Steven Doyle Stoker, 55, of Canyon, Texas passed away peacefully on July 10th, 2022 surrounded
by loved ones.
Steven’s Memorial Service will be held Saturday, July 23rd, 2022 at
5301 Melissa Rd, Canyon, TX 79015 at 2:00 P.M.
Steve was a kind and loving husband to his late wife, Mary Stoker, an amazing father to his
children, but most of all he was the best pawpaw “woowoo” to his grandchildren. He enjoyed
spending time with his family and grandkids, but most of all loved traveling and sightseeing
with his wife and their dog, Chip.
Steve was born to Wayne; Mary C. Stoker on June 13th , 1967 in Kansas City, MO. Soon after
the family moved to Garland, TX where they raised Steve along with his 3 brothers, Allen,
Bradley; Jeffrey. Steve wasn’t so fond of the city life and made his way to the panhandle
where he found his beautiful wife, Mary. Together they lived in happiness, amongst family and
He is preceded in death by his wife Mary Stoker, his father Wayne Stoker, his brother Jeffrey
Stoker; son Gary Dosher.
Steve is survived by his mother Mary C. Stoker. His daughters, Melia Stoker, Heather Valerio;
husband, Russell, Jennifer Parr; husband, Zach. His sons Kevin Dosher; wife, Tiffany, Cole
Mask; wife, Tacie, Adam Welch; wife, Dawn. His grandchildren, Cameron, Zayn, Alexis, Elijah; wife Christina, Donovan, Anthony, Katlyn, Justin, Karie, Taylor, Tori, Kinsley, Bentley, Aaliyah,
Jaylynn, Lua, Malahki, Laylani, Jeremiah, Jerimiah, D’marius, Shawdae, Jaydn. Great
grandchild, Ismael. His brothers, Allen Stoker Jr., Bradley Stoker, wife Anita, and his nephew
We miss and love you so very much. No more pain no more heartache you are home now. Give momma a big hug and kiss from us and someday we will all be together again. Rest easy and and take care of those brand spaankin new wings❤️
Loosing you had to be the hardest thing this weary heart could take. I love you so much thank you for being the best grandpa I’ve ever had! I remember sitting in the house and we cried and laughed at the memories that broke us the most. I knew We both just wanted a rewind button. Go back to hearing the voices we loved to hear, the laughter that was spread through a room, and comfort knowing every moment was the best, I wish I had that button. Sadly I don’t have that but I do have something I will always remember y’all by
“To honor you, I get up every day and take a breath. And start another
day without you in it.
To honor you. I laugh and love with those who knew your smile and the
way your eyes twinkled with mischief and secret knowledge.
To honor you, I take the time to appreciate everyone I love; I know
there is no guarantee of days or hours spent in their presence.
To honor you, I listen to music you would have liked, and sing at the top
of my lungs, with the windows rolled down.
To honor you, I take chances, say what I feel, hold nothing back, risk
making a fool of myself, dance every dance.”
Every day without you in it breaks my heart, but to honor you I will always make sure your memory stays alive with so many others I love. I miss you guys up there I would die to be apart of the party up there, but for now I’ll honor you.
I love you thank you for giving this pain meaning
Steven was loved so much by so many. He had a magnetism to his personality that drew people in. He will be greatly missed. Heartfelt condolences are sent to the Stoker family.