Hannah Jean Stevenson

Feb 16, 1936 - Aug 31, 2022

Sacramento Valley National Cemetery
5810 Midway Rd.
Dixon, Ca, 95620

Obituary

Sister Hannah Jean Merriwether Stevenson
committed herself to the Christian faith at an early age and united with Bethel A.M.E. Church in Malvern,
Arkansas. She went from labor to reward on August 31, 2022 at 1:43pm.
She was married to Leroy Stevenson Senior on
December 23, 1956. To this union three children were born, two daughters and one son. She united with
Century Chapel in 1981 after moving to Sacramento,
California. She was a graduate of Wilson High School, class of 1954 and of Shorter College in Little Rock,
Arkansas. She worked at the Sacramento Army Depot until she retired.
Hannah Jean was preceded in death by husband Leroy Stevenson and is survived by brother Chester Sanders Jr., son Leroy Ivan Stevenson Jr. and wife Mia Stevenson, daughters Marian Brown and husband
Douglas Brown, and Cheryl McKinzie; granddaughters Jackee’ Brown, Kamla Dixon and husband Lorenzo
Dixon, Jamayca McKinzie, Elisse McNair and husband Ian McNair, Janee’ VanDoren, Ivanna Evans and
husband Sheridon Evans, and Macy McKinzie;
grandsons LaSalle VanDoren Jr. and Gerald VanDoren, one God son, Malachi Smith; one sister-in-law Mary Lou Marshall, and a host of great-grandchildren, cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends

Guestbook

  • Deborah Washington says:

    I am for comfort as ya’ll travel this difficult journey. GOD will carry you.

  • Maressa Thornton says:

    Mrs Stevenson,
    You will be missed. I have so many great memories of you as a child. Your mission is done. Rest well in the arms of the lord.
    To the family,
    But we are confident, and have a good will to be absent rather from the body, and to be present with the Lord. May God comfort you and give you peace during this time. Sending you love.

  • Kacie Davis Jr says:

    Aunt Jean you will be missed. Sending love and hugs to my California family. I am praying for peace and strength.

  • Wendy Mitchell says:

    I will truly miss you and your warm smile. Thank you for mentoring me along the way in serving God’s church and people. Until we meet again Ms. Jean❤️💋

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