Kevin Kent Stephens, artist, father, and friend, left this world on New Year’s Day, 2007. He is survived by his devoted wife, Tracy Holbrook Stephens, their magical daughter, Karma Delilah, age 3 & 7/12 ths and Kevin's two brothers, Scott and Phillip Stephens. Flowers are always appreciated and friends of the family are invited to celebrate Kevin’s afterlife at 2 PM this Saturday, Jan. 6th at 239 Windsor, San Antonio, TX 78228. Karma is love! To leave a note for the family, go to meadowlawn.net and select Obituaries.

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  1. Our love and thoughts to Tracy, Karma, family, and friends of Kevin. Warmest Regards, Michael, Michelle, and Roxane Shuler

  2. The Love and Light that is Kevin, will always be with me, embedded in my heart and memories and he will live on thru all the glorious, fun, creative and loving memories that he has left with all of us!!!!! Karma is love!! And Traci and Kevin’s eternal light!!! My heart is with you all. Love, Sarah, Zack and Neil

  3. Dearest Tracy and Precious Karma, I was so blessed in the short time I knew your Kevin/Daddy. What a joy he brought to all of us at the Circle School… especially to the children. He will be truly missed but we have the beautiful paper towel dispenser that he painted for us as a daily reminder of the bright Light that he was. He loved you both so much as he told me and we will feel him close at the school for some time to come I am sure. Much love and prayers for your strength, healing and eventual joy. I carry you all in my heart. Big Hugs, Miss Barbie

  4. We love you Tracy and Karma! You are both the sweetest girls and Randy, Lula and I want you to know how much we are all going to miss Kevin and want to send you peace and love to get through these difficult days. Please know that we are here for you and that you are in are hearts.

  5. Kevin was a great man with talent that far exceeded anything I had ever known. He was my friend and mentor and helped me with my resin casting. Something that he was a true master of. Sadly, I have not had contact with Kevin for several years now, but just yesterday, I was telling a friend about how talented Kevin was and how I had learned everything that I know from him being kind enough to share his knowledge with me. The man was a true artist in every respect. I have met a lot of people in my life but very few as nice a person as Kevin was. He was a very unique person and would do things that others might think were a little out of the ordinary but thats what made him who he was and I thought that was pretty cool! You will be missed buddy!, keep up that awesome work and i’ll find you when I get there……

  6. When I remember Kevin, I will always see his radiant smile. Sadly, our bodies are temporary.Thankfully, THE SOUL IS CONSTANT.

  7. I truly enjoyed the good humor and nature of my “nephew-in-law.” The times that we were together were special times – filled with imagination, and laughter and good humor. I will miss him for the rest of my days.

  8. Kevin- for you a Big Red, three tacos and some 13 Floor Elevators “You’re Gonna Miss Me.” We already do. I enjoyed working behind the bar with you at the Beethoven. Thank you for being such a great friend and treating me like part of the family. We will all do our best to remind Karma what an awesome father you were, and I am happy that you have left a legacy here around town that we can all go to to remind ourselves how our friend was a true craftsman. I wish I knew you in your salad days, you always had the most amazing stories and dirtiest jokes. Kevin thank you for laying out an example of how to live a good life. If I ever become a father, I would like to be as loving and attentive as you were (you would have laughed at my typo but I corrected it, extra s after as, didn’t read to well). Thank you for snapping me out of my shell when I was on the outs and thank you for throwing us all a kickin’ party that I’m about to leave for in a few minutes. With love- Young John

  9. Tracy and Karma, My heartfelt condolences. Kevin was indeed one of a kind, and I’m proud to have called him friend. I will miss him. Kevin, it’s still a “wiggly world” Bud.

  10. Tracy, I would like to extend to you and your entire family my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of Kevin. I just saw the both of you and Your beautiful daughter @ the pumpkin path @ the circle school and your family radiated love, as you always have. You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Your Friend, Bell Solloa

  11. Tracy & Karma, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of my San Antonio cousin & not getting in touch since the 70’s. It sounds like he had a great artistic talent & will be missed by many. Tracy, may God be w/ you & Karma during this time of mourning, but remember that we are only on this earth for a short time while Eternity awaits our arrival back home. God’s blessings to those who remain behind. Love, Cousin Karen

  12. Tracy and family, I am so sorry for your terrible loss. I didn’t really know Kevin very well but have always considered you guys cool locals. It was always great running into you at Paesanos and shows. I am so terribly sad for your precious Karma. You are all in my prayers and i am just feeling for you so much. Much love – laura

  13. Tracy, I am so very sorry to hear of your & Karma’s loss. I haven’t seen you sence shortly after her birth, but both you & Kevin always were a part of very special memories for me. A lot of my memories of Saturdays were filled with yours and Kevins smiles and laughter and the love you shared and how happy you both were about Karma.

  14. Dear Tracy and Karma, I have wept and prayed for you all week. Little Katy asks about Karma and wants to see her again soon. So do I. My deepest condolences go out to you with much love. Kitty

  15. Dearest Tracy, My heart is so sad for your loss,But I do know the people we love and have gone are always with us …”Just only out of our limited sight” The gift of Kevin we will carry with us forever. Love, Pati

  16. I can’t tell you how many times Kevin made me laugh, made me think, inspired me…We had some great times. He was an artistic genius with a big heart, and truly a one-of-a-kind dude.

  17. Our most heartfelt condolences. We are so sorry for your loss and you’re in our prayers. Your friends at Rolando’s on Hildebrand

  18. I have just learned of Kevins death, I new Kevin from 6th-12th grade. He was always making me laugh and was such a good friend! I am so sorry to hear about your loss, you and your family are in my prayers at this time.

  19. Dear Tracy: we’re so, so sorry to hear about Kevin, and apologize for just writing now. Jacqui found out only a few days ago, and it took us till now to track down this website and your address. Our deepest regrets, and much love.. George & Jocelyn Fenton

  20. Hey babe. Years later it still hurts that you’re gone but I hope you’re watching our daughter grow up somehow. I wish every day you were here, but understand that everyone has their own end. Love you forever!

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