Georgia E Stewart

July 7, 1949October 4, 2020

Georgia E Stewart, age 71, of Bedford, Ohio passed away on Sunday, October 4, 2020. Georgia was born July 7, 1949 in Cleveland, OH.

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  • Memorial Service

    Friday, October 16, 2020


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Roland Stewart

October 17, 2020

On behalf of the entire family, I am the oldest son born to Ms. Georgia. We are all grateful for all of those who came out to the memorial service; who prayed with and for us; and for those who encouraged us along the way. We are so very grateful for Pastor Ron Williams and the whole Mt. Zion Fellowship church family who hosted us on Friday. What a very nice Celebration of Life it was for us the family of our beloved Mom, and Sister. My mom was worth all of the love that you all shared and showed. She loved upon each of us and we are so glad that she was a gifted to us by God. She was that authentic gift that has made us all better while bringing enjoyment.

Please keep us all lifted up in prayer. We love you all...

Terron Sumpter Sr

October 16, 2020

Mama G will be missed, thank you to my brothers for allowing me to share Mrs Georgia. Continue to keep her memory and light as you walk knowing she is doing just fine.

Gloria BrownWoodford

October 15, 2020

Will miss you Georgia. Rest in Peace.

Kathy Boyd

October 15, 2020

Damiyan, Roland, Wendell, and the entire family I am sending you my continuous prayers in the transition of your Mom and my friend Georgia. She is greatly missed. Our friendship goes back 40+ years. Georgia loved God and she wasn't ashamed to tell anybody about it. Georgia invited me to come visit her church over 26 years ago. Her invitation lead to my salvation and a wonderful change in my life, and I'm sure to many others.
Now she's singing with the angels. I can hear her telling us "it's going to be alright". Be encouraged.

Denise Lewis

October 14, 2020

My Condolences to the Family of Georgia Stewart...
Georgia was in my Sunday School class, with me in the choir, and during 2020 she was my text and phone friend. She encouraged me and kept me positive throughout everything she was experiencing! Her smile reached through the phone! I will miss our talk time, yet I know God has received our smiling angel to sing in His Heavenly Choir!

Shelia Jones

October 14, 2020

To Roland, Wendell, Damiyan, and family of my precious friend and sister-in-Jesus, Georgia. Georgia and I have been friends since Empire Jr High School through Glenville High School until now, around 57 years! Even though most of those years I lived in other states we kept in contact by phone or short face to face meetings with our friends and at reunions, etc. She was a very special woman who loved the Lord and her family. We always had time for each other and knew we could count on each other for support in our seasons of life. In recent years I had the honor of talking and praying with her during her illness. I loved Georgia and she would always tell me she loved me too. I am sad, but rejoicing because she is no longer in pain!

Shirley Leggon

October 13, 2020

To one of the sweetest spirits I know Georgia you were loved by all that knew you I remember the times that you came and visit me in the hospital, we had lunch together on a couple of times and I really enjoyed your company, you were always there for me you kept up with me and shared your love with me you will truly truly be missed and youโ€™re always in my heart ๐Ÿ’œ Prayers to the family and friends and all that knew her. rest in heavenly peace my dear sister I love you ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ˜‡

Ruth LaMar

October 13, 2020

Such a wonderful soul. Worked with Georgia at the Post Office & at the โ€œQโ€. I have only fond memories of our times together. She definitely be missed.
My deepest sympathy to her loved ones.

Brenda Perkins

October 13, 2020


Nicole Palmgren-Webb

October 13, 2020

Oh how I miss Miss Georgia. She so graciously judged many state pageants that I directed and I loved getting to know her over the years. She was an encourager to me, to the contestants, and Iโ€™m sure anyone that had the pleasure of talking to her. I absolutely loved her smile and her sweet distinctive voice. โ€œWell hello Miss Nicole!โ€, she would say with her big smile, like I was the only person in the room. She was great at making people feel so special! Then I would start singing โ€œGeorgiaโ€ to her and she would close her eyes, smile and start dancing. I wish we had seen each other in Killeen like we had envisioned. She told me her sweet nephew lived there, like I did at the time. She adored her family and God. Oh how God radiated through her! She was the light in the room and people always gravitated to her. So many of us from the NAM pageant have been sharing special memories of her on our Facebook pages. We all love Miss Georgia โค๏ธ


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