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STUART EDWARD CARD

The funeral service of Stuart Edward Card of Savannah, Georgia, and husband of Christine Card, will be held at 2 o’clock, Wednesday, March 23, 2022, in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue.

You are invited to view the funeral service via Zoom by clicking here. 

Meeting ID: 817 6469 0314
Passcode: 495839

Online Condolences

  1. Caroline and Alan says:

    We are so incredibly saddened to hear of Stuart’s passing.
    Please know, Christine, that you, your sons and their families are in our thoughts at this very difficult time.

    Sincerely,
    Caroline and Alan

  2. Eric and family. says:

    Our thoughts are with you and the family at this difficult time.
    Love Eric

  3. stefi says:

    thinking of you all today and will be joining you from afar to celebrate uncle stuart’s life!
    love you all!
    xxxxx

  4. Janet Williams says:

    Remembering all the HappyTimes, Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all. Love Janet, Kevin and Family xx

  5. Andrew McLeod says:

    Christine, Stuart, Donald, Gordon, & Family

    I’m so sorry about Big Stuart. I still remember our families going sledding in Ottawa every winter and all the other fun times we shared.

    Thinking of all of you today.

    Love,
    Andrew

  6. Colin McLeod says:

    Our family is so saddened to hear this. We have so many fond memories of Big Stu, from dressing up as Santa, driving us around in a Corvette, or the time he came running over to the house with a pellet gun to deal with a mouse issue. Such memorable times for both our families. He will be missed.

    Love to you all,
    The McLeod Family

  7. David Evans, says:

    Stuart was a fine man, a good friend and an excellent manager. I learned to really believe in myself under his tutelage. We worked on some very difficult challenges together in the government contracting world. I never saw him lose his patience or lose sight of the important issues in life. When we had a difficult problem on our hands he would urge us to leave the office, take a walk or engage in something that took our mind off the problem. He knew that the best answers often come to us when we are not tied to the office. I am a better man for having known him and worked with him.

    To Christine, Stuart, Donald and Gordon my deepest condolences.

    Dave Evans

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