Marshall Stevens was born June 8, 1915, in Knox the son of Daniel Webster Stevens and Cora Quay Stevens. His siblings were:
Daniel Webster Stevens married first Cora E. Quay on February 17, 1909. Their children were:
- Raymond Stevens married Emma Daisy Bunzey, the daughter of Ford Fairlee Bunzey and Ethel I. Conklin.
- Marshall Stevens married Jennie Jablonowski
- Mildred Stevens Wideman (Mildred Weidman) ( - BEF. 1970)
Daniel Webster Stevens married second Edna Mae Quay on October 1, 1923, a sister of Cora E Quay. Their children were:
- Margaret Stevens (Si)
- Virginia Clickman married Marshall J. Clickman
Marriage & Children
Marshall Stevens married Jennie Jablonowski Stevens. Their children were:
- Robert M. Stevens of Knox
- Ronald R. Stevens of Knox
- Bradford A. Stevens of Canandaigua (Ontario Co.)
- Marcia B. White of Syracuse
Marshall Stevens, 78, of Route 156 died Friday, January 28, 1994 at St. Peter's Hospital following a long illness.
KNOX - Fittingly on the last day of one of the coldest months in history, a long line of friends and customers braved the cold Monday evening to pay respects to Marshall Stevens, whose name is best known on the trucks that deliver oil for furnaces throughout our area.
Mr. Stevens, 78, of Route 156 died Friday (January 28, 1994) at St. Peter's Hospital following a long illness. He was born June 8, 1915, in Knox the son of Daniel Webster Stevens and Cora Quay Stevens.
He started the Marshall Stevens Petroleum Distributorship in 1938 and ran the business until the time of his death.
He was a member of the Knox Reformed Church, which he served as both elder and deacon. He also sang in the choir at one time. He was a charter , member of the Knox Volunteer Fire Co., serving as a line officer, a civil officer and a commissioner. He was a charter, member and past president of the Helderberg Kiwanis Club, and a member of the Helderberg Rod and Gun Club and the Berne Conservation Club.
Surviyors, include his wife, Jennie Jablonowski Stevens; three sons — Robert M. Stevens and Ronald R. Stevens, both of Knox, and Bradford A. Stevens of Canandaigua (Ontario Co.); one daughter, Marcia B. White of Syracuse; two sisters, Virginia Clickman and Margaret (Si) Stevens, both of Knox, and the late Mildred Weidman and Raymond Stevens; four grand-sons — Jason, Travis, Daniel and Tylor Stevens; three grand-daughters —Megan and Rebecca Stevens and Amber White an aunt, Eleanor Van Wormer of Guilderland Center; and several cousins.
Services were Tuesday at the Fredendall Funeral Home in Altamont. Spring burial will be in Knox Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Knox Reformed Church or the Knox Volunteer Fire Co., both Knox, NY, 12107; or the Helderberg Ambulance Squad, P.O. Box 54, East Berne, NY 12059.
- Altamont Enterprise - February 3, 1994
MARSHALL STEVENS: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Times Union, The (Albany, NY) - Sunday, January 30, 1994
Deceased Name: MARSHALL STEVENS
Marshall Stevens, 78, of Star Route died Friday at St. Peter's Hospital in Albany after a long illness.
He was born in Knox and established Marshall Stevens Petroleum Distributorship in 1938. He was still active in the business at the time of death. Mr. Stevens was a member, elder and deacon of the Knox Reformed Church and sang in the choir at one time. He was a charter member of the Knox Volunteer Fire Co. and a line officer, civil officer and commissioner at one time. He was a charter member and past president of the Helderberg Kiwanis Club and a member of the Helderberg Rod and Gun Club and the Berne Conservation Club.
Survivors include his wife, Jennie Jablonowski Stevens; three sons, Robert M. Stevens and Ronald R. Stevens, both of Knox, and Bradford A. Stevens of Canandaigua, Ontario County; a daughter, Marcia B. White of Syracuse; two sisters, Virginia Clickman and Margaret Stevens, both of Knox; and seven grandchildren.
A service will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Fredendall Funeral Home, 199 Main St., Altamont, with burial in Knox Cemetery.
Calling hours will be 6-9 p.m. Monday in the funeral home.
Contributions may be made to the Knox Reformed Church, the Helderberg Ambulance Squad, or to the Knox Volunteer Fire Co.
Edition: THREE STAR
Copyright, 1994, (c) Times Union. All Rights Reserved.
Marshall Stevens: Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record
Name: Marshall Stevens
State of Issue: New York
Date of Birth: Tuesday June 08, 1915
Date of Death: Friday January 28, 1994
Est. Age at Death: 78 years, 7 months, 20 days
Last known residence:
State: New York
ZIP Code: 12107
Mr. and Mrs.. Raymond Stevens announce the birth of a son on May 17, (1941) named Daniel Webster.
- Altamont Enterprise - May 23, 1941
Congratulations to Travis Stevens and Tara Carman who were married Oct. 18 in Lake Placid with their immediate families in attendance.
- Altamont Enterprise - Thursday, October 30, 2003
Ronald R. Stevens, 21, whose parents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Stevens, and wife, Mary, live in Knox, was recently promoted to Specialist 5 while serving as a statistic clerk with the Army's 319th Transportation Co. near Long Binh, Vietnam.
- Knickerbocker News - May 5, 1969
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