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Stephen Edward Mouton
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Obituary for Stephen Edward Mouton

Dateline: Iowa City

Stephen E. Mouton, 80, died peacefully Wednesday, May 2nd at his Oaknoll residence.
A Celebration of Life gathering will be held on June 15 from 4-7pm at the Bayberry United Church of Christ in Liverpool, New York. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Oaknoll Foundation or to the Liverpool High School Scholarship Fund.
Stephen was born December 31, 1937 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Stephen and Emma Summerfield McGhee. He was a graduate of Maryville College in Maryville, Tennessee and received his master’s degree from Syracuse University. On August 26th, 1961 Stephen married Patricia Penland. Patricia died in 2010.
Stephen and his family lived in Liverpool, New York for 53 years, where he taught high school English and speech. He was especially revered by his students for serving as director for school plays throughout his career. He was an avid fan and supporter of theater arts in the community.
Stephen and Patricia enjoyed time spent in Iowa City where their daughter attended the University of Iowa. Following the death of his wife, Patricia, Stephen moved to Iowa City, where he was a resident at Oaknoll Retirement Residences.
Survivors include his two children, David Mouton of Liverpool, New York and his daughter, Joanna (Geoff) Mouming of Wellman; and his grandson Gerard of Liverpool, New York.
He was preceded by his wife and their feline friends.
Online condolences may be sent to www.lensingfuneral.com


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