Lee Stewart

M, b. 25 June 1935, d. 2 October 2003
     Lee Stewart was born on 25 June 1935 at St. Agnes Hospital, Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, USAB,G.1 He was the son of Clarence Lee Stewart Jr. and Alma Odrun Henden.2

Lee's attended St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, where he had the honor of singing in the world-famous St. Olaf Choir. He had a deep voice that he was told was a "lyric bass."

In high school he played football and was chosen Homecoming King in his junior year. As his queen, he asked Loida Huebner. Several years later they began dating and eventually married. He served in the Army from April 1958 to April 1960, serving at several U.S. bases, including Camp McCoy, Wis. and Fort Riley, Kansas. Following that he worked in radio broadcasting all of his adult life in several cities throughout the U.S. -- Waukesha, Wis; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Denver and Colorado Springs, Colorado.3

     Lee Stewart married Loida Huebner, daughter of Gerhard Huebner and Ruth Elizabeth Eleanore Tegeler, on 13 April 1958 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Portage, Columbia, Wisconsin, USAB,G, at age 22.3
     Lee Stewart died on 2 October 2003 at Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado, USAB,G, at age 68.4
     Lee's obituary was published in the Portage Daily Register on 9 October 2003 at Portage, Columbia, Wisconsin, USAB,G.1 He was inurned on 11 October 2003 at Bethel Lutheran Church columbarium, Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado, USAB,G.5

Children of Lee Stewart and Loida Huebner

  • Pamela Kay Stewart
  • Scott Lee Stewart
  • Todd Alan Stewart
Unique ID=STEWA-01010
Last Edited=19 Oct 2018


  1. [S483] "Lee Stewart", The Portage Daily Register, Portage, Wisconsin, 9 Oct 2003, viewed online at http://portage.scwn.com. Hereinafter cited as Lee Stewart obituary.
  2. [S387] Alma Stewart and Betty Stewart, Family File, Henden, online n.p. (Eugene, Oregon), 1999.
  3. [S2] "Personal knowledge", by B. Zanzig. Collection of Barbara Zanzig (Bothell, King, Washington, USA), Informant: Betty Stewart.
  4. [S2] "Personal knowledge", by B. Zanzig. Collection of Barbara Zanzig (Bothell, King, Washington, USA), Informant: Betty Stewart, about 15 minutes afterward.
  5. [S484] C. Lee Stewart III, Obituary: In Celebration of the Life of Lee Stewart, Colorado Springs: Bethel Lutheran Church, Collection of Barbara Zanzig, Bothell, King, Washington, USA. Hereinafter cited as Lee Stewart memorial service bulletin.