Stephanie C. Kan, 29, of Edison, New Jersey died April 1, 2018. Stephanie was a gifted and talented attorney with the law firm of Hoover Slovacek LLP, in Houston, Texas, where she practiced since graduating from law school. As a commercial litigator she particularly enjoyed the legal research and writing aspect of her practice and developed an interest in appellate advocacy. She was admitted to the Texas Bar in 2016 and New York Bar in 2018. Prior to joining Hoover Slovacek LLP, Stephanie interned with the Honorable Michael Gomez of the 129th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas, and the Honorable Mike Engelhart of the 151st Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. She received her law degree from the University of Houston in 2016, where she served as the Articles Editor for the Houston Law Review, competed as part of the Law Center’s Moot Court team, and worked in the Transactional Law Clinic. Her writing on Net Neutrality was selected for publication by the Houston Law Review and awarded Best Comment in the Area of Business Litigation. Stephanie graduated, in 2011, from the University of Texas at Austin, with a B.A. in marketing from the McCombs School of Business, where she was also an A.D. Hutchison Scholarship Recipient and made numerous Honors Lists for exemplary grades. Stephanie was a bold and adventurous individual, who enjoyed new challenges and expanding her limits. She had a passion and talent for rock climbing, motorcycle riding, snowboarding, creating modern art and hiking the great outdoors. She is survived by her mother Judy Kan, father Jiunying Kan, two older sisters Sherry and Annie Kan, and numerous other relatives and friends—too many to be noted here. She will be missed by all who knew her.