Lumley, Stuart Wayne

March 07, 1941 ~ April 20, 2021

LUMLEY, Stuart Wayne – It is with unimaginable sadness that we share the passing of one of the best! Surrounded by his family at home, Stuart Lumley passed away on April 20, 2021 in his 81st year. He loved his wife Jean for over 20 years, with every ounce of his being. He cherished his children, Marvin (Annette) Lumley, Brian Lumley, Beverley (Scott) Jones, Susan (Eugene) Packet and stepdaughter Laura (Steve) Welch. But we all knew his heart was most full when he was surrounded by his grandchildren. He loved, and was so incredibly proud of all of them, Karla, Paige, Ryan, Tyler, Mark, Dustin, Shane, Bailey, Jake, Megan and especially his special ones Jada, Alex and Austin. Stu is survived by his mother Mary Doherty, as well as his brother Phil (Joan) Lumley and Sean (Helena) Doherty. He was a beloved brother-in-law and uncle to many who loved him dearly. Stuart spent most of his life in the trucking business working most of his years with Bulk Carriers, Provost and Harold Marcus. He was a proud and long-standing member of both the Knights of Pythias and the local Legions. Most will remember him as an avid baseball fan and coach. He started his coaching in Wallaceburg minor system with his son at Tyke age through Senior. His proudest moments came when he and Marvin went on to win 5 Golds, and watching his grandson play all over the country. Although our hearts our broken, we know he is not suffering anymore. We are forever grateful for those that were a blessing in his life. A special thank you goes out to the VON and Dr. Kim, we can never thank you enough for making his last hours comfortable and peaceful.

Funeral Details
Keeping with Stu’s wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation or services at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL CHAPELS, Brigden.

Donations
Sympathy may be expressed through donations to Canadian Cancer Society www.cancer.ca.

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  1. Jean
    We are so sorry to hear of Stu’s passing, Our hearts and Prayers go to all of you, at the difficult time.
    Ross ans Karen Ringwood

  2. Marvin and the Lumley family.

    Our condolences on the passing of Stu. We always remember him from Baseball.

    John and Linda Lewis

  3. Jean and Family,
    So sorry to hear about Stu.Thinking of you in this sad time.

    Georgina Steinhoff-Dunn

  4. Our sincere condolences to Stu’s family. Stu was always entertaining with his interesting conversations on many topics .A peaceful soul and friend ,he will be missed. R.I.P.

  5. Our sincere condolences in the passing of Stu.
    We were friends for many years and have may
    Memories from motor home trips to The Jamboree
    In the Hillls and to Nashville and the Bulk carrier reunions.
    In latter yeats we Enjoyed playing euchre with him, he will be
    Missed. RIP Stu

  6. Jean & family, sincere sympathy on the passing of Stu, he was a nice guy & fun to talk to. We sure had lots of good times at Bulk Carriers & the Truckers picnics & Christmas parties, lots of children all about the same age. Stu will be missed. Marie Sheppard

  7. I’m sorry to read the news about Stu. Lots of great memories through the years, especially those many times seeing him at Ethyl Canada in his driving days for the various carriers. We would reminisce and catch up on local news.

  8. So many great memories growing up and beyond of Uncle Stu. I will cherish these memories forever. He has always been so extremely kind and generous to me. Crusty on the outside but with a marshmallow center is how I’d describe him. He had a heart of gold. And not to mention one of the best Euchre players ever! Jean, Laura, Brian, Bev, Susan, Marvin and respective families my heart goes out to all of you. My deepest condolences at this very sad time. Sending much love to all of you.

  9. So very sorry to hear of the passing of Stu Lumley. Remembering the good old days. An unforgetable friend to everyone. He will be missed. Our condolences to his family.

  10. Sorry for your loss Jean and families. The old boy sure had great stories to keep your entertained. Until I can Euchre you again Stu and laugh at you all the way to the end of game. Rest in peace, and behave up there!

  11. Jean and Family, we are so very saddened to hear of Stu’s passing. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy. Stu, you will be greatly missed.
    Hugs Jean
    Paul and Cindy Martin

  12. Bob and Bonnie Lumley
    Jean and Family, so sorry to hear of Stuarts passing. Stuart and I (Bob) spent many days walking to and from the Bickford elementary school when we were neighbours on the town line. We always enjoyed talking with Stewart in past years. RIP old friend, cousin and neighbour in years gone by. Bob & Bonnie Lumley

  13. Jean & family, you & the kids lovingly supported Stu in his final difficult days. Stu was my life-long friend, the Lumley brothers were always first in line to offer help whenever needed, Stu had a great love for baseball followed closely by euchre. I will miss him.
    Thoughts & prayers Jean

  14. So sorry to hear of Stu’s passing. I have many fond memories of times as a child spent at the farm with Stu and Phil and then again as adults at our cousin reunions. Our prayers are with you, Jean, and family as you grieve. Much love,

  15. So sorry to hear of Stu’s passing . Had lots of good times at the old ball park and in later years at the car shows..

  16. Our hearts go out to each one of you in the passing of Stu. He will be missed so very much by all who knew and loved him. We are sure each one of you have special memories to hold onto and cherish. We will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with each one of you at this sad time.

  17. Our sincere condolences to the family of Stewart Lumley. You are all in our thoughts and prayers!
    Sincerely Gale (Johnston) and Bob Laur
    As well Stu’s coworker David Johnston.

  18. Marvin, Annette, Megan and Jake, so sorry for the loss of your father / grandfather. Ore sincere sympathies to you and all your family. From Suzanne and Rick Bedard

  19. To Jean and family : So sorry to hear of Stu’s passing. My heartfelt condolences. May all your cherished memories you have tucked away in your heart comfort you during this difficult time. Ray sends his condolences as well. Sincere Regards! Wilma

  20. Sorry for your loss! Prayers for your family! God bless Stu! 🙏🏻🙏🏻 Linda and Don Richardson

  21. To Jean and family . My deepest sympathy to you at this sad time . Cherish the fond memories you hold in your heart .
    Helen Gilfoyle

  22. Jean and family: So very sorry to hear of Stu’s passing. Thoughts and prayers are with the whole family. Please accept our condolences.
    Carl Gadsby and Dianne McLean

  23. Jean and Family. Thinking of you at this
    Time of sorrow. Treasure all your great memories.
    Stu loved his card games at the Legions and was always a great
    Guy. Rest In Peace. Edgar and Carol

  24. Jean.. I am so sorry to hear of Stu’s passing. A very special square dance partner when Ralph called them at the Legion.. He will be missed dearly.. God Bless..

  25. Sending my condolences to each of you at this sad time. Keep Stu’s memories alive by mentioning them often.
    Stu will be shifting gears and trucking along with his friends he drove with along the many highways he travelled.
    Shirley (late Arnold) Cook.

  26. So sorry to hear of Stu’s passing. Best neighbour and the nicest man, hands down. Condolences to Jean and his entire family.

  27. Jean and family, so sorry to read of Stu’s passing. Treasure the memories. Bill and Diane Buckingham

  28. A wonderful man has passed from earth to Heaven…we will miss this lively personality….always a smile. Our deepest condolences to the family.

  29. Our sincerest condolences to a dear and long time friend Jean ,all of Stuart’s children and grandchildren and his mother Mary.Have many wonderful memories of the times we spent together.Will miss him dearly

  30. So sorry to hear about Stu, we will miss seeing him at Dresden racetrack. He was a great person.

  31. Marvin, Beverley, Susan, and Brian…….so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing……sending condolences to you and your families at this sad time! Many good memories of Stu from the good old baseball days in Wilkesport!

  32. Stu will be missed by the Wyoming Legion he was always there to help at every card game held in the afternoon. He was always kind. So our Condolences to the family and friends. He will be always in our memory.

  33. Jean, and all the Lumley Family…please accept my sincere coldolences at this sad time in your lives……Stu was a friend for a short while, but left a lasting impression, especially at the euchre tables. Your memories will keep him close forever
    …Hugs to you Jean …

  34. Dear Marvin, Beverly, Susan & Brian
    Our sincere sympathies on the loss of your Dad. Have known your Dad for many years, he was a good friend of my parents.(Amiel & Rita ). Have great memories, hugs to all of you s.

  35. Jean and all of Stewart’s family, my condolences during this most difficult time. I have long time memories from the old Wilkesport days to the last time we saw you and Jean at Sam’s restaurant in Wyoming. You will be missed…
    Rick and Brenda

  36. Jean and Family
    Praying that you can remember all the cherished times and find solace in your memories.

  37. Mary I’m so so sorry to hear of Stuart’s passing. You’re in my thoughts and prayers.

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