Ann Estelle Stewart
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Ann Estelle Stewart
  • June 1, 1944 - August 29, 2017
  • Southlake, Texas

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Ann Estelle Stewart of Southlake passed away on August 29, 2017. She was born June 1, 1944 in Marfa, Texas to Henry John (HJ) McBride and Dorothy Anderson McBride. And grew up in Alpine, Texas where her parents owned a Western Auto Store and a Motel. After graduating from high school, she attended Sul Ross University and then graduated from Baylor University. After college graduation, she went to work for IBM and was a manager there for several years. After 25 years there and a reduction in force, she worked for a long-term staffing company for about 17 years. Being a workaholic, after that she concentrated on her home-based business of writing technical resumes and working with aspiring authors on such things as acquiring copyrights, checking for grammatical errors, inserting pictures, footnotes, page numbers, index, and formatting for the printing company’s requirements.



On December 27, 1967, she married Billy Paul Stewart in Alpine, Texas. She is survived by her husband; children William Ervin Stewart and wife Shawna of Roanoke, Paul Mack Stewart and wife Denise of Fort Worth, and Darrin Brent Stewart of Cedar Park, and grandchildren Ashley Estelle Stewart, Johnny Stewart, Grant Stewart, and Daniel Stewart. She is also survived, by her sister Nina Lee Bartley and husband David; niece LeAnne Cluck and husband Jacob. Also survived by nieces Pam Brown & husband Kris, Donna Machen and husband Wayne.



Visitation will be held from 6-8pm on Thursday, August 31, 2017 at Foust and Son Funeral Home in Grapevine. Funeral Service to be at the funeral home in Grapevine at 6pm Friday, September 1, 2017. Service to be officiated by Chaplain Mike Shreve , with a brief burial service officiated by Jackie Auvenshine next day at Victor Cemetery, Erath County, Texas.