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“You are always in my thoughts and how much I loved you. We had so many wonderful memories that we shared with my family. You were like a son to me...Read More »
1 of 32 | Posted by: carol ellis - Nashville, TN

“Mr. Stewart- I can't say that I knew you extremely well but thank you for all the memories that we got to share together, be it hitting golf...Read More »
2 of 32 | Posted by: Alex LeFevre

“Darlene and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Kemp at DGT and he always made me smile! He was one of the good guys and he will be...Read More »
3 of 32 | Posted by: Jan Allen - Vernon, CT

“I'm sorry for your loss, kemp will always be in our hearts, great guy! Ed ”
4 of 32 | Posted by: Edward Webb - willington, CT

“Family is so important and our hearts are saddened with the loss of Kemp. Praying that God with hold you all close and give you strength and peace...Read More »
5 of 32 | Posted by: Art and Joyce Miller - Burlington, NC

“Although we did not live close by, we always looked forward to your visits and phone calls. With the new technologies such as, Skype and Face Time,...Read More »
6 of 32 | Posted by: Kemp and Sylvia Stewart - NC

“Im so sorry for your loss. Kemp was an awesome guy and will be sadly missed by all. I grew up with the Stewart family and went to school with them....Read More »
7 of 32 | Posted by: Kathleen hartley - willington, CT

“To all of Kemp's family, We are so sorry to hear of his passing. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers now. He will be missed. Sincerely ”
8 of 32 | Posted by: Mark. Lorri (Lemire) and Brittany Kellner

“To all the Stewart family It is with extreme sorrow and sense of that I am feeling of the passing of Dear Kemp. I have so many wonderful memories...Read More »
9 of 32 | Posted by: carol ellis - nashville, TN

“My Kempy,Im so mad as I am writing this cuz you said "don't worry, I'm not going anywhere". All your little annoying habits and things you did to...Read More »
10 of 32 | Posted by: Darlene Stewart - Willington, CT

“My dearest brother Kemp, my heart aches knowing you are gone from me. You were my mentor for so many years. I always felt special when you picked...Read More »
11 of 32 | Posted by: Joy Stewart - Sister

“Darlene, Morgan and Zachary, Like so many, I had the pleasure of having Kemp touch my life. I meet him at JT Slocomb way back in 1988. He was the...Read More »
12 of 32 | Posted by: Thomas Lerch - Vernon, CT

“I worked with Kemp for many years at Dynamic/DGT/Smiths/Ge. We played softball together and golfed many times together. He was a fun guy to be around...Read More »
13 of 32 | Posted by: Dana Iversen - Coverntry, CT

“Darlene & Family I was so sad to hear and read of the loss of your wonderful husband, father & grandfather. I am a cousin to your Mom Joan and knew...Read More »
14 of 32 | Posted by: Sandra Hollay West - Vernon, CT

“we lived next to the family on park street and I watched all the kids grow up. I remember the day Kemp brought home his new car. I believe it was a...Read More »
15 of 32 | Posted by: billie charland basham - friend

“Shine on, you crazy diamond! ”
16 of 32 | Posted by: Ed Didan - Vernon, CT - friend

“Morgan On behalf of the RI College community and the School of Nursing know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Marie Wilks...Read More »
17 of 32 | Posted by: Marie Wilks - Providence, RI

“Darlene... Homer called me at work as soon as he heard, I had no words. It did not seem real. I am still shaking my head. I am keeping Kemp, you &...Read More »
18 of 32 | Posted by: Mary Monarca-Webb - Kensington, CT

“To " The Champ" Thank You, Kemp for all the riding and competing together for so many years. It was always a good time. We will miss your "signature...Read More »
19 of 32 | Posted by: Allan Zitta - Richmond, VT

“kemp gone way too soon rip ”
20 of 32 | Posted by: kathy & pete tilley - coventry, CT

“Darlene and Family, Fred and I were so saddened to hear about Kemp, our hearts go out to you and your family. Our heartfelt love and prayers to you...Read More »
21 of 32 | Posted by: Julie Helenski - Palm City, FL

“To Morgan and her family - We remember every basketball game your Dad was there. He had such spirit and support for you. Codi remembers Hall School...Read More »
22 of 32 | Posted by: Denise, Codi & Bill Bierce - CT

“Darlene and family My deepest sympathy. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Aunt Darcy ”
23 of 32 | Posted by: Darcy Roderick - Lunenburg, MA

“My sincere condolences go out to Kemp's Family. I have many fond memories of time spent with Kemp. I remember challenging days at work and Kemp...Read More »
24 of 32 | Posted by: Roger Sirois - Coventry, CT

“You will be missed very much. We have so many great memories of the great times we had together. With much love always, Ron, Dawn, Caitlin and Ashley ”
25 of 32 | Posted by: The Stavens Family - Tolland, CT

“Darlene and Family We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Such found memories of our bowling league in Connecticut and all the fun we had together....Read More »
26 of 32 | Posted by: Patty & Dave Temple - Lake Monroe, FL

“I did not have the pleasure of working for Kemp but came to know him through our occasional passing through the office areas at work. I remember...Read More »
27 of 32 | Posted by: Amy Hilton - co-worker

“Kemp: So many years have past since the days of Valley Sunoco. We lived so close together yet never seemed to cross paths since those days. While...Read More »
28 of 32 | Posted by: Ralph Tulis - Willington, CT

“Kemp: Thank you for having such a huge impact coaching Willington girls softball for so long. We will always remember your decidation to all the...Read More »
29 of 32 | Posted by: Nolan Family - Willington, CT

“Kemp - was a fun loving guy with a great since of humor. Scott raced with him for many years and has great memories to keep in his heart. We have...Read More »
30 of 32 | Posted by: Sandy & Scott Forand - Storrs, CT

“My sincere condolences go out to the Family. I worked with Kemp for 10 great years at DGT. He was one of the best guys I have ever had the pleasure...Read More »
31 of 32 | Posted by: Dwight Craig - CT - Co-Worker

“Sorry for your loss. Kemp was a fine person and a good person to work for. He will never be forgotten. R.I.P. ”
32 of 32 | Posted by: Karen Gervais - Dayville, CT

Kemp B. Stewart, Jr., 58, of Willington, CT, passed away due to injuries sustained in an accident on Tuesday, September 24, 2013. He was born in Fayetteville, NC, son of Kemp B. Stewart and the late Elsie (Hatt) Stewart. Kemp is survived by his loving wife, Darlene (Meacham) Stewart; two children, Morgan B. Stewart and Zachary MacDonald; two step daughters, Shauna and Shannon Murphy; step grandson, Brennan; his father, Kemp B. Stewart and his wife Sylvia; four siblings, Kane Stewart, Joy Stewart, Jay Stewart, and Gene Stewart and his wife Linda Sue; several aunts, uncle, nephews, and cousins; and many dear friends. Kemp graduated Stafford High School and since worked in aerospace industry, most recently employed by Whitcraft LLC. He loved riding and racing motorcycles, winning the New England Enduro Championship in 1993. A proud father who spent a lot of time coaching and attending most of his daughters basketball, softball and volleyball games. In more recent years he had become an avid golfer. His funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 11 A.M. at Introvigne Funeral Home, Inc., 51 East Main St., Stafford Springs, CT. Burial will follow in Stafford Springs Cemetery, Stafford Springs, CT. Calling hours are on Friday from 5-8 P.M. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Stewart Education Fund, c/o Rockville Bank, 6 Fieldstone Commons #A, Tolland, CT 06084. For online condolences or directions, please visit: www.introvignefuneralhome.com

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Introvigne Funeral Home Inc
51 East Main St. Stafford Springs, CT 06076
Tel. (860) 684-2538