Dean Allen Stupp

Dean Allen (Jackson) Stupp, 51, of Richmond, passed away Friday, May 28, 2021. Dean was born on September 10, 1969, in Marietta, Ga., the son of Dale W. Stupp and Karen M. (Speigle) Jackson. He was united in marriage to Angela K. Brightman on June, 21, 2014.

He leaves behind his loving wife, Angela; daughters, Amber (Sharla) Tilghman of Dallas, Texas, Stephanie Johnson of Lawson, Sandra (Mikey) Baumgarden of Urich, Rob (Paige) Bradley of Lawson, Alyssa (Kris) Allnutt of Richmond, and ShyAnne Quick (Alex King) of Liberty; grandchildren, Sera, Amaya, Kaylee, Rainey, Olivia, Athena, Kaulleyna, Emma, Wynter, Arlo, Ashleyn , and Wrenleigh (on the way); sister,  Dawn (Rick) Jones of Buffalo, Wyo.; sister, Kathy Ford of Kearney; brother, Matt (Amber) Jackson of Rayville; sister, Laura (Josh) Romazon of Rayville; brother-in-laws, Mike (Dawn) Brightman and Jeff (Stephanie) Brightman, all of Lawson; parents-in-law, Steve (Barbara) Brightman of Lawson.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his stepfather, Richard Jackson; and infant grandson, Loukis Baumgarden.

Dean attended Lawson High School and graduated in 1988. After graduation he worked as a copy machine repairman before joining the United States Army for a short period of time. During his life, he was a jack of all trades. He worked in warehouses, property maintenance, many years as a roofer, and finished his labor on earth as an owner of a flooring company. Out of all the jobs Dean had, his favorite job was being a PaPa to his grandchildren.

Celebration of Life services will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, June 13, 2021 at Old Union Christian Union, Lawson, MO.  In lieu of flowers, memorials can be given to the family to help cover medical costs and final expenses.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Lawson.

Our Sincere Condolences

So sorry to hear of Dean passing. I ran in to him a few times over the years and always had a nice time catching up. Angela, I am sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult time.
Christy McClure Vaughn