OBITUARY

Stanley Stewart

February 14, 1939July 30, 2020

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved father, brother, uncle and friend Stanley Stewart on July 30, 2020 at Miner’s Memorial Manor in Sydney Mines. Born on February 14, 1939 to Russell and Elsie (Taylor) Stewart. Stanley was a quiet, man who enjoyed a simple life. He was a true home body. His favorite place was spending time at home doting on his cats or puttering around in the yard. His idea of a perfect outing was a walk down to his local legion for a glass with his buddies. Stanley remembered his younger days working at the Keltic Lodge with great fondness. Following this he worked until retirement as a miner, largely with the Prince Mine. Besides his parents Stanley was predeceased by one brother Gordon. He will be dearly missed by his daughter April (Wayne Johnston), brother Howard (Darlene), sister-in-law Margaret, nephews Russell, Gordie, Jimmy and Joe as well as many friends including George and Walter and April’s mother Patricia Stewart. A graveside service will be held at 2pm on Thursday at Brookside Cemetery. Memories and condolences maybe shared with the family by visiting www.fillmoreandwhitman.com. If desired donations in Stanley’s memory may be made to the SPCA. The family would like to thank the VON, the Northside General Hospital’s 2W & 4E staff as well as Karen & Dr. Kohlsmith and all of the staff at Miners Memorial Manor for all of the kindness and care shown to Stanley over the last couple of years.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, August 6, 2020

Memories

Stanley Stewart

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marcella obrien marcella453@hotmail,com

August 6, 2020

my thoughts and prayers to you and family my room is in the same floor as stanleys he ws a gentle soul i could alwaysget a laugh out of him miss seeing him every day a couple of days before he passes he was in great cheer he asked me were my cars was i told him i was driving it he got a laugh out of that somtimes i couldnt make him out but a lot of times i could he could always remembered my name and would always smile when i came for meals and waved and spoke to him the locdow was so hard o everyoe so i was really glad he got outside to be with you a couple of times before the end t was so fast and a shock when it happend God bless you remember the good times

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