Milton H. Stephens, a retired accountant, died Sunday of pneumonia at Mercy Medical Center. He was 67 and lived on Glen Allen Drive.
Services for Mr. Stephens were being held today at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 4711 Edmondson Ave.
Until about 15 years ago, he was an auditor for the Internal Revenue Service. He began working for the federal agency in 1946 in Washington and moved to Baltimore in 1954.
After leaving the IRS, he worked for two accounting firms, Arthur Andersen & Co., and Harry B. Gorfine & Co., retiring at the latter about a year ago.
Born in Washington, he was a graduate of Roosevelt High School and Benjamin Franklin University there.
He is survived by his wife, the former Frances Pollard; two sons, Robert Stephens of Myersville and James Stephens of Jackson, N.J.; and a daughter, Mary Mellendick of Catonsville.