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“Tony,Sorry to hear of the loss of your father. I know my parents, Bob and Carol, loved playing cards with your parents, Ron and Tina. Going to the...Read More »
1 of 6 | Posted by: Debbie Brown Malott - Crown Point, IN

“Really going to miss you, Ron. Rest in peace, Godspeed. ”
2 of 6 | Posted by: Mike Heiligstedt - Crown Point, IN

“I am so sorry for your loss. Ron was a very sweet and good hearted man. ”
3 of 6 | Posted by: Sue Miller (Gails daughter) - IN

“Tony , Michael and family, your Dad will be missed so very much, he will always be in your heart and my heart. Everyone will miss his smiles and all...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Gail Kemick - Lowell, IN - Friend

“Ron...You will be dearly missed! So many fun times on the river with you! Thank you for being my friend! RIP Love, Kelly ”
5 of 6 | Posted by: Kelly Stearns - Naples, FL

“i,m really going to miss you dad,right now all those times that we argued over small stuff, would be welcome ,because those were the talks that keep...Read More »
6 of 6 | Posted by: anthony stevens - lake village, IN


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Ronald Dee Stevens, age 76, passed away at his home on February 8, 2018 surrounded by his family. Ron was born to Jesse and Lena Stevens August 8, 1941 in Providence, KY. He was preceded in death by his parents; former wife, Tina Stevens; son, Keith Stevens; brothers, Farris and J.C. Stevens; and sister, Nadyne Stevens Grayson. He is survived by his son Tony and his wife, Amy Stevens of Lake Village; grandsons, Michael, Brandon, Brad, and Blake; great-granddaughter Natalie; sisters, Georgia Kirby and Patricia Personett; also many loving nieces and nephews.

Friends may greet the family on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm at BURDAN FUNERAL HOME, 12901 Wicker Ave. Cedar Lake. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday at 4:30 pm at BURDAN FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, Rev. Ken Puent, officiating.

Ron graduated in 1959 from Drakesboro High School in Drakesboro, KY. He worked at the former Youngstown Steel mill in East Chicago until his retirement. Ron was a great man. He made his home in later years on the banks of the Kankakee River. He loved it there and hosted a lot of fun parties, fishing, boating, swimming, and bonfires with his family and many friends.