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SSGT Andrew P. Stevens, USMC Active Duty


Jan 15


SSGT Andrew P. StevensSSGT Andrew Stevens

United States Marine Corps

12 JAN 2015

Springville, PA





The family of active duty Marine Corps SSGT Andrew P. Stevens has requested the Patriot Guard Riders stand to honor his service to our nation at his funeral and interment services Monday, January 12.  SSGT Stevens died in a tragic accident while in Springville on leave.

Nine and a half years into his Marine career, SSGT Stevens did tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, guarded American embassies, and spent three years as a Drill Instructor.  He was the consummate Marine and fully dedicated to his country and Corps.  SSGT Andrew P. Stevens is a patriot who served our country with honor and now it’s our turn to stand and honor him.



Springville Baptist Church

State Route 29

Springville, PA  18844



Staging:  Monday, 12 JAN 15  1000 HRS

At the church

Please bring 3 x 5 flags.  Keep an eye on the weather, cages welcome.

Interment following the service will be at a local cemetery.

RCIC:  Mike Vogt, SRC Region 4, PGR PA ASC East

Phone: (570) 854-2012


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One Response to “SSGT Andrew P. Stevens, USMC Active Duty”

  1. Dale pgrpa_vetrep_east

    We received this very gracious thank you note from the best friend of the Stevens, who initiated the mission request on behalf of SSGT Stevens’ wife, Katy:

    I just wanted to thank you all for coming today. That really meant a lot to Katy. She was amazed that you came, and was truly grateful for the plaque as well as taking the time out of your day to stand guard while her husband was laid to rest. Logan (the youngest) LOVED your flags and all the patches on your vests! He kept wanting to go outside to look at all of you. Losing a loved one is hard, thankfully our military family is everywhere and never ending.

    Thank you so much for being part of the day with all of us. We truly appreciate all of you bearing the sleet and rain in honor of Andrew.


    Dominique Baltzley

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