Stephanie L. Woodring

August 01, 1961 ‒ February 22, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Stephanie L. Woodring, age 58, of Mount Vernon, Ohio, passed away on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at the Wexner Ohio State Medical Center.  She was born on August 1, 1961 in Mount Vernon, Ohio the daughter of Floyd and Marjorie (Henderson) Murphy Sr.

Stephanie loved and lived life to the fullest.  She was a proud grandma, super friend and never met a stranger.  Her laughter, smile and heart was bigger than life.  She was most proud of her  25 plus year career at Country Court Nursing Center as a dietary supervisor.  Stephanie will be missed dearly and now has her angel wings.

She is survived by her son Eric Woodring of Mount Vernon; two granddaughters and two brothers, Floyd (Sharon) Murphy Jr. of Mount Vernon and Chris (Lori) Murphy of Ashland; and her dear friend Bill.

Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Roger Woodring; and a daughter, Carrie Wilson and a brother, Dean Murphy.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Autism Center.

The family will observe a private service at a later date.  The Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Stephanie L. Woodring.

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  • To the Murphy family and Eric;
    So sorry to hear of Stephanie’s passing.
    May God’s peace rest upon all of you.
    You are in our prayers!

    Ed and Nora Frazee

  • I just realized who this was. We grew up in the same area. My thoughts are with family and friends. RIP Stephanie. Colleen Totman Milligan

  • My dear friend Stephanie. Your passing breaks my heart. Life wasn’t, and hasn’t, always been kind for either of us, but somehow we made it through together. I hope you knew just how much your words, and very presence, comforted me. I know you see where I am now, that I’m in a hospital fighting for my life at this moment, and that the tears I just shed were for you. Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed, your absence will leave a hole in my life, until we meet again. Love, Linda Gardner