OBITUARY

Kenneth Dean Stewart, Sr.

January 14, 1944May 12, 2019

Kenneth Dean Stewart Sr. (Ken, Kenny Bob, Dad, Dean, Grandpa, Pawpaw, Coach Ken, Captain Stewart), born January 14, 1944 in Wichita, Kansas passed away on May 12, 2019 at home surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Barbara and his children Mike (Patsy) Stewart, Brenda (Kevin) Briles, Kenneth Dean Jr. (Abby) Stewart, Kellie (Tyson) Eschenbach, Kass (Lindsey) Stewart, Kyle Stewart, grandchildren; Cameron, Elizabeth, Rodney, Holly, Addison, Olivia, Jax and Conor, and 3 great grandchildren. There were many things in life he really loved, his family, being a police officer, playing softball, classic cars and Duke basketball. He earned numerous college degrees including a Criminology Degree and a Law Degree. Kenneth was a lifelong student and teacher. He loved coaching kids in sports, he raised pigeons and bees (and kids), he loved to have parties and smoke a hog in his smoker. He loved to garden, and he grew a mean fig bush! He loved attending car shows and making new friends. In lieu of flowers the family requests that you donate in his name to the charity of your choice. Haisten Funeral and Cremations 770-914-8833

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Pete & Patti McFarlane

May 17, 2019

Patti and I, are so sorry to hear about your and our loss. He was a great friend. We had many fun times trying to blow in those empty wine bottles, "Wine time"! and no P in the OOL!!

We had many great times putting a lot of bad people away, who really deserved it.

I am sure he is now resting with the Lord, guarding that great gate.

Be safe.

Love Pete and Patti

Susan & Randall Mason

May 15, 2019

Barbara & family,
So sorry to hear about Ken. Please know you all are on our hearts. I pray Jesus wrap His arms around you all with peace and comfort during the days to follow.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY