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Stuart E. Halliday

Glenview, Illinois

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rest in peace good friend. We played a lot of music at adler house and here in Brevard during your last visit.

Stuart was my cousin and I first got to know him on a trip to Chicago when I was 15 and he was 45. He was like the big brother I never had. He introduced me to fine art, folk music, racquetball and so much more. We became fast friends, regularly writing letters, sending postcards, and drafting emails across the miles. I cherished his candor,humor,intelligence, and friendship. I know he was a very private man and I feel honored to have had the privilege to be a part of his inner world. He...

Today, I am especially thankful for a 13+ year friendship. A gentle and kind spirit with a witty and wonderful sense of humor. I wish I had saved all the notes and Emails-the thoughtful words that painted the perfect pictures. Stuart touched my head and heart. I will miss him.

Today, I am especially thankful for a 13+ year friendship. A gentle and kind spirit with a witty and wonderful sense of humor. I wish I had saved all the notes and Emails-the thoughtful words that painted the perfect pictures. Stuart touched my head and heart. I will miss him.

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Stuart's Obituary

Halliday, Stuart E. Age 70, thirty year resident of Evanston, passed away on August 16, 2013. Born in Chicago on June 7, 1943, he graduated from Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California. He worked for many years at Northwestern University as a staff assistant. A talented folk and blues...

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