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Harmony Noelle Stewart

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Harmony earned her angel's wing on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at her home in Converse, TX. 15 years ago on December 16, 2000, John and Muriel Stewart, welcomed their baby girl into the world. Camp Lejeune Naval Hospital in Camp Lejeune, NC would never be the same. Everyone she met everywhere she went was forever affected by this vibrant personality. She was loyal to her friends, dedicated to her family, and was eager to please all in perfect Harmony. To all who knew her, she was the boss. Her zest for life was unquestionable. Her confidence and self-motivation was expressed through her many activities in and out of school. The Judson High School 9th grader was a member of the Nova Choir, the JROTC, the Debate Team, FCCLA, and was preparing to be in the JHS Color Guard for the upcoming school year. Outside of school, Harmony was very involved in various ministries at Maranatha Bible Church, such as the Youth Choir and Praise Dance Team. She recently started working at Schlitterbahn Water Park. Aside from her busy schedule, Harmony was an influence to her sister, Melody (16), and brothers, John (12) and Samuel (9). She is also survived by both grandfathers, John Stewart, Sr. and Sammy White. Harmony will be missed by mother (Muriel Stewart), father (John Stewart, II), aunts (Karen Chieves and Debbie Harper), uncles (Michael Chieves and Eric Harper), and a host of relatives too many to name. We never know our destiny when at first we are given birth. All we can do is live in Harmony and love while we are here on earth. Muriel White Stewart

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  1. To John-John and family: Praying for strength and comfort during this unexpected time of loss. We love you all and are here for you. – Miriam Coffee-Holloway and family

  2. To the Stewart family, my condolences for the loss of your child. Your daughter touched the lives of so many, my son included and we will forever be grateful for those moments. May she rest in peace and be held in our hearts for years to come. God bless you all.

  3. The members of Madison Avenue Church of God by Faith, Ashburn, Georgia, sends our condolences to the Stewart Family on behalf of our pastor Larry W Coffee and family. Our prayers are with you in this trying time. We give thanks to our Lord for her precious years in this earth. May the Lord continue to bless and strengthen the Stewart Family.

  4. To My dear cousins, John, Murial, and children, we are sorry for your loss. Sorry we can’t be with you in person , but we are with you in spirit. You have our prayers and sympathy. Praying that you can be as strong as you can, knowing that our God who promised he would never leave or forsake you is with you in midst of your grief. We love you, Larry and Kaye Coffee.

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