Obituary photo of Stephanie Ervin, Junction City-KS
In Loving Memory of

Stephanie Ervin

1980 - 2022
Obituary photo of Stephanie Ervin, Junction City-KS
In Loving Memory of

Stephanie Ervin

1980 - 2022

Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Service:
Private Service
Johnson Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
203 North Washington
Junction City, KS  66441
785-762-3131
Visitation:
Private Visitation
Johnson Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
203 North Washington
Junction City, KS  66441
785-762-3131
Stephanie was the typical youngest sibling. She earned the nickname "Bitty," because she was an itty bitty girl, quite small for her age for a long time. However, she had a very large personality. She was very sweet, outgoing, and hilarious, but she also had a very mischievous side that often got her in trouble. School was definitely too confining for her and constantly bucked the norm. Hard work was also not her strength. She would do the bare minimum to get by and stay out of trouble. She struggled in early adulthood, but buckled down and earned her LPN and went to work right away in Hot Springs, AR at the Hot Springs Medical Center. Though she drifted along a few times, she always found her way back home to her mother to try and regain her strength and focus. She had a big heart for everyone she loved. She loved giving gifts, and sending cards. Stephanie would drop what she was doing to help anyone in need if she had the means to do so.

Stephanie was a devoted mother, wife, and friend. Stephanie was married to Blake Ervin August 9th 2009. Blake and Stephanie’s love was unconditional; as all marriages they weathered some storms together and stood tall despite the winds of change. Together Blake and Stephanie have two precious boys; NB is 6 years old and Eamon is 16 months old. She loved her children fiercely and they made up her entire world. She was always showing pictures of her children and bragging about their milestones. There are not enough words to describe her undying love for them. Blake and her beautiful boys always came first in her eyes. Blake and Stephanie affectionately called each other mamacats and sweetness. Her love for her family will never die.
Stephanie “Steph” was a nurse at Hillsboro Community Hospital. Stephanie was more than a nurse she was a part of the HCH family. Stephanie was a compassionate, selfless, and a dedicated nurse. Stephanie’s coworkers say she never knew a stranger; she would help anyone in need and give them the shirt off her back. She gave the best hugs to her coworkers and friends. Even if she was having a bad night she would be there for others and put her worries aside. Stephanie’s patients always adored her and she gave them outstanding care. Steph truly was the sunshine on the night shift.

Stephanie was a beloved member of the Circle A Club. Stephanie was a beautiful soul who always welcomed and got to know others. She had a talent for giving meaningful compliments. Stephanie will always be remembered for giving thoughtful gifts and putting others first.


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Stephanie was the typical youngest sibling. She earned the nickname "Bitty," because she was an itty bitty girl, quite small for her age for a long time. However, she had a very large personality. She was very sweet, outgoing, and hilarious, but she also had a very mischievous side that often got her in trouble. School was definitely too confining for her and constantly bucked the norm. Hard work was also not her strength. She would do the bare minimum to get by and stay out of trouble. She struggled in early adulthood, but buckled down and earned her LPN and went to work right away in Hot Springs, AR at the Hot Springs Medical Center. Though she drifted along a few times, she always found her way back home to her mother to try and regain her strength and focus. She had a big heart for everyone she loved. She loved giving gifts, and sending cards. Stephanie would drop what she was doing to help anyone in need if she had the means to do so.

Stephanie was a devoted mother, wife, and friend. Stephanie was married to Blake Ervin August 9th 2009. Blake and Stephanie’s love was unconditional; as all marriages they weathered some storms together and stood tall despite the winds of change. Together Blake and Stephanie have two precious boys; NB is 6 years old and Eamon is 16 months old. She loved her children fiercely and they made up her entire world. She was always showing pictures of her children and bragging about their milestones. There are not enough words to describe her undying love for them. Blake and her beautiful boys always came first in her eyes. Blake and Stephanie affectionately called each other mamacats and sweetness. Her love for her family will never die.
Stephanie “Steph” was a nurse at Hillsboro Community Hospital. Stephanie was more than a nurse she was a part of the HCH family. Stephanie was a compassionate, selfless, and a dedicated nurse. Stephanie’s coworkers say she never knew a stranger; she would help anyone in need and give them the shirt off her back. She gave the best hugs to her coworkers and friends. Even if she was having a bad night she would be there for others and put her worries aside. Stephanie’s patients always adored her and she gave them outstanding care. Steph truly was the sunshine on the night shift.

Stephanie was a beloved member of the Circle A Club. Stephanie was a beautiful soul who always welcomed and got to know others. She had a talent for giving meaningful compliments. Stephanie will always be remembered for giving thoughtful gifts and putting others first.


To leave a message for the family, please select the "Share Memories" button above.

Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Service:
Private Service
Johnson Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
203 North Washington
Junction City, KS  66441
785-762-3131
Visitation:
Private Visitation
Johnson Cremations, Funerals & Receptions
203 North Washington
Junction City, KS  66441
785-762-3131

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