Friends and family say goodbye to Lieutenant Stevens at viewing

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The viewing for the late Lieutenant Charles Stevens was held this afternoon at Charles E Huff’s International Funeral Home.

Many friends came to pay their last respects to Lieutenant Stevens, sending flowers and their condolences to the family. Stevens died on January 2nd at the Piedmont Columbus Midtown Center at the age of 87. Stevens was a beloved cook at Dinglewood Pharmacy for over 70 years, and was best known for his famous scrambled dogs. Many that knew him say he was a dear friend and family man who will truly be missed.

“His chili for the recipe gave him fame, but it was his personality quite honestly that made him who he was. We are going to miss him but he’s going home, his legacy goes on,” says Terry Hurley, Owner of Dinglewood Pharmacy.

Terry says Steven’s was a easy going person and was always available to give helpful advise. 

Steven’s funeral is scheduled tomorrow at 11 a.m. at The First African Baptist Church.
 

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