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Stephen Anthony Mungie's Obituary

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      • Crossroad Baptist Church
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        2574 Westgate Pkwy
        Dothan, AL 36303
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      • Crossroads Baptist Church

      • 2574 Westgate Pkwy
        Dothan, AL 36303

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Stephen Anthony Mungie, a resident of Dothan, passed away on Friday, September 22, 2017 at his residence.  He was 70.

A memorial service will be held at 2 pm on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at Crossroads Baptist Church with Rev. Doug MacCormack officiating.  The family will receive friends at the church on Tuesday from 1-2 pm.

Mr. Mungie was born on January 16, 1947 in Keego Harbour, MI and lived the early years of his life there.  He moved to El Cajon, California where he graduated from high school at El Cajon Valley High School.  Mr. Mungie joined the US Navy and was a Vietnam Veteran having served as a Brown Water Sailor and drove a patrol boat on the river.  He was a recipient of the Purple Heart and was honorably discharged from the Navy and 6 months later joined the US Army, and would serve a total of 22 years until he retired in 1986.  Mr. Mungie was in the medical field during his service in the US Army.  He resided in Colorado Springs, CO for 10 years until moving to Dothan in 2002.  He was a former member of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Colorado Springs, CO and a member of Crossroads Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Brenda Mungie; 2 daughters, Samantha Brick and her fiance, Gregory Lathery and Monica Dawn Phipps; his mother, Alice "Pauline" Mungie; his 3 grandchildren, Petra Michelle Brick and her fiance, Austin Knight, Autumn Nicole Lynne Brick, and Wynter Terre Marie Brick; his sisters, Debbie Dianne (Jim) Walker and Karen Rezler-Collins; his 2 nieces and 2 nephews.

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Petra Michelle Brick

My grandfather , I love you more then you know ! You are the love of my life and you always will be ❤️ My heart is shattered to know that your not with us anymore , but I know that you are perfect now and your running with perfect legs and your praising Jesus , gosh I can’t wait to see you again ! You were my everything ! Still are and I’ll never ever forget my grandpa ! I’ll always be your “stinky pooper” ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Samantha Mungie Brick

Daddy I really do miss you. I miss sitting next to you watching your favorite show on TV Fox news. I never understood why you loved the news so much. You were the best daddy anyone could ever ask for and the best granddaddy to the girls. I thank God I got to spend 46 years of my life with you. I love you. Always your Baby Girl Samantha

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Brenda Mungie

I love you forever and miss you every second. You were sent to me as a blessing from God. Please look over the banister in heaven once in a while and I will try and make you proud. Love of my life my Honey Bear.

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Autumn Nicole Lynn Brick

Grandpa 👴 would always say butt butt butt big fat bubble butt to mommy on the phone 📱 and I would laugh 😆 so hard I miss him so much love you 😍 grandpa 👴 see you in heaven 👼love you all

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Wynter terra Marie Brick

He was the nicest person and I love him so MuchI love you grandpa❤️❤️❤️❤️🐱😇

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Karen S Collins

To my brother Stephen. I have been blessed to have you. I wish we were closer but I know you are happy and free of all the pain and suffering. I love you.....

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Karen S Collins

I was the little sister that wasn't around but in mind and spirit. I would have loved to been able to understand why things were the way they were but only God knows. I will see you again I know. Love you big brother....lil Karen

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Paul Johnson

Very sad news. I met him when I was like 5 years old. RIP Steve.

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Sallie Potts

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband, dad, brother, son, and grandfather. I know that in Steve's younger days he could be a pistol but I'm pretty sure that with age he mellowed out as we all do and I'm sure he's up in Heaven having a sweet reunion with his dad because we do know that as a child of God to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I will be praying for all of you in the days ahead that God will continue to comfort you and give you strength and His peace that passes all understanding. God Bless you all and again please accept my condolences.

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Susan Morgan

Loved and respected, will be missed greatly. He was everything to his family, his grandkids were like his own children and he raised them with love and discipline. To the surviving members of the family, remember he is in a better place, watching over you from afar. We love you all.

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