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April 22, 2014
Stu was a great friend. As someone else said, he would drop whatever he was doing to help a friend/neighbor in need. For many years, I counted Stu as friend and neighbor, but even after he moved to the other side of town... he was still willing to stop what he was doing to help.

Here is one of my favorite stories that included Stu from Thursday, November 13, 2008
The UN-DEAD Chicken....
This afternoon I was taking my youngest son to the eye-doctor to pick up his glasses. He ran out of the house as I gave my oldest daughter some instructions for while I was gone. Next thing I know, my son ran back in and said that one of the red chickens was in the "dumpster" {big trash can at the curb} and that it had laid an egg there. I said, "No honey... that's the dead chicken that daddy had to kill yesterday." He said, "No, it's alive, it's pooped and it laid an egg!"

I couldn't believe what he was saying to me. I saw my husband with the dead chicken. I saw him put the dead chicken inside of 2 Wal-mart bags and then he took it out to the trash. In fact, just 30 mins earlier I had thrown away some of the mail I had received that was trash!!

So, I followed him out to the trash and peeked in. Sure enough, there was a chicken pecking around with a pooped on egg!! I looked in there to see if there was a bag with a dead chicken in it,but no... there wasn't. The bags were in the floor of the trash can... the trash I had thrown in earlier was there, but the UN-DEAD Chicken was standing victor of it all!!

Shocked, I called my husband. DO YOU KNOW WHAT HE WANTED ME TO DO!???! Yeah, right... not happening!! They are his chickens. I told him I would leave it in there and if it was still alive when he got home, he could deal with it!!

I left to get my son's glasses. On the drive over, I decided to call our friend Stu. He answered the phone and I said,"Hey Stu! How do you feel about killing chickens?" He laughed and asked why. So, I explained the situation to him and he said he'd take care of it, which he did within the hour. Now we have a twice-dead chicken in the trash can. And, I'm praying that I don't have a nightmare about that silly chicken tonight!

http://pwnmom.blogspot.com/2008/11/un-dead-chicken.html

He was family to us. I can't tell you how many occasions and holidays we celebrated together (his family and mine). Now, I can only imagine that he is in Heaven and bouncing my two children that are there on his knee. We love and miss you Stu!! Our loss is Heaven's gain.
April 21, 2014
We became friends with Stuart and Deborah when we lived in Kansas and my husband was their pastor for a time. We have some good memories, and one of them that my oldest son still remembers is when Stuart played Goliath from the Bible story, “David and Goliath,” while standing on a chair to imagine how tall he must have been in a children's Bible study time. Boy was he big!! Stuart also liked teaching the children some of his expertise in camping, tying a knot, building a tent, etc. They were both faithful friends and members and did what they could to help….it's hard to think that they have both gone on to heaven now, but we will see them again. Linda, I'm glad that Stuart found companionship in you and am so glad to know that you made him happy. Please know that our prayers are with you, along with Matt and Danielle and God bless you and comfort you during this time. Mark & Laura Hensley
April 21, 2014
Sorry for your loss, but Romans 8:38, 39 says that nothing …. not even death is be able to separate us from God's love.
April 19, 2014
You will be missed. My condolences to Stu's family and friends.
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