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Frank “Mitty” Milton Stevens (1932 – 2012)

Frank M. Stevens

Frank M. Stevens

FARMINGTON - Frank “Mitty” Milton Stevens, 80, of Strong died on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012 at Franklin Memorial Hospital.

He was born on Nov. 5, 1932 in Strong, the son of Frank Russell and Hazel Jane (Kershner) Stevens.

He was educated in the schools of Strong and graduated from Strong High School in the class of 1952. On August 13, 1953 he married Audrey Marion Huff in Strong. He was employed by Harry Gordon, Lawrence Cook, Isacson Lumber in Livermore Falls, retiring in 1995. He served his country in the US Army during the Korean Conflict being stationed in Berlin, Germany. He was a life member and Past Commander of the Johnson Cox Post #78 American Legion and a member of the Strong United Methodist Church.

He is survived by; his wife of 59 years, Audrey Stevens of Strong; one son, Lynn Stevens and wife, Evelyn of Strong; two daughters, Sherry Keaton and husband, Darian of South Paris, Darcy Stevens of Mattapoisett, MA; his grandchildren, Allison Skinner and husband, Kyle of Norway, Matthew Stevens and wife, Dene of Strong, Ryan Stevens of North Carolina; his great grandchildren, Braeden and Kerrigan Skinner of Norway, Kyler Kilgore of Norway, Mason Stevens of Strong; his two sisters, Dawn Pratt of Strong, Betty Snell and husband, Leslie of Strong; many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents and his brothers, Russell and Marshall Stevens.

Donations may be made in Frank’s memory to the Strong United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, PO Box 33, Strong, ME 04983. Graveside services with military honors will be held at the Village Cemetery in Strong in the spring. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 488 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington, ME 04938.

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  1. Audrey and family, we were so very sorry to hear of Mitty's passing. Although missing him very much know now that he is no longer in any pain. And may your pain from loosing him subside as time passes.

  2. May the thoughts and prayers of friends help Mitty's family in this time of great sorrow and grief I am so glad that I have one of his wooden pulp trucks, he was a talented man and will be missed by many. Caring thoughts to all his family. Love Clarice

  3. Aunt Audrey and family my thoughts and prayers are with you . So sorry for the loss of Uncle Mitty. He will be missed . Love to all of you .