Stevens owned and operated Cranmore Mountain Lodge in Conway, New Hampshire, with first husband Richard Flanders until he died, then "became the proprietress and post mistress of the general store in Eaton Center ... where she met her second husband, Grant Meloon," her family said. After the pair divorced, Stevens married poultry farmer Brent Stevens and became "known throughout the Mount Washington Valley as 'the egg lady,'" her family said.
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After she retired, Stevens "took on what she considered to be her most important role, that of Babe Ruth ambassador," according to her family.
"She worked tirelessly on behalf of Babe Ruth League Baseball and made countless appearances on behalf of her father around the country," the Stevens family said.
Stevens is survived by son Tom Stevens; daughter-in-law Anita Stevens; grandson Brent Stevens and his wife, Marie; granddaughter Amanda Dandro and her husband, Brian; great-granddaughters Lexi and Maddy Stevens; and great-grandsons Parker and Lukas Dandro, the family said.
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