Ronald David Stewart

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Ronald D. Stewart 51, went to his eternal home in Heaven on July 30, 2019. Ron was born February 14, 1968 in Sedan, Kansas. He was the son of the late Rachel Hawthorne. Ron attended Mesa High School. He worked at Frito Lay as a truck driver for 21 years.

Ron was a loving father, who loved going on vacations, camping with family and friends. He loved playing the guitar, playing video games and spending time with his family. Ron had a wonderful sense of humor and enjoyed joking with friends, family, and co-workers. Ron rededicated himself to his faith in Jesus recently and his faith was very important to him.

Ron was preceded in death by his mother Rachel, brother George, and sister Debbie. Ron is survived by his former wife Sheree, son Brandon and daughter Brittany.

Other surviving members include his brothers Dennis, Randy, Pete, Dan, Darren, Ben, and Stephen; sisters Krissy, Cissy & Becky; and by his step-brother's Namon, Gary, Kenny, David, Roger, and Bobby. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Ron loved his family and friends dearly especially his children. Ron will be deeply missed.
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Published on August 13, 2019
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Terri Hamilton, mother-in-law to Randy Stewart.
Aug 17, 2019
I rarely saw Ron, the last time was at his Mother's funeral. I do know that he loved his Mother very much as well as his family! Now he is with his Mother resting in peace. All is well! Ron, your life continues there and our lives continue here until we meet again. How glorious that day will be!
Tiffany Waller
Aug 16, 2019
Prayers and condolences, to your family may he rest in peace and the lord bring you comfort. ๐Ÿ•Š
Laura Crain
Aug 15, 2019
Ron and the entire Stewart/Hawthorne family have been a big part of my life for over 30 plus years and I have been deeply saddened when I was told about Ron's passing. So many memories, even when time and distance kept us apart, when we would see each other it was as though, no time had passed. I loved Ron and will continue to hold a special place in my heart for him and the entire family. Sending Love and hugs to Sheree and her children and please lmk if you ever need anything. Xoxo
Lisa Dixon
Aug 14, 2019
I always called him my โ€œother brother Ronโ€. My actual brother is named Ron, but me and my other brother looked more alike! He always had a smile and gave the best hugs. Iโ€™m so sad that heโ€™s gone too soon. May God bless your family and comfort you during this mournful time ๐Ÿ•Š๐Ÿ™
Danielle herman
Aug 14, 2019
They're are to many memories to pick from. Hard to believe I've known you since we were teenagers. Your laugh was infectious. And I miss all the shenanigans we all used to get into. Hug mom for me and shake papa's hand. Love you brother
Cecily Gallardo
Aug 13, 2019
I remember one Halloween on Julep Circle. I came home from Mahayla's neighborhood with a large brown paper bag completely filled. I remember, you were sitting in the computer chair in front of the TV. You had moved it, and the back of it was facing the front door. When I came in the chair spun around and you gestured to me to come over and pointed to the floor. I laughed and brought the bag over and dumped it out. You dug through it and got what you wanted. I was so happy to share with you.
I love you Ron. Thank you for all of the laughs and wonderful memories. I look forward to seeing you again. Love always your baby sister.