McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home & Chapel

1411 Hunt Club Road, Ottawa, ON


Osbourne Altimont Stewart

March 12, 1951July 19, 2020

Unexpectedly in hospital, on Monday, July 20, 2020 at the age of 69 years. Beloved husband of the late Alma Stewart (nee Douglas). Loving father of Lisa Stewart. Dear brother of the late Carmen, the late Beuler and the late Iris and survived by Etlin and Danny all of Jamaica. Osbourne will be sadly missed by his brothers-in-law David Douglas (late Bethel) and Gordon Douglas (late Ruth), his many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Osbourne was also a long time custodian for the Ottawa Police Service, a time which he immensely enjoyed, and the family would like to thank them for the love and support shown to him over the years and also to them in this difficult time. The family will receive friends at McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 1411 Hunt Club Road (at Albion Road) on Thursday, July 30, 2020 from 6 pm-6:30 pm and 7 pm-7:30 pm. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, please call the funeral home between 8 am and 5 pm to schedule a time to attend. A private funeral will be held in the Funeral Home Chapel, followed by interment at South Gower Cemetery. A live stream of the funeral can be viewed on Friday, July 31, 2020 at 11 am at www.funeraweb.tv . In memory of Osbourne, kindly consider a donation to the charity of your choice.


  • Visitation (please call to schedule your attendace)

    Thursday, July 30, 2020

  • Visitation (please call to schedule your attendace)

    Thursday, July 30, 2020

  • Private Family Funeral - Live Streaming is available at www.funeraweb.tv

    Friday, July 31, 2020


Osbourne Altimont Stewart

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Margaret Gural

August 8, 2020

I am so sorry for you loss. Ozzy was a constant and pleasant presence at Greenbank with an infectious smile. If I heard a Sens game playing on Level 0, I knew Ozzy was at work. He is gone too soon.

Bob Cross

August 6, 2020

Ozzie with his good cheer and smile brightened so many of my days while working at the Greenbank Police Station. He did the same for many. I never heard him utter a bad word about anyone. His kindness and gentle smile will live in my memory and heart forever. RIP with our Lord whom I am certain is very pleased with you. Good bye my friend.

Jacqueline Lamarre

August 4, 2020

I pray that the Lord will be a quiet, comforting presence to the family during this difficult time, just as Ozzy was for me when I first started working out of Greenbank station in May 2016. He was not a man of many words, but I always knew that he was proud of me, and that he was looking out for me; it brought me great comfort knowing that he was around, even when I didn't see him. In the same way, in spite of the pain and sadness of this time, know that God is looking out for you and He is there even when you can't see Him. My sincerest condolences to the family. -- Jacqueline

Lynne Blondin

July 30, 2020

No words can describe the terrible loss felt by all who knew him. When I first met Ozzy at work, I found him to be a very quiet man. As the years passed, I got to discover his smile, the twinkle in his eyes and his laughter. I loved his Jamaican accent. I became used to his morning visits and our daily chats, teasing him about the Canadiens being the best team ever knowing he preferred the Sens. I don't know that he truly understood my love of cats, but he certainly endured, always with a smile, endless minutes of me talking about them. A great soul appreciated by all who crossed his path. Heavy-hearted now, but in time, thinking of him will bring a smile to all who knew him and loved him. I will miss you, Ozzy. Work will certainly not be the same without you ...

MJ Comeau

July 30, 2020

Your smile lit up a room and your laughter could be heard down the halls at work. I will miss our lotto winning chats, from one dreamer to another, I will miss you. Rest in peace Ozzie

Danny Fletcher

July 30, 2020

To know Osbourne is to love him.He had a warm and infectious smile that was so welcoming. His love and dedication to his family is admirable.I’m still at a loss for words has he left us so suddenly. My brother your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure..Rest easy my little brother, until we meet again
Your loving brother Danny

Mike Dosdall

July 30, 2020

Ozzy was a quiet man. He opened up a bit once he got to know you. He was always a fixture at Greenbank station, and he was with OPS longer than me! Most recently, we had short chats about his love of playing Lotto, and joking around about sports. A Colleague bought Ozzy a Leafs hat to wear, but I'm sure it looks as new as the day it was bought, since he likely never wore it! Go Sens, Go Raptors. Rest in Peace, Ozzy.

Lori Fahey

July 29, 2020

Wonderful memories of having the good fortune to get to know Ozzy at Greenbank station. Always so pleasant and kind, Ozzy was and will be, a man to be admired for his work ethic and wonderful spirit. He will certainly be missed.

Garry Allan

July 29, 2020

0sbourne was a great man I worked with Ozzie for several years
with the ottawa carleton district school board
we talked a lot of hockey and had a lot of great laughs
Miss you Ozzie
god bless
Garry Allan

Mark Ford

July 29, 2020

Ozzie will be sorely missed. He was a great member of the Ottawa Police family. For all of us that had the honour and privilege of knowing him, we are thankful and are richer because of this. We miss you and your larger than life smile, but we know your spirit will live on. Rest in Peace.