Raymond “Robby” Stewart

Robby would like to let you know that as of November 19th, 2020, his work here is done. We think he did it to avoid going into another year like 2020! But really, he received a call, a sort of an offer you can’t refuse, for an appointment from which he will not be returning. This assignment comes with a huge sign-on bonus, a reunion with family and friends he has not seen in a long time. Job security is exactly 110 percent. His new mission takes him to a wonderful place where he will be socializing, laughing and cracking jokes. Music, laughter and love are guaranteed. Robby will keep his fashion sense going, bib overalls, boots, hoodies, and radical hair! We’re sure he will be the life of the party at Jesus feet! The food is delicious, and he will be eating until his heart’s content. He left detailed instructions for his wife and girls here to carry on his wit and humor. They are also to love everyone they come across and help anyone who needs it, just as he did. His legacy will live on in his 5 beautiful daughters and sweet wife Tracy. Let’s be honest, I’m sure he’s happy to get rid of their chaos! Although he will be missed, the imprint he left on everyone around him will be treasured forever. We will all see those crazy moments of Robby as his girls grow up and mirror their daddy each day.

Robby was born on June 16, 1979 to Lillian Wingler and Robert E. Stewart Sr. He married the love or pain of his life, Tracy Skinner on April 4, 2008. He loved his 5 girls more than life and was a wonderful father to them. He was an active member and lover of The Bridge Church and helped anytime the need arose. Typically you would find him standing out in a crowd with orange, pink or blue hair with a pair of bib overalls and boots on. Friends will tell you that he was one of a kind! Robby was always cracking jokes and had everyone laughing. His laughter was contagious! He didn’t know a stranger but would help one in a heartbeat. Not only strangers could count on him but his friends and family could count on him to help with whatever issue they had; vehicle problems, odds and ends done at their homes, driving them somewhere or just giving them kind words of friendship. Robby will be missed by so many in his community as well as many places across the states!

Robby is survived by his wife Tracy, their 5 girls Makayla, Kaeleena, Keara, Kenadie, and Lilly. Two sisters Gina Calloway-Stevens, Kim Shanklin (Mike), two brothers Robert Stewart Jr, Brian Stewart, his stepmom Patricia Stewart and his mother-in-law Georgeanna Skiner. As well as his best friends Donnie Fields, Larry Orndorff and Jake Fancher. Robby is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Robby was preceded in death by both of his parents and his father-in-law. Celebration of life will be Saturday December 5, 2020 at The Bridge Church 1901 8th Ave with Pastor Billy Joe Henry officiating. Visitation is from 10am to 12pm with services beginning at 12pm. Cremation and arrangements handled by Griener Funeral Home.

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