10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

Stephanie Kay Pangaro April 24, 1985 - May 25, 2020

Stephanie Kay Pangaro, 35, of Boise, ID, passed away on May 25 in her home.
Stephanie was born In Houston, TX to Bruce (Cathy) Wozniak (of Kawkawlin, MI) and Kathleen Walker on April 24, 1985. She was attending Boise State University in pursuit of a degree in social work. She married Robert Pangaro on September 26, 2009 in Fort Bragg, NC. She worked as an Academic Interventionist for The Boise School District for 3 years.
Stephanie is preceded in death by her mother Kathleen Walker.
Stephanie is survived by her husband Robert, her children Genevieve and Lochlan, her step-children Gabby, Maddox, and Paige, her sisters Laura Lacy (Daniel), and Casey Wood (Michael), and several nieces and nephews.
In lieu of memorials or flowers please send donations to (Frank Church Outreach Program) as that is where Stephanie’s heart was always at, helping youth that had nowhere to turn.
The family of Stephanie wishes to sincerely thank the Garden City Police Department for the kindness they showed to the family and the compassion they exemplified during such a difficult time.


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    Kristofer Wozniak says

    Where going to miss you stephanie, even though we had not talked it awhile. I remember the great times babysitting me, making me watch the days of are life’s. My mother remembers you coming to stay the night and we would play nintendo. My Mother and I (Kristofer Wozniak) will truly miss you. We love you and know you are in a better place.

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      Paul Contreras says

      We will miss you at Frank Church. A bunch of us got together last Wednesday and released balloons in your honor. You are already so missed.

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    Becky Czmowski says

    I am so sorry for your loss. It came as quite a shock. I knew Stephanie and your family from Park Lodge. My heart goes out to you all and breaks for what you are enduring. I wish there was a way to hit a “redo” button life. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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