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Samuel Lee Stevenson, Sr., 62 entered his eternal rest on April 14, 2020 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born on November 16, 1957 in Greenville, North Carolina to the late Clevern Earl Stevenson, Sr., and the late Mary Hardy Stevenson.
He attended Perquimas County High School in Hertford, North Carolina. He moved to Cambridge, MD in 1988 and worked for Eric Straub Marine Construction as a bridge repairer. He also worked for Bayliner Boat Company as a boat builder for 9 years. He was employed by Dan Brannock of Cornersville, MD as a handy man until his health failed. Sam loved his family, and everyone knew where to take the kids when they needed a babysitter and they loved being at Uncle Sam and Aunt Tiny’s house. He was always saying something to make you laugh and his smile could light up the room.
Sam leaves to cherish his memories his wife of 28 years Latania Jones Stevenson, 3 children, TyAsia ShaNay Stevenson and Samuel Lee Stevenson, Jr of Cambridge, MD and Christopher Stevenson/Brenda of Virginia Beach, VA. 1 Aunt Evelyn Wilkins/Kenneth of Preston, MD, 1 Uncle Raymond Hankins of Baltimore, MD, mother-n-law Elsie Mae Jones of Federalsburg, MD, 2 sisters-n-laws, Barbara Jones of Federalsburg, MD and Talisha Jones of Salisbury, MD and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, best friend Denis Matthews and other friends.
We will always miss Sam and we will keep him in our hearts forever. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by 2 brothers, Clevern Earl Stevenson Jr., and Ricky Eugene Stevenson, his grandparents Effie and Eugene Hoffler and an Aunt Ethel Hardy.