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Stephens, Virginia - Oxnard  
Virginia Stephens 04/22/1937 - 08/24/2015 Virginia, age 78, a loving mother, grandmother, aunt and friend. She passed away peacefully in her home, she was surrounded by her family. She will be dearly loved and missed. Virginia lived her entire life in southern California but she loved to travel the world. She loved the outdoors, the mountains, and the beaches. She enjoyed working in her flower garden and growing vegetables. Virginia enjoyed life and lived life to the fullest. She was an adventurous lady who liked to try different things like, hunting, fishing, hot air ballooning, white water rafting, visiting the white house, and climbing the Eiffel Tower. Virginia always kept her faith in the lord. She would read her bible daily and shared the word of God with her family and loved ones. She spread her love of God through her missionary work traveling to Mexico and all the way to Paraguay. She is survived by her 2 children Frank & Gina; 3 grandchildren Adam, Kristin, & Stephanie; and 2 great grandchildren Mackenzie & Addison. Saturday August 29th; Mortuary services & burial are 12:00 to 2:30, followed by refreshments with family 3:00 to 7:00. Green Acres Memorial Park and Mortuary 11715 Cedar Ave, Bloomington, CA 92316 | 909-877-2311 | Hilton Garden Inn 10543 Sierra Avenue, Fontana, California, 92337, USA - 909-822-7300
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Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Aug. 29, 2015
Stevning, Dean - Redlands  
A memorial service was held on Sunday, August 22 at Dean Stevning's Redlands home in honor of his passing on Thursday, August 20th. A long-time Redlands resident, Lyman Dean Stevning's inland Empire roots go far into the beginning of the Southern California citrus industry. Born to Colonel Donald Archibald Stevning (ret.) and Charlotte Brown Stevning on April 9, 1945, Dean spent his formative years growing up in Redlands with his close sister Ann Branstetter. He graduated from Redlands High School in 1963. Dean first attended the University of Southern California, where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity, and then graduated from Cal Poly Pomona in 1968 with a degree in business. In the early eighties, Dean and his sister, Ann Branstetter, became co-owners of the family business, the L.V.W. Brown Estate, in Highgrove, CA, which was a an operation consisting of a citrus packing house and acreage of various citrus trees. From his first marriage to Heather McCririe, he is survived by his children Allison Stevning, Cameron Stevning, and Jennifer Baio. From his second marriage to Heather Marsh, he is survived by Heather, their daughter Melissa, and his step children Casey Goodson, Amanda Dekker, and Alyssa Dahlberg. Not only was Dean a loving and devoted father, he was grandfather to Chloe Villanueva, Carmen Stevning, Alasdair Stevning, and Mira Stevning and step-grandchildren Aiden, Ashton, Layla, and Lucy Dekker, and Grace Dahlberg. Family and friends will remember Dean's fight for life, his incredible sense of humor, and unconditional love and support. Contributions in Dean's memory may be made to Option House, Inc. (PO Box 970, San Bernardino, CA 92402) or to any other charity.
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Published in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on Aug. 30, 2015
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