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Everett Lowell Stephens

October 29, 1927May 11, 2020

Everett Lowell “Steve” Stephens Devoted Husband, Father & Grandfather October 29, 1927- May 11, 2020

Everett Lowell “Steve” Stephens died and went to be with his Savior & Lord Jesus Christ on May 11th, 2020 at his daughter & son-in-law's home in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was 92.

Steve was born in Bakersfield, California on October 29, 1927, the fifth of eight children. He was raised and brought up in a devoted Christian home by his mother Lillie Stephens.

He attended elementary & high school in the San Francisco Bay Area before serving in the merchant marines in the mid-1940s.

Steve married the love of his life, Margaret Dorthea, “Martie”, Vogel on April 7th, 1958 and was a devoted husband until her death in 2018.

He moved his family to Oakhurst, California in the early 1970s, where Steve worked as a successful real estate broker in the area for over 30 years.

Steve was called & saved by Jesus Christ from a young age and served him faithfully to his last day. He is now present with the LORD, enjoying His eternal fellowship. His most important message is that you too will come to believe in Jesus for salvation, and be at peace with Him through His sacrifice on the cross.

He is survived by two of his three sons, Randy & Dustin Stephens, and daughters Wendy von Haasl & Margo Tharp, along with 15 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren.


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David Stephens

May 14, 2020

I will remember him best as the kind of uncle you're supposed to have. He taught us how to cheat at cards. He taught us you can drop the pull tab into an empty soda can to summon bats. (He taught us this on the back porch, just after sunset.)

But from some of the rougher moments in my life I will remember him as someone who would listen, and as someone who would talk to you if he thought there was something you needed to hear.

You were dearly loved, Uncle Everett.


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