The Lord sent one of his Angels whom we named Wesley A. Steward, III on May 16, 1969 to Wesley A. & Dorothy M. Steward and three little girls who loved and cherished him like a living doll. There are so many fond memories along with a smile that would light up the room. He always had such a positive attitude and lived each day to the fullest. What a gift God blessed us with when he sent Wesley. A son, grandson, brother, nephew, cousin, father, friend ~ such a loving, caring, wonderful person to bless so many lives. Wesley leaves behind to cherish his loving memory ~ his wife, Chelsea Wager, daughter, Angelic Wager, and son, Wesley Jayden Steward, IV ~ father, Wesley A. Steward, Jr. ~ sisters, Kathleen A. McCaslin, Jennifer A. Duncan, Rosalind A. Flowers ~ grandmother, Earnestine Luckett ~ aunts, uncles, in-laws, nieces, nephews, and great nieces, great nephews. It was a joyous day in Heaven when he returned, but he has left so many deeply broken hearts here on Earth. Wesley, it was a day of great loss and sorrow when the sparrows flew down to show you the way home. We would all like to say Thank You and Goodbye. Goodbye being not forever nor the end, it simply means we will miss you until we meet again. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.

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  1. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss… Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  2. Wesley was great man that would brighten up everybody’s day with his personality and smile. He will be truly missed and never forgotten, rest in peace my friend. Mark Mauricio

  3. Warmest condolences to the Steward family. Wes brought many great memories growing up together. RIP Wes~love you brother!

  4. My condolence to Cathy and the Steward family. May God be with you all during this trying time. Sincerely, Foster Scott

  5. I’m here praying for everyone in memory of my beloved nephew, Wesley. He’ll be sorely missed, but I’ll always have him in my heart. Aunt Kat

  6. My first Best Friend of my life…when we were together you couldnt pry us apart…more than a cousin to me…a best friend and a brother…save a spot for me, we’ll be together again

  7. That smile. Sleeping in on your hands looking like you reading a book, and how your stature demanded so much attention in thosw John Jay halls. Rest easy Wesley.

  8. GONE TO SOON,,, You will be missed Wesley, still very shocking to me,,, Go ahead & smile around heaven,, truly will miss your smile friend!! Rest Easy!!

  9. GOD Bless you Cuz’n, Although, we haven’t seen each other in so long, it is warming to see that you still possessed that same contagious smile. With My Deepest Sympathy Love Tasha

  10. I am so sorry to hear that Wes passed away. I knew Wes since 3rd grade at Adams Hill. I’ve not seen him since we graduated from Jay, but I’ve got a lot of fond memories of him. He was a nice guy and a lot of fun to be around. He was hilarious. My condolences and sympathies go out to his family. May light perpetual shine upon him and may his memory be eternal. -Russell Franks

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