Philip Duncan Stevens
1894 - 1976

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The Evening Bulletin
Wednesday, June 23, 1976, page D-2

Philip Stevens

CRANSTON - Philip D.
Stevens, 82, of 92 Glen Ave.,
Edgewood, died Monday at the
Veterans Administration Hospi-
tal, Brockton, after an extended
illness. He was the husband of
Edith K. (Hiatt) Stevens.

  He was retired general man-
ager for the former Providence
Buick Co. until his retirement in
1945 after holding that position
for 10 years. He came to
Providence in 1935 from Boston
where he was a salesman for
the Boston Buick Co.

  He was a former member of
the Harmony Lodge of
Cranston, a World War I Army
veteran, and a former member
of the Edgewood Congrega-
tional Church.

  Mr. Stevens was graduate
from Harvard University in
1916, and had been a French
teacher at Lehigh University in
Pennsylvania before he entered
the service. He was a 40-year
resident of Cranston.

  He was born in Malden,
Mass., March 1, 1894, a son of
the late Milan F. and Minerva F.
(Bennett) Stevens.

  Besides his wife, he leaves a
son, Richard H. Stevens of
Warwick; three daughters, Mrs.
Barbara R. Wilkinson, and Mrs.
Arlene P. Roy, both of War-
wick, and Mrs. Dianna J.
Keenen of Yarmouth, Maine;
and eight grandchildren.

  A private funeral service will
be held at Swan Point Chapel,
Blackstone Boulevard tomor-
row at 2 p.m. Burial will be in
Swan Point Cemetery.

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