Dave Stewart Death, Obituary – Sadly and unexpectedly departed away on May 29, 2023, at the age of 71, as a consequence of a horrific tragedy that took place on that day. For the past 47 years, Wendy Stewart (formerly Brett) has considered him not just her husband but also her best friend. a dedicated father to his four daughters, Melissa Roloson (Mark), Elizabeth Anderson (Mark), Heather Stewart, and Patricia Blyde (Phil). I am overjoyed to have seven grandchildren, two great-granddaughters, and to be the grandfather or paternal grandfather of two of them.
His siblings, Doug Stewart (wife Lynn), Graham Stewart (wife Josette), and Lyn Hancock (husband Gerry), are the ones who will carry on after David’s passing. His mother and father are both still alive. David devoted his entire professional life to the service and repair of motorcycles and small engines. He was the owner and operator of Connor Lawn and Marine for a good number of years before he retired from the business.
David had such a positive experience working as a school bus driver that he continued doing it after he had officially retired for an additional 12 years. He had a strong interest in fishing, NASCAR, and the NFL, but his family was the most important thing in his life. He was beloved by many people, and his loss will undoubtedly leave a significant void in their lives.
Visitors are invited to stop by the Brock and Visser Funeral Home in Woodstock on Monday, June 5, from 6 p.m. to 8 o’clock in the evening. The funeral home is situated at 845 Devonshire Avenue. On Tuesday, June 6, the chapel of the funeral home will be used as the location for a service, which will begin at 11 am. Guests will be received there from 10 am until 11 am. After the funeral service, the body will be transferred to the Woodstock Anglican Cemetery to be laid to rest.
Donations made in remembrance of a person who has passed away may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, the Ronald McDonald House, or another charitable organization of the donor’s choosing. The amazing bass player that we had in The Tourists, Eddie Chin, died away not too long ago. Rest in peace. This communication has been received from Dave Stewart.