OBITUARY

Wesley D. Stewart

February 4, 1986May 23, 2018

Wesley Dale Stewart of Carlisle, PA, formerly of Pascagoula MS, passed away May 23, 2018. He was born February 4th, 1986 in Ocean Springs, MS to the late Edward Beecham Sr. and his still living mother Linda Knowles. Wesley had a big heart and even bigger personality. He was very family oriented and loved spending time with his family and friends. He enjoyed the outdoors and meeting new people. Cherishing Wesley's many living memories is his fiancée Alyssa Hernandez of Carlisle, PA. His loving brothers Nathaniel Beecham of Baton Rouge, LA; Patrick Beecham of Lexington, Tenn; Jason Beechan of Long Beach, MS; Leland Knowles of Biloxi, MS; Joshua Knowles of Lucedale, MS and David Griffin of Mechanicsburg, PA. He'll forever be in the hearts of his sisters: Racine Peterson Steele of Wyandotte, MI; Julia Davis of Moss Point MS; Lacie White of Lebanon, PA; Amanda Knowles of Lebanon,PA; Wesley will be forever missed by him many, nieces and nephews, relatives and dear friends. preceded in death by his step father Aubrey Leland Knowles II, grandmother: Gloria Knowles and Aunt Ellen Knowles.

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Wesley D. Stewart

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Phyllis James

June 16, 2018

GONE FROM OUR SIGHT
BUT NEVER FROM OUR HEARTS.

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Kelly Mallon

May 28, 2018

Wesley was one of the most loving people I have ever met. From the first time I met him, I was struck by how open and caring he was. I'm not the friendliest person in the world, and in general I don't usually like people, but Wesley was impossible not to like and even love. He had a laugh that was infectious, once that man got going, everybody in the room was laughing with him. It didn't even matter if you knew what was funny or not, that laugh was just enough to get you going. I would give so much to hear that laugh again.
I never had a brother, but I would happily call him mine. In my heart he will always be my family.
I love you Wesley. I'm so sorry things turned out this way. You taught me so much about love, family, and forgiveness. I only wish I had given more back to you. I will always hold a spot for you in my heart until we meet again and I hear that laugh and get one of those giant bearhugs that only you can give. I know death is not the end, but it sucks here for the people you left behind. I miss you, and I will see you on the other side, brother.

FROM THE FAMILY