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Rest in peace House you will be missed


Posted by: Curt Smart - Dumfries, VA - friend   Nov 20, 2012

MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GOES OUT TO THE STEWART FAMILY.POWER HOUSE YOU WILL BE MISSED.REST IN PEACE


Posted by: JANICE JINWRIGHT MORTON - NEW HAVEN, CT   Nov 20, 2012

My Brother My Brother I Love you man. Thank you for being my friend, my mentor & keeping me out of trouble. All I can us THANKYOU!


Posted by: Diamond - Hamden, CT - Brother/Mentor   Nov 19, 2012

To The Family Of "Power House"
He will be truly missed. There are so many good memories that we will forever be talking about him with fun and laughter. As a co-worker at Hillhouse I remember the day he came out in a cheerleading skirt and the crowd went wild. These are the kind of things that will keep us going.
House as everybody called him was a good guy who liked laughter, was concerned about people.
The world

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Posted by: Gloristine Cotten-Reid - Hamden, CT   Nov 19, 2012

So many memories and so many laughs. R.I.P. House!


Posted by: Gail - New Haven, CT   Nov 19, 2012

"House" I just read what you wrote in my yearbook. It made me smile
in " 73" and it brought a smile to my face tonight. Rest in peace.


Posted by: Gary Smirnoff - New Haven, CT - Friend   Nov 19, 2012

To the Stewart/Jones family…although it may seem hard right now, remember the good times, the smiles, laughter and all these memories of things will help push away the pain. Derek was so good to us and he will forever be in our hearts.


Posted by: Renita Priestley - Woodbridge, VA   Nov 18, 2012

My Prince charming-

I will miss a great partner and a loving friend....

Cinderella


Posted by: Lois Britton - West Haven, CT - co-worker   Nov 18, 2012

Derek was the backbone of Hillhouse High School during the 1980's. He meant so much to everyone there. All who knew him have memories to treasure. I remember going to Derek because one of my students was being shaken down for money in between classes. Derek said he would do a stakeout. He found out exactly when and where my student was being asked for money. The next day when it happened, Derek was there, hiding behind a wall. It never happened again and the bully thought he just had bad luck.
May Derek rest in peace. Burt Saxon, teacher


Posted by: Burt Saxon    Nov 18, 2012

It was with great sadness that my family learned of Ricky's passing. His smile could light up a room and his kindness from an early age to others will make him much missed. He and my sons participated in every sport together from "pee wee" league on. But my favorite memories are of the fish fries and homemade icecream at his Aunt Mary's house on Shelton Ave. Rest in peace Ricky.


Posted by: Dorothy Stanford-Harper - New Haven, CT - Family Friend   Nov 18, 2012