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Stewart Wharton Hudson

Stewart Wharton Hudson

Stewart W. Hudson, 87, of Moncton, with his loving family at his side, passed away peacefully at The Moncton Hospital on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. 

Born in Saint John, he was the son of the late George and Leslie (Skinner) Hudson. 

A graduate of Queen’s University, with a Bachelor of Commerce, he articled with Hudson, McMackin & Co. in Moncton and Bathurst, obtaining his CA in 1958 and in 1961 was admitted to Partnership with Hudson, McMackin (subsequently Thorne Riddell, now KPMG), retiring in 1990. 

Stewart was a founding member of the Moncton YMCA Foundation, having served on the Board and as President (1974-1975). He was a member of Mount Royal United Church and the United Church Home in Sackville, NB. An avid sailor, Stewart was past Commodore of the Shediac Bay Yacht Club. 

Stewart will be sadly missed by his loving wife of 62 years, Elizabeth (Betty) (Sear) Hudson; children, Karyn Hebert (Donald), Rodney Hudson (Susan) and Beth Hudson (Jeff Crossman); grandchildren, Katelyn, Curtis (Laura), Ryan (Nikki), Meagan (Chris), Jenecca and Alek; two great grandsons, Hudson and Mason; sister, Claire Greeley. 

A Service to celebrate and honour Stewart’s life will be held on Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 11:00 am from Mount Royal United Church, 106 Mount Royal Blvd., with The Rev. Dr. Beverly Daley officiating. Reception following the service. 

Funeral arrangements under the professional care of Fergusons Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton (858-1995). 

In lieu of flowers, donations to the YMCA, the Friends of The Moncton Hospital or a memorial of the donor’s choice would be appreciated. Online condolences for the family may be shared on the Funeral Home Facebook page or at

www.fergusonsfuneralhome.com

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Service Date
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Service Time
11:00 am
Service Location
Mount Royal United Church (106 Mount Royal Blvd)

Requested Charity
YMCA, Friends of The Moncton Hospital or Memorial of Choice