Leonard Michael “Mike” Stevens

February 09, 1945 ‒ March 15, 2019

Radnor, Ohio

Leonard “Mike” Stevens, age 74 of Radnor passed away Friday, March 15, 2019 at St. Ann’s Hospital.

He was born on February 9, 1945 in Delaware to the late Wilmer and Etta (Stults) Stevens, graduating in 1963 from Scioto Valley High School. A US Navy veteran, STG3, he proudly served during the Vietnam War, last serving on the USS Samuel Gompers.

A machinist by trade, he retired from Ranco. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed all sports, especially football.

He is survived by wife and companion of 24 years Sharon A. (Wood), daughters: Angie (Pat) Ford and Natalie (Tim Woolum) Snyder both of Ostrander, step-son Chad (Rose) Moore of Westerville, grandchildren Justin & Emily Moore, Scott, Nathan and Jace Ford, and Madison Snyder, sisters: Sandi Talley of Louisiana, Jessica Clements of Radnor, brothers-in-law: Wayne and Jane Wood of Myrtle Beach, SC, Dale and Georgina Wood of Westerville, sister in-law Chris Stevens.

In addition to his parent, he was also preceded in death by his twin brother B. Patrick Stevens and brother-in-law Roger Clements.

Graveside services will be held 1:30 pm Wednesday  at Kingwood Memorial Park with Pastor Wayne Engle officiating  and military honors provided by the Delaware County Veterans Association.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • My condolences to the Stevens family. Mike was one of our group growing up around Delaware county. He will be missed. We had many good times cruising Delaware growing up. Fond memories of my youth. Just sorry the number of us is getting smaller.

  • Sharon. Sorry for your lost. We will sure miss Mike and all the good times at Ranco and car shows. He was a good friend . RIP. Joe and Renda Bnnett.

  • Our sincere condolences to the family. Mike was a great guy. Homer & Joyce Samuels

  • Sorry to hear of Miles passing had a lot of good times with him over the years I will miss my friend

  • So sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. Our thoughts are with Mike’s family. Good friend over the years. Rest in peace Mike.
    Jim and Lynda Bennett

  • Sharon and family, so sorry to hear of Mikes passing. He will be truly missed. Prayers to you and family. He was a good friend and classmate.
    Rest In Peace my friend 🙏

  • I have known Mike for 62 years. We first met when we were in school in Delaware and then separated when his family moved into the Ostrander school district. I followed to Ostrander a year or two later and still remember my first day at Scioto Valley when I walked into homeroom and saw Mike sitting there. Our friendship renewed, we remained friends throughout the years. During his years in the Navy we frequently wrote to one another. He was best man at my wedding and always there if I needed a favor. He was the least judgmental person I have ever known. Today there is a big hole in my heart when I think back on all the wonderful and crazy things we did as young men. I know those memories will, in time, fill that vacancy.
    Sharon I am so sorry for your loss and wish you the best.

  • Sorrt to hear of Mike’s passing. God Bless and prayers for the family.

    Nancy Hawkins & family.

  • I am sad to hear of Mike’s passing. We spent a lot time together as kids in Delaware. His mother was a favorite aunt and our parents enjoyed each other’s company. We loved going to the Steven ‘s house. Mike and I used to try to barmonize like the Everly Brothers.

  • He was the best grandpa that I could of ever had and I am so very sad to have him gone in my life I will forever remember all of the great memories I had with him