Ronald D. Stevens

Passed 08/10/2020


Obituary For Ronald D. Stevens

Ronald D. Stevens, 76, Carrolltown, passed away August 10, 2020 at HAIDA Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. He was born February 9, 1944 in Spangler the son of Cyril and Elizabeth (Kelly) Stevens. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by a sister Jane Marie, brother in infancy Joseph, brother-in-law Barry Burkhart, sister-in- law Melinda Stevens and nephews Adam and Chad Stevens. He is survived by brothers and sisters Mary Anne Burkhart, Carrolltown, Agnes W. (Norm) Ager, Carrolltown, Paul “P.J.” (Bunny) Stevens, Carrolltown, Bernard (Pat Jo) Stevens, Manlius, NY, James F. (Dorothy) Stevens, Carrolltown, Elizabeth Anne “Betsy” (Will) Kirsch, Perry, OH, John F. (Jackie) Stevens, Bakerton, Jane F. (Charles) Strittmatter, New Alexandria, Edward J. (Becky) Stevens, Colver, Patrick J. Stevens, Carrolltown, Mary Frances (Frank) Turk, Kirkland, OH, Vincent J. Stevens, Carrolltown, Camille M. Wendekier, Carrolltown and numerous nieces and nephews. Ron was a graduate of Cambria Heights High School and St. Francis College. He was the proprietor of Ron’s Market in Carrolltown for thirty years. He was also the leader of the very popular dance bands “Misty”, “Rock n Roll” and “219”. He was a member of St. Benedict Catholic Church, Carrolltown where he played the violin for special church services. He was a member of Carrolltown American Legion Post 506 and a lifetime member of Carrolltown Fireman’s Club. Friends will be received from 2:00 to 5:00 PM Sunday at Stevens Funeral Home, Inc. 146 N. Main St. Carrolltown, PA 15722. Funeral Mass 10:00 AM Monday at St. Benedict Catholic Church, Carrolltown by Rev, Jude W. Brady OSB. Committal, church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to St. Benedict Church, Carrolltown Fire Engine Company or John Carroll Ambulance. Ron’s family would like to extend a very special thank you to the staff at HAIDA for their loving care of Ron. Online condolences can be made at or our Facebook page.

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  • It was wonderful growing up on Benedict Street and playing outside long after the curfew blew with all the kids on our street! : o) Sled riding down the street and the boys ditching the girls pushing us into the curb. Skiing on the reservoir hill, playing Hide and Seek using the telephone/electric pole as home base, and many more good times. Back in the day when I went to Kelly's Market to pick up groceries for my Mum, Mr. Kelly would call to me when I entered the store and said to call my Mum because she wanted me to pick up additional items. In those days you only needed to dial the last four digits of the phone numbers to call people within C'town. Families worked together and looked out for each others children. Had the privilege of working for Ronnie at Ron's Market for a little while. I'll always remember Ronnie's wonderful smile and our many conversations. Thankful that I was able to visit with him and Mary Anne while enjoying the fresh air at Haida Manor with my little Mum. Praying our Lord's comfort upon each of you as you remember Ronnie and all those growing up years to the present.

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James E. Renninger


James E. Renninger