Luther H. Stewart, Jr.



Luther H. Stewart, Jr., 79. Sunrise January 4, 1932 – Sunset April 28, 2011. He attended Trinity Baptist Church. Luther was preceded in death by his parents Luther and Katie Stewart, wife Mary Alice Stewart, brother John Stewart and sister Ann Stewart. Left to cherish his memory, sons Larry M., Stanley B., Steven D., Luther H. (Annie) III, Franklin A., and Dennis J. (Francine) Stewart, daughters Sandra and Terri Stewart, brother Robert L. (Jacqueline) Stewart, sisters Lula Mae Bowman and Elista Stewart and a host of grandchildren, other family and friends.

Condolence Messages

  1. To Shawn & Mary and their father and brothers:

    Our heart goes out to you and your family. I hope the wonderful memories you have help to bring peace to your hearts.

    With our love, thoughts & prayers,
    Dave, Daphne, Eric & Kylie

  2. April, Samara, and Tony

    To the Stewart clan, I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Luther. Please know that you all are in my thoughts. To think of the people in heaven that he is hanging out with brings a little comfort to me I hope that it will one day bring a slight smile to your heart.

  3. Tonya & Douglas Crouch

    We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad. We're sending you a hug from afar. Keeping your family in our prayers.

  4. Betty Glover McCurdy

    I would like to offer my condolences to the family. And may you take comfort in knowing an angel is watching over you.

  5. My name is Mary Stewart. I am Luther's grand daughter. Words can never explain how much I am going to miss him.. I know my dad is trying to be strong for all 7 of his kids, but sometimes you can't just hold everything in. Grandpa was a great man. He taught us alot. Me personsally, I am going to miss his cooking, sarcasm, and most of all his love. If you needed a place to stay or needed a meal, you could always go to him. He wouldn't let you down. God put him in all of our lives for a reason. And I thank him for that. I remember one day when I was at grandpa's house, I was singing and he told me I sounded like a chipmunk crying on a log. It was so funny. I'm gonna miss one of his favorite saying to his grandkids which was, "es;See You later Alligator"es; and we would say, "es;After While Crodile"es; I can't explain his sarcasm. But he always made me laugh, and it doesn't hurt your feeling. He was very Caring and Loving. Always helped people. He will truly be missed by many including family and friends. I LOVE YOU GRANDPA! May you R.I.P. Gone But Never Forgotten! 1/4/32-4/28/11

  6. Stewart family I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Stewart was a great man. Terri you & your family was always there for me and showed me so much love including Mr. Stewart. You & your family was my extended family for years and I love you guys. I am sending you and the family a hug & kiss from Kentucky since I cannot be there with you.

  7. To My Family:
    "es;A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one's birth."es; Ecclesiates 7:1
    Everyone of you are in my prayers. May God bless you and keep your heads held high.
    Until I see you again Mr. Stewart I will miss you dearly. Love always Roni

  8. karen,Angela,Tonya&Lanette Lewis and Family..


  9. Toni and Harvey Alston

    Our heartfelt blessings go out to you and your family for the loss of your Father and loved one. We will keep your family in our prayers during this time of sorrow. Remember his smile and the special time shared with family and friends.

  10. To the stewart Family;

    There are no words….you are in my prayers always…

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