Stewart James Marble

Stewart James Marble

October 30, 1961 - March 16, 2011

Stewart James Marble

October 30, 1961 - March 16, 2011

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Stewart James Marble, age 49 of Columbia, died Wednesday, March 16, 2011 at his residence with his family by his side. Born in Carson City, Michigan, he was the son of the late James Marble of North Star, Michigan and the late Sharon Spear of Columbia, Tennessee. His Partner in Life, Randy Hepler of Columbia, survives him. Stewart loved to laugh, had a spontaneous spirit, and kept a positive outlook on life. He enjoyed being with friends and family and loved his many pets. In addition he is survived by his sisters: Lee Ann Marble Mills and Penny Marble Mims of Columbia; his brother: Dennis Marble of Lake Leelanau, Michigan; half sister Honnaya Marble King of Ithaca, Michigan; brother-in-law Anthony Mills of Columbia; step-mother: Diana Marble of North Star, Michigan; and several nieces, nephews and close friends. The family and close friends will celebrate his life Friday, March 18, 2011 with a private memorial. Notes of sympathy may be sent to the family at www.cremationsocietyoftn.com

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20 responses to Stewart James Marble

  1. Lee & Maggie says:

    Lee & Tony, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of sorrow.

  2. Olsen Family says:

    Stewart we will miss your friendship, kindness, laughter and your smile. You were a very good friend and I know everyone that met you, and got to know you thought so too. We are deeply saddened to have you taken away from our lives at such a young age but we are also lucky to have gotten to know such a great soul. God bless you Stewart, Randy and Stewarts family. We will miss you.

  3. Sorry for your lose we know he will be missed melody golden and Pam dollar and all the worker at Columbia big lots.

  4. To the Family Sorry for loss…i met Stew only a few times when he came up and visited his brother dennis…but those few times we all had a blast with him…he will always be remembered

  5. Tina Tomczuk says:

    Stewart was called home, but in exchange he left a gift of many memories. Memories are the legacy of love and he shared it with everyone. He will be truly missed.

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