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Vivian M. Stewart
January, 19, 1905 - February, 16, 2001
Was born January 19, 1905 in Green Bluff, WA to John and Daisy Scribner. She attended middle school in Green Bluff, WA. A former resident of Bellevue, Redmond, and Woodinville, WA, she recently lived in the Seattle area. She passed away from natural causes February 16, 2001 in Shoreline, WA.
Vivian is survived by her daughter Helen and husband Walter Markwart of Seattle, WA, a son Don and wife Gladys Stewart of Corning, CA, 7 grandchildren: Dan McDaniel, Donald McDaniel, Michael McDaniel, David Stewart, Richard Stewart, Penny Reaume; Patti Stevens; 14 great grandchildren: Christin, Daniel, Elizabeth McDaniel; Michael, Jon McDaniel; Matthew, Marcus, Micah McDaniel; Nicole, Andrew, Emily, Cecilia Reaume; Katie, David Stevens and 2 great-great granddaughters Madison Belle McDaniel and Ashton Rebecca McDaniel. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive her. Vivian was preceded in death by her husband Oron Stewart in 1978. They were married in 1930 in Spokane WA.
Vivian worked for a brief time 2-3 years during World War II for the Boeing Company.
She will be fondly remembered as an avid gardener. She was ?Gardener of the Year? from 1965 to 1997. Her many friends at the Eastside Garden Club will miss her. She was a member of Highland Covenant Church where she volunteered as a Sunday school teacher and more recently was known to supply the fresh flowers from her garden for the Sunday services. Vivian was also a member of the Mosiac and Primrose Society, and she was very proud to be a Daughter of the American Revolution. She loved to work on handicrafts, dabbling in woodworking and mosiac pictures, when her husband Oran was alive, they loved to camp and travel throughout the United States. At the age of 84, she took a writing class, and tried her hand at poetry.
Memorial services will be held 1:00p.m. Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at Highland Covenant Church 15022 NE Bel-Red Road, Bellevue, WA 98007. Interment at Evergreen Memorial Park, Seattle. Memorials preferred to Highland Covenant Church.