Mr. Steverson was born in Mesa in 1910 at the corner of Main and Sirrine in the Territory of Arizona and lived in many different places including Yuma El Paso Florida and Mexico City Mexico. He gives his family's background and information about his parents. His father played for the St. Louis Cardinals and a team in El Paso. He worked as an was an engineer on the Roosevelt Dam. Steverson's mother Laura B. Rogers Steverson Quick earned a lifetime teaching certificate from Tempe Normal School (now Arizona State University). Her father Henry Clay Rogers was leader of a group that had been sent to settle Lehi by Brigham Young. Steverson's grandfather Rogers was part of the OS Stapley Co. with OS Stapley and Joel Clark. They ended up dividing the venture into three parts: Rogers got the land Clark got the furniture company and OS Stapley got the general store. Steverson graduated from Arizona State College. He talks about his athletic accomplishments which led to his playing professional football and to a long coaching career at ASU in football rodeo and other sports.