Obituary: Gloria Stevens
Gloria Stevens gained her angel wings on January 11, 2022 at the age of 95.
Gloria was born in Superior, Arizona on March 8, 1927 to Frank and Frances Gonzales.
Gloria worked as a school teacher in the Flagstaff School District until her retirement, leaving a lasting impression on all her students. Her family remembers her for the countless hours she spent working in her garden and her love for God and her family.
She is survived by her brother, Ed Gonzales; children, Monica (Bobby) Kelley, Theresa Stevens, Chris Sanders and Michael (Connie) Stevens. Gloria is also survived by her grandchildren, Michael (Sharra) Comstock,Douglass (Tammy Jo) Comstock, Preston (Crystal) Kelley, Mareesa (Heath) Thompson, Corey (Heidi) Stevens, Teri Stevens, Steven Traughber, Ranita Sorenson, Crystalin and Colt Cureton, Thomas Sanders and Kaycee Steger.
She was also blessed with many great grandchildren; Shane, Brady, Mason, Gunner, Wade, Trevor, Emily, Tamara, Dusty Jo, Damien, Alex, Presley, Bowdy, Jose, Anyka, Blaine, Izayah, Riley, Rory and Tucker; plus two great great grandchildren, Kohen and Kamri.
She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Gloria was preceded in death by her parents Frank and Frances Gonzales; sister, Sally; brother, Johnnie and son-in-law Steve Sanders.
The family will be holding a private celebration to remember their beloved mother and grandmother.
Condolences and stories may be shared with the family at norvelowensmortuary.com
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