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M. Stewart webMyra Stewart, of Lakeside township, Isle, MN died on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at her home. She was 65 years old.

MEMORIAL SERVICE will be held 11:00 A.M. on Saturday, January 30th at Holden Lutheran Church in rural Isle, MN.

VISITATION will be 1 hour prior to the service on Saturday, January 30th at the church.

Myra Sophia Stewart was born September 16th, 1944 in the Beulah area of North Dakota. She grew up the youngest of six children in Driscoll, ND on the family farm.
At 18 she left and moved to Minot, ND, where she met and married her husband Laird Stewart on September 5th 1964. They moved to Colorado Springs, CO where Laird was stationed at Fort Carson. In 1968 they moved to Fargo, ND where they lived until September 1989 when they moved to Minnesota.
Myra worked at Castaways Resort in Malmo, MN from 1990 to present as a waitress/bartender. She made many friends in the Mille Lacs Lake area, Fargo and greater Minnesota. She precedes her husband Laird, son William and daughter-in-law Debra of Fargo, daughter Tara and son-in-law Christopher Johnson of Isle, grandchildren Rosalyn and Noah in death; and her brother Raymond and wife Connie of Missoula, MT.
She had a great sense of humor and always had a story or joke for her friends and family. We will miss her greatly!
Myra was preceded in death by one son Duncan Alexander, her parents Wilhelm and Sophia Wiedrich, her brothers Milo, Douglas, and Lawrence, and her sister Delphine.

3 thoughts on “MYRA STEWART”

  1. Laird, William and Tara; I’m so very sorry to hear about Winky (she was never Myra to me). I just can’t believe that she’s past. My prayers are with you all. I wish I had kept in better contact. Can you believe; I was just talking to Dave about making a trip out to see you guys in the spring when the sap started to run. I’m sorry I can’t make the service on the 30th because of work, but I am going to try to switch with someone. Please take care and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I love her very much, and have many regrets about not seeing her more often.
    Please let us know if there is anything we can do.


  2. My sympathy goes out to you all Laird, Tara, Rob and the kids. I remember enjoying a good meal at her table and the black powder rifle shooting in the back yard afterwards. I am sorry for your loss. Take Care.

  3. Dear Laird,

    Please know that our prayers and sympathies are with you and your family at this time.

    Ed & Sharon

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