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In Memoriam

Bill Stevenson

We are saddened to inform you that Bill Stevenson, father of Will '03, Mamie '08 and Sophia Stevenson, passed away recently.

"Bill Stevenson was a man of many smiles. His warmth and kindness radiated throughout the communities he cultivated and supported in his life. Born in Pittsburgh and raised in Titusville, Pennsylvania, he grew up knowing the value of a close-knit village where he could say hi to everyone he knew. Bill was the second-youngest between four cherished siblings - EJ, Anne, and Marcie - and born to a mother he loved dearly, from whom he inherited a gentle demeanor and a pair of big, bright eyes. Always a good student and a strong athlete, Bill attended Loomis Chaffee for boarding school and Cornell for college, where he developed a strong passion for military history and The Beatles. In time, he completed his law degree in Pittsburgh, where he met his wife with whom he would share a life for forty-one years. The two ventured out west in the eighties, arriving in Denver, Colorado when it was still a sleepy city, eventually nestling into the Greenwood Village community where they raised their three children - Will, Mamie, and Sophia - for thirty years. Bill was a wonderful father who provided his family with undying emotional and material support, extending his kindness to not just his family, but to anyone who needed it. While Bill spent the better part of his career practicing law, serving as general counsel for Farmers Union Insurance, his work responsibilities shifted towards more humanitarian causes over time. He eventually became the Director of Cooperative Development for Rocky Mountain Farmers Union while simultaneously achieving a Masters of Divinity from the Iliff School of Theology, where he graduated in the summer of 2019. His life’s purpose was to uplift local communities and create a more just society and healthier planet for everyone. Between long stints of reading in bed on the weekends, Bill enjoyed Colorado’s sunshine and mountainous scenery by playing golf with friends or running in Cherry Creek State Park, where he often trained for the thirteen marathons he completed. Any moment of free time he could muster was spent doting on his youngest, Sophia, who was adopted from China in 2003." Click here to view the obituary.

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