In memory of
Edward F. Stewart
Edward F. Stewart, born Oct. 21, 1917, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017. Service: Service: 11 a.m. Saturday, March 18, at St. Laurence Episcopal Church, 519 N. Kimball Ave., Southlake, with reception to follow. Interment: North Cemetery in Natick, Mass., in August of 2017. Longtime resident of Arlington, Belmont, Mass. and Colleyville, Edward married Anna Elizabeth Glynn (deceased) on Sept. 24, 1949. They shared 61 devoted and happy years. He was a loving step-father to Stanley Russell (deceased) and father to Gail Stewart (deceased) and Glenn Stewart of Colleyville. Edward was a World War II veteran, rising to the rank of Staff Sergeant 2201st Hospital Squadron of the Army of the United States. He was awarded the victory medal and served as Technical Sergeant 1141st Medical Services Squadron, 1070th Medical Actys Group in Bremerhaven, Germany earning the Bronze Clasp to Good Service Medal from the Air Force of the United States. As a member of the New England Teamsters & Trucking Industry ne served as union steward, worked for the Mutual Paper Company and Ingalls-Cronin Co. and retired in 1988. Edward was an avid member of the Notre Dame Football Subway Alumni and was instrumental in the 1960s in the development of Somerville, Mass. Pop Warner. He was a lifelong member of the Episcopal Church attending St. John's Episcopal Church in Arlington, Mass. and All Saints Episcopal Church in Belmont, Mass. Survivors: Edward was a loving father-in-law to Judith Reny Stewart; a devoted grandfather to Emily Garai, Anastasia, Vanessa and Carolina Stewart, Judith Russell Mitchell and Ann Russell; and great-grandfather to Caleb Russell Garai, Erika Rajkovic (Mitchell) and Chris Mitchell; he was uncle to Justine Glynn, Sarah Little (Glynn), Nancy and Priscilla Glynn, Pierre Glynn, Fred Stanley Glynn (deceased), Margaret, Deirdre, Leah and Anne Glynn and several great-nephews and great-nieces.
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