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Lavon Stanley Page

June 25, 1942 - September 18, 2022
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Lavon Stanley Page

June 25, 1942 - September 18, 2022

“Logan, BB, Big Daddy, Pops”

Our dearest Lavon Stanley Page has passed on to the glory at the age of 80, at his home in Tucson, Arizona.
 Lavon was born in Cynthiana, Kentucky to Stanley & Cecil Page. 
After high school, Lavon enlisted and began his career in the United States Army. During his time in the Army, he was deployed twice to the Vietnam War to fight on the front lines. After 25 years of service, he was able to retire with top honors and set his new sites on Tucson after being stationed in Fort Hood. Lavon made his life in Tucson with his wife Anna L. Page, to whom he was married for 36 years. 
Shortly after retiring, he started working for The Arizona State Prison. He eventually retired from the Arizona State Prison and began his final job as a Chef at the Casino Of The Sun. Along the way he befriended, inspired, and encouraged many.
Lavon loved fishing, the game of horseshoes, and cooking but his favorite pastime was a good hand of Spades.  

Lavon was a big and intimidating man with a heart of gold who never turned away a person in need, his unique laugh would lift anyone's spirits.
He will be missed, and our memories of him will forever be treasured.

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stephanie dorsey My dad was a very great man. He raised us to love and respect others. Dad could meet people and they would be a life time friend. He was very intelligent and bright. He accomplished so much in his life time. Thank you dad for teaching me how to make it in this life. Till we meet again dad. Love you!
over 1 year ago

Diane Vaughn Our deepest condolences and prayers go out to Anna & Manny Vaughn and all of Lavon's family.An incredible sweet soul we will absolutely never forget and such a honor to have been his neighbor on our street and a greater honor knowing he was a great part of our family.May he rest in eternal peace .With Love Always,Robert & Diane Vaughn
over 1 year ago

Anna Vaughn The family of Lavon S. Page would like to thank everyone for loving and accepting him into your lives. He was a beloved man the will be surly missed. May his memory forever live in our hearts.
almost 2 years ago

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