Monday, February 13, 2012

Captain STEPHANIE M. SIMON (MSC) funeral service tomorrow


Medical Service Corps, U.S. Navy  

Age 54, died Wednesday, January 4, 2012, at her home in San Antonio, Texas. She was born March 23, 1957, in Cincinnati, Ohio to Steven and Jeanne Feher. Mrs. Simon earned her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati in June 1984, received her commissioning in the U.S. Navy in June 1990, and a Master of Arts in Health Services Management from Webster University, Saint Louis, Missouri in July, 1993. She received a diploma in National Security and Strategic Studies from the United States Naval War College, College of Naval Command and Staff in June, 2004. CAPT Simon's military awards include: Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon, Navy Rifle Marksmanship Medal with silver E, and Navy Pistol Marksmanship Medal with silver E. Mrs. Simon is survived by her husband, Douglas V. Wade, Jr. and son, Nicholas Wade.
Interment Tuesday, Februsry 14, 2012, 11 a.m. at Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to the Women in Pharmacy Conference Room,
You are invited to sign the guestbook at Arrangements with
1101 McCullough Ave., San Antonio, TX 78212.
(210) 227-8221

Published in The Washington Post on February 12, 2012


  1. That's really cool buddy.....Obviously the lady was logical.


    1. That lady was really logical. An AWESOME lady she was. To know her was to love her, her laugh contagious, and her passion for life incredible. She was probably one of the smartest people I had the honor to become friends with. She had means beyond anyone's dream but did not live the life. First class American Lady!

  2. I would also like to say this lady was AWESOME, you deserved so much more than what you received in the last few years of her life. I cherish the long talks and final years of concern, and wish I could have done more to put you at ease. Now you are in a place where things that you were concerned about really do not matter. I think of you often and plan on visiting you at Arlington here soon. Want to make sure they have that grave stone up!!!
    Thanks for the memories and I miss your annoying laugh and great smile. :-)