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July 21, 2018

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April 1, 2017
To Elaine, Gena, Victor and Family, we extend our heartfelt condolences to your family. We have fond memories of your husband and father, as my Sunday School teacher and our neighbor. Praying that the Lord will be your comfort at this time of loss.
March 31, 2017
Condolences to the family and church family.
we will keep you in our prayers
March 30, 2017
.Our sympathy goes out to the Stewart family
May you feel the kindness, love and warmth of those who care for you.

We will always remember the expression of love and kindness7 that
was shared with the Gough and Coleman family during the loss of our
Mother Evelyn Gough.

May God Bless each one of you,
Fielding & Joyce Coleman



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March 29, 2017
I have known Bishop Stewart and his family for years during my days of fellowship at Greater Bethel as a young child. I was good friends with one of his grand daughters. They treated me like family, I had went on a few family trips with them in the past, fun times indeed. Pastor Stewart was a wise, playful, & fun loving man of Christ Jesus. From my perspective, with the help of the Lord, he did his best to live this life trying to help anyone that he could through the gospel of Jesus Christ. He will be greatly missed. Prayers and love to his precious wife Lady Elaine and family.