Ronald Bruce Stevens

Kalispell, Montana

1935 - 2020


October 14, 2020
Kalispell, Montana


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Ronald Bruce Stevens was born on March 4, 1935 in Forsyth, MT. He passed away at Kalispell Regional Medical Center on October 14th due to COVID-19-related illness. Ron is survived by his wife, Carol, his daughter Leigh Webber (Alan) of Phoenix, his brother Reid (Marlene) of Issaquah, and his...

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RON AND I SERVED IN THE ARMY TOGETHER. He was a "real" soldier, an officer and gentleman. Always loyal to his subordinates and superiors. I could always trust him to get the job done. He had a special way with the troops. His drive to please others was admirable. I will miss his phone call this holiday. God Bless Trooper.

So lovely to read how Ron was the adopted grandfather of so many of the neighborhood children. When we moved into the neighborhood 27 years ago our son, Cameron was 7 years old. It wasn't long before he and Ron became fast friends, with Ron sharing his love of hunting with Cameron.

However, we first met Ron when we were standing on our recently purchased parcel of land adjacent to his own. It was mid-winter and Ron strode across the field, extended his right hand saying,...

What a man! Ron and Ilah were our first neighbors in our new home. We became fast friends from the start. Ron and Ilah were “grandma and grandpa” to our son, Christopher. My husband, Scott, and Ron had a very special relationship with many shared interests. I served on the board of the Public Lands Access group with Ron. He was the best leader and was always able to route us off the rabbit trails and back on to topic with a, “Hey, Charlie, hold that thought. I would love to hear the story...

He was a lovely neighbor, always a twinkle in his eye and a kind word. We missed him already when he left for Kalispel. Condoleances to all the family especially brother Reid whom we had the privilege of meeting once.