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John L. Stewart

John Stewart

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John L. Stewart, 87 of Enola passed away January 1st, 2021.  He leaves behind his beloved wife, Shirley Stewart, sister Audrey Latchford, children Barbara Stewart and daughter-in-law Robin Smith, Jane Musser and son-in-law Mitch Musser and 4 grand dogs.  John loved breakfast with his buddies, hunting, fishing, watching old movies and listening to music.  He was a proud US Navy Veteran, serving in the Korean War, a lifetime member of AE\AOE Sailors Assoc., American legion, and Veterans of foreign wars.  A military service will be held at Ft. Indiantown Gap at the convenience of the family.

The Sullivan Funeral Home is honored to serve the Stewart family.


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  1. I could literally write a book with all the memories I had with you growing up. You and Shirl were such a big part of our lives as kids. You mentored Dad, me and my brothers when it came to hunting and fishing. The outdoors is such a big part of our lives and our kids lives and a lot of that is attributed to you and the time you shared with us. You and my parents did everything together. So many picnics, parties, vacations and holidays together with Joyce and Ed, Bev and Charles and all us kids. Seems like forever ago. Thanks for all you did for us. God speed and hug Mom and dad for me!

  2. Uncle John I will miss you so much just looking a your smile on this picture brings tears to my eyes. I would always ask him and aunt shirley for advise dealing with my mom and other parts of my life.
    Always keeping him update on my mom when I would have to take her to the hospital and thanking me for doing so. I would go down to there house and they would have magnets of the states they went to and I would say I went to do that also. And I now have magnets on my refregerator and I would always get him a duck figure when I was on vacation. Love you Uncle John and misss you. love linda.

  3. Uncle John, thank you for all you did for me, especially in my youth. When my Mom was raising me on her own, you and Aunt Shirley helped us so much. I remember feeling just as much as a family member as your own kid. I remember you wrestling around the living room floor with us kids before dinner time cause you and Aunt Shirley watched me when Mom worked second shift. We would try to beat you up with your own newspaper but you still got the best of all of us! I remember sitting at your table, and, boy you were a meat and potatoes man, and you always made me drink a glass of milk with dinner. I remember us kids climbing in the back of your station wagon to go somewhere and that was a big deal! Riding in the back of Uncle Johns wagon! You and Aunt Shirl were fundamental in my upbringing when I was a young girl and I thank you. Love you!

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