Chris Stewart, age 78, a long time resident of Gladstone died on the 19th of July at St Francis Hospital as the result of a cerebral hemorrhage with her loving family at her bedside.
Chris was born in Milwaukee, WI. Nov. 1, 1929 and married Chuck Stewart November 1, 1952. Chris was employed at Badger Paint in Milwaukee, and after settling in Gladstone worked many years at the Delisle and Maulding Shoe Stores.
Survivors include her husband, daughter Mary, her husband Bill, son Craig, son Mark, a sister Terry, and step-father Jim Mendini, six grandchildren, two great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, a brother, and a son Chuck, Jr. killed in the Vietnam War.
In season, Chris enjoyed picking strawberries, raspberries, and wild blue berries. She enjoyed many happy hours working around her flowers, working cross word puzzles, reading, and enjoying music on her large collection of CD
We will miss Chris, she was such a nice person. That sly little smile of hers will be remembered fondly. Her and Charlie are wonderful neighbors. Two other of God’s creatures, of the four-legged variety will miss her as well.
We were sorry to read in the Escanaba Press that Chris had passed away. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.
Carl and Marilyn Olson
Palm Harbor, FL
Mary, Craig, Mark, Terry and families. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Take care and hold your memories dear.
I am sorry about your loss. My prayers are with you. I have happy memories about good times at Bass Lake Camp. My mother (Ellen LaPine) and Chris had happy times together as did my dad Jack and Chuck. Again, my thoughts are with you during this sad time.
Mr. Charles Stewart, You have my deepest sympathy Chuck. I remember Chris as being friendly, calm, and nice to be with. The LaPine (ne Patrick) clan will always remember her. Best Regards
To Chuck and family, we send our most sincere thoughts and prayers. We are so very sorry for your loss. Chris was such a sweet lady, and we always looked forward to seeing her when we visited Paquette Lake. We send our love to all.
Dave and Peg O’Neil
Thinking of you at this time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Your friends from Paquette Lake. The Kidd Family
Bill, Penny, JT and Josie