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1766 Franklin Boulevard
Cambridge, ON N3C 1N8
Phone: (519) 658-9366
Fax: (519) 658-4481
Frederick Stewart

Frederick Roy Stewart

Wednesday, January 20th, 1926 - Wednesday, May 20th, 2020
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It is with heavy hearts that the family announces the passing of Fred Stewart on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 with his daughter Kay by his side. He leaves behind his daughter Kay (Ken) Dugmore, granddaughters Kim Ferrier (Shawn), Karen Burdess, and great-grandchildren Chloe, Benjamin, and Emily Ferrier, Abby and Raewyn Burdess. Also left to mourn is his step-daughter Holly Neilson (Kim) and grandson Zachary Samenook.
Special mention to his nephew Bill (Nancy) Stewart. Many nieces and nephews in Nova Scotia and Ontario.
Predeceased by his first wife Gladys (Reynolds) and his second wife Gale (Schwartzentruber), his parents Margaret and William Stewart, brothers Don, Chalmers, William and Philip.
Fred was coal miner in Nova Scotia, professional boxer and police officer, Hespeler’s last Police Chief before amalgamation (1973) then finished his police career as a Staff Inspector with Waterloo Regional Police, retiring in 1986.
Fred was a great mentor to many young teens and especially new police recruits in Hespeler over the years!
A private family interment will be held on Saturday, May 23rd at New Hope Cemetery, Hespeler. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be made the Royal Canadian Legion Hespeler Branch #272 Poppy Fund in memory of Fred.
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  • Interment

    Location
    New Hope Cemetery
    Address
    235 Cooper Street
    Cambridge, Ontario N3C 2J9
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The From Family

Posted at 03:40pm
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Dave From

Posted at 03:36pm
Fred was always a friendly face growing up in Hespeler. I would always see Fred when visiting my mom at St Luke’s Place in his later years, and we would sit and talk. Fred was a good man. Our heart felt condolences to the family from the From family. The late (Bill) William and Betty From and Sons David and Chris And families.
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Bill and Bev Smyth

Posted at 02:28pm
We never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. The kindness that Fred and Gladys showed to us where we were new to Ontario and the Hespeler Police force will always be remembered and appreciated. Fred was a powerful and unique presence wherever he went and will be greatly missed. Our deepest condolences to Kay and all the family.
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Everette and Diny Hamilton

Posted at 10:24am
Fred was a great guy we have know him for years, will be sadly missed.
To the family
As you share your stories and memories hope you fi d comfort i the familiar embrace of the family strength in caring hearts of friends and peace in the healing power of time
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Marsha Hayma

Posted at 02:49pm
Fred Stewart, whom I loved very much, was my uncle. I looked forward to his annual visits to Pictou County , Nova Scotia, and will miss those visits from now on. We always seemed to connect when he came home. One favorite thing I recall is that as I was growing up, we had nicknames for eachother. I was Sarsha and he was Fifi. Guess I couldn't pronounce his name. I have to thank him for the encouragement he gave on my genealogy road. Love you Uncle Fred. From your neice Marsha Hayman. Xoxo
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