Ross Funeral Service


Jim Stewart

7 July, 194621 February, 2021

S. James (Jim) Stewart Jim was born July 7, 1946 at Fredericton, New Brunswick. He grew up in Marysville with a family of seven brothers and sisters. Following his high school education, Jim worked for the Government of New Brunswick, Georgia Electric in Fredericton, New Brunswick and St. Anne Pulp & Paper Mill, Nackawic, NB as an accountant. Jim married Margaret MacIntyre and raised three children, Nancy, Mike and Donna in the small town of Harvey, NB. After divorcing and retiring, Jim moved to Assiniboia, Saskatchewan in 2004 to reside with his partner, Linda who is handicapped. Jim helped Linda while he struggled with his own health for many years. In January of 2020 he moved to the Ross Payant Nursing Home passing away peacefully at age 74 from leukemia on February 21, 2021. Jim loved his family and friends. He kept many entertained with his great sense of humor and passion of music. He also liked gardening and barbecuing. He loved birds, sports, his favorite teams the Atlanta Braves, Saskatchewan Roughriders and Toronto Blue Jays. Jim is survived by his partner, Linda Stewart, three children Nancy (Will) Hachey, Michael (Andrea) Stewart, and Donna Stewart (Kyle MacDonald); three grandchildren Dominick, Hope and Evan; brother Fred and sisters Merna, Joyce and their families, step children Brett (Amanda Colles) Stewart, Darla (C.J.) Matombe. Predeceased by sisters Joan, Shirley, brother Melvin/Hecky, brothers-in-law Bob Dunphy, Charlie Jones, sister-in-law Mary Stewart and parents Mae and Henry Stewart. Service of Remembrance for Jim will be held in the spring of 2021. Donations may be made to Royal Canadian Legion (legion branch of your choice). Expressions of sympathy for the Stewart family may be shared at Arrangements entrusted to Ross Funeral Service, Assiniboia, SK.


  • Celebration of Jim's LIfe will be held at a later date


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Roslyn Rosenfeld

7 March 2021

It is very, very sad to learn that Jim is gone. I send my deepest condolences to Nancy, Michael, and Donna, their partners and children - and to Linda Stewart, his wife. Our family had also settled in Cork and Jim and Margaret were good friends. Our children had their early years together - often in our kitchen or theirs. I remember lots of farming and gardening tips shared, and many cups of tea. I remember him most for his warm and gentle heart.

Harvey Station Lions Club

5 March 2021

We would like to express our deepest condolences on the passing of your father. We remember Jim as a past member of our Lions Club. Please accept our sincere sympathy

Linda Stewart

5 March 2021

Thank you to my gentle man Jim for coming to live here and share our lives and culture, wearing a cowboy hat and western shirts. Jim and I both love all sports including CFL football, baseball, rodeo and bull riding. He knew all the bull riders backgrounds. His favorite team was the MLB Atlanta Braves and 1st baseman Chipper Jones.
Jim was known here as the bird man of 6th avenue feeding hundreds of birds.
Jim loved to entertain friends who dropped in. He was also was a big lover of burgers and a cold cola!
He made me laugh every day. I will miss Jim always.
Love Linda

Bernie MacIntyre

26 February 2021

Jim was a great friend who could talk and debate on almost any topic. Over the past few years we recalled the long nights we would spend at the kitchen table in Cork trying to solve the problems of the world. I will miss his insights and dry sense of humor. Go to rest my friend.

Linda MacDonald

26 February 2021

I have so many fond memories of Jim, our spontaneous food fights lol, his fantastic sense of humor, but also a good ear when one needed to vent. Blessings upon you dear one as you travel home. Love ya

Alan Stewart

23 February 2021

with sadness my prayers are with his children and family

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