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July 11, 1954 ~ August 15, 2023 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Douglas Stevens was born July 11th 1954 in Brooklyn, New York to the late Ira Stevens and Lorraine Smith Stevens.
Douglas had three sisters and one brother, Ira Jr, Lisa, Trina and Christine. Doug was educated in the New York public school system.
After highschool, he worked with his father as a Butcher at the family business, Steve's meat market. He also worked at other various places, including other grocery stores, the construction industry and warehousing.
Douglas met Theresa who he had Yasin Stevens with. He then met Helen in New Jersey at a bodega he worked at and they got married in the summer of 1998 and have three lovely children Douglas, Narenda and Bryan. Years later Doug moved his family to Fort lauderale Florida.
If you really knew Doug you knew he was a Big Sports fan. He rooted for any newyork sports team. He loved music, dancing with his wife, and watching TV. One of his many talents was in the kitchen where he loved to bake rolls and we can't forget about that Fried Chicken and Koolaid which he prized himself on.
Doug was a man with a big heart, a pillar, a family man, a father, a grandfather, an uncle, and a friend to many. If you had no home Dougs house was your home. He was a blessing to many.
On Friday August 18th 2023 Douglas was called home. He leaves behind his siblings Ira Jr, Lisa, Trina and Christine. His children Yasin, Douglas, Narenda and
Bryan and his Only Grandchild whom he loved and adored Beautiful and many family members and friends. He was preceeded in death by his mother and father Lorraine and Ira Stevens, his sister Eloise and wife Helen Stevens.
As Doug would say to anyone he talked to "Love Ya."