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Hope
Steyn (Zuniga)

January 13, 1997 – September 22, 2018

Hope Steyn
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"While I did not know Hope for a long time, I knew her long enough to know that she was special. She was a beautiful calming presence a..."
— Jackie Meyers from Midwest Eye Consultants
"I will always cherish memories made with you when we were young. Such a beautiful soul, a giving heart, and a sweet person inside and out...."
— Emily Baumgartner
"Deepest condolences from Beatriz (Martinez) Ramos and family. Please know your in our thoughts and prayers. Love you! "
— Beatriz Martinez Ramos
"I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Hope, but I know that she was deeply loved by her family. "
— Beth Liberti-McCray
"Sending my condolences "
— Charolette Anderson
"Hope you will be missed by so many . May god wrap his healing arms around your husband and your family .💕"
— Liz
"Thoughts and prayers to family and friends ❤️🙏 Sharon Bishop and family..."
— Sharon Bishop
"Sending thoughts and prayers "
— Mike & Ashley Finney
"R.I.H Angel"
— Slone Family
"Our sincerest condolences. Please know that our staff is here for you, however we may be of service. "
— Cory Benz and the staff-family of Titus Funeral Home

Obituary for Hope Steyn (Zuniga)

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Hope Angel (Zuniga) Steyn passed away on Saturday, September 22nd as the result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident near Beaver Dam. A kind, loving person, Hope was 21 years old.

Born in Goshen, Indiana, Hope grew up in Warsaw and was the daughter of Daniel “Danny” and Guadalupe “Lupe” (Martinez) Zuniga. She graduated from Monarch Christian School and worked for Cunningham Optical in Warsaw.

On July 29, 2018, Hope was married to Tertius Steyn. The two met earlier in the year and fell deeply in love. Tertius survives in Warsaw.

Hope was kind, loving and fearless. She was not afraid to try new things and was often the “leader of the pack.” She enjoyed hunting, fishing, and four-wheeling with her father but was also artistic and creative. Hope could draw, sing and was incredibly smart. Hope, always smiling and laughing, was the light of any social event and had a servant’s heart, even working for some time as a certified nurses’ aide. Tenacious and fun, Hope will be missed by many.

In addition to her husband, Tertius Steyn, survivors include her parents: Danny and Lupe Zuniga of Warsaw; sisters: Denise (husband, Jason) Cardwell of Warsaw and Leticia (husband, Steve) Meyers of Syracuse; nieces and nephews: Taylor Cardwell of Warsaw, Kolby Meyers of Syracuse, Maddy Cardwell of Warsaw, Walker Meyers of Syracuse, Hunter Cardwell of Warsaw, Payton Cardwell of Warsaw, Mckenzie Cardwell of Warsaw; and maternal grandfather: Jose D. Martinez of Pharr, Texas. Also surviving is Hope’s biological mother, Beatrice Palacios and sisters, Viridiana and Jaqueline and a large extended family. Preceding her in passing is her maternal grandmother, Maria Martinez and paternal grandparents, Ventura (Guadalupe) Zuniga.

Friends may join family for a time of visitation and for sharing of memories at Titus Funeral Home, 2000 East Sheridan Street, Warsaw, on Thursday, September 27th from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. A funeral service which celebrates Hope’s life will take place on Friday at 10 a.m. in the Funeral Home. Family friend, Pastor Stoney Craft, will officiate. Burial will be in Warsaw’s Oakwood Cemetery.

First Visitation

When September 27th, 2018 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location
Titus Funeral Home
Address
2000 Sheridan St
Warsaw, IN 46580
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Second Visitation

When September 27th, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location
Titus Funeral Home
Address
2000 Sheridan St
Warsaw, IN 46580
Additional Information

Funeral Service Information

When
September 28th, 2018 10:00am
Officiating
Pastor Stoney Craft
Location
Titus Funeral Home
Address
2000 Sheridan St
Warsaw, IN 46580

Interment Information

Location
Oakwood Cemetery
Address
421 N Maple St
Warsaw, IN 46580