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Charles Elliott "Chuck" Stevenson

1922 - 1939


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  Charles Elliott "Chuck" Stevenson 

Community Morns Death of 

Charles Stevenson, Thursday

A wave of sorrow swept over the community yesterday when it learned that “Chuck” Stevenson, 17, was dead.  He had been ill seven months. 

Chuck” was on of the most popular seniors in Grove City high school. For this year he had been elected present of the student council, an honor won only by the best-liked and most-respected students.  He was also treasurer of the senior class, a member of the Methodist church and Boy Scout Troop 45.  When news reached the high school yesterday that he had died at 3 a.m., many students wept openly. 

Charles Elliott Stevenson was born in Grove City, August 29, 1922, a son of James F. and Bertha L. Stevenson, and had spent his short life-time here.  He was universally liked.

Surviving are his parents and three brothers, James F., Jr., David Paul and Robert E. at home.

Friends may call at the home until 11 a.m. Saturday, when the body will be removed to the Cunningham Funeral Home for services at 2:00 p.m.  Dr. B. R. McKnight will be in charge, and burial will be made in Woodland Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be his close friends, George Stubbs, Kenneth and Wayne Book, Thomas Braine, Robert Butler, Jack Jamison, Fred Homas and Robert McKnight.

Grove City Newspaper, 1939.




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