Well, once again I'm bored.
An anagram (Greek ana- = "back" or "again", and graphein = "to write") is a type of word play, the result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce other words, using all the original letters exactly once. Anagrams are often expressed in the form of an equation, with the equals symbol (=) separating the original subject and the resulting anagram. ‘Earth = heart’ is an example of a simple anagram expressed in that way. In a more advanced, sophisticated form of anagramming, the aim is to ‘discover’ a result that has a linguistic meaning that defines or comments on the original subject in a humorous or ironic way; e.g., Roll in the hay = Thrill a honey (discovered by Tony Crafter) or Mother-in-law = woman Hitler. When the subject and the resulting anagram form a complete sentence, a tilde (~) is commonly used instead of an equal sign; e.g., Semolina ~ is no meal. or Somewhere Over the Rainbow ~ Worrisome However Beneath.
Take your first, middle and last name and rearrange the letters to form your anagram name.
Stephen Thomas Hutyra = phenets hosmat thuray