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Retired Judge John Stuard dies

Left the bench 38 days ago

February 8, 2013

WARREN — Retired Common Pleas Judge John M. Stuard, 73, died Thursday morning after suffering an apparent heart attack at Trumbull Memorial Hospita....

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enufalready

Feb-15-13 12:52 AM

A man who will be lovingly thought of and sorely missed. A class act if ever there was one. What greater tribute to anyone when someone passes and is so lovingly thought of by so many.

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bmaryharts

Feb-10-13 12:12 AM

Judge Stuard was the most honest Judge I knew. You would never meet such an honorable man! God speed Judge Steward!

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featherstone

Feb-09-13 11:50 AM

Never heard a negative word about Judge Stuard. That's a shame he didn't have much time to enjoy retirement. Very good article on him in I beleive Vindy shortly B4 he retired. Down to Earth guy.

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SURV69

Feb-09-13 9:30 AM

Just read the obituary . . .

Often "Honorable", is a title.

John had that title because he was a judge . . . and he was a good judge.

But, not often, does the title otherwise so befit the person.

For John Stuard it most definitely does . . . a most honorable man.

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NomoreCrap

Feb-08-13 3:20 PM

Yes he was a kind soul who'd chat with nearly anyone as long as the subject was'nt essentially legal advice in nature. At least that's how I recall him.

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jgm820

Feb-08-13 2:03 PM

My condolences to his family. Years ago, as a college student in my early 20's I needed to get my notary license. I went to the court house to take the test and was told afterward I needed to see a judge. It was the end of the day and Judge Stuard overheard and said "come on in"...he sat and talked to me for about 15 minutes. Every time I'd see him on TV I'd think of his kindness.

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Maliceofforethought

Feb-08-13 12:19 PM

I agree John was a decent man, an excellent administrator of Jurisprudence and will be missed by those who admired him.

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SURV69

Feb-08-13 11:55 AM

I always thought of John like a country doctor . . . a lot of common sense and John had a realistic viewpoint of justice.

John was an everyman's man with an everyman's viewpoint on things.

Shortly after serving in Common Pleas, John told me how shocked and often disgusted he was at seeing attorney's antics . . . from that side of the bench. It really seemed to bother him.

John was a great man for Trumbull County.

Well Chuck(Charles Pealer) . . . John learned the law and he was good at applying the law. We've lost a really good one.

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GlendaG

Feb-08-13 11:52 AM

We lost a wonderful man who had a big heart and truly cared about the community. May God bless his family and Mr. Stuard will be missed by all that know him

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escaped

Feb-08-13 7:19 AM

A genuinely honorable man on and off the bench. I'm sure he is discussing artillery tactics with the Boys in Blue today.

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aquaboy

Feb-08-13 7:02 AM

Great Man well respected and a loss for this community

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