Shawn Eugene Stewart
Date of Birth: May 23, 1964
Date of Death: November 11, 2020
November 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm - Spring Hill Cemetery
Shawn Eugene Stewart, 56, of Huntington, passed away at home on Tuesday, November 11, 2020. He was born on May 23, 1964 in Huntington, WV, a son of Carol Wheeler of Huntington. He worked at Piedmont, US Airways, and was the founder of Stogie’s Inc. He was a Marshall University alumnus, and he loved going to Marshall football games with his daughters and grandchildren. He was a loving father, granddaddy, and spouse who always put his family first. He was proceeded in death by his grandmother, Jean Rainey; his grandfather, Charles Rainey; and his brother, Michael Wheeler. He is survived by his wife Beth Thompson Stewart; his daughter’s Ashley Stewart, and her partner Jason Eastham, Lauren Stewart, and her husband Patrick Miller; his niece, Kayla Wheeler, and three grandchildren Avery, Adalyn, and Benjamin, and many friends and family. Graveside services will be held 1:30 p.m. Monday, November 23, 2020 at Spring Hill Cemetery. Klingel-Carpenter Mortuary is assisting the family. Family Guestbook at klingelcarpenter.com
From: Johnda Lane Thompson Nov 16 2020 5:29PM So sorry for the loss of Shawn, for my Best Friend, Carol & His Family, Friends that Loved him Dearly. May He Rest In Peace.
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From: Mike Waugh Nov 16 2020 6:49PM Love, prayers and condolences to the Stewart family. Shawn was such a truly nice person who loved his family unconditionally. I will miss his surprise calls about stuff happening in the family and just to talk. Sorry I won’t be there for the service, but Katie will be there. From: Richard McAuliffe Nov 16 2020 7:47PM I had the pleasure to work with Shawn at US Airways in Scranton Pa. He was such a kind, and caring person. My condolences to your family. He will be missed. From: Kyle Ingle Nov 17 2020 9:28AM Saddens me to hear of a fellow guitar collector and music enthusiast passing away this year. He was a great man and always a joy to be around. My heart goes out to his family. He always spoke very highly of them and his eyes always lit up when talking about them. They’re all definitely in my prayers. From: Charlie Robinson Nov 17 2020 4:17PM To the Stewart family- I will miss Shawn so much, he was a great man. He spoke highly of all his family members and truly loved being a father and granddaddy. You are all in my prayers during this time. From: Isaac Powers. Nov 17 2020 5:26PM Shawn was a wonderful person in so many ways. We enjoyed great times working and living in Baltimore. The days hanging out after work while he took care of his first born were some great moments for both of us.
I'm sending prayers to Beth and all of his family. He will be sorely missed.
Until we meet again, Go Herd!
From: Friday Simpson Nov 19 2020 11:01AM What a great picture of Shawn. I told him how good he looked in that shirt. I will miss not seeing him, and still so hard to believe I won’t see him as I did. My love and my heart felt sorrow to the whole family. ?????????? From: Nikki Stiltner Blissett Nov 19 2020 2:09PM When I first met Shawn he was just a youngster telling me how much he loved Beth. He has continued that love for her and their family all these years. He was such a great guy and will be missed by so many but most of all his family. I won’t be able to make it to Huntington next week but my next visit I hope to see everyone. Love and prayers being sent for all of you??