Erol Lorain Stewart aka Toney, Cabba Cabba, Bones

February 9, 2009

By Contributor

death-stewarterol-20090200Erol Lorain Stewart, died in Sammamish, on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2009, at the early age of 49.

Viewing was Feb. 10, followed by a home-going service, both at Faith United Methodist Church, Issaquah. Committal was at Upper Hillside Cemetery. A celebration reception followed at the Elks Lodge, Issaquah.  

Born May 13, 1959, in Industry, St. James Jamaica, Erol was the son of Etta Gardner and Canute Stewart. He grew up in Industry with his grandmother Edith and aunt Babes while attending school in Somerton. After leaving school, Erol later joined the Stewart family’s transportation business in Montego Bay, where for the better part of his adult life he assumed multiple roles as the sidekick of his uncle George and aunt Isabel until his immigration to the U.S. in September 2005. 

Erol took residence on Seattle’s east side, where he joined the Pine Lake branch of Quality Food Center (QFC) team as a courtesy clerk.

Erol is survived by his daughter Latoya, son Donnon, mother, father, two grandchildren, brothers, aunts, uncles, and extended family and friends.

Arrangements are by Flintoft’s Funeral Home and Crematory.

Friends are invited to share memories and sign the family’s online guest book at

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