David Stevens Milford Ct

This Saturday, a loving father, entrepreneur, and sportsman died peacefully at home, surrounded by his loved ones. Mr. Stevens was a member of many local organizations, having served as President of Stevens Auto Group, the Milford Chamber of Commerce, Milford Rotary, and the Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association. He was a strong supporter of many local charities, including the Boys and Girls Club of Milford, the United Way, and the Red Cross.

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On December 10, 2017, Robert M. Stevens, 65, of Milford, died peacefully. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut on September 27, 1952 to the late William and Carolyn McIntosh Stevens. Robert was a Milford Yacht Club member and a die-hard Red Sox fan. He was an experienced boater as well as a multi-engine and instrument rated pilot. Nothing made him happier than watching his son play baseball.

He later oversaw the spending of public housing funds in Norwich and Stratford. David adored his vegetable garden and everything else outside. For more than 15 years, he was an active member of the Milford Community Garden. David was an avid reader who was constantly learning and never bored. He was so interested in genealogy that he traveled to Washington, D.C., to trace his family back to the 16th century. David also enjoyed photography, country western music, and rooting for the Denver Broncos and the University of Connecticut Women's Huskies. He was completely devoted to his family and had a practical, quiet, and introverted demeanor. David is survived by siblings Everett Stephens of Delta, CO, Marvin (Linda) Stephens of Austin, CO, Jerry (Kay) Stephens of Plattsville, WI, and Ruth (Ken) McKinsey of Battle Mountain, NV; siblings-in-law Rosemarie Donohue of Milford and Joseph (Dottie) Viola of Deland, FL; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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