ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Gerald Stewart, who was born on April 24, 1961 and passed away on June 29, 2011. We will remember him forever.

Today we lost a grandfather, father, husband, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend - Gerald "Gerry" Stewart.  He passed at 11am at Casa Grande Regional Medical Center after a cardiac procedure.  This website will be updated with information related to services and arrangements.

Our family thanks you for all the support!


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This website is intended to be a living-memorial.... please add stories to the story page, add a photo, include a tribute if you wish!  Thank you all for sharing and being a part of Gerry's life!

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Memorial Services will be held at the Community Church of Joy, 21000 North 75th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85308, at 3:00pm on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011. 

Graveside service will follow at Phoenix Memorial Park, 200 West Beardsley Road, Phoenix, AZ 85027.  (Approximately 4:30-5:00pm)

Reception will be held at Local 359 2604 E Adams, Phoenix, AZ 85304.  (Approximately 6:00pm) 

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Wednesday Weather - Party cloudy, 10-20% chance of thunderstorms - low 89 - high 104.

Posted by Tom McDermott on June 29, 2011
Gerry was a friend a Brother, a happy soul.  My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. I will miss you greatly Brother. Bye Gringo Gerry!
Posted by Doug Stewart on June 29, 2011
Today I'm saddened by the loss of my uncle He always told me the truth whether I wanted to hear it or not for that I'll always love and Respect my uncle Gerry blessings to my aunt and cousins
Posted by Ernie Marshall on June 29, 2011
Dear brother jerry I will never forget how you took me in.... a guy from new york gave me a start in the arizona local you became my friend as well as a confidant. Will always cherish the times at the restaurant after union meeting R.I.P my friend
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Recent Tributes
Posted by Ronnie Stewart on June 30, 2022
Still missing you, keep thinking how different things would be if you were still here. Miss our talks.
Posted by Cheri Boer on June 29, 2022
I still can't believe you are gone. We talk about you all the time & remember you with love. You taught us so much during your short time with us. I hope you are in heaven with your brothers, parents, family & friends laughing it up and having a good ole' time. Love you Uncle Gerry!
Posted by pat montroy on June 29, 2022
Well brother it’s been 11 years now and we still are missing you. You would be proud of your nephew as he continues to build his TAB business. I will stop by to see you at the cemetery.
Recent stories
Shared by Judy Mcconnell on April 25, 2021
Happy 60th birthday GERRY love you so much and miss you . Often I think of you,

Gerry "Western States Council" Conscience

Shared by Erik Emblem on July 8, 2011

Gerry was the Conscience of the WSC, he was an advocate for the "smaller" local unions, constantly advocating for the 359 members and their families.   We will miss his wit and sense of humor in our meetings.  

"What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch, we may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you died, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget."

The CHAMPION in our lives.

Shared by Sid Hudson on July 7, 2011

 

Today we burrried a fellow colleague, mentor, friend, and beloved family member.
In my ten years of experience with Gerry, I learned lessons in professionalism as a UNION Sheet Metal Craftsman, union politics, and compassion for my fellow members of the working class.
I can not explain in words the weight I feel in my heart for our fallen brother but I do find comfort that the legacy he has left behind will act as a beam of light for our future. I believe this help us all heal in our loss.
Gerry sacrifised his every waking moment with the best interests of his union brothers/sisters and the labor movement at heart. He always lived as a champion for the greater good of Local Union 359.
Gerry has afforded me many opportunities as a professional but often reminded me of the importance of self realization and humility. I thank you brother for all those life lessons.
If GOD willing, I hope to meet Gerry in the next life, where I am sure he will greet me with a friendly smile, a firm handshake, and the words, "Hey brother! Nice to see ya! Come on in!"......Gerry, You will be missed.