Charles Edwin Stewart

Charles Edwin Stewart, 62 of Shreveport, Louisiana passed away on February 1, 2022 in Shreveport, Louisiana.  He was born November 1, 1959 in Texas City, Texas to Arthur and Ruth Stewart.

Charles was a 1978 graduate of Texas City High School graduating with honors.  He received his certification in Hairstyling, his Associated Degree in Music from the College of the Mainland and a degree in Divinity. He worked as a Hair Stylist for 47 years and as a Music Minister for over 30 years. Charles was a present member of Southern Methodist Church of Haughton, La., where he served as Pianist and Music Director for over 5 years.

Charles was a simple man that served God with music, singing and directing the choir.  He embraced life to the fullest, with many struggles, but overcame them by his faith in Jesus Christ. He loved his family and gave of himself to make them happy.  His enjoyment was cooking and baking for them and others.

He is preceded in death by his parents and sister, Evelyn.  He is survived by his sons; Robert Stewart and Stephen Stewart (Bonnie), grandson Arron and granddaughter Keavy, two brothers; Arthur Stewart and David Stewart, three sisters; Karen Cole (Donald), Kathy Brisbin (Robert) and Artis Slocum; Kerri Cox and many friends from Shreveport and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Pallbearers will be David Stewart, Irene Slocum, Bryan Slocum, Sr., Bryan Slocum, Jr., Christopher Slocum and Joseph Slocum.  Honorary Pallbearers will be Richard Brisbin and Alexander Stewart.

Service will be at 11:00am on Monday, February 14, 2022 at the Crowder Funeral Home, La Marque with Pastor Clay Bowers officiating. Interment will follow at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock, Texas.





  1. My heart broke when I heard about Charles. I’m praying for all of you. Love you Artis. I know that you and your family are hurting. Please be with you all.

    Perry Hall
  2. Love u always and forever uncle chuck!!! We can take it from here… Rest in praise.

    Stacey sanders
  3. I was so saddened to hear about the loss of Charles Stewart..The Stewart family is like family I’ve been knowing Charles Arthur and David and his sister and other sisters for over my goodness back in the late 70s’ My heart goes out to the family and his children grandchildren and all the ladies that he did their hair, Charles always made you feel special when he got through doing your hair, going to miss you Charles you were like my brother so with love and reaching out to the family may God’s presence be with you all and give you peace much love from No ❤🙏❤

    Brenda Gregorcyk
  4. Condolences to the Stewart family. I passed by your old home on Bay Street and wondered how your family was doing (my old house on 2nd Avenue North is gone). Rest in peace, Chuckie.

    Carlos Ponce
  5. * I’m deeply saddened to hear about the sudden & unexpected loss of Charles!
    Charles has always been a Very kind & Caring soul to all who were blessed to know him. Every year without fail, Charles would invite me to his church to hear the word of God & listen to the church choir perform. Charles spread the gift of God’s love to all whom he just met or knew him for the very kind & caring soul & talented man God created him to be! May God bless and provide his love, peace, and comfort to family and friends who will miss him deeply! 🙏✝️

  6. I am sorry for the family of Charles and please accept my condolences during this difficult time. I was a neighborhood friend of the family during the late 50’s and 60’s. My name is Lee Luna. Charles was just a boy and I saw him as a very gifted and sensitive kid. His sister Aritis looked over him and Artis to this day has remained a member of my family almost over 60 years..
    Artis, I am sorry for the loss of your brother Chuckie. I wish you peace and comfort over the passing of your dear brother. Lee.

    Lee Luna
  7. I am sorry for the family of Charles Stewart and please accept my condolences . I grew up on Bay Street and was a neighborhood friend. My name is Lee Luna. Charles was just a little boy and he was a gifted and sensitive child. His sister Arits has remained a member of my family for almost over 60 years. My mother Eula adored her. Arits, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother and you are in my thoughts during this difficult time. I wish peace and comfort to you and your family.

    Lee Luna
  8. To the family of Charles Stewart please accept my condolences on the passing of a dear husband, father and brother to his family. I grew up on Bay street in Texas City and the Stewart family were neighbors. Charles who I knew as Chuckie was a gifted and sensitive boy. His sister Artis has remained a member of my family for almost over 60 years. My mother Eula adored her and my sister Gloria is her good friend. My name is Lee Luna. Artis, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother and wish you peace and comfort during this difficult time .

    William Ligon
  9. Deepest condolences to family and friends in the loss of Charles.
    May God grant peace and comfort to each of you.

    Judy Gilder
  10. To the family of my dear sweet friend Charles I would like to send my sympathies. Charles n I met at our local club break n run. He was such a great friend n a power house singer. He joined me on that stage in the club singing many duets together. The one I will never ever forget is from this moment on by Shania twain. To Charles I still can’t believe your gone from this earth but you will forever stay in my heart. Much love Susan

    Earnest n Susan Miller
  11. Charles was also one of the newest members of the New Dimensions Choral Society in Shreveport which specializes in spirituals. His powerful Tenor voice was featured as a soloist in at least one of our songs. We’re really gonna miss him. Sadly, we hadn’t rehearsed since the start of the pandemic. I’m particularly saddened that he never got to join us in another rehearsal once this is behind us.

    Joel Rea

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