E. Patrick Stewart

10 juillet 19764 février 2020

Sunrise: July 10, 1976 Sunset: February 4, 2020 Eaton Patrick Stewart of Bowie, Maryland, passed away Tuesday, February 4, 2020. Patrick is survived by his beloved wife, Christine; daughter, Elanna; son, Ethan; parents, Ethan Patrick Stewart and Beverly Rose-Marshall; as well as a large extended family.

Viewings will be held on Friday, February 21, 2020, from 2:00 – 4:00 pm and 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Robert E. Evans Funeral Home, 16000 Annapolis Road, Bowie, MD 20715. Funeral services will be held at 11 am on Saturday, February 22, 2020, at Trinity Assembly of God, located at 7800 Good Luck Road, Lanham, MD 20706. Interment immediately follows the service at Lakemont Memorial Gardens, Davidsonville, Maryland.

If you are unable to attend the funeral service for Patrick, you can live stream the funeral service starting at 10:30 am, Saturday, February 22, 2020 at trinitylanham.org. Go to the drop down menu on the upper right and click on live.


services précédents:

  • Visitation

    vendredi, 21 février , 2020

  • Visitation

    vendredi, 21 février , 2020

  • Visitation

    samedi, 22 février , 2020

  • Funeral Service

    samedi, 22 février , 2020


  • Graveside Service & Interment following the service


E. Patrick Stewart


William Mckinney

23 mars , 2021

Me and my boys were going to Takoma Station Jazz club and Patrick was security at the door. He asked me if I had ever done security and we exchanged info. I started bouncing for Patrick at various clubs around DC. Pat was a GOOD dude. He was reliable and loyal. His cousin lives in our neighborhood and my wife ran into her on a walk and she told my wife about Patrick`s passing. Even though I hadn`t spoken with Pat in quite some time, this hits home hard!! My condolences go out to his family. Rest in Power Big man!!!

Renee Lowe

22 février , 2020

This definitely hurts. There are not many words or flowers that can ease the pain of the sudden loss of a loved one. Patrick was a good man. I learned that working with him on planning his wedding. He was so detail oriented...it blew my mind. Most of the time, you don't get that sort of dedication from grooms. Lol...It's hard not to laugh when I think about it...but then I tear up at the same time, because I can't believe he's gone from this life. Although others may think he drove me crazy through that planning, I knew it was his love for Christine and wanting her to have the best wedding day. I assured him, everything would be fine and let him know you can't control every step in life. He realized this soon enough, when the big day came and nerves set in. He finally relinquished control and I never saw a happier groom and bride enjoying their day! Patrick pulled me to the side towards the end of the reception and thanked me for "putting up with him"...I laughed and told him..."this is what I do"...no apology necessary. We're actually cousins, through cousins...so we are family by association. I also understand the loss of a father, so my heart is with his children, especially at this time. Patrick, you will truly be missed!

Praying for you and the entire extended family, Christine.........Love, Renee

Justice Bethea

19 février , 2020

Its never easy saying goodbye to a good friend so this one really hurts because we were more than friends we were close like brothers. He was there for me when i needed him the most, just wished i could've been there when he needed me.
Thank you my friend, rest easy and know that you will never be forgotten.

Charles Hollman

19 février , 2020

I knew Pat for 20 years, and he was the funniest person I've ever known. The first time I heard him cracking jokes at the University of Maryland rec center I knew we would be friends. Pat played pickup basketball and would have everybody on the sidelines laughing at his jokes.

In 2001 I invited Pat to play video games with friends after the Xbox came out. Nobody could talk trash like Pat. We would play Halo for multiple hours on end, and did so for about the next decade plus.

Pat also worked security and would get me into night clubs all over DC. He would bring me to DC Live, Platinum, 2K9 and H2O. When John Legend came out with his first album, Pat brought me to see his concert.

And he also loved Jamaica. I saw Pat at the Baltimore Carnival, and he would always wear his Jamaican gear - representing to the fullest. He talked about Jamaican music, food and culture.

I would talk to Pat at least a couple of times a month and text any time I thought of a good joke. We had running gags that lasted two decades. Whether I talked to Pat for a couple of minutes or an hour, he always had me laughing. He had a sharp wit and a quick sense of humor.

Pat was like an older brother to me, and I miss him. I have a lot of memories of Pat, and they're universally positive. He was a good man, and I'm fortunate to have known him.

Vijay Pillai

17 février , 2020

We ask that you donate in honor of Pat’s memory and to aid his family in such a devastating time. We would greatly appreciate any and all generosity and support for the Stewart household, as well as your thoughts and prayers. 100% of the donations will go to an account for Pat’s wife and children to help fund his memorial arrangements as well as any household, medical, or educational expenses.


Earl Francis Jr

16 février , 2020

From the entire DREEM-TEEM family we miss you big guy... the news still have us all in shock.. not only were you our IT Tech but a friend to all of us, Earl, Monique, Jodi, Chad, Brian Derrick the list goes on.. we are praying for your family at this time... sleep well our friend Petrick (what we use to call you🙂) miss you man.

Camille Dogbe

15 février , 2020

I am still in shock of your passing! We called each other cousins due to our familial relationships and how we grew. We attended St. John’s and UMD together. In recent years, we bumped into each other at the grocery store or movies. Despite our distance, you were still my family. I have various memories of you but the one I spoke of shortly before your passing stands out most. We were getting lunch between classes in Stamp student Union. I was fighting bronchitis and on meds but refused to miss class. As we were all chilling, I went to get up and got really dizzy. You caught me and arranged for some friends to get their car and drive me back to my dorm. You looked out for me always and took care of those you cared for. I will miss your big bear hugs and smiling face. You were always happy and smiling despite what was going on. Rest well!
Love always!

Ronnyne Bannister

15 février , 2020

Patrick and I went to high school and college together. We've been friends almost thirty years. I can't believe we have to say goodbye to such a funny and witty father, husband and friend. Patrick thank you for all the years of laughter and one liners. I love you!

On behalf of his graduating High Point High School, we are all deeply saddened by the loss of Patrick and we are praying for the Stewart Family.

Christine, Elana and Ethan, if you all need anything, please let us know. Ronnyne

pauline mcglashan

15 février , 2020

Tea key Toe, we thank God for the short wonderful years we had with you. Your work was done so you had to go. You and Christine have two lovely kids ,as a fact ,was an exemplary father and husband, You created a Godly home and you have implanted wonderful seeds in your children, most of all you have and I know Christine and the village will continue to bring them with in a God fearing ,nurturing and loving home, We will be there for your Mom and Dad. Our village won’t be the same without you.
We love you, yes but Jesus love you more.
RIP my wonderful nephew.
"Shake your head tea key Toe" (Smile)

Madelyn Pressley

14 février , 2020

I only got to know Patrick for about 2 years, but he was ALWAYS smiling. The smile would get even bigger when I asked about his little ones. He was the IT person in our office and just a really nice, quiet person. We worked on different sides of the floor, so I only chatted with him when we needed his expertise, or about his kids. I always knew, he would fix whatever the issue.. fast and correctly. His first year, he and I were the only ones in costume on Halloween. He was a colonial pirate, with the eye patch, and black shoes with big silver buckles to my Crayola Crayon box.

My sincere condolences to his family. He was a terrific person to leave so young.

Dr. Madelyn Pressley
Bowie, MD