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George Stevens

George Black Stevens

Sunday, March 24, 2019
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Obituary

George Black Stevens Jr., 88 of Tyrone died Sunday, March 24, 2019. George was born on September 9, 1930 in Tyrone. George is survived by his wife, Alexandra E. Stevens with whom he exchanged pen-pal letters before traveling to Scotland to meet her and bring her back home to Bradford, PA where the couple was married. Also surviving is a son: Timothy Stevens; and 3 granddaughters: Lacy, Alexis and Tayler Stevens. George was preceded in death by a son: Scott Stevens; and a granddaughter: Caitlin Stevens.

George was a 1948 graduate of Tyrone High School. He attended Lycoming College for one year before transferring to Dickinson College where he studies Chemistry and Biology. Following college George enlisted in the United States Navel Officer Candidate School in Newport Rhode Island and served for 11 years before being honorably discharged with the rank of Lieutenant. After serving in the US Navy he went on to have several jobs prior to finding his long career with the Pennsylvania Office Of the Attorney General fulfilling the position of Drug Law Enforcement Agent. 

George had many hobbies and interests throughout the years, including wine making, picture framing, gardening, and singing with many local groups which included the Allegheny Chorale and the Wesley United Methodist Church Choir. He also had a passion for being a Jaffa Shrine Clown, and many knew him affectionately as PATCHES. George and his wife Alexandra were devout and loyal Christians who rarely ever missed a Sunday at Wesley United Methodist Church in Tyrone. George was blessed to have a very large group of loving friends. 

Arrangements for services for George B. Stevens Jr. will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family and are under the care of the Richard H. Searer Funeral Home, Inc.
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