Dennis Tyler Stevens
December 18, 1956 – February 25, 2019
Dennis Stevens, 62, of Bryan, passed away on Monday, February 25, 2019, in Bryan. A memorial service honoring the life of Dennis will begin at 1 pm, Thursday, February 28, 2019, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Centers with Certified Life Celebrant Dawn Lee Wakefield, officiating. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.
Dennis was born to William Harold and Wana Stevens on December 18, 1956, in San Diego, Ca., an early Christmas gift to his family. Dennis after high school completed trade school, diesel mechanic, professional certifications as he enjoyed learning outside of traditional settings. He knew hard and honest work throughout his career; he was to himself but was willing to share his knowledge with those who would inquire as to how to make things better. As an oil field manager in many areas of the industry, his family credits him for being a very safe supervisor for all his co-workers both on and off the oil fields. Dennis also, enjoyed time with his family and was most adamant of being outside working in the yard, creating a very nice meticulous landscape for all to enjoy. The birth of his children brought him great joy while the birth of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren were the completion of his world.
Dennis and Jeannie were married, combining two families as one. They shared many of years together embracing each family as one. They traveled together with the children for a vacation. Dennis enjoyed a variety of music genres while teaching the children to enjoy the artistic value of such pleasure in music. Many, especially by his family, will miss him. He was a Christian man in faith and loved to share his relationship with Jesus to all.
His father William Harold Stevens, his mother Wana Stevens; his sister Cathy Orr; all preceded him in death.
Dennis’ wife Jeannie Stevens; his children Nathan and wife Misty Stevens, Adam Dement, April and husband Fritz Wehring; Stacy and husband Milo Main; his brother, William Stevens; his sister, Sandy Mock; his grandchildren and; numerous nephews and nieces all survive him.
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