W. Stuart Carson

November 1937
March 2023


Stuart Carson was a kind, gentle soul and a VERY proud father of sons Bill and J.G., and stepfather to Frank, Tanya, Tammy, and Marc. He was delighted at 84 years old to welcome his first grandchild, Adelaide. He and his wife, Joanne, helped raise her seven grandchildren. They shared glorious years filled with loving experiences, trips, dinners, graduations, weddings, births, the list goes on and on. Family and friends were paramount to Stuart's gentle, kind, and loving nature. He loved to quiz the grandkids on what was going on in their lives. Many who spent time with him loved and honored him as “Papa Stuart.” Stuart loved good food and a GOOD BEER now and then. He was a valued long-haul truck driver who received the One Million Miles Safety Driving Award. Stuart loved to read and was a good investor. He believed in saving his hard-earned money and earning interest. While his body left us on March 16, 2023, his spirit remains with us every single day. He died exactly 65 years to the day his father, William Carson, and brother Robert Carson died in a plane crash. Stuart loved science and research and decided to donate his body to Science Care. He taught us even while battling horrific, painful cancer, to focus on the positives in life and appreciate all the love and good that surrounds you. Our lives are forever blessed because we love him. He was an eternal optimist and left us gifts we will treasure forever, like kindness, hope and unconditional love.

Friends & Family

Sons: Bill and J. G.; Step-Children: Frank, Tanya, Tammy and Marc; Granddaughter: Adelaide; Step-grandchildren: Anthony, T.J., Eric, Rachael, Samantha, Brock, and Naomi; Brother: Clyde; Dear Friends: June Benally, Kermit Smith, Vince from California, Evelyn Blalock, and many others. Cassondra Warney whom he called His Adopted Daughter.

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