Torrence A. Stevens

Born: Fri., Nov. 22, 1957
Died: Wed., Apr. 19, 2017


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MR. TORRENCE A. STEVENS, AGE 59

Mr. Torrence A. Stevens, age 59 of Hutsonville, IL, died Wednesday April 19, 2017 at 6:18 PM following a drowning accident south of Hutsonville, IL.

Born November 22, 1957 in Chicago, IL he was the son of Jack and Janice (Downing) Stevens.  On August 19, 1976 he married Benita (Natividad) and she survives.

Torrence served in the US Air Force and the US Army.  He was employed as a Corrections Officer for Robinson Correctional Center, Robinson, IL.

Survivors include his wife Benita Stevens, Hutsonville, IL; a son, Anthony James Stevens, St. Louis, MO; a daughter, Benita E. Stevens, Hutsonville, IL; two brothers, Jack Stevens Jr., Springfield, IL; Samuel Stevens, Tennessee; a sister, Tillie Johnson, Florida.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

There will be a private family service followed by cremation.

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Debbie Pelser Monkman-Bartholomew
   Posted Sat April 22, 2017
Benita, Elizabeth and Tony,
Words cannot express my sadness for you all at this time. I have fond memories of time spent with Tony and Jackie when we were kids. I will always regret we did not get down to see Tony in the land that he loved so much.
I pray the memories you all have will help you thru this very difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. God Bless

Debbie, Tony's cousin from Springfield IL

Karen
   Posted Thu April 27, 2017
Benita, Liz & Tony Jr...
I can't imagine your heartbreak and wanted to reach out to you all to let you know how sorry I am. I have so many great memories of Tony. He certainly never failed to express his love for his family...and he was especially very proud of the kids. He was also full of love for his many dogs, fishing, collecting, gardening, and the beautiful outdoors.
Embrace all the love you will receive from your family and friends. The memories of Tony's sense of humor, laughter, and love are infinite.
Hugs and prayers for peace.
Karen - sister-in-law for 25 years

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