|Birth: ||Jan. 14, 1923|
|Death: ||Apr. 20, 2009|
Floyd Ellis Stephenson, 86, of South Portsmouth, died Sunday in Southern Ohio Medical Center in Portsmouth, Ohio.
He was born Jan. 14, 1923, in Greenup County.
His wife, Wilma Lybrook Stephenson, preceded him in death.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church of South Shore. Burial will be in Siloam Cemetery in South Shore, with military rites by James L. Flannery American Legion Post 276.
Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Morton Funeral Home in South Shore and after noon Thursday at the church.
Contributions may be made to First Baptist Church, c/o Morton Funeral Home, P.O. Box 455, South Shore, KY 41175.
Ashland, Daily Independent
21 April 2009
Floyd Ellis Stephenson died April 19, 2009 at Southern Ohio Medical Center hospice located in Portsmouth, Ohio. He was born Jan 14 1923 to Andrew Floyd and Pearl Johnson Stevenson. He was preceded in death by his wife, Wilma Lybrook Stephenson and two brothers, Elbert L. and A.D. Stephenson and two sisters, Judy Stephenson McManus and Opal Stephenson Bassler.
He was a retired Quality Assurance Supervisor at Martin-Marrieta. Prior to that he was the owner-operator of a blacksmith welding shop founded by his father in Portsmouth Ohio. He graduated from South Portsmouth High School and attended Morehead State University. During WWII, he served in the Army Air Corps in the Pacific and was called to serve in the Defense Intelligence Agency in the Philippines and was one of the first U. S. service men to occupy Japan before the formal surrender.
He was a member of First Baptist Church of So. Shore were he was an ordained Deacon and long time teacher of the Junior Boys Class. He was also a member of the James Flannery American Legion Post 276 in So. Shore.
Courtesy of Donna Alexander Lander, 13 Sept 2014
Wilma Lybrook Stephenson (1925 - 2006)
Timmy S. Stephenson (1946 - 2014)*
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Record added: Apr 20, 2009
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Red roses were his favorite flower.|
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Sir...In honor of your service to your country...We thank you...|
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