Johnathan Glen Stewart 28 of Logan WV formerly Culpeper VA passed away suddenly on April 16th, 2019 in Logan WV.
Born May 31st, 1990 in Manassas VA, Johnathan is the son of Willis and Tina Jenkins of Catawba NC.
He is proceeded in death by his paternal grandparents James and Barbara Jenkins.
He is survived by; his maternal grandparents Bob and Cathy Stewart of Culpeper VA, one daughter Hailey Stewart of Culpeper VA, two brothers Ricky Jenkins and wife Jessica of Stanardsville VA, and David Stewart of Boston VA, one sister Shilo Stewart of Boston VA, 4 nephews Brandon, Justin, Levi, and Gabriel and 1 niece Lydia, , 6 Uncles, 5 Aunts, numerous cousins and his large extended family in West Virginia.
Johnathan was known to have a big heart and was willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. He demonstrated his willingness to help others working as a student intern with Life Changers Community Outreach Center in Logan County. He was a loving devoted father to the light of his life, Hailey. His passion for hunting and fishing started as a young child, with many memories with his granddaddy James, papaw Bob, and Father Willis. He will be remembered as a genuine and funny guy. His smile was contagious, and his laugh would fill a room in an instance. He will be greatly and deeply missed.
Fellowship and Service for Johnathan will be held from 1P.M. to 5 P.M. May 4th, 2019 at the Dameron Freewill Baptist Church located at 2551 Coal River Road in Glen Daniel West Virginia with Rev. Thomas Dulin and Pastor Adam Smith officiating. Everyone is invited to stay and eat at the church and the family would ask that if you can to please bring a covered dish or drinks.
Also; Fellowship and Service for Johnathan will be held from 12 P.M. to 4 P.M. on May 11th, 2019 at the Yorkshire Freewill Baptist Church located at 7620 Chestnut Street in Manassas Virginia 20111. Everyone is invited to stay and eat at the church and the family would ask that if you can to please bring a covered dish or drinks.