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Wendy L. Stein
Wendy L. Stein, beloved daughter, sister, and aunt passed suddenly on May 5, 2011. Wendy was born in Caro, Michigan on August 25, 1965. Following graduation from Tooele High School, in 1983, Wendy proudly served in the U.S. Army for 9 years, achieving many military accommodation medals and serving in military intelligence. Upon leaving the Army, she returned to Georgia and started her career in law enforcement. First, working for Bartow County as the first female Deputy and taking upon part time police duties in Emerson, Georgia; then graduating from the Georgia State Patrol and becoming Emerson Georgia’s Chief of Police. Wendy’s love for children, led her to the profession of helping troubled youth; initially, working as counselor for troubled teens then as the Director of Training in Hawthorne, Nevada. Wendy always excelled academically; first, earning her Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice and Public Services from Kennesaw State University, then more recently her Masters in Human Resource Development from Clemson University. Wendy’s greatest love was her two four-legged children Weezer and Tipper, along with her family and many friends. Wendy was the happiest when she was outdoors either on the river or lake fishing, kicking back by a campfire laughing and sharing memories, or teeing off on the greens. Wendy is survived by her parents, Gerald (Cecilia) Stein of Warren, Michigan, and her step-father Emory Stephens of Trion, Georgia, brother Jerry (Tina) Stein, sister Stephanie Lee (Brian) of Grantsville, Utah, Roxanne Stein of Harrison Township, Michigan. Nieces and nephews, Shayla Simpson, Cody Stein, Brittany Simpson, Brandon Stein, Jerod Stein, Victoria Lee, Trenton Lee, ,Krystal Osinsk, Heather Kopec, Jessica Plato and Joe Evans-Stein and one great-niece Amerah Simpson. Wendy is preceded in death by her mother and closest friend Yvonne Robinson Stephens.
Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist Church in Grantsville located at 235 W Main on Wednesday, May 11th at 1:00 pm. A viewing will be held prior to services at the same location from 11:00 to 1:00. Services entrusted with Didericksen Memorial 435-277-0050.
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