Stewart Lee Yorke

May 24, 1967 - January 7, 2024
January 16, 2024 6 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with broken hearts we announce the sudden passing of Stewart. Better known as Papa Stew.

He leaves behind family, friends and many co-workers.

His infectious smile and boisterous laughter would fill up the room.

His love for his grandchildren, his family, his friends and his garden will be his legacy.

There will be a private Celebration of Stewart's Life

Those wishing to view the service via livestream can do so by accessing the following link on Thursday January 18, 2024 at 1:00PM LiveStreamStewartYorke 

  1. Stewart was a wonderful person.We loved working with him. He will be missed dearly.

  2. I met Stewart about 9 years ago, he was the site super on a job we were on. At first we didn’t get along as we had different methods in mind on how to complete my job. But we soon became fantastic colleagues and he became like family to both myself and parents (my business partners). Over the years we have kept in touch even when we weren’t working on projects together. This news wasn’t only shocking, it was devastating. The world will forever be dulled without Stewart’s radiance. Sending so much love to his friends and family in this time of grievance of a true angel. May he be looking down on all of us. 💕

  3. Lorraine & family
    Our deepest sympathy goes out to you all. Stewart was a great guy who will be remembered and missed. If only he knew the impact he left on so many. Rest easy Stew.

  4. Stewart was a good mentor and always honest with me, i would call time and time to pick his brain. My sympathy goes to his family and friends.

  5. Lorraine & Family,
    My deepest condolences you on such a devastating and shocking loss. Stewart was a great man who won’t be forgotten. I had the pleasure of working with him from my first day, over 14 years ago.
    Stew – I will do my best to keep my lime plant thriving so that I can eventually get a drop of lime juice 🙂

  6. I met Stew when we were both living in Port Coquitlam, BC in 1992. We became fast friends. I remember him being very generous. He actually gave me a car. Just handed me the keys. I will never forget that.
    I was also there when his beloved son O’Deon was born, who he lost tragically in 2020.
    RIP Beef! Hug that boy of yours for me!

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