Myrtle Stewart

Shreveport, Louisiana

Aug 17, 1923 – Jun 24, 2016 (Age 92)


August 17, 1923
June 24, 2016
Shreveport, Louisiana


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Myrtle Lee Jordan Stewart (Pat)Myrtle Lee Jordan Stewart (Pat), beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, died peacefully on June 24th at the age of 92. Myrtle is survived by her son, Billy Edward Miller and wife Charlotte of Grand Cane, LA, grandsons, Kenny Miller (Guangdong,...

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Aunt Myrtle, you have been a grand and respected lady all of my life. You gave me so much in my life as a child in your home with so much love and kindness. You raised two fine sons, I couldn't wait to come to your house to see them. I'm sending my condolences to your sweet family.

We so enjoyed visiting your mother and Bro. Stewart in their home as well as at church. They were our official greeters for quite awhile. Loved her infectious smile and sweet spirit. My prayers are with you and your family.


Carolyn Hayes

Aunt Myrtle was always so full of sunshine when we would visit in the summer. Her and Uncle Henry always welcome each of us with open arms. Whether it was fishing at the pond, feeding the calves, toying with the Bulls in the pasture, summer was a time to look forward to going there. My heartfelt sympathy for the family at this time of need. Wish I could have been there. Now Aunt Myrtle lived the longest of her siblings, but once again they will rejoice together!

It is always hard to let someone we love go, but find peace that she has gone on to be with our Lord who will say "Well done my good and faithful servant." She has left a legacy and a piece of herself in all of you. I am so sorry for your loss and will pray for you all that you will be able to to carry on. God bless. (friend of Gail Johnson Boase)

Billy and family. I am so sorry for your loss.
It was a pleasure to serve this sweet sweet lady at Azalea Estates. I will never forget her smile. I will be praying for you all during your time of loss.

She was just such a precious lady!!! I loved to talk with her and listen to her sweet voice :) SHE LOVED HER FAMILY!! She would always say y'all were coming to see her :) I really did enjoy our coffee visits. I would go get her peanut butter cookies from the snack machine. It would have 2 cookies in the pack and she ALWAYS wanted to share with me :) JUST A LOVELY LADY!! Gone but never FORGOTTEN!!!

Aunt Myrtle was a happy kindred spirit.... I had the pleasure of spending many Summer's with her along with my sisters. It was always a joy to hear her memories of growing up in her hometown of Mississippi with my Momma, her baby sister Edna Jordan Johnson.... she had fond memories of there childhood that kept us so intrigued to hear more ...! She will be Truly missed by our entire Family!❤❤❤❤❤❤