J. Stewart Reyes, age 46, was promoted to his heavenly home on May 1, 2018. Passing gently in his sleep. His devotion to his family and his firm belief in God was his anchor in life, and ultimately will guide his family forward.
Stewart was born to the Aquiles Jose, and Teresita (Barbosa) Reyes on May 17, 1971, in East Orange, New Jersey. He worked as an independent photographer for Auto Dealerships. Living in Hudson, Florida with his family.
Stewart was blessed with a large and loving family. He was a faithful attender at Praise Family Worship Center Assembly of God where he and his wife Christine were part of the worship team. They had also worked with puppets. In addition, he assisted with the boys Royal Ranger program. His life had affected many of the believers there. He also served as an usher and was part of the Drama team.
Stewardâ€™s life was a testimony to the redeeming quality of Jesus. With Gods help he overcame some sever life challenges. Rising to a faith that was a model to many. He was a picture of one who conquered,
Stewart was kind and soft-spoken, and always had time to answer a question or solve a problem, no matter how small. He will be dearly missed by his family, his church and many who knew him.
Stewart is survived by his wife, Christine; his daughters Danielle Graeson Reyes, Ema Natalia Reyes, and Shelby Reyes. His sons Michael Fanfan, Joseph Stewart Reyes II, and Lucas Reyes.
His sister Cindy Dominguez (Jamie) and his parents, Jose and Teresa Reyes.
A viewing for family and friends will be held Saturday May 5, between 2pm and 4pm at Dobieâ€™s Funeral Home, 9944 Hudson Ave, Hudson, FL 34667.
The Celebration of his life will be held at 3pm Sunday May 6, at Praise Assembly of God, located at 17920 Meridian Blvd, Hudson, 34667.
It has been asked that in lieu of flowers that donations instead be made to the family to help assist with the finances.
Pastor Jack L. Martin Sr. (Stearts pastor)
May 4, 2018, 12:00 am
To Christine, the kids, his parents and all who knew him, Stewart was a teddy bear. Loving and kind to all.
To me he was a precious brother in the Lord. A true example of Christ in his character.
I guess I dont know where to say why I will miss him most. He was so helpful to the body of Christ.
But I think in truth it will be his simple friendship. Our talks, his ways. Stewart, Jesus needed you more and Im glad your home in glory.
To Christine and the kids, we will be there for you. God will be with us. Jesus is enough.