Tyrone “Bone” Stephens Sr.

September 13, 1972 ‒ August 27, 2017

Lewis Center, Ohio

Tyrone Vaughn “Bone” Stephens Sr., 44, of Lewis Center, Ohio, died unexpectedly Sunday, August 27, 2017.

He was born in York, Alabama on September 13, 1972.

Bone enjoyed gardening, helping the elderly with odd jobs and cheering on his beloved Alabama Crimson Tide.

He leaves behind his wife, Regina; children, Londyn, Tyrone Jr., and Ty’Anna along with several brothers, sisters, cousins, and extended family and friends, both in Ohio and Alabama; special mother figure, Cleopatra “Miss Pat” Huggard of New Albany.

A small intimate gathering to celebrate his life will be held on Friday, September 8, 2017 from 5 – 7 pm at the Snyder Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive (formerly 1510 W. William St.), Delaware, OH.

A formal memorial service and inurnment of his ashes will take place in York, Alabama, at a later date and time.

The Snyder Rodman Funeral Center is honored to serve the Stephens family.

To share a fond memory of Bone or to offer a condolence to his family, please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • Tyrone was a close friend of ours. I will never forget how his smile lit up a room and his laugh was just huge! He would take his shirt off his back for anybody. I loved how he would tell stories about his little girl. He was so dramatic about it and would have us laughing. He will truly be missed. Sending hugs and prayers to his family during this time.

  • My Condolences to The Family! Tyrone was my classmate in school in York Al. & It was such a pleasure to no him & Tyrone truly will be missed! I am Praying for Strength for The Family right now.. knowing that GOD Can & Will BRING YOU THRU!

  • It’s hard to believe it’s already been a week. It hasn’t been the same without you to wave hi to and to bump into you walking around the block and catching up with how everything is going.Almost everyday we would see you outback always tinkering around with something.Our heart’s are at a loss.You were a great neighbor and you’re deeply missed.I also would like to wish all your family and friends our heart felt sympathy at this extremely difficult time.RIH Tyronne

  • Bone and Regina opened their home for my son and I when I was transitioning from Columbus to Texas. He is a very spirited person with lots of stories and always wanted to help in any way he could. I am so sorry to his family and I will be here any way that I can. Love you guys!

  • Bone and Regina opened their home for my son and I when I was transitioning from Columbus to Texas. He is a very spirited person with lots of stories and always wanted to help in any way he could. I am so sorry to his family and I will be here any way that I can. Love you guys!

  • Tyrone was my brother’s uncle; we are close in age and were close as we grew up in York, like family. We get older, we moved, and became more distant. This news is hard to adjust too. Close family and friends are grieving and I empathize with this unimaginable thought. I honestly feel bad and sad that I hadn’t reached out lately.
    We should keep in touch with the ones we love and cherish; give the flowers while they are here.

    With deepest sympathy!

    Tarik and Felicia

  • Praying for Strength, Peace and Healing as our Family and Friends prepare to attend the Memorial Services for Tyrone Stephens 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 “Bone” Your life and your laughter have left a lasting impression in our thoughts and hearts 💞 You are missed dearly. Rest Easy in Paradise until we meet again cousin. Love you always 😘❤️

    With Deepest Sympathy
    LaTonia and Roy Willingham & Family

  • My sympathy goes out to all the Family and close Friends, especially his siblings tou all are in my prayers daily only Gods knows your Strenght stay strong and encourage each other ALWAYS!!! God bless you All (Kemo)

  • Wow bro. It seem like yesterday we laughed said I love you and said see u later and alright now. Never good bye. I remember the last call you made to me, I woke to a missed call called you back and left a message. The talks we use to have were ones of men with a connection with the lord, I just don’t understand my brother my friend. Iron sharpens iron we tried to be iron for one another. I just don’t understand I didn’t see or hear from you for about two weeks it wasn’t normal I wonder what you had to say on that day I missed your call. For 6 months you pick me up for work and dropped me off chilling after work hanging out with me my wife and children they fell in love with you. The only man I trusted with my family, I just don’t understand. I wish I could have picked up the phone that day bone man… So I can understand love you and will miss you always bro