Stephen D. Roberts

Stephen D. Roberts, 47, of Hazen, Arkansas went to be with Lord on November 16, 2022 surrounded by his loving family after battling a long illness. Stephen was born to Rick Roberts and JanetKing on June 18, 1975. He grew up in De Valls Bluff, Arkansas where he attended and graduated high school. While in school, he played baseball and was a member of the FFA. After graduation, he went on to join the Navy. After leaving the Navy, Stephen moved to New York where he worked for Saulsbury building fire trucks and was a member of the local fire department that he enjoyed tremendously. Stephen relocated back to Arkansas, where he worked for Producers in maintenance and was currently working on his apprenticeship as an electrician. Stephen had a strong faith in the Lord and maintained a positive outlook throughout his illness. He had an enduring love for his family, wife, children, and grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents. He is survived by his loving wife, Lynn; daughters, Jordon of Camden, New York, Bella of Hazen, Ar., Ariel of Beebe, Ar.,and step-daughters, Sidney (Payton) Talent of Stuttgart and Taylor Barron of Stuttgart; his father, Rick Roberts and wife, Glenda; mother, Janet King and husband, Keith; sister, Cindy and husband, Ivan; brother, Kirk and wife, Lauren, nieces, nephews, and three grandchildren whom all loved his dearly.

There will be a celebration of life at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Tollville, Ar. On Saturday, November 26, 2022 at 11:00 a.m.. All are welcome to come and join the family in the celebration of life for Stephen.

6 thoughts on “Stephen D. Roberts”

  1. From The Cincinnatus Fire Department we are sorry for your loss. We pray for comfort during this difficult time

  2. I had the pleasure of watching Stephen grow up in the Episcopal Church. I always thought a lot of him. I know he will be missed be everyone that was touched by him. Gods speed my Brother in Christ.

  3. I have known Stephen for many years. He was always a polite kind person and I cared very much for him. It breaks my heart that he had to leave so young. Saying goodbye and I will see you again. Love Peggy Murphy

  4. He was a sweet young man and was part of St Peter’s youth for many years with my daughters. Hugs and prayers to his family and friends.

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