By Luella Dow

Stevens find personal connections help keep life in perspective

Of Cabbages and Kings


Diane and Paul Stevens

Diane and Paul Stevens believe time with family and friends keeps life in perspective.

Diane and Paul Stevens were married in 1985. Both were busy with jobs. Diane was a special education teacher and Paul worked with his dad at their production machine and sheet metal shop.

They lived in a mobile home court until 1996 and then moved to Cheney. An ordinary family with four young children, they worked hard and life was good.

Then suddenly trouble came crashing into their lives. A ruptured brain aneurysm threatened Paul’s life and sent him by helicopter to specialists. Friends and family helped as Diane, with her ability to organize, stretched a 24-hour day as needed. She sai...

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