Stephen Hollingsworth

Stephen Hollingsworth

August 28th, 2020
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On Friday August 28, 2020, Stephen Phillip Hollingsworth, loving son, brother, uncle and friend passed away at the age of 34 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Stephen was born on December 19, 1985 to his loving parents Debby Sue Felton and Russel Barry Hollingsworth. He was passionate in his love for anything with an engine. From diesel trucks to motorcycles to his final project, his Subaru WRX.

Stephen had an intense love of nature and for anything that would take him outdoors. He was a fisherman and loved to go off roading in his truck. As a teen he loved to go arrow-head hunting and spend time at the hot springs with his mother Debby. Stephen was an artist and always showed creativity in everything that he touched. One of the final things Stephen did was to go skydiving on August 23. Stephen’s smile was contagious, his light and love for life was infectious and he will be deeply missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. His big heart and gentle spirit will never be forgotten. Our love for Stephen is indescribable, it is impossible to put into words his contribution to each of us and the impact that he had on every person he interacted with. Stephen’s memory will live on in all our hearts. In the words of his brother Christopher, “We will honor his life with ours”.

Stephen is survived by his mother Deborah Felton, stepfather David Gonzales, brother Rich Juzwick, sister Amanda (Brian) Galloway, brother Christopher (Cordelia) Hollingsworth, and niece Emma Galloway. He is also survived by his loving aunts, uncles and cousins.

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Hannah Brenner

Posted at 03:15am
I have always said how lucky I am to have a family full of people who I also can call my friends. Stephen was no exception to that. Growing up, my cousins and I spent a lot of time at our grandparents house. It was a second home to all of us. The friendships we formed there were so strong that even to this day, although we don’t see each other as often, I know each and everyone of us holds the same heartfelt closeness to one another. I always felt that Stephen and I were very close (I mean he was my husband when we played was either him or my brother and that just would have been weird). I remember that it always seemed that we’d end up away from the rest of the kids playing and chatting away about something. I’ll never forget the time we ended up in the basement of our grandparents house doing just that. I cant remember how old we were, we had to have been in the 7, 8, 9 range (I am one year older than Stephen). Anyway, we’re chatting away and hanging out and Stephen for some reason in the middle of talking just moved the iron from a stand up position to down as it would be if in use. Little did we know the iron had been left on. Within the hour we smelled smoke, my grandparents scooped us all up and we were outside with fire trucks on their way. Even then, in the middle of a chaotic seen that could have turned out so much worse (the house didn’t burn down, the fire trucks arrived in the nick it time), I remember us having fun, playing around on the stone wall between our grandparent’s driveway and the neighbors house.

Im happy that in our twenties, Stephen and I lived less then a ten minute drive from each other and were able to be together often, and have that childhood first friendship again as “adults”. It was just as easy and as fun as it had ever been.

I am, as I know the rest of you are, completely heartbroken at the loss of you Stephen, and will feel the loss of you-maybe not everyday, but for forever.



Deborah Felton

Posted at 05:26pm
Loosing a child is a lot like giving birth to them.
The pain is unbearable & you think it will kill you…. but it doesn’t
It comes in waves & feels like it will never end…. but it does
It helps to have the support of family around…. but ultimately you must bear the pain alone.
In the end all you are left with this beautiful divine love that you never knew was possible and there are no words to describe.
I thought there would be a gaping hole in my heart after you were gone, but instead it feels more full than I knew it could.
Thank you Stephen for giving me the gift of love eternal -mom

Hannah Brenner Posted at 08:29pm


Chris Stoiber

Posted at 05:02am
You were one of the best friends I could have ever asked for and a great uncle to my daughters. I'm going to miss you showing up and us heading out to places I never knew existed in colorado and all the fishing trips we'd go out on and all the hikes you took me out on just to show me the beautiful views and the water falls that I never even knew Colorado had. Love and miss you

Tara McCann

Posted at 04:00am
We only met a couple of times but I felt as if I knew you my whole life. Chris talked about what an amazing person and best friend you were to him. Face to face I could feel your heart and the love you had for him too. Rest in peace. Fly with the angels and say hello to my momma, I am sure you two will meet many times since she is my guardian angel and now you are Chris'.

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