In memory of
Stephanie Anne Kensil
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In memory of
Stephanie Anne Kensil
KENSIL, Stephanie A. ALLEN, TX- At 5:15 CT Saturday morning, January 5, 2019, Stephanie Anne Kensil, after staring down several cruel and punishing illnesses, courageously returned to the universe from whence she came 67 years ago. "Steve" as she is known to siblings Dan Kensil and Pat Kensil Rowe, arrived on this orb on December 17, 1951 to the pleasure of Eileen and Bill Kensil of Philadelphia PA, trailing her sister by nearly a decade. Stevie, as a large circle of intimates call her, left this life reluctantly but with the love of friends accumulated and critters rescued during the course of a maddeningly brief existence. Forever single, strong willed, and independent, Steve found joy in her family, her buddies, her pet rescues, and her pottery. To many, her direct nature and solid convictions were often enjoyed as debates in the making. And as an engaging conversationalist, she rarely left you wondering where you or she stood on a variety of topics. During early segments of her life she took pleasure in sports, particularly basketball, and was often seen as the best dancer on the dance floor. In addition, her caregiving and support for those facing end of life provided a source of strength and acceptance. Her eighteen months as the in-home caretaker for her mother set a standard to be greatly admired. Stevie is survived by her siblings; her sister-in-law Margie Hathaway Kensil; her cousins Pat Good, Betsy Kulesa, Vince Kensil, Joe Kensil; and her lifetime friend, Paddy Porter Troupe. She was fortified in her illness by the love and succor provided by her sister-in-law and her cousin Pat. Additionally, close friends Pat Carrillo, Sherry Green, and Connie Schoonmaker gave much of themselves, their time, and tenderness to help Stevie face her life's crisis. As Stephanie wished, her cremated remains will be removed to Virginia for interment next to her parents in All Saints Catholic Cemetery. A memorial service is planned for a later date. For those contemplating flowers, a donation in Stephanie's name to a no-kill animal shelter would be welcome. Condolences may be registered at BWFosterFuneralHome.com .
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In memory of
Stephanie Anne Kensil
KENSIL, Stephanie A. ALLEN, TX- At 5:15 CT Saturday morning, January 5, 2019, Stephanie Anne Kensil, after staring down several cruel and punishing illnesses, courageously returned to the universe from whence she came 67 years ago. "Steve" as she is known to siblings Dan Kensil and Pat Kensil Rowe, arrived on this orb on December 17, 1951 to the pleasure of Eileen and Bill Kensil of Philadelphia PA, trailing her sister by nearly a decade. Stevie, as a large circle of intimates call her, left this life reluctantly but with the love of friends accumulated and critters rescued during the course of a maddeningly brief existence. Forever single, strong willed, and independent, Steve found joy in her family, her buddies, her pet rescues, and her pottery. To many, her direct nature and solid convictions were often enjoyed as debates in the making. And as an engaging conversationalist, she rarely left you wondering where you or she stood on a variety of topics. During early segments of her life she took pleasure in sports, particularly basketball, and was often seen as the best dancer on the dance floor. In addition, her caregiving and support for those facing end of life provided a source of strength and acceptance. Her eighteen months as the in-home caretaker for her mother set a standard to be greatly admired. Stevie is survived by her siblings; her sister-in-law Margie Hathaway Kensil; her cousins Pat Good, Betsy Kulesa, Vince Kensil, Joe Kensil; and her lifetime friend, Paddy Porter Troupe. She was fortified in her illness by the love and succor provided by her sister-in-law and her cousin Pat. Additionally, close friends Pat Carrillo, Sherry Green, and Connie Schoonmaker gave much of themselves, their time, and tenderness to help Stevie face her life's crisis. As Stephanie wished, her cremated remains will be removed to Virginia for interment next to her parents in All Saints Catholic Cemetery. A memorial service is planned for a later date. For those contemplating flowers, a donation in Stephanie's name to a no-kill animal shelter would be welcome. Condolences may be registered at BWFosterFuneralHome.com .
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