A Memorial Service will be held for Stephen Byrnes, Saturday, September 25 at 1PM. Steve suffered a stroke on June 10, 2004. Dr. Stephen Byrnes passed away on Thursday, June 17th, 2004.
He will be missed by many.
May his good works live on…
The service will be held at Found and Sons Funeral Home, located on Route 522N near Culpepper, Virginia. A reception will be held following the service at the Country Club of Culpeper.
DIRECTIONS: From the north, exit at the first Culpeper exit (Rt. 29 business) and turn right heading into Culpeper. About 1/2 mile past Wal-Mart (on your left) you’ll come to a red light with a 7-11 directly in front of you (McDonald’s on right). Get into the right lane. At the next light, 522N, make a right and continue about a mile to the Funeral home on your right just past the cemetery.
From the south, exit at the 1st Culpeper exit (Rt. 29 business). Continue through downtown, turn left at 6th traffic light (Rt. 522 N) and proceed about a mile to the funeral home on your right just past the cemetery.
Stephen Byrnes grew up in New York and attended Hunter College in New York City where he received his B.A. in Comparative Religion. After moving to Los Angeles, he completed his M.A. in Humanities at California State University at Dominguez Hills. He then received his Diploma in Homeobotanical Therapy from the Australasian College, USA, a state-licensed college in Lake Oswego, Oregon, and his Doctorate of Alternative Medicines from the Alternative Medicines Research Institute (AMRI), a licensed and registered educational institution in Gibraltar, European Union, affiliated with the Open International University of Complimentary Medicines, Colombo, Sri Lanka. He later received his Graduate Diploma in Naturopathy from the Canadian Alternative Medicines Research Institute (CAMRI), Vancouver, British Columbia. CAMRI is licensed and registered with the Private Post-Secondary Education Commission of British Columbia.
Dr. Byrnes has had over 100 articles and papers published in health magazines and professional journals around the world. He is an honorary board member of the Weston A. Price Foundation and an editorial board member of the Australian holistic magazine WellBeing.
He is also the author of four books:
- Digestion Made Simple
(Whitman Books; 2002);
- Diet & Heart Disease: Its NOT What You Think
(Whitman Books; 2001);
- Overcoming AIDS with Natural Medicine
(Healing Light Ministries; 2001);
- The Lazy Person’s Whole Foods Cookbook
(Healing LIght Ministries; 2001).