Edward Stewart, 60, of Spring, Texas, suddenly and peacefully went home to be with the Lord in the early morning while sleeping at his residence on January 3, 2019. Edward, known to all of his friends as Ed, was a kind, loving, patient and dedicated person. Ed loved God and said that Jesus lived in his heart. He enjoyed attending the Chapel Home Fellowship and the church loved having him and very quickly accepted him into the fellowship. Ed absolutely loved dogs. He would play with dogs every opportunity that he had. He especially loved his dog Chelsea and Andrew’s dog, Boots and Bailey “Christmas Puppy”. Ed was originally from Indiana. Unfortunately, he lost touch with all of his family over the years and was unable to find them when searching for them. He had a son that he never had the opportunity to meet, but desired to meet. He had many friends in the Spring area. He was adopted into Andrew’s family a little over a year ago. He was considered family by Esdras, Karla, Andrew, Jonathan, Grandma, Daniel, Andrea, Matthew, Joshua and Julia. He always said that he loved Andrew and that Andrew was his brother. Others in the community also considered Ed a part of their families as well. He was close to Jack Hill, Toni Wisdom (Toni Girl), Vic and Harry and many, many others. Ed worked at a local bar for a while, iced down the beer at Vic’s store and worked regularly for Esdras and Karla. He enjoyed sitting on the bench that was on the store front at Vic’s. He would visit with friends there. Our hearts are broken that we have to say goodbye to our dear friend, Ed, but for those that know Jesus, it is a temporary separation. We will see Ed in heaven one day. We take comfort in knowing that Ed no longer has any aches and pains in his body and that his eyesight is now perfect. We know that he is in heaven right now with Jesus and probably dancing and having a great time. As Ed would always say as he would depart, “Ok, Hun, God bless.”
We love you Mr. Ed! You will be greatly missed and will forever be in our hearts and thoughts.