Let the memory of Charles Wayne Stewart be with us forever
  • 69 years old
  • Born on October 12, 1945 .
  • Passed away on July 14, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Charles Stewart, 69, born on October 12, 1945 and passed away on July 14, 2015. Charlie passed peacefully at his home today and is being welcomed by his heavenly father.  We will remember him forever.

Charlie was a beloved father, grandfather, husband, uncle, cousin, friend.....  he will be forever missed by our loving family and friends.

Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary
200 West Beardsley Road, Phoenix AZ  85027 
  MONDAY July 20, 2015
   9am - Visitation
  10am - Memorial Service
  11am - Graveside Service 

A luncheon will be held directly after the service at the home of Kerri McConnell Tanner.

24034 N 80th Avenue. Peoria AZ. 85383

North of Pinnacle Peak, East of 83rd Avenue






Posted by Ronnie Stewart on 13th October 2017
Happy Birthday brother, i thought of you all day and played your guitar. Love you and miss you.
Posted by Dick Craft on 12th October 2017
Missing you and thinking of you often. You were a great friend and brother Charlie.
Posted by Dick Craft on 12th October 2016
Missing you on your birthday. I still think of you often brother. I have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and have started treatment, not fun as you would know. Catch you later.
Posted by Christine Lone on 18th July 2016
He will forever be missed!
Posted by Doug Stewart on 17th July 2016
Uncle Charlie was always there for me when I had hard times as a young man Charlie was there and always helped me get back on my feet you could always learn something from charlie which always made him fun to hangout with every time I look at my son Charlie I think of my uncle charlie
Posted by Dick Craft on 14th July 2016
I still miss you and the friendship we shared for so many years. I think of you often and with fond memories.
Posted by Sandy Stewart on 21st February 2016
I Love and Miss you Daddy!
Posted by Ronnie Stewart on 12th October 2015
well, I played a couple old country songs on your guitar for you today. love you and miss you.
Posted by Wanda Mace on 7th August 2015
Ray and Wanda feel privileged to have known you and you will be missed up here on the mountain.
Posted by Quinn Ledbetter on 18th July 2015
No one can prepare you for a loss; it comes like a swift wind. But take comfort in knowing that Charlie is now resting in the arms of our Lord. A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept our deepest condolences to you and your family he will not be forgotten. <3 Ryan, Quinn, Aurion & Belle!
Posted by Ronnie Stewart on 17th July 2015
Thanks for being a great brother, and all the life lessons you taught me.I will miss you forever.Hug Gerry and Mom and Dad and uncle Ray for me. When I get there we will show Ole' Hank how its done. Love ya with all my heart.
Posted by Jeff Holly on 16th July 2015
On behalf of Local 359 I offer our sincerest condolences to the Stewart family. Charlie will be missed.
Posted by Pat Montroy on 16th July 2015
My deepest condolences to the Stewart family and to all who had the pleasure of meeting Charlie. To this day I remember Charlie and Jack coming down to the hall for a cup of coffee on their way somewhere and Charlie began to sing a little country song... What a great singer he was. Charlie you will be missed rest in peace my friend
Posted by Dan Chacon on 15th July 2015
Kerri, my condolences to the Stewart family and friends. Charlie was a great guy, he used to stop by the union hall occasionally to have a cup of coffee, read the newspaper and shoot the bull with other local 359 members. He was always willing to help and loan out his tools for anyone in need and he will be missed by his union brothers and sisters. Rest in peace Charlie.
Posted by Allan Hollmann on 14th July 2015
My deepest condolences to both Sandy and Donna. My prayers and thoughts will be with you today. I'll always remember the way Charlie could strum a guitar and sing a song. Although we haven't seen each other in years I still had a place for him in my heart. Charlie you have left this world way to soon. Until We meet again my Friend "rest in peace".
Posted by Kerri Tanner on 14th July 2015
Family and Friends... .it is with heavy hearts that my sister and I create another website of tribute to an uncle.... there are so many memories and times we cherish of our childhood that include our uncle Charlie. Please add stories, tributes, photos... or just stop back here to see updates for services.

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