William A. “Bill” Stewart, Jr. - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

William A. “Bill” Stewart, Jr.

May 16, 1952 - January 29, 2022

William A. “Bill” Stewart, Jr., age 69, of Newark, DE, passed away on Saturday, January 29, 2022.

Born in Wilmington, DE on May 16, 1952, he was the son of the late William A. and Mollie E. (Dill) Stewart, Sr. Bill was a graduate of Christiana High School in 1970. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. in 1970. Bill was honorably discharged in June of 1972. He also graduated Summa Cum Laude from Bethany Theological Seminary in 1998.

Bill did his electrician apprenticeship with Stewart Electric for many years. He worked at Solar Power and retired from M-Cube Technologies in 2013.

In addition to his parents, Bill was preceded in death by his sister, Jeanne Herd. He is survived by his sisters, Judith Knorr and Donna Richardson (Roy).

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 12 pm until 1 pm on Thursday, February 10, 2022, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where a memorial service will begin at 1 pm. Face coverings will be required for all those in attendance regardless of their vaccination status. Interment will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bill’s memory to Tunnel to Towers Foundation, 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, NY 10306 or online by clicking here.


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8 Condolences for William A. “Bill” Stewart, Jr.

  • Our sincere condolences are with all of you during this difficult time.

  • Bill was my sister-in-law’s (Donna) brother, so that made him family. Monica & I are sad, but rejoicing to know he’s gone Home to be with his Lord & Savior.

  • So sorry to hear this he was always in my thoughts and prayers goes out to his sisters to give them strength through these hard times wish I could be there hugs to you all god be with you he is in a happy place with his sister and parents when you see a cardinal think of it as a message from him sending his love to you truely yours Donna and angela willingham

  • Rest peacefully Billy, thankful your pain is no more. Forever remembered and never forgotten. Fly high with the Angels and laugh with your loved ones who preceded you in this lifetime. To Bill’s family and friends my deepest heartfelt condolences.

  • Donna So Sorry to hear of the passing of YOUR Brother😢
    My Thoughts and Prayers for YOU & Judy!

  • Our condolences to the family on the passing of Billy. I have many memories of working with him and also spending time with the family over the years.

    Our thoughts & prayers.

  • Bill will be dearly missed. He spent time as a young guy at my family home in Pilgrum Gardens. I did not know him then. My sisters had a lot of friends and I spent most of my teenage years hanging out at the Brookside bowling alley and the Brookside shopping center and McDonalds in Newark. It was a time when you never knew what was going to happen next. I served in the US Army as a helicopter in Vietnam 1969-1970. After retiring I started working at the VA helping Vets get the benefits they deserve. I few years ago a guy came into my office needing help with his benefits. He sat down with my office partner he got his case started. In a few minutes this guy turned around to be and asked “are you Rick Lovekin”. I said yes. He said the he didn’t think I knew him but he dated my sister Donna. He proceeded to tell me a story of when he was at my families house seeing Donna and needed a ride home. I told him to hope into my ’65 mustang and I would take him home. This was before seatbelts. He told me that I gave him the thrill of his life and was glad he got home alive and that next time he will walk. I was glad to meet Bill again and my partner and me worked hard to get him his benefits and at least make his life a little better.
    We Lovekins will all miss you very much Bill

  • I am so sorry to hear of Billy’s passing. This must be the same Billy I knew at Christiana HS where we graduated together in 1970. We played in our first band together called The Village Outcasts and we rehearsed in Billy’s home in the living room. If this is not the same Billy, then I apologize. I would sure like to hear from a family member. I left a message and my phone number with the funeral home. Blessings!!