Stewart, Thelma

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July 20, 1922 - November 28, 2017

Stewart, Thelma

Thelma K. Stewart peacefully passed away on November 28, 2017 in Dallas, Texas.  She was 95 years young.   Thelma grew up in McAllen, Texas and moved to Harlingen after marrying her husband Ray Stewart of 62 years, until 2012 when she moved to Dallas, Texas to be with her son and daughter.

She is survived by Tish Stewart Fagan, daughter; Clifford Stewart, son and her loyal dog, Karma.  Her niece, JoAnne Noser and nephew, Carol Noser, of McAllen, Texas survive her as well.  Thelma is preceeded in death by our father, Raymond Stewart.

Those of you, who knew her and our family, know we are a sports family.  Mama and Daddy met when Daddy played for the Donna Cardinals baseball team.  After marrying, Thelma was the secretary of the Harlingen Capitols baseball team on which Daddy was the public-address announcer and official score keeper.  It is fitting mama should be able to celebrate the Astros World Series victory in heaven with our Dad, Raymond Stewart and their nephew Ralph Noser, as they were all huge Astros fans.

A private ceremony, with the family, will be held in Dallas, Texas with donations accepted at either the SPCA in Harlingen, Texas or the American Heart Association in her name.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252
214-306-6700

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Gerald Gathright

December 10, 2017 12:23PM

Your mom and dad were two of my favorite "adult" friends. We all share a lot of memories of our young fun days. Cliff and Tish...I wish you God's richest blessing during your time of grief.


Laura MEANS

December 10, 2017 9:12AM

Dear Tish & Clifford,
My sencere condolences . I have such good ,memories of your daddy and mama. Your mom called Lee before she moved to Dallas to tell her she was moving. Mom was very emotional about her leaving but knew she was going to a place she needed to. Love, Laura means


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