Jack Edward Stephens, age 86, of Randleman went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, February 13, 2021.
Jack was born August 27, 1934 the son of Herman Edward and Pensie Murphy Stephens.
Jack was a native of Forsyth County and a member of Old Union United Methodist Church. Jack retired from Lorillard in 1993 after 35 years. He was preceded in death by his parents, his first wife Helen Stephens, step-daughter Robin Parrish, and sisters Mary McLean and Jane King.
He is survived by his wife Lovier Turner Frazier Stephens of Randleman, his step children, Ricky Frazier (Jennie), Rhonda Toomes (Terry), Robin's husband Ray Parrish, and Craig Frazier (Kirsten), his 10 step grandchildren and 14 step great-grandchildren; his half-brothers Herman, Wayne, and Roger Stephens and his nephews and niece Larry King, Steve McLean, and Beth Brown; and his K-nine sweet baby girl Cricket.
Jack was known for his generous and kind heart and loved to help anyone in need. Jack loved to spend time at the lake fishing, and one of his favorite things to do was cook for the United Methodist Men at Chandler's Grove United Methodist Church near Badin lake.
Jack will be buried at Old Union United Methodist Church in a private service for his family on Sunday, Feb. 21, 2021 with Rev. Steve Bergkamp officiating.
The family would like to thank Randolph Health and Hospice of Randolph County and especially want to thank Susanna Perez(caregiver) for her care of Jack.
Memorials can be sent to the Old Union United Methodist Church Paving Fund in care of Loretta Smith 1581 Will Coltrane Rd. Sophia, NC 27350 or Hospice of Randolph.