Rock Stevens

Posted on April 10, 2019

The Foundation is sad to say goodbye to community treasure- Rock Stevens. 

Rock was passionate about his community and touched many lives over his lifetime. Though not originally from the area, he adopted Port Huron as his own. He was a teacher in Port Huron for over 35 years, with a passion for inspiring a love of learning. He had a love for history that was evident in many things including his involvement in the Feast of the Ste. Claire, his enthusiasm for collecting antiques and his enjoyment of antique cars and boats.

His contributions to the area also included serving on the Port Huron Planning Commission and greeting guests with a smile and a history lesson at the Atrium Café, which he owned and operated with his beloved wife, Gayle.

Rock will always be remembered to be a joyful, kind and caring man, who through his passion and eccentricities left a lasting impression on all who knew him. He will be greatly missed by the community he loved so much.

Memorials may be made to the Community Foundation. Please make checks payable to Community Foundation and put Stevens Memorial in the memo line.

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