Vincent Morris Stewart, Jr. was born April 27, 1961, in New York City to Dorothy Stewart and Vincent M. Stewart, Sr.
Vincent grew up in Hempstead NY where he graduated from Uniondale High School. After graduation, he furthered his education at Nassau Community College and earned a degree in liberal arts. Vincent continued his education in health care and became a certified nursing assistant and phlebotomist. He worked in this profession for a number of years where he met the love of his life, Divina.
Vincent and Divina relocated to Georgia in 2006 to start a new life. Which this change, Vincent decided to also make a career change and received his CDL and became a truck driver. He truly loved his job and worked in this field for over 10 years.
Vincent was loving devoted husband, caring son, brother, uncle, and godfather. He was a true lover of sports and was a dedicated New York Jets, Knicks, and Yankees fan. Additionally, he was especially proud of prized Dodge Super Bee that won a number of trophies.
Vincent was an active leader in the Men's Ministry and a faithful servant and student of the Word.
Vincent leaves to cherish his memory, his wife of 21 years, Divina Stewart; his mother Dorothy Dallas; father, Vincent M. Stewart Sr.; brother, Anthony Stewart; sisters, Tiffany Williams, and Stephanie (Taffy) Williams; step-sister, Farisa Stewart; mother-in-law, Elvira Dela Riarte; father-in-law, Danilo Dela Riarte; brothers-in-law, Robert and John Dela Riarte; sisters-in-law, Loida Nueve, Lea Rose Alcaide, and Ruth Dela Riarte; godson, Ken Dela Riarte; and a host of relatives and friends.
Rest my brother for you must. We all love you, but God loved you best.
A memorial service will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 30, 2021, at Light of Light Ministries International in Fayetteville.
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