Leon Stewart

June 30, 1943September 5, 2019

Leon Stewart was born on June 30, 1943 and passed away on September 5, 2019.


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Leon Stewart

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Bonnie Grammer

September 20, 2019

I am supposed to share a memory, how can I share thousands and thousands of memories filled with laughter, tears and so very much
Love. We were blessed with loving parents who taught us to share our love to all who come in our lives and Leon did that any many ways from a stranger to babies (he loved babies) to a stray dog. Chet & I had many fond memories with Leon & Jane from cruises to just hanging out. I loved to be with them and wish the last few years I could have seen him more. I always thought that there was time to go see him and now my heart aches to know it will never be. I loved you Dear Precious Brother!

Kolene Causer

September 20, 2019

My precious Leon. You were the very best brother, you always brought me so much love and happiness. I miss you, Sweet thing

Lee Price

September 18, 2019

Traveled the highway with leon for many years. Best memory was leon taught me how to sail. We're in san Diego harbor and I'm sailing against the wind....had a few beers . Leon's kicked back with his eyes closed. All of a sudden, navy frog boats are upon us warning us to get out of the way of the aircraft carrier that was stationed there. That ship got very big, quick. RIP, Leon. My condolences to Jane and his family.

Donald Kintz

September 18, 2019

Remember Leon and Jane when we were all with Bekins many years ago last time I saw them was in San Diego across from the Air Port at the boat Docks stopped there a few years ago but could not find anyone who knew anything about them. Sorry to hear that he past may he Rest In Peace. Prayers for the Family.

Dsvid Gulnac

September 12, 2019

Thank you noel for all the good memories love you Jane

Cheryl Polhamus

September 12, 2019

I'm so saddened by the passing of Uncle Leon, he was a wonderful wonderful man who will be greatly missed. I know he's up there singing as loud as he can with the angels choir, I know that one day I will see him again. Until then R. I. P