FLOYD A. STEVENS, 86, passed away on Aug. 14, 2007,
with burial in Greenwood Memorial Park.
Floyd was born Sept. 25, 1920, to Andrew Eugene Stevens
& Myrtle Mae Copps Stevens and raised in Ranger, TX where
he attended Ranger High School in the Class of 1940. He
served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II in
the Far East Command and worked for General Dynamics for
over 40 years. Floyd was an avid golfer.
Floyd was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Roy
W. Stevens (RHS-1931), Robert Stevens (RHS-1937), Bernis
Stevens (RHS-1928), Preston M. Stevens, Joe D. Stevens,
Gerald E. Stevens, and Howard "Bill" Stevens (RHS-1942);
and sisters, Lois E. Stevens Traywick (RHS-1925) and
Mildred O. Stevens Anderson (RHS-1935).
Survivors: brother, James W. Stevens and wife, Sue, of
Fort Worth; and numerous nieces and nephews.
BROTHER: JAMES WALTER STEVENS, 92, passed away on
May 18, 2022, with interment at Greenwood Memorial
Jim was born in Ranger, TX on Nov. 8, 1929 to Andrew
Eugene Stevens & Myrtle Mae Copps Stevens. He was the
youngest of 11 children. After graduating from
Arlington Heights High School, he served in the US
Army, stationed in Korea. Later he attended electronics
school and founded Hoot's Television Sales & Service,
which he owned and operated for many years.
He married his sweetheart, Marilyn Sue Madden, in 1953
which began a marriage that spanned 69 years. Jim and
Sue went on to have four children, five grandchildren
and one great-granddaughter. Jim devoted his life to
supporting his family and providing his children with
a good start in their own lives.
Jim enjoyed hunting, fishing, reading, listening to
music and telling stories. However, his greatest joy
came from spending time with his family and spoiling
his grandchildren as best he could. If success can be
measured by how much one will be remembered and missed
by his family, Jim Stevens had a very successful life.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Andrew and
Myrtle Stevens; brothers, Roy, Bernis, Preston, Gerald,
Joe D, Robert, W. Howard and Floyd Stevens; sisters,
Lois Stevens Traywick and Mildred Stevens Anderson;
and most recently his daughter, Sally Stevens.
He is survived by his wife, Marilyn Sue Stevens; sons,
Kurt Stevens and Andrew Stevens and his wife, Lindsey;
his daughter, Amy Slape and her husband, Gene; grand-
children, James Slape and wife, Corey, Andrew Willard,
Natalie Willard, Cody Stevens & Alex Slape; one great-
granddaughter, Eleanor Marilyn Slape; and numerous
nieces and nephews.