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I first personally met Stu in the summer of 2012 when he was hospitalized for a lengthy period. I had known Carolyn for sometime and had heard much about this special guy in her life. When I saw them together at the hospital, it was very clear that this couple were true soulmates, the soul of the soul of each other, the two halves that make the whole. Stu impressed me with his steadiness, his lucidity and his quiet courage. I was so pleased to have been able to supply him and Carolyn with assorted DVDs for their viewing pleasure when Stu was able to return home. My disappointment was that I was not able to convert Stu to become a fan of sci-fi despite his viewing of some episodes of Babylon 5 and my offer of the entire Stargate series :-). Stu is remembered fondly by all those who met him, even for a short time. I know that Stu continues to watch over Carolyn and she is a truly special one-of-a-kind person whom I have had the great good fortune to get to know. May the angels always watch over her until she once again joins him for that sail away into the sunset in the Grenadines.
To my dear friend Carolyn - Though we were in and out of touch over the past few years, reconnecting with you and Stuart again was always on my mind. I was so surprised to hear of Stuart's death. What a tragedy. Although we only met a few times, it was clear to me that Stuart was a gentle soul. You and Stuart shared something really special. Cherish those wonderful memories of him and he will live on in your heart forever. God Bless.
I had the priviledge of meeting Stuart and Carolyn in their home in late August I marvelled despite their challenges how welcoming they were to me. As a casemanager responsible for Stuart's care at home I was amazed at the strength and courage they always showe in the face of adversity. I was priviledged to be there with Carolyn when Stuart died and the love and support Carolyn gave him in his final hours and throughtout his illness was remarkable. He knew he could die with dignity and in peace, the suffering was finally over. Thank for letting me share such a special moment with you Carolyn despite the sadness at his passing it was all so truly beautiful and an experience I will never forget.
I met Stu and Carolyn in Barbados when they came for one of of their many visits to the island that they both love. They were my clients, and became my friends. I will never forget Stu's gentle and sweet personality, which was the perfect compliment to Carolyn's vivacious one. Carolyn, my heartfelt condolences go out to you. I know that you have lost your best friend and your soulmate, but we know that Stu is finally comfortable and smiling down on us. I will miss you and remember you always Stu!
Well Carolyn, the first time I met you I knew you were special, so it only stood to reason that Stu would be too. No question you both picked winners. Your eulogy left no doubt that you were both blessed. I, like others, feel privileged to have known Stu and to be your friend. And thanks for the momento.
M.R. (Mitch) Vlad
My heart goes out to you and the family at this difficult time. May the pain that you feel now, in time, be replaced by the fond and humorous memories of Stu in his prime. Huge hugs.
Cousin Stu,

Aunt Fran's beloved nephew.

We remember him with smiles and laughter. He was there for us when times were tough. We remember all the family Christmases and back yard barbeques. He was also the only cousin who loved my cat.

I also remember his visits to New Brunswick. Stu was always willing to try new things,I introduced him to a New Brunswsick delicacy, dulse (dried seaweed) and he thought his east coast cousins were trying to poison him.

Thank you Carolyn for taking such good care of him.


Barb and Marg Gass Fredericton, NB
A golden heart stopped beating,
hard working hands at rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us,
He only takes the best.

I will miss you. Vicki (sister-in-law)
Stuart was a really warm and genuine person, and he'll be very missed. Sending my love and condolences to Carolyn and family.
-Tyler Levitan
When I was a student at Carleton a few years ago, shuttling back and forth between Montreal and Ottawa, I'd stay with Stu and auntie Carolyn the couple of nights of the week I was in Ottawa. Each day, I'd get an email from auntie Carolyn that went something like this: "Hey niece, Stu wants to know what you want for dinner so he can have it ready when you get here after class". Every time, I'd arrive to Crocus Avenue and Stu would be cooking away, whisking sauces, baking things and concocting something delicious. He said he was happy to finally have someone to cook for who didn't eat like a bird :)

As some have said, Stu wasn't the chattiest guy, but he showed he cared with gestures like that, and those kinds of actions speak louder than words. He always made me feel like I was part of his family when I stayed at the house - a testament to the strength of his character and his class.
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