Stephen T. Ferry

Stephen T. Ferry died peacefully November 28, 2023, in Oviedo, FL. at the age of 70 after a long illness.

Stephen was born August 24, 1953, in Munich German predeceased by his parents Theodore and Irene Ferry, Stephen is survived by his wife of nearly 24 years, Maria (née Vida Battung) of Oviedo FL; stepdaughter Ira and husband Stephen Broome with their children Amara and Ava; stepdaughter Pauline Golder and fiancé Vince Vesser and her son Riley; Stephen’s sisters Susan Ferry, Karin Szypszak, and Kristina Ferry; nieces Karisa and Lara; grandnieces Kaylie and Madison; his sister-in-law Dr. Ma Magnolia B. Reyes.

Raised in a military family, Stephen lived in various locations between Germany, Alabama, Kansas, California, Washington until his final years in Florida. Steve graduated from Newbury Park High School (CA) class of 1971, and finished college with a degree in business. Steve went on to become widely reputable in the executive recruiting industry. He started his own business in Thousand Oaks, CA, continuing as an awarded recruiter in Bellevue, WA, ending his final career days as a private consultant out of Oviedo, FL.

He was a professional photographer and briefly served in the U.S. Navy. Stephen had a lifetime love for autos and vintage motorcycles with some collecting of his own through the years. Remembering his love of humor and sushi will keep those that knew him smiling. He will be forever missed.

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