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Frances Stewart

Frances Stewart (Magouirk)

Wednesday, June 11th, 1952 - Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
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Frances Ann Stewart (Magouirk) died peacefully in her home on April 2, 2020 in Marlin, Texas surrounded by her three children and grandchildren at the age of 67.

Frances is survived by her ex-husband/friend Samuel Stewart, her children, Warren Stewart of Hewitt, Tx, Manda Koepp and her husband Charles of Malakoff, TX, and Randall and his wife Misty of Riesel, Tx. Her 10 grandchildren Tyler Wade, Lane Wade, Chase Wade, Hunter Stewart, Kaitlin Stewart, Stash Stewart, Laney-Ann Stewart, Clayton Koepp, Skylar Stewart, and Charley Koepp and 3 great grandchildren Rhylynn Wade, Benjamin Cigala (Wade), and Bristol Wade. Her siblings Wanda Oatman and Husband Bill of Conroe, Tx, and Travis Magouirk of Holland, Tx.

She is preceded in death by Her mother Ethel Van, and her stepfather Herman Van, Her brothers Benjamin Magouirk, James Magouirk, and Sister Daizie Kate Magouirk.

Frances was born on June 11, 1952 in Robstown, Texas to James Sanford Magouirk and Myrtle Ethel Thomas. She graduated from Marlin High School in 1971. She married her High School Sweetheart Samuel Warren Stewart in August of 1971. She was a loving mother and grandmother to her three children and her ten grandchildren. Her children and grandchildren were her life she loved spending time with them all. She retired in 2019 from Russell Stover Candy Factory. Her retirement enabled her the opportunity to spend all her free time with her children and grandchildren.

There will be no service due to her wishes. The family will have a celebration of her life in June in her honor.
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Manda Koepp

Posted at 11:09pm
Mom,
I just wanted to tell you, I LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH... You have showed me what a mothers love should be like. You may think you didn't but, you did. You showed my how to love, be kind, always think of others, and how we are all God's children. you are my hero.you showed me how not to give up when thing get bad, you showed the is always a silver lining to everything. I will always love you mom. your loving Daughter Manda Ann
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