Oct.4, 1955 - Nov. 20, 2010
Bobby was born in Leander, Texas and died in Jacksonville, Fl. He served his country in the Air Force, enjoyed riding his Harley with the Williamson County Motorcycle Posse.
He was a fun-loving man who cared for his family. He is survived by his wife and mother, a son, three brothers, three nephews and two neices. His father, Fred of Jacksonville preceeded him in death.
Service and burial were held Nov 29, 2010 at Grenlawn Cemetery 4300 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville. Donations may be sent to St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church, Cedar Park, TX in Bobby's name.
Florida Times-Union Sep 21, 1933
At His Home
Prominent Insurance Man
Will Be Buried This
At His Home
Death came early yesterday morning to another of Jack- sonville's long time residents. Walker B. Stevens prominent insurance man, who died
shortly after 3 o'clock at his home, 418 West Duval Street.
Mr. Stevens died only a few hours after being stricken by a heart attack. He had been in excellent health, and his death was unexpected and came as a great shock to a wide circle of friends here.
Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Floy Miller Stevens, and two children, William Stevens, Montclair, N. J., and a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Elizabeth Stevems Smith, wife of Walter E. Smith, of Jacksonville. Both
are children by a former mar- riage with Mae MaDuff Ste - vens. He is also survived by three grandchildren, William Coughlan Stevens and Ann Benington Smith and Walter
Evans Smith; two brothers, John M. Stevens, Miamia; and two sisters, Mrs. Nell Shac - kelford and Miss Rosa Stevens, both of Georgia.
Interment in Evergreen
Funeral services will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the home, with the Rev. F. C. McCon nell, pastor of the First Baptist Church, of- ficiating. Interment will take place in Evergreen Cemetery.
Pallbearers will include Marshall V. Osborne , Robert W. Keely, Frank] H. Elmore Sr., Harry M. Sinnott, Meade E. Hunt and Richard P. Daniel. Moulton and Kyle have charge of the funeral arrangements.
A native of Stevens, Ga., where he was reared on a large Georgia plantation, Mr. Stevens was born Sept. 14, 1870. He can to Jacksonville
as a young man and had lived here until his death.
For the past 20 years he had been engaged in the general insurance business, and prior to that time was cashier of the old Union Savings Bank, which was located at the
corner of aHogan and Forsyth
Streets, where the Buckman bruilding new stands.
Widely Known Here.Florida Times-Union Sep 21, 1933
He was widely known and greatly beloved by a large circle of friends and acquain- tances. Mr. Stevens was of a retiring nature, but possessed many stannch friends. He was a sportsman, and was widely known for his prowess as an angler.
He was a devoted father and husband. Scores of friends yesterday paid their final tribute to his memory with words of praise for his
loyalty, tenderness, devotion to duty and other qualities.-