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Steven Stewart

Steven F. Stewart

Wednesday, June 11th, 1958 - Friday, April 17th, 2020
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Obituary

Steven Frederick Stewart, 61, of Battle Creek, Michigan, passed away on Friday, April 17, 2020, at Bronson Battle Creek Hospital due to a massive heart attack. He was born on June 11, 1958, the son of Delwin L. Stewart and Nancy J. Maturen. He proudly served his country in the US Army.

Steve is survived by his mother, Nancy J. Maturen; daughter, Tamara (Michael) Peterson; 2 sisters, Valerie Havel and Loucinda "Cindy" (Tommy) Flamm; nephew, Jeremy (Harley) Flamm; 4 nieces, Jennifer Flamm, Patricia Stewart, Jordan Jackson, and Skylar Stewart; 2 stepsons, David Edwards, Thomas Boyer; 2 grandsons, Blake Stewart and Brenden Edwards; former wife, Becky MacEachron Stewart and former fiancée, Kim Leversee McNett; several childhood friends and friend, Larry Lewis. He was preceded in death by his father, Delwin L. Stewart; stepfather, James G. Maturen; brother, Scott Alan Stewart and former wife, Donna Lynn (Boley) Stewart.

He was an avid boater and fisherman. Steve was a NASCAR enthusiast and also enjoyed motorcycles. He had a really big heart, especially for animals. Steve loved his family and enjoyed cooking for them since he was an excellent cook.

In accordance with the family's wishes, cremation has taken place and a memorial service will take place at a later date.
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Becky Stewart

Posted at 09:58pm
From friend to husband to papa you will be missed ,may you be at peace now , we will now focus on all the wonderful memories we have of you. Love Becky and Brenden he will always be your ,( stinker butt )and buddy .
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Kim and Dan Cheesebro

Posted at 10:33am
Our love and prayers to the Flamm and Stewart families. We are so sorry for your loss. May Steve live on through this tree-Peace & Love to you all
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Danni Eberstein

Posted at 12:45pm
STEVE was an Amazing Friend! Always there to lend a helping hand I Will Miss our talks and texts He Loved My Kids and they loved Him!! He also Loved My Dogs Obe and Haus They thought he was a Special too! He used to make me Laugh Sooo Very Hard when he would show up on his riding lawnmower or snowmobile with a Big Smile on his face!!God Bless you SteveYou were Truly One of The Sweetest Guys I Know!! Peace be With you My Friendđź’™
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