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Alexander Stevens

March 23, 1992 — January 4, 2017

Alexander Arthur Stevens, 24, of Frostburg, passed away Wednesday, January 4, 2017.

Alex was born March 23, 1992 in Cumberland to Jay and Janet (Martens) Stevens. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Carl Edward Martens and paternal grandparents, Arthur and Kathryn Stevens.

He is survived by his parents, Jay and Janet Stevens, Eckhart Mines; a twin sister, Tristan Virginia Stevens, Baltimore; maternal grandmother, Nancy (Baker) Martens, Frostburg; aunts, Julie Forney and husband John, Millersburg, PA and Joanna Schroyer, Grantsville; uncles, Jim Martens and wife Carolin, Uniontown, OH and Jerry Martens and wife Bonnie, Springfield, OH; cousins, Levi and Ben Schroyer, Jonathan Martens, and Samantha, Josh, and Clay Martens; special great-aunt and uncle the late Virginia (Wonn) Stevens and Clarence “Buddy” Stevens.

Alex was a native of the Frostburg area, attended Beall High School and graduated from Mountain Ridge High School. In high school, Alex was active in plays and musicals having a fine baritone voice and was a member of the Concert Choir. He was the Pirate King in the Pirates of Penzance and played Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls. He was in Concert Band, Jazz Orchestra, and Marching Band all four years of high school.

He was an accomplished visual artist.

Alex participated in football, basketball, cross country, and track at Mountain Ridge. He attended Cambridge University summer program for high school students in England. The Farrady Post 24 American Legion selected Alex as one of their representatives to Maryland Boys State. While in high school he enjoyed Boy Scouts and was Senior Patrol Leader achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. He gave the Senior Address at his high school graduation.

He studied engineering at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut and later at Frostburg State University.

Alex was a world traveler. Among the countries he visited were Britain, France, Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands, Spain, Ireland, Canada, and South Korea.

He loved the outdoors and camping. He appreciated beauty in all things including music, the visual arts, and nature. He loved to stargaze, rock climb, and hike. He had a great sense of humor and loved animals.

Charitable donations may be made to:

Allegany County Animal Shelter
P.O. Box 566, Cumberland MD 21502-0566,
Tel: 301-777-5930

Frostburg United Methodist Church Camp Hope
48 W. Main Street, Frostburg MD 21532

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