Louis Lynn Stuart Jr.



  1. We are so sorry for your loss. Lynn was a great man, who loved his Lord , his family, and his community. May God provide you peace during this difficult time.

  2. My deepest sympathy for your loss. My husband respected and admired the General tremendously. My prayers and thoughts are with you.
    God bless you.
    Patty Bloom

  3. To express our deep sympathy to you in your loss. Lynn thank you for serving our country in the U.S. Army as an enlisted man for one year and then as an officer after graduntion from Texas A-M and then the U.S. Army Reserves (420th Engineering Brigade) and retiring as Brigadier General. Thank you for also being a merber of The American Legion. May God’s Speed Be With You Lynn.
    The American Legion
    Earl Graham Post 159

  4. Our sympathies to the family. Lynn we were SFA ’47 football classmates as well as Class ’52 at Texas A-M College at that time. We both were in the Army Reserves, you in Bryan and I in Houston. We also met at Fort Hood during an 807th Medical Exercise. Thank you for serving our country during the Korean War retiring as BG from 420th Engineering Brigade. Thank you for the many things you have done for the City of Bryan and Brazos County. The Class of SFA ’47 – Texas A-M ’52 will miss you. May God’ Speed Be With You.

  5. Lynn was always so special to me, and I regret that I was not able to visit him one more time. My comfort lies in knowing that Lynn is with our Lord and that we shall meet again.

  6. Dear Sylvia, Sharon, and Scott,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. The article about Lynn was so well done and brought glory to our Lord. Lynn was a very special friend. We will miss him, but we rejoice knowing that our friendship will be continued in heaven.

    We all send our love,
    Wally, Jean Marie, and Courtney

  7. General Stuart not only was my commander,was a great friend,I shall miss him dearly,Gods speed General,as you pass to your new life.My condolences to the family. CL

  8. Dear Sylvia, Scott Sharon and all, You have our deepest sympathy. Lynn was a fine neighbor to us for 25 years. Know you will miss him so much. Our kids fondly reme ber how impressive he looked in his uniform. He did a lot of good in this community. He will be missed by many. Sincerely, Art and Mary Ann

  9. I have known Lynn since 1947 (SFA
    days). In the past three years we were
    email buddies. He kept me laughing. He
    was so funny with his straightforward,
    positive attitude and his dry wit!

    Farewell, Old Friend! Heaven will be a
    better place with your presence.

    Billie Holick Reece

  10. Sylvia and Family,
    Curtis and I were sorry to hear that Lynn had passed away.
    We know he is in a much better place now.
    Our thoughts are with you all.

    Curtis and Ann Burns

  11. Joan and I extend our deepest sympathy at this time of your sorrow. lynn was a close friend who we will miss. our prayers are extended to the Stuart family

  12. Lynn’s passing leaves a void that will never be filled. What a wonderful guy, friend, classmate. The posted photo is so good that I expected him to speak to me, and am only sorry that he cannot do so. We only hope that the family will move forward knowing that his suffering has reached an end and that the peace he sought and deserved is with him forever. We will truly miss him!

  13. Dear Sylvia, Sharon, and Scott; It is 9:30 Sunday night and Bob Casey just called Shirley to tell us of Lynn’s going Home. I have so many great memories, especially relating to Jaycee and Ch of Commerce days in B-CS in the ’60’s and early ’70’s. Lynn was a great friend and we have had a ‘mutual admiration society’ for years. I am so excited to learn of his tight association with the LORD and I look forward to the day that we can walk ‘those golden streets’ together. God bless you, Ridley

  14. I just wanted to let you know I was thinking of you during this difficult time. May you feel God’s love in an incredible way in the days to come.


  16. Please pass on to the family our condolences. Lynn was a good man. It was a pleasure to have known him.

  17. Dear Ms. Stuart, Scott – Sharon,

    Please accept my deepest sympathies on the loss of your husband and father. I worked for Mr. Stuart for many years at Bryan Construction Company/Thurmond – Stuart. He was a great boss and a fine Christian man. Mr. Stuart is in heaven now serving Our Lord. May God be with you.

  18. Dear Sylvia,
    You and your family are in my prayers at this very sad time. I pray God’s grace cover you and give you His wonderful peace.
    Love in Christ,
    JoAnn Johnson

  19. Please know that Bob and I are thinking of you and the family at this time. Lynn will be missed not only by his family but my his many friends.

  20. Sharon, just a note to let you know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. If there is anything we can do just let us know. I have experienced this loss and know it can be difficult.

  21. Dear Sylvia,
    Lynn was a courageous gentleman who was held in high regard by all who knew him. His strong presence will be missed in every area that he touched. Lynn leaves a huge gap in our group of classmates in the A-M Class of ’52, and we shall think of him and miss him at future gatherings. Our prayers are with you and your family.

  22. Our deepest sympathy goes to Lynn’s family. Lynn was a very special person who lived life as it should be lived. To the fullest. It is too bad that Lynn was taken after so much suffering and we know that Lynn is now in a better place where he will suffer no more pain.

    With much sympathy,

    Guy – Carol King

  23. Sharon –
    I am keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Losing a parent is difficult, but
    with the help of God and family and friends, the burden is not so great.


  24. Sylvia,
    What a wonderful man you married 50 years ago. What a testament he was and IS to the Lord! He is absent from this body and face to face with the Lord. What a victory we have in Jesus. We know you will miss him so very much. Gordon and I are praying for you and your family at this time of loss..
    Much Love





  26. I had the pleasure of knowing Lynn personally, professionally, and as a citizen-soldier. He was the same kind and decent man in all surroundings with all people. He was a fine example of what each of us should strive to be in life. While his passing leaves a void for his family and friends, we should all rejoice in the life that he led, the example he set and the knowledge that we will see him again.
    Wes Peterson
    Delta Steel Buildings Company
    Delta Construction Services Company
    Command Sergeant Major (Retired)
    United State Army
    Corp of Engineers

  27. Sharon and family,
    I am very sorry to hear about your father passing. Mr. Stuart made a lasting impression on me during my early career at Bryan Construction Company.
    I worked as administrative assistant from 1982 to 1987 – My former last name was Creagor.
    Sharon – I still remember the trip to Austin for Willie Nelson concert – we had a blast even in the extreme Heat!

    My prayers will be with you, your mom and family, during this time of loss. Mr. Stuart was a great mentor, I was lucky to have worked with him!

  28. Lynn was a friend to many and will be in our thoughts. He was mentor in many ways to those of that followed him in the 420th Engr Bde. He will be sorely missed by all.

  29. Sylvia,
    I remember the times Sharon would call my bed and breakfast located just down the road from where she lived. She would make reservations for your and Lynn. Ya’ll were such a delight to have as guests, and as I remember, you really enjoyed the meals I prepared for you. The french toast was your favorite. After breakfast, then you were off down the road to visit, play, and enjoy your family for the rest of the day. I always looked forward to your return so we could visit once again like old friends. I know you will miss Lynn and his guardianship of family but I know when you gather once more, it will still be a time of love and sharing. It’s something he taught you well. Give my love to Sharon.
    Mary Hill

  30. Lynn was a loving friend and magnificent role -model for all who knew him: a patriot, gentleman, gracious host, caring husband, father and grandfather and exemplary Christian. We greatly admire him and will miss him.

  31. Our deepest sympathies. Our community has lost a great man of inspiration and integrity – a true friend and supporter. He will be dearly missed.

  32. Dear Mrs. Sylvia Stuart and family,

    Cathy and I are saddened by the passing of Gen. Lynn Stuart. He was couragous in service to his country and couragous during a prolonged period of serious illness. Lynn, as much as anyone else in the 420th., made me feel a part of the team, and I will be forever greatful for that. I was his designated Aggie football news person. We wish to express our condolences to you and your family, and our prayers will be with you during this time of loss.

    Dick and Cathy Withers

  33. Lynn was one of a kind, and although we didn’t get to visit personally very often, he will be missed because of the great heritage that he left and because of the memories we have of him. God bless all the family with the sure knowledge that Lynn is with the Father.

  34. Lynn was one of a kind, and although we didn’t get to visit personally very often, he will be missed because of the great heritage that he left and because of the memories we have of him. God bless all the family with the sure knowledge that Lynn is with the Father.

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