James F. Stewart

Lititz, Pennsylvania


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James F. Stewart 2018Lititz, PA—James F. Stewart, 73, of Lititz, PA, passed away Saturday, February 10, 2018. Born in Canton, IL, he was the son of the late Mary (Putman) and James M. Stewart. Jim loved traveling the world. He enjoyed attending the opera in his free time. Jim was known as his...

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My condolences to Jims family and friends. Jim and I were in Navy Reserve Supply Corps together in 1980s. We remained friends through the years. Photo from our visit to Philadelphia (grave of Commodore Barry) in 2011. May Jim Rest In Peace. -Fr. Bill Muhm

My deepest condolences to the Stewart family. My late wife, Mona Jean, and I have known Jim and the Stewart family for many years. Jim was a good friend and will be missed.

Bob was a good friend over the years and we shared a lot of information on train travel, starting from the time we met at the University of Michigan. We were still e-mailing at the time of his passing. We were able to get togetherness from time to time and always enjoyed his photos from trips, whether in the US or abroad.

Jim Stewart & Bob Sandelman, Navy OCS, 1968

I just discovered that my friend, Jim Stewart, passed away recently. I am saddened by this loss and extend my condolences to his family. Jim and I were Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity brothers at the University of Michigan business school. We were roommates during our senior and graduate years (1966-67). We also attended Navy OCS together in Newport, RI and then were roommates again at Naval Supply Corps School in Athens, GA in 1968. Jim was also a groomsman in my wedding in late 1968. Jim...

James was a friend, neighbor, and fellow member of the First Presbyterian Church Bible Study High School Group. He will be missed by many. Carolyn Nickols

James was a friend, neighbor, and fellow member of the First Presbyterian Church Bible Study. We will miss him.

Jim was a wonderful guy who will be missed by all who knew him. There are members of the LCHS Class of 1962 welcoming him in Heaven. R.I.P.