Condolences for Andy Lewis Stevens

Don(donnie) funderud posted on 9/13/20

My deepest sympathies in the untimely passing of my friend, classmate, fishing friend. I just found very early this morning. From our fishing trips to cherokee(polabago bus), camping at smokemont, helping with the muskie club shows at civic center, having our club picnics at your house on the river and many other times on FB. I'm so sorry for your loss.


Dianna Sheppard posted on 9/5/20

So sorry for your loss


Lola posted on 9/5/20

I’m so sorry for your loss! Prayers for peace and comfort


Lola posted on 9/5/20

I’m so sorry for your loss!


Robert & Becky Sims posted on 9/4/20

We too met this beautiful couple in Hawaii. God richly blessed us to know them. Ramona, love and prayers for this great loss. May God comfort you as only He can.


Bong Abagon posted on 9/3/20

Andy is a fun loving grandpa to all of us who went to camp at Pu'ukahea Retreat Center. Thank you for living your life for Jesus.


Ed Tetlak posted on 9/3/20

We also met Andy and Ramona in Hawaii and have become good friends over the years. Enjoyed our golfing and his story telling. Will miss you my friend. God bless


Renee M Mercado posted on 9/3/20

I don't remember meeting Papa, he was just always there as a friend of our family growing up. Then, in 1992, I came bounding into the house after a weekend roadtrip and there he was on the couch with my mom as I entered the house. I think he has been part of our lives ever since. He has always made my mom smile and that was the best thing a daughter could ever witness. A year later, on September 4th, we all stood by their sides as they vowed their lives to each other. He has been a fabulous father, a kind husband, and the best grandfather. Papa took my mom on grand adventures, and loved her in a way few will ever experience in their lifetimes. He was a man of God. He loved to smile and lived to laugh. He will always be remembered for his kind heart and his love for all of us. Papa, it is not enough to say we love you, the gift was in being loved by you. May we all share in the Legacy that you have given us so freely.


Chuck and Mae Copper posted on 9/2/20

Our heart goes out to Ms. Ramona and all the family. We first met Andy and Ramona at Pu'u Kahea Conference Center in Waianae, Hawaii, and immediately fell in love with them. We treasure the memories of our time with them there.