OXFORD — It is with great regret and sorrow to announce the passing of Harry “Butch” Hall Stevens. He died peacefully at home surrounded by family after a brave fight with pancreatic cancer. Harry was born in Lewiston on Oct. 13, 1956, and gained his wings in the early morning hours of Aug. 13.

He was a dedicated worker for Maine DOT, operated a self-employed garage in Bethel before moving to West Paris and opening a store, then operated a garage and wrecker service. He was an EMT for Bethel Rescue and Tri-Town Rescue in West Paris. He was also a dedicated member of Poland Fire and West Paris fire departments. In his spare time he enjoyed fishing, riding his Harley, helping his nephew with his race car, spending time with his horse and his canine companion Diesel, and Sunday trips through the state with his wife.

He is survived by his wife Brenda; his daughters Kerinda Kennison and family, and Lisa May and family; sons Jeremy Stevens, and Jonathan Stevens; daughter Sara Stevens and her wife Rose; brothers Dana Stevens, and Bradley and wife Hazel; and his sister, Betsy Plummer.

He was predeceased by his parents, Doris and Harry L. Stevens; sisters, Susan Managan and her husband Dan, and Carol Conant.

Special thanks to his doctors, Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice and his family for their selfless acts of kindness and assistance. Online condolences may be shared with his family at www.oxfordhillsfuneralservices.com.

Harry “Butch” Hall Stevens

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