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Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home and Cemetery

12800 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX

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Billy Bob Stewart

12 janvier 194918 juin 2020
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A quiet, kind, gentle man was called back home on Thursday, June 18th, 2020 after a difficult struggle with complications from diabetes. Billy Bob Stewart (known as Bill later in life) was born on January 12th, 1949 to Flora and Bobby Stewart of Wichita Falls, TX. Being one of four (and the only boy), Bill’s younger days were filled with mischief and adventure around the family orchard. He attended Midwestern University on a tennis scholarship and then moved to Houston, TX to pursue a career in the oil and energy field. He worked for Petco, Q Services, Key Energy, and Energy Rental Tools before retiring in 2019. He enjoyed coaching his son, Ted, and daughter, Kate, playing soccer and later in life watching his grandchildren perform and compete in their various activities. An avid Cowboys fan, often you could gauge his mood by how well the Cowboys were doing that particular season.

Bill is preceded in death by his parents, aunts and uncles, nephew, several pets, and grandson. He is survived by his wife of 45 years Georgia, their two children Ted Stewart (Marlena) and Kate Boykin (DJ) and four grandchildren, Seth, Chasity, Alex and Maggie, his sisters Kathy Carr (Richard), Sandra Smith (Paul), and Becky Stewart, as well as several other family members.

Services will be held on Tuesday, June 30th, 2020 at 2:00pm at Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home, 12800 Westheimer Rd Houston, TX 77077 and streamed live on Facebook. Rest well, Bill Stewart, you are missed.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    mardi, 30 juin , 2020

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Lannas Barfield

juin 30, 2020

I grew up very close to Bill and his siblings and although we were cousins they were more like brother and sisters. We grew apart through the years because of living locations and just being busy with life but I will always have strong loving memories of our youth together. Bill's family are in my thoughts as you grieve this loss.
All my love.
Lanny

Kate Boykin

juin 29, 2020

Kate Boykin

juin 29, 2020

Kate Boykin

juin 29, 2020

Marilyn Milner Ratcliff

juin 28, 2020

I Was a cousin of Billy Bob's. Uncle Johnny was my dad from Jasper, Texas. He was my Aunt Gertie,s brother. We all had good times together when we came to Wichita Falls, Texas for visits. I usually spent the the nights at Flora and Bob's house because Sandra Kay was more my age. That was the good old days we all can remember.

So sorry to hear of the loss of Billy Bob. May God give your family strength and courage to get thru these hard times. May God continue to bless your family.

With our love,
Marilyn Milner and Milford Ratcliff

Terry Vanhuss

juin 25, 2020

Grew up with this man and there whole family from cousins down have to say I loved this man he will be missed

Kay Lewis

juin 25, 2020

So sorry for your lost. I played tennis with Billy Bob at Hirschi. Those are some of my best memories of high school. I know you will miss him. Thoughts and prayers.

Bobbie Wade

juin 24, 2020

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