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Sandra Jean Stewart

3 diciembre , 194228 abril , 2021
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Sandra Jean Kendall Stewart, 78 years of age, passed away April 28, 2021 in Fort Smith. Born in 1942, Sandy grew up in Memphis, TN in the heyday of Elvis Presley and sock hops. She graduated from Whitehaven High School and attended Memphis State where she was a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She met her husband, Dr. Jerry Stewart, while working at the John Gaston hospital as a social worker. She married him six months later and were together for 51 years. Sandy spent her life serving her family and raising her three children. She and Jerry loved following the Razorbacks and witnessed many of the hog’s most iconic moments. They also spent many weeks in Jackson Hole, WY where they made many friends, rode horses and photographed their way through the Tetons. Sandy’s happy place was on a horse in the middle of a mountain. Her personality was marked by her faith, positivity and laughter. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Jerry Stewart. She is survived by her twin brother, Gary Kendall (Gainesville, GA); sister-in-law, Dottie Youngblood (Friendswood, TX); three children: Laura Stewart Hood (Bret), Daniel Stewart, Todd Stewart (Casey) all in the River Valley. She had five grandchildren; Zachary Hood (Dallas, TX), Kendall Hood (Manhattan, NY), Grant Hood (Dallas, TX), Jackson Stewart (at Texas A&M), and Ben Stewart (Greenwood, AR).

Service will be held 2:00 PM Saturday, May 1, 2021, at Edwards Funeral Home chapel with a burial on Tuesday at the National Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour, prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Stewart Prescription Fund at the Good Samaritan Clinic, 615 North B Street.

Servicios

  • Visitation

    sábado, 1 mayo , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    sábado, 1 mayo , 2021

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Craig Feldman

7 mayo , 2021

My sincerest condolences to family. I have fond childhood memories of church youth pool parties in the back yard of the Stewart home and the friendship enjoyed with Laura, Todd and Danny. Peace be with you all.

Sarah Samuelson

2 mayo , 2021

Laura, Dan, and Todd, deepest sympathy to you all. Your parents were always so kind to me in our growing up years. I especially remember a time that they brought Dan and I to Tulsa to see Phantom of the Opera. Your family had a love of the Razorbacks and they were always welcoming (many of us) in their home. My prayers are with you all at this time. I wish you all peace and send my love. May God hold you all & give you strength. Sandy (& Jerry) were great people. I am sorry for your loss and will think of you in the days ahead. Sincerely, your friend~Sarah (Farris) Samuelson

Nancy & Kelly Stirn

2 mayo , 2021

We are so sorry for your loss. Sandy & Jerry were loved so much by the R Lazy S family. Some of our best memories are just sitting on the lodge porch with them and hearing all their stories....about family, the medical field and their love for life. Sandy’s infectious smile drew you right in and everyone at the ranch wanted to be her friend. Memories of Sandy will live forever and we were very lucky to have her in our lives. Ride on Sandy!

Stew, Leslye, Alex and Elena Mason-Rivera

1 mayo , 2021

Dan, Laura, Todd and Family:

I was very sorry to hear about Aunt Sandy's passing - please accept our deepest condolences . I am grateful to all of you for the many times we visited Ft. Smith, for your hospitality and for the opportunities we were able to spend time together during important family moments when I was growing up; lots of memories to cherish.

Sincerely,

The Mason-Rivera family (Stew, Leslye, Alex and Elenita)
Santiago, Chile.

Linda Spradlin

1 mayo , 2021

Sandy had such a wonderful laugh and personality we really got to be great friends when we were living on South 25th in a duplex down the street from her and Jerry while we were building our home in liberty Oklahoma when I think of Sandy I just see joy and I know that she is experiencing the ultimate joy that we all have. Faith that gives us hope that we two will share May she rest in peace.

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