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Stephen Michael Brame

July 3, 1953 — March 21, 2024

Saint Louis

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Stephen Michael Brame has left a profound impact on all who were fortunate enough to know him. Born in Saint Louis on July 3, 1953, Stephen passed away peacefully surrounded by his family in Saint Louis County on March 21, 2024.

Stephen was born to the late Omar and Amy nee Setchfield Brame. His family was his anchor, and he shared a special bond with his siblings, Linda (Tony), Bev (John), Kathy (Mark) the late Jeffrey, and Darren. Their laughter echoed through the years, weaving a tapestry of cherished memories. 

As a father, Stephen poured his heart into raising his children and the bond he shared with his son, David (Amber) and daughter, Julie (Derek), who will always be his Sugar Plum, remained unbreakable throughout his life and they will carry forward his spirit and values.  Stephen’s love extended to his grandchildren: Cory, Vinny, Avery, Molly, Samantha, Alyssa, Tyson, and Conner. Their love brightened his days. He was also a cherished uncle and great-uncle will remain so for as long as his memory stays alive. Beyond his immediate family, Stephen’s impact reached far and wide. He leaves behind a network of friends and extended family members who were touched by his kindness, wisdom, and warmth. 


 Stephen led a life filled with diverse experiences and unwavering passion. From his days in the Air Force, where he fearlessly hung out of B52 Bomber planes with pride and dedication to serving his country, to his transition into a career as a welder and later as a compassionate registered nurse, Stephen's dedication to helping others shone brightly.
 

Stephen’s heart was as vast as the skies he once soared through. As a welder and a compassionate registered nurse, he extended his helping hand to those in need. His love for people knew no bounds, and he had a special affinity for animals. When Maggie needed a home Stephen welcomed her with open arms. She had 10 adorable puppies and Silly, one of Maggie’s pups, became his loyal companion. A man of many talents, Stephen’s creative genius shone brightly. He strummed melodies on his guitar, weaving emotions into music. His soul resonated with every note, and his musical gift touched the hearts of those who listened. One of Stephen's proudest accomplishments is holding the record for the biggest Northern Pike ever caught at Ceno Lake-- a whopping 15 pounds! Additionally, owning a Harley Davidson symbolized his spirit of freedom and adventure.

In this time of reflection, let us honor Stephen’s memory by embracing the love he shared, the lessons he taught, and the joy he brought into our lives. May his spirit continue to guide us, reminding us to cherish every moment and hold our loved ones close.


 The services honoring Stephen Michael Brame's life will take place at John L. Ziegenhein and Sons Funeral Homes - South City Chapel in St. Louis on March 25 from 4-8pm. The next day we will meet for a prayer at 10:30 before proceeding to Interment at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. His spirit will continue to resonate in the hearts of his loved ones he was truly a man whose kindness knew no bounds and whose love touched many lives in profound ways.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated to Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that assists veterans with PTSD and other health issues.
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Visitation

Monday, March 25, 2024

4:00 - 8:00 pm (Central time)

John L. Ziegenhein and Sons Funeral Homes - South City Chapel

7027 Gravois Ave, St. Louis, MO 63116

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Prayer Service

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Starts at 10:30 am (Central time)

John L. Ziegenhein and Sons Funeral Homes - South City Chapel

7027 Gravois Ave, St. Louis, MO 63116

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Interment

Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Starts at 11:30 am (Central time)

Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

2900 Sheridan Rd, St. Louis, MO 63125

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