Thomas L Stuard, Sr.

03/10/1940 - 02/12/2020

Obituary for Thomas L Stuard, Sr.

Thomas L. Stuard, Sr. age 79 passed away Wednesday February 12, 2020. He was born March 10, 1940 in Cincinnati to the late Harold and Georgia (Nee Cooper) Stuard. Mr. Stuard was a veteran of the US Army, member of the American Legion post #513, Mt. Healthy, and was also a member to the 4th Degree of the Knights of Columbus. He is survived by children Karen (Doug) Vetter, Thomas (Marianne) Stuard, Jr.; grandchildren Michael Livers, Crystal Livers, Ariel Vetter, Ross Vetter, Noah Stuard, Isaac Stuard, Gordon Stuard, Kelly (Cody) Emerson; great grandchildren Kayla, Kyle, Katherine, Ryan, Logan, Chandler; brother Robert (Karen) Stuard; his doting companion Nora Moorehouse and was also survived by many other family and friends. Mr. Stuard was preceded in death by his wife Audrey Stuard, daughter Susan Stuard and a brother James Stuard. Visitation at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt 4 Fairfield Tuesday February 18, 2020 from 5PM-8PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10AM at St. John Neumann Church 12191 Mill Rd Cincinnati 45240 Wednesday February 19, 2020 with Father Kyle Schnippel officiating. Burial with full military honors to follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens.

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Tom I am going to miss you so much. You welcomed me to our neighborhood 5 years ago. You were so kind to my daughter Kieran. I will never forget that. You even went to one of her band concerts with us. I truly enjoyed your friendship throughout these 5 years. Words can not convey what you friendship has meant to me. I feel blessed to have known you. I will miss those texts asking if we were okay when you noticed one of us hadn't gone to work. You were a wonderful man with a great sense of humor. My condolences to your family. You were the best
- Patti Casto
I metTomthrough my good friend Nora. It was fun watching them spend time together. I found Tom to be a good man who loved life, had a great sense of humor, wit and truly cared about other people. He will be missed.
- Marsha Keith
I met Tom through my good friend Nora. It was a pleasure to watch them together. Tom was a good man, had a great sense of humor, wit and was fun to be around. He will missed.
- Marsha Keith
Karen and Tommy...our deepest sympathies to you and your families. I'm sorry I will be out of town on the 18th and will not be able to pay my respects in person, but wanted to let you know that your cousin is thinking of you with wonderful, happy memories of your Dad... Bill and Linda Dobson
- Bill Dobson
I'm a neighbor of his granddaughter Kelly. My thoughts and prayers are with Thomas and family.
- Amy

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