Wendelle Stevens
Lt. Colonel Wendelle Stevens UFO research pioneer, Lt. Colonel (USAF Ret.) Wendelle Stevens passed September 7, 2010 at his home in Tucson, Arizona. Wendelle C. Stevens was born in 1923 in Round Prairie, Minn., he enlisted in 1941 in the US Army and was transferred to the Air Corps in 1942. He served in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Stevens also served as US Air Attaché in South America. He retired from the USAF in 1963 and worked for Hamilton Aircraft until 1972. He is survived by his three daughters, Christine, Cece and Carol; seven grandchildren; and his wife, Susan Trude-Stevens, as well as a plethora friends who called him family. Service will be held at Southern AZ Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Fort Huachuca Military Base, Sierra Vista, AZ, Full Military Honors on Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. Arrangements by BRING'S BROADWAY CHAPEL.

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Published by Arizona Daily Star on Sep. 13, 2010.
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Thanks for your work
David Childers
Friend
June 13, 2020
Time really flies and its already been 9 years since your passing but your efforts will live on eternally.
Once again thank you Wendelle you will be remembered.
Matt Lee
Student
September 7, 2019
I as well found out only early this year about the passing of Wendelle. My condolences to the family, especially Christine who was always very helpful to me.
I salute the man and the spirit that was Lt. Col. Wendelle Stevens, I cherish memory of his handshake and assurances that there is much to learn and understand out there in this vast creation but we must start here. Thank you...Wendelle.
Bob Foster
July 20, 2011
Dear Wendelle,

You have left this world for the next ...

May that there be many warm hearts and helpful hands to facilitate your travels and adventures there and beyond.

Thank you for all the great adventures you have helped me enjoy on our little Blue Marble.

Peace be with you,
Roy.
Roy Neumann
June 1, 2011
This may be rather late, but I just found out that Wendelle Stevens had passed through transition last year by listening to Bob Dean on the Camelot Website.

My sincere condolences to his family.

My first exposure to Wendelle C. Stevens and his work w/ UFO/ET related material was some 31 years ago when the Billy Meier story in Contact from the Pleiades was new, followed by some of his later books. I loved them all. When I actually met him, and listened to his presentation in Denver, CO in September of 2009 at the First Galactic Gathering, I loved him too. The energy he radiated was somewhat akin to that of Bob Dean, with whom he apparently was friends for some 35 years.

Blessings to you all! and may he ever rest in Peace, and Love+Light and never tire of exploring the mysteries of the Universe! . . . IngaLi, Calgary, AB
May 24, 2011
My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family, thank you for shedding light on the UFO phenomena.
chaz brad
April 29, 2011
I've wanted to meet Wendelle and Bob Dean, their right in my home state, i will miss wendelle for his strong perseverance, he has awakened my mind and was among the 1st research i came across when waking up to the deeper realities, He will always be thought of, i send good energy out to his soul in the eternal cosmos, and out to his family r.i.p
Trenton Thomas
April 14, 2011
My thoughts and prayers to the family of Wendell...he was one of my advocates for my families trials of UFO experiences. He led the world to a greater understanding by enlightenment of UFO lore. Keep his work going.
Vikki English Richard
December 27, 2010
Thank you for you work!
You will always stay in our memories.
Sarah
December 17, 2010
We Never Met, But I sure Felt You to be
an Honest and Upright Man. Thanks for
your decades Long Work to the UFO Community, and particularly the Meier Case. Your eye witness testimoney was
indeed very credible! May You Rest In
Peace. May Your Family and friends Be
Comforted. Sincerely, T.Tarabochia
Washington State
December 3, 2010
Thanks for all your diligent work in a field (UFOs) filled with many potholes - you navigated them with agility and presented tough cases which others wouldn't touch - fantastic work - you will be missed by most - a like of whom we will not see again - Rene Erik Olsen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Rene Erik Olsen
November 24, 2010
you will be missed i have heard you talk many times and found you to be a totally honest good person, rest in peace
pamela r
October 22, 2010
thank you...my life is changed and you will be missed. D lee
October 7, 2010
DEAR CECE AND YOUR SISTERS.
WILL MISS WENDELLE AND ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE HAD,HE WAS A LOT OF FUN TO WORK WITH .
YOU ALL TAKE CARE, MARTIN BADER
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MARTIN BADER
October 7, 2010
Even though we've never met, I certainly felt close to him. And let me note that he did some beautiful work not only for the UFO community, but also for the whole world. His name will be remembered in the history books not just for UFO's, but for having maintained sound research practices all the way through. As a result, the whole future of mankind has shifted, even if just slightly for now. He has sown many wonderful seeds which will one day come to fruition. Thank you so much Wendelle. You followed your passion and you conquered. You've led a very inspiring life and you've taught me a great deal. May your spirit rest in peace. :)

Loving regards,
Daniel C
October 6, 2010
Thank you Mr Stevens for your monumental efforts in bringing the Billy Meier case to the world. Through your tireless efforts most of us have the luxury of taking it for granted we would be unaware of the most important story in human history. Thank you
In Sung Lee
October 4, 2010
rest in peace
September 28, 2010
As a researcher in the field of ufology ,FTL and exobiology,I owe a lot to Colonel Stevens C Wendelle.He really accomplished a good work.And for proof,I sent him a CONGRATULATION e-mail on the 6 th of September 2010...The day before he left this material world.To me,that was the biggest proof -he understands what I mean-.Departures frm this realm must in contrary be source of HAPPINESS because death is never what we fear.Hugs!Profound love to all members of his family and may they rejoice to have had SUCH A GREAT SOUL in their life!Believe me:I know what I am saying...

DMG,researcher (and more...).LOVE.from Belgium!
DEWINTER MG
September 21, 2010
Greetings from Germany
So Sorry For your Lost
oli ...
September 20, 2010
CeCe,

So sorry for your lost. By reading your all of your Father's accomplishments, you must have so much honor to have been his daughter. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. With love & light Robin ( Bruha104 )
Robin Ann Richardson
September 19, 2010
(((((((((((((((((((((CECE)))))))))))))))))
I'm very sorry to hear about u're Father...Remember he is now a angel...Who will be looking down on his family.......
My thoughts are with u....My Dear Online Friend ...
Love u (Letsfun) Connie Bowen
Connie Bowen
September 19, 2010
MY DEAR FRIEND CECE! SORRY, SO SORRY. RIGHT AFTER I WROTE A MESSAGE TO YOU, I READ ABOUT WENDELLE OBTUARY. OH MY GOD! A GREAT LOSS! HOWEVER, I AM SURE HIS SPIRIT WILL CONTINUE TO DO UP THERE WHAT HE MASTERED HERE - TO TRY A REAL CONTACT WITH OUR STAR BROTHERS AND SISTERS FROM EVERYWHERE BEYOND THE EARTH!!! HUGS FROM MARIA.
MARIA BOGEA-THOME
September 16, 2010
Our Dear Wendell,
We would not be where we are if it were not for you. You are our Angel, enlightening us to the seemingly ceaseless information, added to our awareness because of YOU. You were/are our Teacher, and I'm sure you will continue to be with us from the Other Side, bringing us more Truths and understanding.

Your Friend,
EARA JORDON
September 16, 2010
Thank you for your UFO research and your generosity to the Pima County MUFON as a speaker. I'll never forget your riveting adventures. It was great to have known a living legend like yourself.
Camille James Harman
September 16, 2010
My sympathy to Wendelle's family and friends.

My thoughts are with you.

Linda Stephenson
Linda Stephenson
September 16, 2010
My love and prayers go out to you, Wendelle and all of your family and friends. You were the greatest!! I remember the visits we shared and feel honored to have met you many times. Although you will be surely missed down on Earth, your life "elsewhere" will be a continuing education. Ufology will never be the same.
Joan H. Laurino, San Francisco, CA
Joan Laurino
September 16, 2010
Greetings. I made my first contact with Wendelle in 1979, after the release of an incredible pictorial book on a UFO case in Switzerland which he led the investigation of and then published what he and his co-investigators found. Totally amazing! We spoke many times over the years and I strived to know him as a friend and he always took my calls and answered my inquisitive questions and would often reveal little known facts and information during our conversations. His wordage was of a wise person of great conviction and understanding. Wendelle Stevens was a totally dedicated, qualified and objective researcher. His published works on a challenging subject and constant contribution to the UFO Community will last for an Eternity. May the spirit world bless you and for sure we shall met again. You certainly changed my life and awareness forever. You will be sincerely missed but you shall never be forgotten. Thank you again. my dear friend. David Lee Jasper (SF,CA)
David Lee Jasper
September 16, 2010
My prayers to the family of Wendell... for strength, and clarity, for the days to come...
Your dad was okay in my book and always treated well ...
no greater or lessor.....it treated me as a human being.....
if you wanted a story he could come up with one ...
and was crystal clear .. in remembering every body..
he will be missed...
buy his daughters, his friends, his dog,
and other family members around the world....
Three cheers to ya .... may your memory life on in your work..
hip hip hurray... hip hip hurray... hip hip hurray
Melissa Ellis
September 15, 2010
Hi i never meet Wendelle Stevens but was a great fan of his ufo researc that he did ie esp the billy mierer case
and his top rate research i have so many of his TALKS TOO
MICHAEL RUTHERFORD
September 15, 2010
To CeCe and her sisters, I will miss your Dad, we had many long talks together in my travel agency about his favorite topic (UFOs) He enlightened me greatly and now this world is a little darker without his presence. Sincerely
Robert Hall
September 15, 2010
While I never met him I felt I knew him through reading his books and knowing his daughter Cece.As a result I feel honor and respect for him and know his family has suffered a great loss and the rest of us have too.
Ruth King
September 15, 2010
Wow, I never realized how much he did. Wendell was such a humble man and a very sweet and kind man at that. He will truly be missed by all of us at the doctor's office. May his memories bring smiles upon your faces as it does me.
Sincerely,
Susie Balog, Dr. Lindow, Mae and Beth
Susie Balog
September 14, 2010
Love to all of you and to him on his journey home.
Ingrid Maclean
September 14, 2010
I never met Mr. Stevens, but I am familiar with his work in U.F.O. studies. He was always able to provide clear and lucid points on the subject and was able to add valid opinions, ideas and integrity to an often misunderstood field of research. I offer humble and sincere condolences to the family and salute his life and accomplishments.
Edward Pesqueira
September 13, 2010
MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH ALL OF YOU AT THIS TIME. WITH A SMILE I SAY, WHAT A LIFE HE LIVED !
JOHN EVANS
September 13, 2010