Rev. Dr. Larry Stewart

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Rev. Dr. Larry Stewart

July 03, 1958 - February 06, 2019

Rev. Dr. Larry Stewart Reverend Dr. Larry Stewart died Wednesday, February 6th, after a courageous battle with ALS. He died as he lived his life with unwavering faith, the strongest of loves, and a gentleness that assured the most troubled heart. Larry was born on July 3, 1958 to Jessie Lou (Crawfordsville) and Alan H. Stewart (deceased). He has a brother, Steve (New Ross) and a sister Marta Sweek (Crawfordsville). He has many nieces and nephews.
Larry was married to Debbie Brinley on December 19, 1981. They have three children, Michael (Susan) Stewart, JesAlana (Greg Thomas), and Nathan. They have one grandchild, Alan Jan Landon Stewart.
Larry was a graduate of DePauw University, Duke University, and Christian Theological Seminary. He held a doctorate in Pastoral Counseling and volunteered his services at St. Thomas More clinic in Mooresville. He served at churches in Lizton, Vincennes, Hanover, Indianapolis, and Plainfield. He worked as a chaplain for a hospice company and at St. Francis Hospital. Wherever he served he brought the peace of Christ and that love and peace is magnified today as Larry is welcomed home.
Services are at Carlisle Branson Funeral Service and Crematory, Mooresville Feb. 11. The viewing is from 4-7 p.m. The service will follow at 7 p.m. Reverend P.T. Wilson will officiate. A children's chat will be given by Larry's son, Nathan. Please visit www.carlislebranson.com to sign Dr. Stewart's online guestbook.
Published on February 8, 2019
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Father John Mannion ...retired Director of Spiritual Care ( St. Francis)
Feb 09, 2019
Larry was hired by me at St. Francis and even today I would have hired five Larry's! He was loved by the staff, gentle, kind, and give you the shirt off his back..all out of love even to a stranger. I am a better minister having known Larry. My prayers and thoughts are with you Debbie and the entire family.
Jodie Bond
Feb 09, 2019
I’m so sorry to hear of Rev Larry’s passing. I was a member of Abundant Harvest when he served there. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.