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     Randall Eugene Stevens, age 57, of rural Lamar, Missouri passed unexpectedly, Sunday, April 30, 2017 at his home.

     Randy was born April 18, 1960 in Modesto, California to Damon Everett Stevens and Martha Jane (Bronson) Stevens.  On October 3, 1977, he married Jane Ann Burns in Girard, Kansas and together they raised five children.  Randy worked in constructions, building Roads and Bridges.  One of the greatest joys of his life was playing with his grandchildren. 

     Randy leaves behind his wife Jane, of 39 years; three sons, Bryan (Terra) Stevens, Lamar, Missouri, Bradley Stevens and fiancée Barbara, El Dorado Springs, Missouri, and Justin (Jasmine) Stevens, Ellicott, Colorado; two daughters, Christal Eccher fiancé Chris Wright, and Randi Stevens and fiancé Drew Cato, Lamar, Missouri; his mother, Martha; five brothers, Danny, Wayne, Billy, Michael and Stacy Stevens; four sisters, Bobbie, Wilma, Thelma, and  Donna; grandchildren, Dominic, Jordan, Brittany, Maddie, Megan, Scott, Kevrin, Mary, Whyatt, Seana, Abbie, Kelsey, Melodia, Ethen, Iain, Harmony, Gaige, Nevaeh, Gaven, Chloe, Brooklyn, Evan, Dayton, and Natalie; great-grandchildren, Grayson and Aubree. He leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

     Preceding him in death were his father, Damon, baby sister Debra, a grandson, Kaiden Stevens, and son in law, Shawn Eccher.

     The family will have a private service.


#4 Nevada, MO.Lawrence Daniels 2017-05-07 15:34
Jane and family,
Lawrence and I send our deepest sympathies on your loss. Lawrence worked with Randy several years ago and talk about their antics from time to time. He will be missed by all that knew him.
Lawrence and Connie Daniels
#3 Lamar moRandi Stevens 2017-05-02 17:02
My Dad fought very long with his health. He never gave up and beat the odds all the time. He was loved by so many and impacted more than he knew. His grandchildren were crazy about "Pa" not a day will go by I wont think about my Dad. But knowing he is healthy and no longer hurting gives me strength. I love you Dad! Always.
#2 Mulberry, KansasPatricia Slate 2017-05-02 15:55
Jane and Family, So sorry for your loss. Rambo was one of the nicest guys I know, he will be missed. John and Mom sure loved him, Mom says to tell you she is really sorry.
#1 Lamar MissouriBryan Stevens 2017-05-01 10:55
He taught me how to plant a garden, milk cows feed and nurse they're young, take care of every animal on the farm. He taught me how to survive off the land, how to hunt, fish and never to take more then I could eat. How to respect the land and everything that is on it. He taught me how to respect women and to put women and children before myself. He taught me to lend a hand without expecting something in return.

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