Robert “Bob” Lee Stewart

In Loving Memory
Born:
December 14, 1935
Passed Away:
January 22, 2016

Robert Lee Stewart (Bob) born on December 14, 1935 went home to be with the Lord on January 22, 2016 at Littleton Hospital where he was surround by his family and friends.   He is proceeded in death by his loving wife Shirley Stewart.  He is survived by his four children:  Deborah Sue Blanchard, Harold Stewart and wife his Brenda Stewart, Ralph Stewart and his wife Debbie Stewart, Debbie Jean Myers and her husband Mike Myers, and grandchildren/great grandchildren.

Robert graduated from Sunrise High School in Wyoming.  After proudly serving the United States Air Force from 1954 to 1957 in Germany, he became a Denver Fire fighter from 1963 to 1989.  After his retirement from the Denver Fire Department he and Shirley moved to Las Vegas, were he worked security for Circus Circus for over 12 Years.  A couple of years after the passing of his loving wife Shirley, he then moved back to Denver were he always called home.

Robert will be missed by all that knew and loved him.

In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations to be made in Robert’s honor to the American Lung Association for COPD. 

 

7 Responses to Robert “Bob” Lee Stewart

  1. Debora Sue Stewsrt Blanchard says:

    Dad I miss you so much thank you for choosing to be my Daddy

  2. Judy and Jerry Medina says:

    Oh how we miss our dear, sweet Bob already. I treasure our shopping trips together in the spring to look at flowers while he was still feeling well. Every time I see a Tropicana rose or a beautiful pink tulip, I will think of him with tears in my eyes. I also loved our conversations about recipes. He enjoyed good food amd would tell me about a new recipe he tried. Jer says he will remember their conversations about German autos and their similar political views. They used to solve all the country’s woes together. We just adored this sweet man! Peace and love to all the Stewarts. He was certainly proud and loved all of you!

  3. Connie Dudden says:

    My condolences.

  4. Jan--judy medinas sister says:

    You will be missed, Sir. Rest well.

  5. Jan--judy medinas sister says:

    You will be missed. Rest well.

  6. Laureen (Medina) Gonzales says:

    Deborah, Harold, Ralph and families, So sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I remember him and your Mother Shirley as always having a group of kids in their home. Being involved with Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and raising chinchillas. Both of your parents were wonderful people and touched so many lives. You were lucky to have them and I was lucky to know them. I will think of you during this very sad time.

  7. Tony Berumen says:

    I worked with “stu” @ station 11,D.F.D. Enjoyed it very much, he was a lot of fun and we had a great time working together, he was a hard working and very fair-minded individual, god bless him and his family.

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