Sabrina Gabriel Stewart

Sabrina Gabriel Stewart
Sabrina Gabriel Stewart

Sabrina Gabriel Stewart, 49, of Canyon, TX died Sunday, April 24, 2022.

Memorial services will be at 2:00 pm, Friday, May 6, 2022, in Boxwell Ivy Chapel.  Arrangements are by Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Sabrina was born September 16, 1972, in Augsburg, Germany, to Jeronimo and Theresia Tamayo.  She grew up in Mebane, N.C. and graduated from Bartlett Yancey High School in Yanceyville, N.C. before enlisting into the United States Navy.  Sabrina served 20 years in the US Navy before honorably retiring as “The Chief” in 2011.  She married Lincoln Stewart on December 29, 2000.  Sabrina was devoted supporter of her children and grandchildren as well as doing crafts and projects for family and friends.  Sabrina was a resident of Canyon, TX since 2015.

Survivors include her husband Lincoln Stewart, of Canyon, TX; a son Braeten Stewart of Watertown, NY; three daughters, Brianna Stewart of La Junta, CO; Alayshea and Aliajana Stewart of Canyon, TX; three Grandchildren, Adrian and Natalie Stewart of Watertown and Nitika Zully Gonzalez of Westminster, CO.  Brother and Sister, Juan and Angela Rumley; Nieces and Nephew Makayla, Asia and William Rumley of N.C.; Sister Shelli Boydston and niece Jordan Wright of Wichita, KS.  Sabrina’s Honored Family is large and extensive including her Father/Mother and Brother/Sister-in-laws, more nieces/nephews, cousins; Her Brothers and Sisters of United States Navy, CHIEFS MESS and countless beloved Sailors from various duty stations from around the world whom she proudly served with and Dearest Friends along her journey in life.

Sabrina is preceded in death by her parents Jeronimo and Theresia Tamayo, Herman “DAD” Evans and brother Larry Jones.

Viewing will be from noon to 8:00 p.m., Sunday, May 1, 2022, at the funeral home.

 

 

 

18 Replies to “Sabrina Gabriel Stewart”

  1. To a true shipmate and fellow chief fair winds and following seas.. Serving with you was a memorable and enjoyable time.

  2. Sending prayers to Lincoln and his family. Prayers for healing and comfort during this time.

  3. It’s unbelievable that my dear friend of decades has earned her angel wings and now watches over us through heaven’s floor. I know that her deep love of family and friends will keep us all safe until our reunion day comes.
    Sabrina was (without a doubt) one of kindness people that I have ever known. A true super-woman with vast knowledge, tenacity and strength.
    We experienced Navy promotion traditions together that many dream of going through: from plank-owners of a new ship, Chief Petty Officer community, my LDO promotion, and the transition to a civilian life.
    Her strong, positive values influenced so many to achieve greatness in family, co-workers, and her many friends. To say that she was “just” a role model to others would be an understatement. Sabrina unknowingly had a way of bringing the best out of those around her.
    I will truly miss you “my loving sister”…until I see you again.
    To the Stewart family, I am heartbroken for your incredible loss. Words escape me to express how much I grieve for you all.

  4. I served on board the USS George Washington with Chief Stewart. Her no nonsense approach was one that I adored, and even after I was finished with my enlistment, she made sure to stay in touch with me, even offering advice on a plethora of topics.

    She will be missed dearly!

  5. Stewart family, my deepest condolences go out to you, she was great woman and helped great many people, she sent me on my path in life and provided guidance for me, I am truly sorry for loss.

  6. Lincoln, PeeWee and Stewart Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. A sweet, dedicated lady and devoted mother and a blessing of a volleyball mom. We are so blessed to know this strong, faithful warrior. May the Lord comfort you in His embrace.

  7. I pray for you all I miss her like crazy the story’s I can tell you we did as kids together. Me Larry and her. Growing up together great times I ll never forget.

  8. Stewart family, I’m so very sad to hear about Sabrina. I used to be her infusion nurse. She was always so fun to talk to. We even kept in touch after I left that job. I’m thankful I was able to know her. Praying for peace that passes all understanding.

  9. Sincere condolences to the Stewart family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all in this very

  10. Lincoln & kids my thoughts & prayers are with you all. Truly sorry for your loss.
    David & PM Cuffee

  11. Stewart family, I’m so sorry for your lost. My deepest and sincere condolences. My heart hurts. She was a great person. Tonaj Reynolds

  12. Stewart family, I’m so sorry for your lost. My deepest and sincere condolences. My heart hurts. She was a great person.

    Tonaj Reynolds

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