Dorothy L. “Dot” Stewart • January 10, 2020

Dorothy L. “Dot” Stewart,86, of Pensacola Passed away January 10, 2020.
She was born in Pensacola, Florida on November 12, 1933, and resided 86 years in the Pensacola area. She was a Homemaker and Mother and of the Christian Faith. She was a Charter member of the Shimron Temple #133 of the Daughters of the Nile.She is preceded in death by her Parents, Francis and Evelyn Johnson; Brother, Luther H. Manies and Husband of 68 Years, Harold H. Stewart.She is survived by her Son; Bruce (Donna) Stewart, Daughter: Susan (Ron) Emerson and Daughter: Jennifer (Don) Waller, Grandchildren: Selena Emerson, Daniel (Laura Ashley) Stewart, Matthew (Crystal) Stewart, Destin Waller, Chaise Waller, Maxx Waller, Ben Waller, Great Grandchildren: Grace Talbert, Tessa Talbert, Daisy Alboniga.
Visitation will take place Wednesday, January 15,2020 from 10:00 – 11:00 at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, with service to follow at 11:00 AM.Special Thanks to Caregivers: Marie Harp, Debbie Gann, Teresa Bryan and the staff of Covenant Hospice.In lieu of flowers, Donations can be made to the Hadji Shriners Children’s Transportation fund, 800 West 9 Mile road, Pensacola, Florida 32534

  1. Debbie Gann says:

    She was a joy to get to know and take care of. She could be little gripy at times but that is what made her who she is. I just wish I could have got to know her sooner. Dot and I had some good times together I would make her laugh by trying to dance or sing like Elvis Presley who she really enjoyed listening to and we both would sing his songs together. I will definitely miss her but her time on this earth was over because God needed a special angel with a heart of gold and a good singing voice. RIP my friend, Love Debbie

  2. Susan Emerson says:

    Thanks so much Debbie for all you did for our mom. 😘

  3. Patty Casey Northup says:

    I knew Dot from her work at UWF as Director of Alumni (not the official title). She was delightful, energetic, and encouraging. We developed a friendship. Dot was the type person who made everyone feel special. I suspect there were many students who loved her as I did.

  4. Stan Middleton says:

    Mrs Stewart was a person that will be missed
    I saw her often riding her golf cart with a smile always on her face.. so glad I got to know her.. gone to be with the Lord and back with mr. Stewart with no more pain .God bless her she will truly be missed..

  5. jim Dupuius says:

    I’m going to see if I can make it – but if I can’t – our thoughts are with you

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