Stone Aidan Carpenter, of Saint Charles, MO, passed away Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at the age of 18. Beloved son of Dawn Carpenter and Ray (Marie) Carpenter; dear brother of Thorne Carpenter and Ellorie Carpenter; loving boyfriend of Iayah Smith; cherished grandson of Brenda & Robert Carpenter and David & Deborah Teson; treasured nephew of Reannon Prossor and Mike (Ronda) Teson; caring cousin of Michael Burger, Elliot Newns, Andrew Teson, and Ashly Teson; and is also survived by many close friends.
Stone loved his family and spending time with them. He was exceptionally close with his brother Thorne. They would do everything from play video games, explore the outdoors, and work out at the gym. Stone and Thorne were each other’s first best friends. They shared an inseparable bond, movies, anime, music, and so much more was shared between the two of them. Stone loved music and had an incredible voice and participated in school choir. He was not partial to a specific genre, as he had a love for all of it and he loved going to concerts with family and friends.
Stone had a close-knit friend group who he spent most of his time with. Stone loved and cherished his girlfriend, Iayah. He loved her unconditionally. He enjoyed looking good and loved shopping. Stone had a passion for food. He would take Iayah out to eat on dates often and they kept a cup full of sticks in a jar to pick from.
Stone had a heart of gold. He touched so many lives with his infectious smile and sense of humor. Stone made friends everywhere he went and was cherished by all who knew him. Just this past Christmas, Stone went out and bought gingerbread houses so that he and his family could make a gingerbread village, just so he could have the people he loved the most together doing something as one. Stone was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
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