Stephanie Lynn Somers

Born: 03/18/1990 Passed:

Stephanie Lynn Somers, 31, of Tuscarawas County, Ohio passed away unexpectedly Saturday, November 27th, 2021, at Union Hospital.   Stephanie was fond of reading and had most recently been immersed in Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.   She had an adoration of music that spanned across many genres and was the first to crack a joke, especially if it was inappropriate.  Stephanie also enjoyed being in the kitchen and was extremely proud of the pumpkin roll she and Kieran made for Thanksgiving dinner. While she wasn’t always big into football, she had more recently became a fan.  Stephanie was currently attending school and aspired to work in the automotive field.

Born March 18th, 1990, Stephanie grew up in Canton where she attended McKinley High School.

Stephanie is survived by her parents Troy “Jeff” and Stephanie D. Somers; biological son, Kieran Somers; sister, Diana Somers; brother, Domminick Somers; and sister, Monica Lerario; and numerous other family and friends.

A graveside committal service will take place with a celebration of life to immediately follow. Those who wish to honor and celebrate Stephanie are encouraged to reach out to a family member for specific details.

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4 Tributes to Stephanie Lynn Somers

  1. Crystal Ellis-Shilling says:

    To My Sister Stephanie, we Never had the chance to meet or talk, but I’ve known about and Loved you from the moment I found out I had siblings! I didn’t get the chance to meet or talk to you, you were taken from this world way to soon may you R.i.p and fly high!! Until we can finally meet in heaven, your Sister Crystal.

  2. Anonymous says:

    We laid you to rest today, sweetheart. Though My heart was breaking, my heart felt peace knowing you were God and while it was cold, the sun was shining so brightly. Everything was so beautiful…much like you. You are surrounded by all of those who left before you and I know you are so happy to be filled with such love. I know you will always be with me in some way or another. I know you called out to me today. I heard you…and I thank you for that. I love you baby! Rest easy
    Alway, Mom

  3. Mom says:

    Today, we laid you to rest. It was not an easy goodbye. It was cold but the sun was shining so brightly and it seemed as though the clouds had stepped aside to allow some light into our lives in such a dark moment. I believe you were looking down upon those of us who had gathered to send you off and that it made you smile to know how much you are loved. While my heart is broken, it brings me comfort to know that you are with God and surrounded by loved ones who went before you. I can only imagine what that homecoming looked like, but I know it must have been glorious. I heard you call out to me after we left the cemetery. I needed that… to know that you were still with me…that you’ll always be near. Thank you for all the laughs and memories. I will cling tightly to each one. I love you today, tomorrow and always.

  4. Your step-father Rudy Collaso says:

    The day Stephanie was born, she looked like Shirley Temple with curly golden hair and pretty blue eyes which amazed her mother, Kim and I. Stephanie’s beauty put heaven in our hearts.
    When Stephanie was 3 1/2 years old, I would take her and her sister Diana and Monica and her brother Dominic to the beach in Oceanside, California in a 4 seated stroller down to the playground on the sand to swing on the swings and slide down the kids slides. Stephanie and her sister Diana would scream with joy, and have such beautiful big smiles. They were so young leaving their foot prints in the sand as we sat by the sea shore.
    When it was time to go home, they really screamed as they did not want to leave the playground on the beach (every time we went). But, lucky for me Burger King was on the way home and Stephanie and Diana enjoyed the french fries and a toy which they wouldn’t pass up and that changed their minds while the twins had their baby bottles.
    Stephanie grew to be a beautiful young lady and achieved the precious gift of a baby boy. Excellent job Stephanie! Now you are in your mother Kim’s arms in heaven. God Bless you Stephanie and you will always be in our hearts and we love you.

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