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Scruggs, Stephanie “Stevie”

Scruggs, Stephanie “Stevie”

August 15, 1978 — October 22, 2018

Stephanie Michelle Scruggs, 40, of Kansas City North, passed away October 22, 2018 at NorthCare Hospice House, surrounded by family.   Visitation will be held from 6-8 pm Friday, October 26, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO. Private graveside services will be held Saturday. Memorials are suggested to the Vicki Welsh Fund for Ovarian Cancer (vickiwelshfund.org).

Stevie was born August 15, 1978, in Kansas City, MO, the youngest of her family. She graduated from Excelsior Springs High School and attended DeVry University. Stevie was active in Girl Scouting and its alumnae. She worked in shipping fulfillment for Amazon.

Stevie leaves her parents, Reggie and Karen (Chancellor) Scruggs; sister, Samantha Garlock and her daughter Sydney; brother, Jason Scruggs and his wife Crystal; and maternal grandmother, Marjorie Chancellor; aunts and uncles, Debbie Chancellor, Diana Smith (Ed), William Scruggs (Miranda), David Scruggs (Becky), Roger Scruggs (Betsy), Arlene Taylor (David) and Lori Parris; as well as many cousins, other family members and friends.

Service Information

Visitation will be held from 6-8 pm Friday, October 26, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO. Private graveside services will be held Saturday.

Scruggs, Stephanie “Stevie”'s Guestbook

I just wanted you to know that Stephanie was always so kind to me. Some of my favorite memories of us were playing basketball together in junior high, in the old East gym! I really appreciated how kind and gentle she was. She never said an unkind thing of anyone! I haven't seen Stephanie in years! When my mother passed away of pancreatic cancer in June of this year, she sent beautiful flowers to me that I still have alive and thriving! I was shocked at her thoughts of me after not having much contact with her since high school! That tells you what kind of a person she is! I am so grateful she has such a wonderful family to stand by her side and support her to the end! She is in a better place now! She is happy and finally at peace!

Chelsea Reeve

Words can't express the love and sadness we have for you all at this time. Beck and I send all our love and prayers with you all at this time. While celebrating Stevie's new home in heaven with no sickness or pain.

David Scruggs

Amber and I've known Stephanie for six years. We met her at Amazon when we were sent to the Storage building to do prep. The three of us got along so well because of our good work ethics. Even though she was two years younger than us she often acted like an older sister. One time, Amber and I became so distressed at work Stephanie pulled us from the production floor and took us to the office. We were overwhelmed for caring for our dad who had dementia. She took time out of her day to listen and give us positive advice. Stephanie was facing battles of her own but she never put herself before others. Steph, had a nonchalant demeanor about herself. Her presence could cheer you up in no time. We are so thankful to have gotten to know Steph. She was the strongest woman we knew. Until we meet again, we love you sister!

Tracy D Wright and Amber N Clark

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