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Stephen Ray Brooks

Birth Date: November 27, 1951
Death Date: August 3, 2011

Stephen was born on November 27, 1951 and passed away on Wednesday, August 3, 2011.Stephen was a resident of Carmichael, California.

Arrangements are incomplete at this time. Service details will be posted as soon as they become available.
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  4. I was very saddened to hear of Steven's passing. He has been instrumental in my recovery and spiritual development. He and I were neighbors for several years and he would leave me "presents" on my door step; Just little things, always bringing a smile to my face. I would attempt leaving him trinkes in return. That was harder seeing his door was ALWAYS open and he'd catch me (I'm laughing out loud right now). The last time I saw Steven he said, "Remember when we lived at the apartments?" I said, "Of course I do". He said, "Those were the good days, I wish someone would have told me then that those were the "good days", I would have paid closer attention." It sounds so simple yet it made a profound impact on me. I think of that conversation often! I will miss his smiles, and shares, his hugs and stories. He was a great story teller, an art form not everyone has. He was a true gift in my life and I am blessed to be able to call him "My Friend".

  5. I met Stephen B in 1992 and we have had alot of fun times and sad ones. Steven you will always be in my heart. God Bless you my friend

  6. Stephen B. literally saved my life twice! I will be forever grateful for the man he was and gifts he shared with me.

  7. My deapiest sympathy for the family. I have only been in the area for 5 years, but Stephen made such an impact in my life, his the only man that could call me out of my name and I would answer. He would call me Michelle. My God give you a piece that surpases all understanding in the Might Name of Jesus in your time of bereavement.

  8. I was saddened to hear of Stephen's passing – My favorite memory of him is at my first NA convention – I was early in my recovery and came to the convention alone (who knows why!) – he swept me up and took me under his wing, introducing me to people, taking me to the post speaker dance- teaching me the "proper" way to do the "electric slide" – He helped me to feel a part of and have fun, and made the world of difference for me. He continued to add to my recovery, with his easy smile, soft drawl of a voice, and words of encouragement. Though I had lost contact with him these past few years, his memory brings smiles to my face and still reminds me that I can make a differnce – he most certainly did – in the lives of others. My prayers are with you…..Kim F.

  9. We give our condolences to the wife and family of Steven B. We have fond thoughts of Steven B. He was pivotal in our early life of recovery. Steven B. was always willing to be of service to the newcomer (man or woman) without any underlying motive. He just wanted help others and to give back what was so freely given to him. He was a good and honorable man with whom we, both, have a lot of love and respect for. He will be dearly missed. May GOD be with you, the rest of your family, and dear friends during this difficult time.

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