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Richard "Mack" M. Stewart

November 17th, 1935 - March 16th, 2017

Richard M. "Mack" Stewart, 81, of Haines City, FL went to be with his Lord on March 16, 2017. He was born on November 17, 1935 in Ackerman, MS and moved to Haines City as a young man. Mack was the owner/ operator of Stewart Harvesting, and he truly loved his job. Some of his other interests included the Dallas Cowboys and watching NASCAR, especially #3, Dale Earnhardt. Mack is survived by his loving family and a large number of friends. He was a very giving, humble person, who was always willing to help anyone in need. A Gathering of family and friends will be Monday from 5:00 pm until the memorial at 6:00 pm at Oak Ridge Funeral Care, Haines City.

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Nell Johnson

The Northeast Polk County Historical Society, Inc., Haines City, Florida, would like to extend our condolences to the family of Richard Stewart. Many of our members knew and enjoyed a friendship with "Mack" for many years. We also appreciate his being a local business owner operating a citrus business in Haines City. He truly is a part of our Haines City Heritage. We operate the Haines City Historical Museum located at 1001 Ingraham Avenue in Haines City and welcome the family to visit. Again, please accept our condolences.

Published May 18th, 2024

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