OBITUARY

Tristan Dale Stewart

February 4, 1985May 5, 2019
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Tristan Dale Stewart

February 4, 1985 - May 5, 2019

Tristan was adventurous, brave, tough, and honest. There was nothing he couldn’t do, wouldn’t do, or try to do. Tristan never said, “I can’t,” but rather would tell you, “I won’t,” in the blink of an eye. He stood by his principles and the time he spent with family was the moments he found most precious. He took on tough jobs that would often take him to some of the most out of the way places that few people ever get to go. Like the time he built fences over in Wheeler County.

He finally got on with BNSF Railroad with his dream job and became the “go-to” man on the Pampa-Panhandle Line. Tristan has accomplished so much during his life and lived a life only some can dream of. He could fix any engine, build any structure, and always thought outside of the box when it came to his projects. He worked with his hands, but more than anything Tristan worked with his heart. He loved as hard as he lived. He loved unconditionally and he was loved by everyone who came in contact with him. His smile lit up the room and his laughter was infectious. Tristan was always the best person to drink a beer with and talk about life. His fun filled spirt and wise words will be missed by all who loved him.

Tristan is survived by the love of his life, Raven Wagner and his four children, Chasley, Riley, Kemauri, and Kade. His parents, Robert and Beverly Huddleston. His sister, Taylor. His grandparents, Larry and Barbara Stewart. And his uncle Gordon “Ol’ Bud” Stewart. And many cousins, and friends.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, May 8, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, May 9, 2019

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ReDena Lanham

May 8, 2019

So sorry for my family today that hurts at the loss of this dear one. Tristan was my cousin, I didn't know him very well haven't seen him for a long time. I'm sad I didn't know him better.
My heart breaks for those that did and the loss will be tremendous. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

Ricky Nichols

May 7, 2019

I was SO lucky to have met Tristan at the ripe age of 5 months and be a part of his life for a few years as a child. It was such an honor to get to reconnect with him when he was about 20 years old and help him with the purchase of his first house. I will never forget getting to go with him to the house he wanted and approaching the sellers to make an offer, and then get him under contract for it. That smile was infectious , from the time he was born. Tristan touched my life in so many ways and for that I am grateful. I was stunned and saddened with the news on Sunday, but I know he is lighting heaven up with that smile. Beverly, Gordon, Larry, and Barbara, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time.

Ricky Nichols

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