Earl Royce Stewart
Earle Royce Stewart - December 28, 1930 - June 7, 2020 - It is with much sadness the family of Earle Royce Stewart announce his passing on Sunday, June 7, 2020 at Northumberland Hills Hospital. A beloved father, cherished grandfather and adored great grandfather, he leaves to mourn, his children, Dianna McCulloch (Nova Scotia), Wendy Jibb (Cold Springs) and Fred (North Carolina). He is also survived by siblings, Muriel, Donnie, Ray, Audrey and Diane. Predeceased by wife, Bertha and daughter Velma as well as siblings, Alice, Roy, Neta, Vernon, George, Freddy and his best friend, Stanley the cat.
At his request, there will be no service. Cremation to take place with ashes to be scattered in Nova Scotia. A special thank you to the nurses on 2B and Palliative at NHH and St. Elizabeth’s Home Care for their care, kindness and compassion in his final days. For those wishing to make memorial donations, please consider Northumberland Humane Society.
A great man has left us to join his wife, Bertha Laura (ROSS) Stewart, and daughter, Velmna. He has been a great influence on me over the years.
Our Sincerest Condolences to your families at this difficult time. We were very fortunate to have known Earl. He was a very kind and loving man. Earl will be greatly missed.
Steve and Sandy Yorke
This man was a great made I grew up with his daughter Wendy jibb in her foster home he didn’t treat me different in any way just because I wasn’t his biological grandchild he treated me just the same spoiled me just the same as if I was one of his own. He will be missed by so many and his wife and daughter will be happy to see him. But sad he left us all behind. Xoxo Earl was and always will in my heart god bless Rest In Peace and may you your wife Bertha and your lovely daughter Velma. Watch over us all and keep us safe and strong. My condolences to all his loved ones friends and family
My condolences to all Earl's family. May he rest & peace & your memories carry you through. I will miss visits with Earl on Stewart Hill. Love Olla Jean
Olla Jean Kennedy
So sorry to hear of Uncle Earl's passing. Please accept our deepest sympathies on your loss. We always enjoyed seeing him on his visits to Nova Scotia. Take care. Sincerely, Lori and Darrell Hill Earl's nephew by his sister Audrey
Lori Smith Hill
I will always remember our trips to Nova Scotia for Thanksgiving on the hill. He kept me laughing most of the trip. He will be greatly missed. Wendy, Fred and your families, you are in my thoughts.
So sad to hear of Uncle Earl's death. He was always at our family get togethers & enjoyed our washer toss games. He was like our Mum, young at heart. Our condolences to Wendy, Fred & families.
Karen & Terry Barker
So sorry to here of Earl's passing. Always enjoyed his visits to Stewart Hill for thanksgiving.
Frank & Marian MacKay
Wendy and Fred hugs to you and your families.
I enjoyed working with Earl at Gaines, always there to help you, and have the odd beer with him on Thursdays at Kelly's or the legion.
Wendy, Fred and your families, my heartfelt condolences to you all. I have such wonderful memories of Earl and Bertha. We had a lot of good times at the trailer many years ago. They were so good to Don and I’ll be forever grateful for that. I’m sure Life wasn’t the same for him when he lost “Mother” and then Velma, but he’s with them now. Thinking of you all now and know that I can feel your sorrow.RIP Earl❤️
May you Rest In Peace, Uncle Earl. You and Aunt Bertha will be in the hearts of family and friends.