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Dennis Everett Stevers

5/28/1949 - 3/06/2024

Dennis Everett Stevers, age 74 of Concord, passed away March 6th, 2024, surrounded by his family. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio on May 28th, 1949, to the late Everett “Steve” and Evelyn Stevers (Marolt).

Dennis was a proud Vietnam Veteran serving in the Army’s 25th Infantry Division where he was awarded four Purple Hearts during the war. He was a Cleveland Police Officer who retired in 1996 after 23 years of service.

Dennis enjoyed golfing and was a huge hockey fan. He was a tough person, but under his armor, he was a gentle, loving man who cared deeply for his family and close friends.

Dennis cherished the life he built with his beloved Frances (Marolt), who stood by his side for 54 years. He embraced fatherhood with unparalleled tenderness, nurturing his children Michelle (Aaron) Miller and Dennis Stevers with boundless affection and guidance. He was a proud Grandpa to Ethan, Alec and Jonny Miller. Dennis shared a profound bond with his big brother Steve Stevers. He leaves behind many life-long friends and family members, none more cherished than his cousin Mike Stevers. Dennis will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

A Celebration of Life service may be announced at a later date. Burial will take place at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral Home & Cremation Services.

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9 Replies to “Dennis Everett Stevers”

  1. So sorry for your loss Michelle and family. Hugs to you all!!


  2. Phil and Sharyn Zeppo March 15, 2024 at 9:17 pm

    To Frannie, Michelle and her boys (all 4 of them) and to Dennis, Phil and I are heartbroken for your family. Denny will be so missed by so many. Bless you all! Phil and Sharyn Zeppo


  3. So sorry for your loss. Denny will be missed. He was a good friend. We grew up in the old neighborhood.


  4. My father was Frank Bouc. My father was best friends with Denny. They do not make guys like Denny and my father anymore. I am very blessed to have known these men. I will pray for Denny’s family. God bless your family Denny. Lord Jesus give Denny and my father a hug from me. Thank you. -Joseph Bouc


  5. Dorothy (Marolt) McKinney March 16, 2024 at 9:28 pm

    Den was my brother-in-law but I loved him like a brother and he treated me like a sister. He had a kindness and generosity that only his family and friends knew. Without words ever having been spoken, I knew if I had a problem, big or small, I could count on Den. Throughout the time we knew each other he always had my back and I will forever be grateful.

    Whenever Fran and I spoke on the phone, he always had something to say. It was always different but always the same subject (those that knew him can imagine what that subject was) I always had the same reply and we all would always have a good laugh. I will miss that.

    I called him the night before his surgery to let him know I was thinking about him and would be praying for him. He told me that if anyone’s prayers would be answered it would be mine. We gave each other our love and that is the last time we spoke. I don’t think God heard me.

    🙏 Rest in peace Den, you are now free of pain, swing that club.
    Until we meet again, your loving sister Dorothy. ♥️


  6. Lindow Natalie March 18, 2024 at 3:31 pm

    To this day,I’m not believing I’m seeing this. Life sure sends a lot of unexpected heartache. Fran, I’m quite sure your heart is in a million pieces right now! Denny was an Amazing person! I sure wish He had more time to enjoy that Stream! He deserved so much more from Life then this. He left a lot of Broken hearts behind. We had alot of Great times as children, Il miss Him and The times we had growing up. RIP You left way to soon!


  7. Rest easy Uncle Den. You were loved by so many, and will be forever missed. I’ll do my best to watch over and love extra on Aunt Frannie, Michelle & Dennis every chance I get down here..I know you’ve got them covered in love up there. Until we meet again, I love you.


  8. Den was a warrior that was proud to serve his country, and was revered by many. Tough when he needed to be, compassionate when he should be and kind and generous when he could be. If you were a friend in need Den was there for you.
    He was a good man and I feel fortunate to have known him. He will be missed by myself and all that knew him.
    I wouldn’t be surprised if he was in Gabriel’s army now and watching over his family to guide and protect.

    God Bless You Brother
    Clint McKinney


  9. Denny I love you like a brother and my brother you will be truly missed love you Ed Balzicki


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