SULLIVAN--Stewart, of New York, NY, died unexpectedly on October 28 at age 84. He will be forever cherished by Judith Alspaugh Sullivan, his beloved wife and best friend of 50 years; his daughter Karen Sullivan, and adoring granddaughter Willa Sullivan. A long-time New Yorker, he was born in Chicago to Humphrey Sullivan and Elizabeth Druce Sullivan. He graduated from Princeton University in 1949, where he was captain of the fencing team. After serving as second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, he joined Pfizer, where his work in International Labor Relations sparked his love of worldwide travel. He retired in 1993. He remained active in his field after retirement, but family was the center of his life. Gathering with loved ones over good meals, cooking, and baking brought him joy. He was a true NY Yankees fan, but remained optimistically loyal to his dear Chicago Cubs. He is also survived by his brother Humphrey Sullivan Jr. and wife Lois; his nieces; nephew; sisters-in-law; and great- nieces and nephews. Donations may be made to: Friends of Princeton Fencing, Attn: Diana Dreyfus, 330 Alexander St. Princeton, NJ, 08540.
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Published in The New York Times on Nov. 3, 2013