Phoebe I. Stien

Phoebe I. Stien

July 07, 1925 - March 19, 2007

Phoebe I. Stien

July 07, 1925 - March 19, 2007


Stien, Phoebe I., 81, of Irvine, California, passed away March 19th, 2007. She was born in Thief River Falls, MN July 7th, 1925. She graduated from Edison High in Northeast Minneapolis and married a Marine Corps aviator in Pensacola, FL in 1943. For the past 15 years she was a volunteer at the Irvine Regional Hospital and had 2, 436 hours of volunteer service. Phoebe was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Laurence J. Stien, and her grandson Justin L. Comstock, of Ohio. She is survived by her daughters, Paige Destein and Lynn Comstock and three grandchildren Jason, Josh and Maggie Destein. After the death of her husband in 1998 Phoebe was fortunate enough to reunite with a former high school classmate, Kermit Stahl, of Sunnyvale, CA. They happily shared the last 7 years together. Visitation Service Friday, 9:00am ~ 10:00am. Funeral Service Friday, 10:00am O?Connor Mortuary Chapel, Laguna Hills CA. Private interment at Riverside National Cemetery. Send condolences to the family at
Phoebe was an awesome wife, mother, grandmother and friend and will be deeply missed by us all.

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10 responses to Phoebe I. Stien

  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Phoebe Stien

  2. Dear Paige and Lynn,

    So sorry about your Mom. I’ll always remember the time we came to visit you in Norfolk and what a good visit we had along with other family get togethers we shared. I am praying for you.



  3. Lynn and Paige,
    Our deepest sympathies for your loss.

  4. Paige:
    Please know that you and your family have our heart felt sympathy at this time:

    Louis and Myrna Brown

  5. Lynne and Paige,

    The hearts and prayers of the entire Ray family go out to you. Phoebe and Larry were very special people and you can be assured that God has reunited them both in heaven.
    God bless and keep you both.

    Vic and Diane Ray

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