Charles Gordon Stuart

November 16, 1927August 31, 2020
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It is with heavy hearts that we share the passing of our beloved husband and father Chuck, on Monday, August 31, 2020, at the age of 92 years.

Chuck will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 38 years, Faith, children; Chris (Rosemary), Lynn (Dennis), Arni Nutting (Marilyn) and Paula, his brother Don (Barb) Stuart and his brother-in-law Clayton Hunt. He will also be lovingly remembered by his grandchildren, Patricia (Adam), Laurence (Laine), Fiona (John), Alison (Craig), Andrea (Travis), Zavier and Lexie and his 8 great-grandchildren.

Chuck will be fondly remembered by loving nieces and nephews; Cathleen, Sandy, Laura, Laurie, Peter, Greg, Cameron, Neil and Sarah. Chuck was predeceased by his parents, Alexander Gordon Stuart and Jean Ward Stuart, his first wife, Lorna Stuart, step-daughter Patricia Lynn Nutting and his sister Mary Patricia Aumonier. Chuck was born, raised and lived his entire life in Calgary, Alberta.

Growing up in Inglewood as a small child, and lived in various city districts through his life. After leaving high school, Chuck was a Lineman for Western Canadian Gas Company. He then joined the City of Calgary Police Department in 1951 and transferred to the Calgary Fire Department in September 1956. Chuck graduated from Western Canada High School, and then later from Mount Royal College in 1976 with a Business Administration Degree.

Chuck retired from the City of Calgary Fire Department as Fire Marshal in January 1987 with 30 years active service. Chuck, until recently, was active in the Masonic Order and a Life Time Member in Calgary 23 Masonic Lodge, serving as Master in 1976 and 1987, receiving his 50 Year Jewel. He was also an honorary life member of Crossfield Lodge #48, and Irricana Lodge #137. Chuck’s passion for the Masonic Lodge, mentoring new members and other concordant bodies took him on a journey through Scottish Rite the Tartan Degree Team, The Grand Lodge of Alberta, serving as a Deputy District Grand Master of Highwood District, District Deputy, and a longtime member of the Jurisprudence Committee. He was also former member Al Azhar Shrine Temple, participating in the Marching Patrol, Horse Patrol and volunteering in other groups with Al Azhar Shrine Temple. In his spare time, also helping his kids through Demolay and Jobs Daughters.

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Charles Gordon Stuart

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Yvonne Haldane

September 16, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. In time, may happy memories bring you comfort. I will always remember the "fun" times we all shared with Jim and Joyce. Yvonne Haldane

Darcy Coyes

September 4, 2020

My deepest condolences to Andrea , Travis and all the family and friends.

Laurence Lawson

September 4, 2020

I love you grandpa I'm sorry I shouldve been around more rest in peace. Till we meet again.

Rob Nicholls

September 4, 2020

Bro Chuck was my Masonic sponser in both joining Calgary 23 lodge as well as the AASR. I was honoured that he attended my wedding in 2010.
He was a good man with a great sense of humour and good heart. I will miss him.

Gene Johnston

September 2, 2020

My fondest memory of Chuck was how he always went out of his way to make Mona and her mother Peggy feel welcome at all the events. Mona will also have to find a new Scotch buddy !
My condolences to the family.

Leslie Saggars

September 2, 2020

We shared many nights in Lodge together starting with my initiation and you shared the light through the following years. Thank-you my Brother. Rest In Peace. Eda’s and my heartfelt condolences to Faith, Chris and family.

Barry Gurnsey

September 2, 2020

Rest in Peace my brother and my friend. Condolences to Faith, Chris and families.

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