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Stephen Joseph Elam Sexton
  • January 26, 1973
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  • April 03, 2010

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 Stephen J. “Elam” Sexton, 37, died Saturday April 3, 2010.  Stephen was born January 26, 1973 in Miami, FL.  He grew up in South Florida.  He was funny, adventurous, outgoing, enthusiastic, and talented. He enjoyed food and loved to cook.  Stephen loved the outdoors, going new places and trying new things.  He had no fear.  He was courageous, charismatic and hopeful, full of faith and love.  He was extremely smart, and very strong, not to mention very handsome! His smile and laughter would light up the room. He will be missed by so many people that love him.  Stephen relocated to Edgewater to be near his mother and family.  He is survived by his 18 month old son, Adian T. Hernandez; by his loving mother and step-father, Diane and Randy Killian of Edgewater; his Father and step-mother, George and Elaine Elam; his two sisters, Sherri Deliz and Stacy Sexton;  his step-sisters; Heather Tedder, Deirdre, Erin, Megan, Shannon, and Tara.     In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions be made to Fresh Start Ministries, 4436 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804. 1:00 PM at Edgewater Alliance 310 North Ridgewood Avenue Edgewater, Fl 32132 on April 10, 2010 (map/driving directions)

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  1. 29 Apr 2010
    Nana says:
    Stephen died as he lived - full of lies and deceit and running away from his responsiblity as a father. He was a sinner and did not truly accept the Lord Jesus Christ in his heart. A good man? No - he did everything he possibly could to deny his only son; never once sending one single penny for support. He will burn in hell for all eternity for his sins and the heartache he caused to so many.

  2. 09 Apr 2010
    Alyssa Chandler says:
    Stephen and I met at work and he was one the kindest and most sincerest person I have met.He was like a brother to me.I will miss him dearly.I believe he is in peace now.Your right he always lit up the room! We are never "over" a significant loss.We learn to live with the vacancy and create a new meaningfulness. "At first I was preoccupied with how he died.Then for a long time I focused on that he died.Now I'm remembering more vividly that he lived." My deepest sympathy to the family. Alyssa

  3. 08 Apr 2010
    Frank & Dee Sforza says:
    It is with our deepest heart felt sympathy that we join with you in your sorrow.
    A mother and father hold their children' s hands for a while...... their hearts forever.

    All Our Love,
    Frank & Dee Sforza

  4. 08 Apr 2010
    Gary Guise says:
    Dear George,

    I'm so sorry for your loss. My Oldest Son is only two years younger than Stephen and I can only imagine how I would feel if he was gone. It sounds like he had a wonderful life during the short time he was with you and you have his child to watch grow. I just found out I'm to be a Grand Pa for the first time in October. I will miss the service as I'm on a two month trip around the US and currently in San Antonio, TX.

    My deepest condolences,

    Gary

  5. 07 Apr 2010
    Diane Pittman says:
    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.
    With Love in Jesus,
    Paul, Diane, Ashley, Chelsey & Russell Pittman
    Brittney & Ryan Cassidy

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