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Ronald C. Stevens

Estero, Florida

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January 1, 2020
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Estero, Florida

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Ronald C. StevensRonald C. Stevens, 74, of Estero, Florida, died peacefully at home on June 8, 2020 in Estero, Florida during his third battle with colon cancer. Ron was born in Napoleon, Ohio on November 3, 1945, son of the late Everett and Violet (Bleeks) Stevens, and is survived by one...

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Played on one of NHS greatest team. Also brought his game with DP & TS & BB. I remember as a young boy he would hold BB clinic behind NHS on hot summer days. Thanx Ronnie for coaching me. You made me a better player. God bless you and RIP.

To the Stevens family,
So sorry for your loss. Although it has been years since I talked to Ron, I have great memories of our conversations. Was always a great time time talking to him at the ballfield! What a wonderful family man, teach and coach. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Dear Sue, Kacy and Mark,
I had the pleasure of knowing your Dad and enjoyed him talking with him every time we met. His smile would fill up a room and knowledge of sports was uncanny. John and I enjoyed time with him and Sue when we could down in FL and when they visited MI.
You're in my thoughts and prayers.

Marsha McBride

So sorry to hear of Coach Stevens passing. Many fond memories playing basketball at Edgerton for him of his great passion for the game and his players. Will miss his sense of humor and laugh. Condolences to Mrs. Stevens, Mark, Kacy and the family

So sorry to hear of Coach Stevens passing. Many fond memories playing basketball at Edgerton for him of his great passion for the game and his players. Will miss his sense of humor and laugh. Condolences to Mrs. Stevens, Mark, Kacy and the family

So sorry to hear of Coach Stevens passing. Many fond memories playing basketball at Edgerton for him of his great passion for the game and his players. Will miss his sense of humor and laugh. Condolences to Mrs. Stevens, Mark, Kacy and the family

So sorry to hear of Coach Stevens passing. Many fond memories playing basketball at Edgerton for him of his great passion for the game and his players. Will miss his sense of humor and laugh. Condolences to Mrs. Stevens, Mark, Kacy and the family

So sorry to hear of Coach Stevens passing. Many fond memories playing basketball at Edgerton for him of his great passion for the game and his players. Will miss his sense of humor and laugh. Condolences to Mrs. Stevens, Mark, Kacy and the family

So sorry to hear of Coach Stevens passing. Many fond memories playing basketball at Edgerton for him of his great passion for the game and his players. Will miss his sense of humor and laugh. Condolences to Mrs. Stevens, Mark, Kacy and the family