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Ivan Stewart

Princeton, West Virginia

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March 3, 2018
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Princeton, West Virginia

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Seaver Funeral Home and Cremation Service - Princeton Obituary

Ivan Stewart, 66, of Princeton, passed away Saturday March, 3, 2018 at Princeton Community Hospital. Born October 30, 1951 in McRoberts, KY he was the son of the late Earl Stewart and Nebraska Newsome Stewart. Ivan owned and operated Stewart Caulking in Stafford, VA and was a member of the Church...

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I sure miss him and his posts. He was so lively!!!

I met Ivan on the internet. We became great coffee buddies and I looked forward to our daily posting exchange. He is deeply missed and I wish I had met him in person and had a few cups of brew together.

I will miss you uncle Ivan. You was there for my mom and us kids when dad passed. Your my pop. I will miss your smile and laughter.

Ivan is my very on little brother and I thanked God for sending him to me ! I was truly blessed . The angels came and took him home and now I'm the last one left. I miss you sweet brother !! Give Mom , Kathleen , Ezell , Thurman , Earl Jr. Gretchen , R.C. Darla and Sandra a big hug for me . I'll always miss you .

Will Miss you our brother and law rest in peace

Oh,Ivan,my friend for 50+ years. The first memory that popped in my head of you is that huge pile of onions that you were slicing to put on those delicious Al's steak sub's. I knew that would give you a good laugh. You were there for some very pivotal times in my life, from my first love Joey and I hanging out at Al's after school, to the birth of my son Shane and the last time I saw you was when I lost Johnny and Holly lost Billy. I remember us talking for a long time and it was the calm...

I wasn't fortunate enough to meet this man personally, but the years of online friendship is truly a blessing. RIP my friend you will be forever missed!

I run you're going to be sadly sadly missed. And even though we never met in person you gave me much joy had a very dark time in my life. I look forward to the day when we can clang our coffee cups together and finally meet each other. May God Bless. Always your friend.
Jim