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Glenn A. Stevenson

Glenn A. Stevenson Glenn A. Stevenson

Mr. Glenn A. Stevenson of Chipley, Florida went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, October 31st at home surrounded by his family.  Glenn, age 64, fought cancer like the true Marine he was until Jesus lifted him up from his pain.

 Born in Ontario, California, after graduation in the 70’s, Glenn served his country in the United States Marine Corp, serving at Eltoro Marine Base in San Diego, California, Paris Island, North Carolina where he did training to be a high power electrician and his last tour of duty was Okinawa, Japan.

 Glenn was a kind hearted, loving, caring and giving man who would reach out to anyone in need.  When he was not with family or his grandbabies, he spent time fixing stuff, like lawn mowers in general.  He would help ones that had no means of helping themselves, which gave him self satisfaction and you knew he was happy by the childish grin he would display.  He was a valued member of his community and will be deeply missed by many.  Preceding him in death was his beloved father and mother, Gary Yee and Patricia J. Kelley; and his sister, Roxanne Emigh.

 He leaved precious memories with a wonderful soulmate and partner for life, Gloria B. Scroggins; two brothers, Kelley Stevenson and Donald Moore and wife Kay; three sons, Chris Pauley, Coy Jennings and Jeremy Jennings and wife Audrey; three daughters, Brandi Mahurin, Patricia Stevenson and Jamie Jennings; 12 grandchildren, Jay-lyn, Jaydyn, Samuel, Andrew, Eternity, Gwendolyn, Isaiah, Ariana, Joanna, Larissa, Alexandria and Zeth; one great grandchild, Kamia; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends   We will always love and miss you Glenn.  Legends Never Die!

 A gather of family and friends to reflect on Glenn’s life will be held at his home on Saturday, November 17th at 1p.m. Memorialization will be by cremation with arrangements entrusted to the Caring Staff at Peoples Funeral Home of Marianna.

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