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Charles Stevens

Washington Court House, Ohio

April 6, 1952 - June 10, 2021

Charles Stevens Obituary


Charles E. Stevens
April 6, 1952 -June 10, 2021
Charles E. Stevens 69 of Washington Court House passed away June 10, 2021 at his residence. He was born April 6, 1952 to the late Forrest and Minnie Thompson Stevens in Washington Court house. Charlie was a lifelong auto salesman, known as “the round man with the square deal”, starting his career on October 1, 1975. Charlie was the sales manager for Stevens auto Sales. Charlie was a very active member of numerous lodges and church’s in Fayette County throughout the years, current member of The Gathering Place, former member of Crossroads Christian Church, former deacon and elder of First Presbyterian Church, Ohio Army National Guard, Elks Lodge #129, Past member F & AM # 107 he was raised on 2/6/1995, Scottish Rite Masons Valley of Columbus, York Rite, Alladin Temple, Past president and membership chairman of the Washington Shrine Club, Fayette County Agriculture Society Director, Fayette County Fair Board, OHHA , USTA and Fayette County Harness Horseman Association.
Charlie is survived by his son Chad (Crystal) Stevens, grandchildren Cole Stevens and Madison Sell, sister Mary Lou (George) Dalton, niece Michelle (Randy) Barrera, Brooke Conover, nephew Joseph (Lauri) Kingery and longtime love Wanda Stevens.
Charlie's family will recieve guest on Tuesday June 15, 2021 from 10-12:30 at The Gathering Place with services held immesiatly after with John Phiffer officiating. The burial will then be in the Highland Memory Garden. Friends and family may call at the church from 10:00 until time of services. There will be an additional service held at Elks Lodge #129 on Monday June 14, 2021 from 6:30-until.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Washington Shrine Club.
Arrangements are by
Morrow Funeral Home
 

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Charles E. Stevens
April 6, 1952 -June 10, 2021
Charles E. Stevens 69 of Washington Court House passed away June 10, 2021 at his residence. He was born April 6, 1952 to the late Forrest and Minnie Thompson Stevens in Washington Court house. Charlie was a lifelong auto salesman, known as “the round man with the square deal”, starting his career on October 1, 1975. Charlie was the sales manager for Stevens auto Sales. Charlie was a very active member of numerous lodges and church’s in Fayette County throughout the years, current member of The Gathering Place, former member of Crossroads Christian Church, former deacon and elder of First Presbyterian Church, Ohio Army National Guard, Elks Lodge #129, Past member F & AM # 107 he was raised on 2/6/1995, Scottish Rite Masons Valley of Columbus, York Rite, Alladin Temple, Past president and membership chairman of the Washington Shrine Club, Fayette County Agriculture Society Director, Fayette County Fair Board, OHHA , USTA and Fayette County Harness Horseman Association.
Charlie is survived by his son Chad (Crystal) Stevens, grandchildren Cole Stevens and Madison Sell, sister Mary Lou (George) Dalton, niece Michelle (Randy) Barrera, Brooke Conover, nephew Joseph (Lauri) Kingery and longtime love Wanda Stevens.
Charlie's family will recieve guest on Tuesday June 15, 2021 from 10-12:30 at The Gathering Place with services held immesiatly after with John Phiffer officiating. The burial will then be in the Highland Memory Garden. Friends and family may call at the church from 10:00 until time of services. There will be an additional service held at Elks Lodge #129 on Monday June 14, 2021 from 6:30-until.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Washington Shrine Club.
Arrangements are by
Morrow Funeral Home
 

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Charles Stevens hosted by Morrow Funeral Home.

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