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James Larry Stewart January 29, 1934 - June 2, 2020

James Larry Stewart

James Larry Stewart passed away on June 2, 2020 in Boise, Idaho from cancer.

He was born on January 29, 1934, the son of Russell and Inez Stewart and lived most of his life in Caldwell, Idaho. He was a graduate of Caldwell High School.

During his 43 year career at Caxton Printers, Jim was proud of the professional relationships he nurtured with clients as Textbook Director. Jim was also an accomplished athlete who participated in basketball, softball, and bowling, and then later in life, enjoyed hitting the golf course with his friends.

He was also an avid Chicago Cubs fan and ardent dog lover.

Jim will be missed for his dedication to family, his kindness and humility, and his witty sense of humor.

He was preceded in death by his late wife Marguerite.

He leaves behind his wife Francesca in Boise, his daughter Susan Stewart in Seattle, and his son James Stewart and wife Ellen Dueweke in Albuquerque. Jim will also be greatly missed by his step family of Jerome and Kristen Nelson, Joshua and Katrina Nelson and their sons Lowen Chadd and Mason Chadd, and John and Danielle Humphreys and their son Nathan.

A private memorial will be held for the family.

A private memorial will be held for the family.


  1. REPLY
    Karan says

    I will miss you, Uncle Jim. Thanks for being such a great uncle and spoiling us by making pancakes for breakfast when we stayed over at your house. I always enjoyed your silliness, like hanging the fake butterfly from your ear when we were taking family pictures. You surprised us with “smelly pens” before they were a thing, which was so cool. I have wonderful memories of you and Aunt Mag. You will be remembered fondly.

    Cousin James, Ellen and Cousin Susan, I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and give you His peace which surpasses all understanding. Please let us know when you are in town so we can get together. You are in our prayers.


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