Stewart Jimmy Spicer
”1981 - 2019”

    Stewart Jimmy Spicer

    Remember that people are only guests in your story
    the same way you are only a guest in theirs
    so make the chapters worth reading.
      Lauren Klarfeld

      Stewart Jimmy Spicer,
      38, passed from this life on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at his home in Kearney, MO.
      His unexpected passing was a shock to those that love him. Stewarts
      arrangements are under the direction of Paul Thomas Funeral Home, Miami, OK.
      Stewart was born to Louella McGinty and James Spicer on April 7, 1981 in
      Tulsa, OK. Stewart grew up in Grove, OK, where he attended school, played
      various sports and made many friends. He would grow into a man of the railroad
      industry. Stewart spent 14 years working first for Sperry Rail Service
      then later Rail Pros Field Service. After four and a half years with
      Rail Pros Field Service Stewart was promoted to the Canadian Pacific Field
      Supervisor position. Stewart enjoyed his work within the railroad industry
      and the people he worked with. Stewart was an avid outdoorsman. He enjoyed
      hunting and fishing along with spending time in nature in general. While
      indoors Stewart was an avid video gamer sticking mostly to sports games.
      Stewart is survived by his father James Spicer, of Wyandotte, OK, and
      sister Melody Cook, husband Greg, of Wooldridge, MO, along with numerous
      friends that were very dear to his heart. Stewart is preceded in death by
      his mother Louella, grandmother Nadine, grandfather Floyd, uncle Norman,
      aunt Lorraine; and cousin, Tommy.
      A celebration of life will be held June 1, 2019 at 11:30am at Honey Creek
      Area at Grand Lake State Park, shelter number 2 - 901 State Park Rd, Grove, OK.
      In lieu of flowers the family request donations to be made to the National Park
      Foundation or a conservation project of your choosing.
      Resource: Paul Thomas Funeral Home

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