Marvin L. Stewart

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Marvin L. Stewart

April 27, 1939 - October 11, 2018

Marvin L. Stewart Bud was born April 27, 1939 in Woodward, Okla. to Arnold David Stewart and Eva Jane Karns Stewart and passed away Oct. 11, 2018 after a short illness with colon cancer.
He grew up in Woodward and graduated from Woodward High School, where he played football and ran track. Bud received a scholarship to the University of Oklahoma in track. He held the OU indoor 3000 meter record for a number of years. Bud graduated from OU in January 1964 with an Industrial Education degree. He was inducted into the U.S. Army March 1964. He served two years active duty and six years in the reserves.
Bud married Ann Veatch Stewart in March 1965. He worked for Central Fixture Manufacturing Company in Edmond, Okla., part of TG&Y.
Bud is survived by his wife, Ann of Edmond and sons, David L. Stewart and Sharon Hall of Wyoming and John W. Stewart of Edmond. He is also survived by a sister, Rubie Campbell, and brothers, L. D. Stewart, and Jay Stewart all of Woodward.
Instead of flowers, please make a donation to the Stephenson Cancer Center of Oklahoma, 800 NE 10th St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104.
Graveside service will be 10 a.m. Oct. 20, 2018 at Pleasant Hill Cemetery west of Meno, Okla. with arrangements by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Helena, Okla. www.lanmanmemorials.com Facebook: Lanman Funeral Home Inc.
Published on October 11, 2018
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Kevin Williamson
Oct 12, 2018
I didn't know Mr. Stewart very well but John is a good friend of mine. I do remember that John called me one day and told me that they had lost a tree in a storm. I showed up to help get it down and cut it up. I thought we were going to have to tie Mr. Stewart up to keep him out of the tree. Being the supervisor was not good enough, he wanted to do the work. Good memory.
Darryl L Stewart
Oct 11, 2018
Fondest memories when uncle wilburn took uncle buds cigarettes away from him, they stayed in the desk drawer at the shoe shop for a while!
Rip Uncle Bud