With deep condolences, we are sharing the death news of Violet Linda “Lin” Dyess Stewart who has recently died. His admirers were in great shock after hearing his demised news and sending their condolences messages on his mourning. Stewart was a famous personality and his death news is such a piece of the heartbreaking news that puts everyone in a feeling of deep sorrow. As per the report, he died at the age of 72 but now people want to know the reason for his demise and how and where it has happened. As per the report, he took his last breath at the Rapides Regional Medical Center on Saturday, 17th July 2021 around 2:30 AM.
Lin Stewart Death Cause
Stewart was the Rapides Parish Registrar of Voters and several people knew her and admired her as a good person. Due to her good reputation, the Secretary of State, Kyle Ardoin, was planned to organized funeral services for Stewart in the town, and her visitation was from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Monday, 19th July 2021 which was under the direction of Hixson Brothers Funeral Home which is in Alexandria. preacher of New Hope Baptist Church.
The Secretary of State, Kyle Ardoin will shares her condolences at the time of the service along with her three friends: Kristy Flynn, Sandy Bonnette, and Deborah Randolph. Lin Stewart was born on 9th December 1948, in the old Baptist Hospital which is also in Alexandria. She completed her schooling at Trout-Goodpine Elementary and later on at Poland Elementary. After that, she has completed her graduation from Oak Hill High School in the year 1966.
She was always adored by many people due to her lovely behavior and that’s why her friends are in great sorrow after knowing her death news. Stewart was known for her fierce loyalty, sharp wit, leadership, hard work, desire, hospitality, and desire to always helps other and needy people. She left behind her children and grandchildren. People send their condolences messages and prayers to give strength to her family and loved ones so that they can cope up with this great loss. Stewart served as the Rapides Parish Registrar of Voters for 6 years and Chief Deputy for 9 years. Not only this but she also served in the 9th Judicial District Court and gives her services in many fields.