In Memory

Stephen Bacon

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07/07/13 07:43 PM #1    

William Yeager

Steve was a very nice kid. He never had a cross word to say about anyone. Very pleasant to be around in school. He was one of the bigger kids, he could have been a bully and gotten what he wanted but he wasn't. He must have come from a great family.

I haven't thought of him in years but I have never forgotten how nice a person he always was to me.

He lived by example and I wish I was just half as good a person as he was to his fellow students..If you were lucky enough to know him you would be a better person because of his "Get along with everybody, in every situation" personality.

I am sad to hear this news.

05/14/20 08:42 AM #2    

Deborah Kai Smith

Mr. Stephen Roger Bacon, 45, of Gaithersburg, died Sunday, May 25, at Casey House Hospice, Rockville, following a courageous battle with cancer. He was the husband of Myra Burgee Bacon, his wife of 13 years. Born July 8, 1962, at Andrews Air Force Base in Suitland, he was the son of Stephen S. Bacon of Crofton and Wilma J. Keely of St. Leonard. He was employed as an estimator and planner at the printing company E.U. Services in Rockville. Stephen was a volunteer fire fighter from age 15 to 21. He loved watching and playing hockey, football and baseball. He was even a member of an adult hockey league. Another of his great pleasures was spending time with his family and friends. Surviving besides his wife, Myra, are his two daughters, Heather and Jenna, both at home. His father, Stephen S. Bacon and Jo Ann Kentrus of Crofton; mother, Wilma J. Keely and husband, Richard T. Keely of St. Leonard; three sisters, Diana Lynn Ciprich of Owins, Kelly Jo Gygax of Bowie and Carolyn Sue Hutchins of Prince Frederick; mother-in-law, Rebecca Burgee of Frederick and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, May 28, at Molesworth-Williams, P.A., Funeral Home, 26401 Ridge Road, Damascus. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 29, at Damascus United Methodist Church, 9700 New Church St., Damascus, MD 20872, with Rev. Walter Edmonds, his pastor, officiating. Entombment will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions for his two daughters, Heather and Jenna, made to the Stephen R. Bacon Memorial Fund, Care of Chevy Chase Bank, 26001 Ridge Road, Damascus, MD 20872. Published in The Frederick News-Post on May 27, 2008.

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