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He was a systems analyst with Bechtel Co. and belonged to the San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Balet, Caballeros and Boots in Squares.
 
He was a systems analyst with Bechtel Co. and belonged to the San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Balet, Caballeros and Boots in Squares.
  
He is survived by his father, Duane of San Francisco;; his mother, Veon Woodfin Wingfield of Newport Beach; his stepfather, John Wingfield of Newport Beach; two brothers, Mark and JOhn; and his sister, Ann Kent of Costa Mesa. He was preceded in death by his partner, Richard Kirchbergen in 1990.
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He is survived by his father, Duane of San Francisco;; his mother, Veon Woodfin Wingfield of Newport Beach; his stepfather, John Wingfield of Newport Beach; two brothers, Mark and John; and his sister, Ann Kent of Costa Mesa. He was preceded in death by his partner, Richard Kirchbergen in 1990.
  
 
Services were held Oct. 28, 2000, at St. John Episcopal Church in San Francisco.
 
Services were held Oct. 28, 2000, at St. John Episcopal Church in San Francisco.

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At Wheel & Deal, 1997

Stephen Page Woodfin
22 May 1949 - 16 Oct 2000
Boots in Squares Memorial Panel 3LR
El Camino Reelers
Empire Squares Memorial Panel 3UR
Foggy City Dancers

Obituary

Stephen Page Woodwin, 51, of Los Altos and Palm Springs, died Oct. 16, 2000, in Los Altos. He was born May 22, 1949, to Duane Woodfin and Veon Woodfin Wingfield in San Francisco.

He was a systems analyst with Bechtel Co. and belonged to the San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco Balet, Caballeros and Boots in Squares.

He is survived by his father, Duane of San Francisco;; his mother, Veon Woodfin Wingfield of Newport Beach; his stepfather, John Wingfield of Newport Beach; two brothers, Mark and John; and his sister, Ann Kent of Costa Mesa. He was preceded in death by his partner, Richard Kirchbergen in 1990.

Services were held Oct. 28, 2000, at St. John Episcopal Church in San Francisco.

The family suggests donation to a charity of choice or the Stephen Woodfin Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Caballeros, Palm Springs.[1]

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Sources

  1. The Desert Sun (Palm Springs, CA) Wednesday, 01 Nov 2000, p.B2