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Terry Albert Stewart

October 16, 1947 — February 20, 2024

PLFUGERVILLE

Terry Albert Stewart, a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, and respected member of his community, passed away in Temple, Texas.

He was born in Hornell, New York, on October 16, 1947. Terry led a remarkable life filled with significant accomplishments and unwavering dedication.

Terry bravely served his country for 22 years in the Marine Corps, deploying to the Vietnam War. His military service was a testament to his courage and sense of duty.

In his professional life, he devoted 20 years of service to Boeing before retiring. His commitment and work ethic left a lasting impact on those around him. Terry's strong educational background included graduating from Savona Central High School and obtaining a Bachelor's degree (BS) from Columbia College.

Beyond his career and military endeavors, Terry found great fulfillment in various pursuits. He was proud to achieve the esteemed rank of 32nd Degree Mason in the Scottish Rite, belonged to the Moolah Shriners organization, excelled as a Toastmaster, and brought joy to many as a beloved Santa Claus for two decades.

In his personal life, Terry was a loving husband to Nancy Stewart for 45 years. Together they raised their children Jennifer, Christine, and Cathee with love and values that will endure through generations. Although his son Terry Albert Stewart II passed away in 1973, Terry found strength in his family including his ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Terry will be dearly missed by his sisters Lucille and Joyce, as well as numerous other family members and friends whom he touched with his kindness and generosity.

Terry Albert Stewart's legacy is not only one of professional achievement but also of deep love for family, dedication to service, and joy in bringing happiness to others. His memory will continue to inspire all who had the privilege to know him.

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