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Mildred Jane Stewart
02/12/1922 — 05/04/2011
From Kennewick, WA, US | Born in Louisville, KY
Mildred Jane Stewart
MILDRED J STEWART
Mildred passed away peacefully at Legacy homes in Kennewick on May 4th 2011. She was 89 years old. Mildred was born in Louisville Kentucky on February 12, 1922.
She married Paul W. Stewart on September 27, 1947. They then moved to Richland WA, where they started their lives and raised four beautiful daughters Mary, Deborah, Carol, and Barbara.
She was active in Rainbow for girls, Eastern Star and was also an active member at Richland Church of Christ. The most important thing in her life was her family. She is survived by her sisters, Betty Davis, Barbara Deppen, and her brother Jim Deppen, her children Mary Rhodes Larry, Debbie Sutter Paul, Carol Keenan Bob and Barbara Zahn Bobby. She had 8 grandchildren and 11 Great Grand Children whom she loved dearly.
She was preceded in death by her husband Paul W. Stewart and two brothers William and Bobby Deppen.
The Family would like to Thank all the wonderful Staff at Legacy Homes in Kennewick for the excellent and compassionate care Mildred received in their facility.
There will be a viewing on Saturday May 7th at Einan's funeral home off of the Bypass Highway in Richland from 1-5pm. Funeral Services will be held on Monday May 9th, at 10 a.m. at Einans Funeral home 915 Bypass Highway Richland, graveside to follow.
In Lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center at 7350 W. Deschutes Ave, Kennewick WA 99336.
What a beautiful and loving lady Mrs. Stewart was, I was blessed to know her during my high school years. She was always full of grace and love for us Rainbow girls. Rest in Peace, lovely lady. God bless you, my friends, the Stewart girls Debbie, Carol, Barbara and Mary.
We are so sorry for the loss of our friend Mrs. Stewart. Debbie had the pleasure of knowing her for almost 40 years through their involvement in Rainbow, first when Mrs. Stewart was her Mother Advisor, and then through the years when we were lucky to help her work with Richland. Mrs. Stewart’s love for the well being of Richland Rainbow and all those many girls whose lives she affected will not be forgotten. Our prayers go out to her family and many friends and we will miss her very much.
My deepest condolences go out to the family. I was a great admirer of Mildred Stewart and of her husband Paul. I worked with Mildred in Rainbow Girls and she had a great presence of pride and strength. I believe that my success in Rainbow was a direct result of her leadership and direction. She will be sincerely missed.