisters Alexa Turnbow-Barton, Alison Steffen (Mike), and brother Kristofer Turnbow (Vicki). Grandchildren Willow Steury, Kylea Martinez, Tori Cavasos, Britney Cavosos, Kierstyn Cavasos. Loving Nieces & Nephews. Brother In Law Donald (Marylin), Thomas (Faith), Sister-in-law Jane.

Flowers are certainly welcome but if you wish, please make contributions to the American Heart Association and/or American Cancer Society.

Condolences

  1. Jean Keating on June 18, 2024 at 1:18 pm

    I am so shocked at your passing. Prayers for you and your family.



  2. Sue Green on June 21, 2024 at 3:37 pm

    I’m so sorry to hear this. Losing Steph leaves another big hole in your family and in our hearts. She will be missed.



  3. Vicki Turnbow on June 22, 2024 at 11:44 am

    It still doesn’t seem real. Looking for pictures has brought back some great memories. Stephanie had an eye for flowers and her creativity was amazing. She will be missed. We love you all, Kris and Vicki 💙❤️



  4. Don & Marilyn Steury on June 23, 2024 at 11:47 am

    We are so very sorry to hear of Stephanie Steury passing. She will be missed and we are praying for comfort and peace during this most difficult time.
    Don & Marilyn Steury



  5. Dean Katerndahl on June 23, 2024 at 1:31 pm

    On behalf of the Parkville Board of Aldermen we send our deepest sympathies and prayers to Alexa Barton and her family. We know that family is so important to Alexa and the loss of her sister is devastating. However, we know the presence of her family during this ordeal has meant the world to her.

    Parkville Board of Aldermen



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