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Rev. Donald Stewart

by Press Release
March 31, 2017

Rev. Donald Stewart

HOLLISTON – Rev. Donald Stewart Born June 20, 1930, in Boston, Rev. Donald Stewart is the 7th eldest of 10 children child of Sarah Peterson Stewart and Charles Henry Stewart.

His siblings were, George Arthur Litthcut Jr, Pauline Marie Litthcut-Miller, Herman Stewart, Charles Stewart, Alice Stewart, Nathan E. Stewart Sr, Thomas Stewart, Florine Stewart and Joseph B. Stewart all pre-decease.

Donald had a lengthy career. He worked at Colonial Meat packing, where he was a salesman and delivered meat on a truck; then moved on to work at the MBTA as a train Starter and finally ended his career as a manager at Turning Point Homeless Shelter where he retired after a 12 year tenure. Those who encounter Donald know that he believed the Word of God and loves to share the good news to all whom he comes into contact.

Donald received Missionary Credentials from Presbytery Board of Missionary of The United Holy Church of America in 1959. In 1971 he received Certificate of ordination from Church of God and Christ, Inc. and Credentials of Ordination from Board of Presbytery of The United Holy Church of

America; He also received Certificate ofAffiliation with The United Holy Church of The World, Inc. in 1979. Donald moved from Boston to Holliston, MA in 1963, where he resided after more than 50 years.

He married Leola Stewart and they raised 4 children: Pamela Marie, Donald Mark, Steven Michael and Paul Matthew. Five Grandchildren, Marlyn Barros, Heather Harvey, Donald Harvey, Aleeya Stewart, Sierra Stewart, Savannah Stewart. Six Great Grandchildren, Marlyn Barros, Nakia Walton, Maxwell Griffin, Michaela Harvey, Gemma Harvey, Francesca Harvey.

There will be a Viewing on Monday, April 3, 2017 from 10:00 to 11:00am followed by Funeral Service at 11:00 O’clock at Bethel Pentecostal Church, 112 Humboldt Ave., Dorchester, MA 02121. Interment: Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne, MA. For online condolences visit www. rileyantoinefuneralhome. com.

 

 

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