George Ronald Stewart

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George Ronald Stewart

September 19, 1934 - September 30, 2018

George Ronald Stewart George Ronald Stewart was affectionately known as "George" to some and as "Ronnie" to others. He was born September 19, 1934 in Palestine, Texas to Milton Dudley Stewart and Alice Eilenberger Stewart. He passed away September 30, 2018 at the age of 84.

After graduating from Palestine High School, George went to East Texas State University in Commerce. Afterwards, George served honorably in the Air Force in Intelligence as a radio traffic analysist.

George married Mary Ann Collier and had 3 daughters, Carol, Brandy, and Leslie. Sadly, after 12 years of marriage he was widowed.

Ten years later, George met and married Melba Alsup Frazee. Melba's and George's children became a new close knit family.

George had a number of professions:
Owner of several businesses: BBQ restaurant, concession trailers, Abilene Disposal Inc.
Accountant for businesses including several builders
Worked in Criminal Investigation for the IRS
Realtor and rental property owner

While George had Alzheimer's, he was able to enjoy life and family until the end. For this we are very thankful.

George is predeceased by his parents and his older brother Dr. Milton Dudley Stewart, Jr.

George is survived by his wife of 37 years, Melba Stewart of Austin, sister Betty Boedeker (Willis) of Palestine, daughters Carol Beck of Abilene, Brandy Stewart of Austin, Leslie Stewart and her son Brandon Thornton of Cedar Park, step-daughters Selina Johnson (Dane) and her children Drew, Chad, and Deonna, Leiza Frazee (Ken) and her son Julian, and Rene Shaw (Bob) and her children Alyssa and Reagan, step-son Don Frazee (Theresa) and their children Raven, Rhea, and Rayne, and extended family and friends.

A memorial service will be held in Austin at a later date.
Published on October 4, 2018
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