OBITUARY

Clint William Stewart

April 17, 1969June 6, 2021
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Clint William Stewart, age 52, of San Diego, California passed away on Sunday, June 6, 2021. Clint was born April 17, 1969.

A visitation for Clint will be held Wednesday, June 16, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Cypress View Mausoleum, Mortuary and Crematory, 3953 Imperial Ave, at S 40th St, San Diego, CA 92113, followed by a funeral service from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.

Clint was born in Bellflower California on April 17, 1969 to Richard Stewart and Darlene Dixon.

On September 1978, Richard remarried, and Clint was blessed with a second mother, Sherrie Stewart. Clint was raised in Westminster, California. He was the second child to four children. As a child, Clint was deeply invested in sports, including soccer, football, and baseball.

In 1988, Clint had his first-born child, Natasha Stewart. In 1993, Clint met Diana, and in 1994 they started dating. In 1999, Clint Stewart, II was born. In 2000, Clint married Diana and became a father to her children: Stephen Miske and Desiree Eselin. In 2006, Clint and Diana moved to San Diego, California to raise CJ and became very active in the Little League.

He took pride in coaching and encouraging kids in leader ship he loved living life in the moment. His hobbies included dirt biking, quad riding, camping, and working on projects around around the house.

Clint loved watching sports as we all know—the Dallas Cowboys and the Angels were his teams. He also loved helping people and spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.

Clint is survived by his mother Darlene Dixon, his parents Rick and Sherrie Stewart, brother a Sean Stewart, sisters April Schwartz and Shaina Perreira, grandfather Stanley Wright, his children Natasha Stewart and CJ Stewart, his step children Desiree Eselin and Stephen Miske, his wife Diana Stewart, 4 grandchildren. He also leaves behind a host of aunt, uncles and cousins.

Client will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, June 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, June 16, 2021

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Clint William Stewart

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April Schwartz

June 19, 2021

You will be missed by many. You impacted a lot of lives. I'm going to miss you and all our long talks. You were the best brother ever. Love you always and forever.

Stacy Forrest

June 16, 2021

Clint,

I'm sorry I wasn't able to make it to say good-bye. When we met you were the cute blond boy who lived across the street. Eventually we became boyfriend and girlfriend at the age of 15, and 3 years later we became young parents of our beautiful baby girl Natasha. Being so young our relationship did not last, but our friendship did. I could always count on you to make me laugh and sometimes cry. Anyone who knew you knew that they were going to be the butt of one of your jokes sometime. I could always get at least one fat joke out of you. And I knew I was in trouble if Tim was with you cause you guys were two sicko's trying to be comedians. The last time I seen was at your family reunion in 2018 and I don't think I've laughed that hard since. You and Shane were the life of the party. I'm going to miss your crazy ass. Love you, until we meet again.

Stacy

P..S. Give my grandma a hug for me.

Stephen Miske

June 16, 2021

Hey clint.I know are relationship was awkward at least.Over the years though I grew to care for you very much I know Im not a person to display my feelings.some people may think i have no feelings but i do.I loved you alot clint.We had some of the most disturbing laughters at some of the things you said that only you would say.Im glad we worked things out and will miss you man love you clint rip and be free man.

Diana Stewart

June 15, 2021

Clint Life will never be the same without you I am thankful for the 27 years we had together you definitely never let our marriage get boring I love you forever and thank you for the blessing of being your wife and CJ love you always Diana

Richard (Rick) Stewart

June 15, 2021

My Son “Mr. No Fear” So many memories some stand out more than others. My 1st is how you always wanted to know how to fix things in the garage always saying “I can fix it I can fix it” then take it apart and make it better. Like a lighter frame on his bike to make it go faster because he made it lighter. Your heart, you had a heart of gold always available to help needed or not. Always pushing yourself no matter how many cuts and bruises you got skate boards, bikes, motor-cross etc ski-do’s motorcycles etc. But the last memory is the best just hours before your passing. This will last the rest of our lives. You were so happy , no more pain and most of all you me and mom (Sherry) were fortunate to be able to share our very last words to each other which was “I love you to each other”. Clint you will always live in our hearts, and all those memories that we have shared will get us thru this. God Be With You Son. Mom (Sherry) and Dad

Diana Stewart

June 15, 2021

Valerie Dixon

June 15, 2021

Clint was one of my favorite people in this world. I have so many good memories of him. When I think of him, I smile. He will always be in my heart.

David Helmbrecht

June 14, 2021

Gone But Never Ever Forgotten 💫💫💫💫Glad to have Met You Clint 👍🏼👍🏼
Good Times & Memories with the Davis Family and the Stewart family on vacation & Seeing you at the Family Reunion a couple of years ago here Peyton Colorado ✨RIP CLINT ✨

Reva Campbell

June 9, 2021

Rest in peace Clint, Love you

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