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Mary Beth Stewart

December 27, 1960 - February 18, 2021

Mary Beth Stewart of Plano, Texas passed away February 18, 2021 at the age of 60.  She was born on December 27, 1960 to George Devereaux Stewart and Jeanne Elizabeth (Kale) Stewart in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Mary Beth was born with Down Syndrome, but never let any challenges stop her from leading the life she wanted.  Mary Beth resided in a group home in Plano, Texas for over 20 years and loved the independence she gained.  Mary Beth had a fondness for watches, sunglasses, and McDonald’s hamburgers and fries.  She also enjoyed dining in restaurants with linens and fine china.  Mary Beth was very close to her late parents, her siblings, Pam, Greg, and her late sister and brother-in-law Carole and Gerard, brother-in-law, Keith, and eight nephews and nieces.  She was a treasure to her family and leaves a legacy of the compassion she taught them.  Mary Beth was a member of St. Marks Catholic Church in Plano.

She is survived by her sister, Pamela Lewis and husband, Keith of Allen, Texas; brother, Gregory Stewart and wife, Nancy of Morristown, New Jersey; nieces and nephews, Chase Lewis and wife, Katie, Chris Lewis and wife, Mattie, Katie Baker and husband, Nick, all of McKinney, Texas, Gregory Stewart and wife, Caitlin of Austin, Texas, Thomas Stewart and wife, Katie of Glenside,  Pennsylvania, Brittany Stewart of Alexandria Virginia, Jack Stewart of San Francisco, California, and Patrick Sheeran of Arlington, Virginia; and numerous other loving family and friends.

Mary Beth was preceded in death by her parents, George and Jeanne Stewart and sister, Carole Sheeran and husband, Gerard.

A funeral mass will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, March 4, 2021 at St. Mark Catholic Church, 1201 Alma Drive, Plano, Texas.  The inurnment is to follow at St. Marks Columbarium.  A reception will be held after the services in the church dining hall.

 

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Pam and Keith, I was so sorry to read of Mary Beth’s passing. I am sending prayers to you and all of your family. Don Sessler, February 25, 2021 MaryBeth! You're an energetic, strong, fashionista woman. You had fought a good fight, but, the good LORD loves you more. Rest in peace in the bosom of the Lord, MaryBeth! You're an outspoken woman through your actions. I will miss your tenacious smile, and you had taught me how to be a strong woman. Farewell, my dear! Rest in peace in the bosom of the Lord! May the soul of MaryBeth rest in peace! Amen! Pam, and the family, please take heart! MaryBeth is with the Lord now. Thank you for taking good care of her. God bless you! This is Fidelia with the LifePathsystems Fidelia, February 24, 2021 Pam-I will never forget the fun times at your house , playing with “Boo” as we called her back then! I loved how she called me “wenda” I know you all will cherish her forever. Linda Seitz, February 23, 2021 When I first laid eyes on you,you had my heart. I'm going to miss seeing that beautiful smile of yours. I love you,Boo! R.I.P Care provider at Lifepath Felicia Crouch, February 23, 2021 I love and miss you Boo
Rafell Collins(Rachel), February 23, 2021 I worked with Mary Beth, and her family, when I was the QMRP some years ago. Mary Beth had the best smile! She always looked sunny! I have, and will always, miss that about her. She definitely enriched my life having known her and having spent time with her. Prayers for peace for her family. Joanne Borchert, February 23, 2021 Mary Beth was a very dear friend. She was such a special person and loved by everyone who knew her. I loved her sense of humor and her wonderful smile. Her independence and determination always amazed me. She will be missed by so many friends. I feel lucky to have gotten to know her. Diane Diane Kazlow, February 23, 2021