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Celebrating the life of
Henry Dana Stevens, III
February 14, 1921 - January 20, 2018
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Graveside Service
  • 2:00pm - Wednesday, January 24, 2018
  • Bonaventure Cemetery
  • 330 Bonaventure Road (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31404

  • 912-651-6843

My Heartfelt Sympathy is extended to Ann and your family. Your husband,always seemed so gentle and kind. Just knew him from church but he always had a smile on his face. God bless all of you.

Jeni Ellis-Riggs, Savannah, Ga

My sincere condolences to your family on such a painful loss and find comfort from Jesus words at John 5:28,29. Please visit www.jw.org for more comforting promisez.

Henry, , GA

I'm so sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in the scripture found at John 5:28,29. There Jehovah has made a promise that will soon be a reality. I hope this helps. For more information, please visit jw.org.

Kelly , Pooler, Ga

IT WAS A PLEASURE WORKING WITH MR. STEVENS FOR MANY YEARS AT THE SUGAR REFINERY. MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY,

RUTH FINCHER, SAVANNAH, GA.,

Mrs. Stevens, Dana & Mary Lee - - The loss of Mr. Stevens will leave a void in your hearts and in our community. He did live his life with grace and dignity. He was a steward of our community and to those who knew him. His genuine smile lit up the lives of those who knew him and to those who were blessed by his service to them. He will live in our hearts forever.

Delia Sadler, Savannah GA 31406,

Henry Dana Stevens III, 96, died peacefully at home on Saturday, the 20th of January. Henry was known to his family and friends as a kind gentle man who carried himself with grace and character.

Henry was born February 14, 1921. He was the son of the late H. Dana Stevens Jr. and Eliza Lamar Hull. He was born in Savannah and was a lifelong resident. He attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, and Georgia Tech. He was a veteran of World War II. He graduated from the Infantry School, Fort Benning, Georgia, was commissioned a second Lieutenant and was a member of the 776th Amphibian Tank Battalion, Seventh Infantry Division. He served two years in the Pacific and participated in the Battles of Leyte and Poro Islands in the Philippines and the Battle of Okinawa.

He joined the Savannah office of Lamborn & Co., Inc. New York, general brokers for the Savannah Sugar Refinery and was elected Vice-President and Manager of the Savannah office in 1966. He joined Savannah Food and Industries in 1973 as Vice President and Director of the company’s Consumer Products Sales Division. He retired from Savannah Foods in 1986.

Henry was a member of Christ Church Anglican, The Oglethorpe Club, Savannah Golf Club, The St. Andrews Society, The Society of Colonial Wars, The Cotillion Club, The Century Club and the Savannah Benevolent Association.

Surviving are his wife of 66 years Ann Stovall Stevens, a daughter Cabell Stevens Cummins and her husband Patrick of Charlotte, North Carolina; a son, Henry Dana Stevens IV and his wife Mary Lee; four grandsons: Dana Coates Stevens and his wife Courtland, their daughters Pleasant Maguire and Courtland Coates; Scott Alexander Stevens and his wife Lea of Savannah; Robert Wilson Cummins and his wife Maya and their daughter Naima Marie of Wilmington, North Carolina; and Andrew Joseph Cummins of Charlotte, North Carolina; a niece Anne Johnson Bone; nephews Frances Mac Oliver III, Dana Stevens Oliver and his wife Linda, and Henry Stevens Johnson and his wife Kathy of Atlanta and several great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his sister Corinne Stevens Johnson and her husband Victor L. Johnson, junior, and nephew Victor L. Johnson III.

The Stevens family especially wants to thank the special ladies that cared for Henry: Life Private Duty Sitters Group Sabrina Mason, Sallie Cook, Mable Green, Megan Treacy, Carla Gardner, Susan Sanders, and Fran Ferguson.

Graveside Funeral Service Wednesday, January 24, Bonaventure Cemetery at 2pm, and reception immediately following Savannah Golf Club.

Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors Hodgson Chapel.

Remembrances Christ Church Anglican, 2020 Bull Street, 31401; THA Group Island Hospice, 3 West Perry Street, 31401; Savannah Benevolent Association, 15 Lake Street, Suite 250, 31411.

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My Heartfelt Sympathy is extended to Ann and your family. Your husband,always seemed so gentle and kind. Just knew him from church but he always had a smile on his face. God bless all of you.

Jeni Ellis-Riggs, Savannah, Ga

My sincere condolences to your family on such a painful loss and find comfort from Jesus words at John 5:28,29. Please visit www.jw.org for more comforting promisez.

Henry, , GA

I'm so sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in the scripture found at John 5:28,29. There Jehovah has made a promise that will soon be a reality. I hope this helps. For more information, please visit jw.org.

Kelly , Pooler, Ga

IT WAS A PLEASURE WORKING WITH MR. STEVENS FOR MANY YEARS AT THE SUGAR REFINERY. MY CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY,

RUTH FINCHER, SAVANNAH, GA.,

Mrs. Stevens, Dana & Mary Lee - - The loss of Mr. Stevens will leave a void in your hearts and in our community. He did live his life with grace and dignity. He was a steward of our community and to those who knew him. His genuine smile lit up the lives of those who knew him and to those who were blessed by his service to them. He will live in our hearts forever.

Delia Sadler, Savannah GA 31406,


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