We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.
Dear Mike, You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Warmest regards, Derrick Artis
Stephanie Elizabeth Sellers, 57, passed peacefully on April 12th at her home. She is survived by her husband; Dr. Michael Sellers, daughter Amber Tabone (Eric Tabone) and son Matthew Sellers. Her mother; Patricia Anderson, brothers; Donald, Mark and Charles Anderson and sister; Sarah Marcus. Stephanie touched our hearts in many ways with her beautiful smile and forgiving heart. Her children learned how to give their hearts fully from her and her family, friends and community knew her unselfish caring dedication to making the world a better place. We will Celebrate her life on Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 3:00 PM, at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 2450 E Ft. Lowell Rd. All family and friends are welcome to help honor Stephanie’s life. Go to: www.respectance.com/Stephanie_Sellers for more details and share your memories. In lieu of flowers, please donate to one of Stephanie’s favorite charities: Optometry Giving - www.givingsight.org; American Cancer Society - www.cancer.org/involved/donate; Northminster Presbyterian Church - www.npctucson.org; Southern Calfornia College of Optometry - www.scco.edu/giving Some people leave this earth without a trace...Stephanie left a Legacy!
You came to visit me in San Diego when we were both 5months pregnant with our second child. Belly to belly we laughed as only hormonal preggies do... then our sons were born but a week apart! I am grateful I came to see & help as I could in Feb 2010 before moving to Central Valley. I last saw you as laughing as you pulled off your wig, laughing when the shelf fell the day before the guy showed up to repair it, laughing at death that coming too soon. Your faith was strong & inspiring. Your love of your family so central. As your friend, I have been enriched sharing life with you. Thank you for being such a light, for making such a beautiful life with Michael, for blessing the Earth with two beautiful souls that carry your laughter & light.
My friend....I already miss you! So many memories. Meeting each morning and afternoon at the bus stop on Wimbledon Way, pizza at Sabarro's before taking boys to hockey practice at TCC, sooo many hockey trips and tournaments. See you and your family at Jim's wedding, then being able to see you all at Amber's wedding. Our families are truly intertwined with memories. Love you all!