OBITUARY

"Lynn" Cornellia G. Stewart

January 10, 1955July 29, 2018
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Funeral services for “Lynn” Cornellia Stewart, age 63 of Sylacauga, will be Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 2:00 PM at Curtis and Son North Chapel with Rev. Wayne McDaniel and Rev. Heath Webb officiating. Visitation will be held Wednesday, August 1 from 5-8 PM at Curtis and Son North Chapel Lynn passed away July 29, 2018 surrounded by all her family. She was preceded in death by her mother, Doris Smith; her father, Wilburn Brooks, her loving brothers, David Owings, Joe Owings and her very best friend Sandra Cleveland. She is survived by her loving husband of 36 years, Tommy Stewart; children, Johnny Compton (Candy), Robert Compton (Tabatha), Danny Compton (Wendy); Dana McDonald (Shane), David Compton (Susan), Linda Compton Turner (Randy); and her loving brothers, Hershell Brooks, Freddy Brooks, James Brooks (Sherry). She also has an abundant of grandchildren she is survived by, Josh Franklin, Dylan Osbourn, Trent Cashman, Jaron Compton, Glenn Compton, Hayden Compton, Danielle Thompson, Chase Compton, Justin Compton (Anna Beth), Melissa Hope Compton; great grandchildren, Cason Walker Compton, Eli Franklin, Henley Franklin Guy, Ryder Franklin; grandchildren, Kaytee Struzik (Josh), Klay Saxon, Karley Saxon, Mallory Parrish, Jordan McDonald, Kaylan McDonald. Also the loves of her heart, her babies, Rufus, Ziva, and Tebow. She was the most loving and giving wife, mother and grandmother. She loved and helped many. She loved deeply and completely with every ounce of her being. Pallbearers will be Justin Compton, Shane McDonald, Elijah Lockhart, Marvin Grier, Dylan Osbourn, and Gene Compton. Online memorials may be made at www.curtisandsonfh.com. Curtis and Son North Chapel will direct the services.

Services

  • Funeral Service Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • Visitation Wednesday, August 1, 2018
  • Burial Thursday, August 2, 2018
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"Lynn" Cornellia G. Stewart

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wanda and tony ogle

August 1, 2018

Sorry for your loss. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.
Tony and Wanda Ogle

Ginger Doss

August 1, 2018

I will start out by saying I met Lynn 35 years ago, She treated me like a sister from the very start, she welcomed me and my oldest daughter into her home...I will never forget the love and kindness she and Tommy showed us...We remained friends throughout the years sometimes going without talking for a few years...and Then a memory of her would surface out of the blue and I would call her...I was blessed with spending most of the summer with her in 2012...I will cherish those memories forever...As the family goes through this grieving process my prayers are with each and every one of you...

Cayla Pinney

July 31, 2018

I never actually met Lynn, but felt like I have know her forever! I have worked with Tommy for 5 years now .... if I never knew anything else about him, I knew he loved Lynn with every ounce of his body! He talked about her everyday and was so proud of her! From all the stories she was an amazing loving wife, mother and grandmother. She will be greatly missed by many!! She made a Georgia Cornbread that would make you go crazy! She gave me the recipe 3 years ago, although mine never turns out as good I will cherish it forever! Praying for strength and peace for the family.

Debra Moore Avant

July 31, 2018

I am so very sorry. I am at a loss for words. Lynn was my sister-in-Law for many years but more of a sister. We had many great times together & many memories I will always cherish. I'm praying for all of you that God will give you the strength to get through this and comfort you each day. God bless all of you and if I can do anything for you just let me know.

Barbara Jackson

July 31, 2018

I was deeply saddened at the news of Lynn's passing. I am so glad that we met, and shared time together. Lynn was special to me, and I will always
Remember her, and her sweet smiling face. I treasure our photos we had made together.
To Tommy & the family, I pray God will give you comfort & peace at this sad time. Treasure all the wonderful memories of Lynn, and think on these things. Memories will never die. As Christians, when we lose a loved one, it's not goodbye forever, but a little while. We will see our loved ones one glorious day, and what a reunion that will be! 🌷

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Biography

Funeral services for “Lynn” Cornellia Stewart, age 63 of Sylacauga, will be Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 2:00 PM at Curtis and Son North Chapel with Rev. Wayne McDaniel and Rev. Heath Webb officiating. Visitation will be held Wednesday, August 1 from 5-8 PM at Curtis and Son North Chapel
Lynn passed away July 29, 2018 surrounded by all her family.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Doris Smith; her father, Wilburn Brooks, her loving brothers, David Owings, Joe Owings and her very best friend Sandra Cleveland.
She is survived by her loving husband of 36 years, Tommy Stewart; children, Johnny Compton (Candy), Robert Compton (Tabatha), Danny Compton (Wendy); Dana McDonald (Shane), David Compton (Susan), Linda Compton Turner (Randy); and her loving brothers, Hershell Brooks, Freddy Brooks, James Brooks (Sherry). She also has an abundant of grandchildren she is survived by, Josh Franklin, Dylan Osbourn, Trent Cashman, Jaron Compton, Glenn Compton, Hayden Compton, Danielle Thompson, Chase Compton, Justin Compton (Anna Beth), Melissa Hope Compton; great grandchildren, Cason Walker Compton, Eli Franklin, Henley Franklin Guy, Ryder Franklin; grandchildren, Kaytee Struzik (Josh), Klay Saxon, Karley Saxon, Mallory Parrish, Jordan McDonald, Kaylan McDonald. Also the loves of her heart, her babies, Rufus, Ziva, and Tebow.
She was the most loving and giving wife, mother and grandmother. She loved and helped many. She loved deeply and completely with every ounce of her being.
Pallbearers will be Justin Compton, Shane McDonald, Elijah Lockhart, Marvin Grier, Dylan Osbourn, and Gene Compton.