Charles Douglas Stewart, a beloved individual, has passed away on August 13, 2023. Born on December 31, 1945, in Ecorse, Michigan, Charles lived an extraordinary life filled with creativity and a unique sense of humor.
With an innate artistic ability and a passion for his craft, Charles thrived as a graphic artist at Ford. His creative vision and attention to detail were unparalleled, making him highly respected among his colleagues. Whether it was designing logos or illustrations, Charles had the uncanny ability to bring any concept to life through his artwork.
Beyond his professional endeavors, Charles possessed a warmth and genuine humor that endeared him to all who had the pleasure of knowing him. He had an infectious laughter that could fill any room with joy. His good sense of humor was not only evident in the jokes he shared but also in the way he approached life—always finding light even in the darkest of times.
When Charles wasn't bringing art into the world or lighting up rooms with his laughter, he indulged in his passions for golfing and traveling. One of his favorite places to visit was Myrtle Beach. Additionally, Charles cherished exploring the picturesque landscapes of Maine.
Charles was deeply connected to his family throughout his life. He was preceded in death by his father, Edward Stewart; mother, Verda Dingess; and sister, Lorhayne Weatherford. Their memories will forever remain etched in Charles' heart.
Charles is survived by his loving wife Sabrina Stewart. Their companionship brought immeasurable happiness to both their lives. Sabrina stood by Charles through thick and thin, embodying the strength and unwavering support that spouses share.
The legacy left behind by Charles Douglas Stewart is one of creativity, laughter, and warmth. He touched the lives of countless individuals with his artwork and wit, leaving an indelible mark in the hearts of all who were lucky enough to cross his path.
As we honor Charles' remarkable life and mourn his passing, let us also celebrate the memories we shared with him. Through laughter and tears, may his spirit continue to shine brightly in our hearts.
In accordance with his wishes, Mr. Stewart was cremated.
Messages of condolence may be sent to www.jones-wynn.com Jones-Wynn Funeral Home Inc. and Crematory of Douglasville is in charge of the arrangements. 770-942-2311