John Stevenson Obituary 2022
John Stevenson Obituary 2022
John Stevenson was an exemplary child-centered culture advocate. He had worked as a social worker and editor for more than forty years. A true Arizona native, John was a member of the Titus Mansion family and lived in a large 40-acre farm.
He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus, a member of the Masonic Lodge, and a member of the Castleton American Legion Post 50. One of his last activities was to volunteer at the Clarkdale Historical Society.
In addition to working as a social worker, he was a member of the Unison Scottish branch. He helped organize the Unison Scotland campaigning committee. Also, he served on the board of the Nelson Mandela Scottish Memorial Foundation.
His children included a daughter and a son. The grandchildren include great-nephews and nieces. There is a guestbook for those who would like to leave a message. You can send a sympathy card. For additional information, please contact the Mallory Funeral Home in Fair Haven, VT. They are located at 4 South Park Street.
John Stevenson was a former employee of New York State Corrections Officer. He served as the deputy sheriff for Saratoga County since 2004. From 1999 to 2004, he was a member of Council 82.
John McLean, a retired teacher and trade union activist, became a friend of John Stevenson. He played trumpet in dance bands during the summer. When he was invited to join the Magic Circle, he became a conjurer and a member of the Edinburgh branch. After writing, he also acted as a magician between sets.
John Stevenson was a brother of Jimmy Stevenson and Tony Stevenson. Johnny’s father, William Stevenson, and mother, Clara Stevenson, had been in business for many years. At one point, they owned a farm in Scottsdale, Arizona.
John Stevenson was a loving husband and a father. He was also a proud brother of Martin Stevenson. Besides his wife, he is survived by his two children, Mark and Samuel. Several of his siblings, including Bernadette Stevenson and Erica Buckingham, have passed away. Some of his other siblings include Mary and Tony Stevenson.
John Stevenson was a well-loved member of the family. His family had a close circle of friends. He loved to play music, read German poets in German, and was a skilled web designer. Those who want to remember him can plant trees. These can be sent to his family, or a memorial fund can be established at the Springfield Foundation.
John Downing was a lifelong member of the First Presbyterian Church of Mercedes. He is survived by his wife, Maria Rosa Portillo. Their lives were blessed with three grandsons. Jessica Nicole Cuellar, Jose Daniel Cuellar Jr., and Adam Edwin Stevenson. This will be his last visit. On August 22, 2022, he will be laid to rest in the Rudy Garza Funeral Home in Mercedes.
John Stevenson was a beloved member of the Stevenson family. He was a devoted and hard-working member of the community. Many of his friends and colleagues will miss him. To share a memory, send a sympathy message, or to plant a tree in his memory, please visit the guestbook.