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Stewart Trese Obituary
Stewart Trese left his earthly body and joined his savior, Jesus Christ, in heaven Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014. Funeral: 1 p.m. Saturday at Altamesa Church of Christ, 4600 Altamesa Blvd., Fort Worth. Visitation: The family will receive visitors at noon. Stewart was born in Fort Worth on Dec. 13, 1990, to Dr. Thomas Trese and Karen Trese. Stewart loved and was loved by his large extended family and will be greatly missed. Stewart was an exceptionally bright young man who did very well in school. He attended Hill School of Fort Worth, graduating as valedictorian in 2009. While at Hill School, he participated in National Honor Society, Key Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and varsity tennis, as well as receiving recognition as a National Merit Commended Scholar. He amassed 230 hours of volunteer service around the community, finding that the more he helped others, the better he felt. Upon graduation, Stewart accepted a scholarship to Texas Christian University, where he majored in marketing and minored in Japanese. There he was active in the Brothers Under Christ Fraternity. He had been accepted into the Neeley School of Business and had been participating in career and networking conferences. He planned to graduate in the summer. His ultimate career goal was a marketing position with a company having a presence in Japan, where he could put his fascination with all things Japanese to good use. Stewart was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ralph and Virginia Trese, with whom he was very close. He and Virginia Trese shared the same birthday and they were often celebrated together. Survivors: Mother, Karen Trese and husband, Chuck Cotteleer; father, Dr. Tom Trese and wife, Dianne Trese; sister, Courtney Rodriguez; brother, Jeff Jones; brother, Steve Trese and wife, Julie Trese, and niece and nephew, Claire and Jackson Trese; sister, Megan Trese Mack and husband, Zachary Mack; stepbrother, Colin Knox and wife, Ellen Knox, and niece, Pepper Knox; and numerous uncles, aunts and cousins.
Published in Star-Telegram from Feb. 7 to Feb. 8, 2014
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