Noel Corey Stewart, 47, of Glendale, Arizona, formally of South Bend, Indiana passed away on Thursday, May 11, 2023. Corey had recently returned to Indiana after living in Arizona for 15 years. He was born on June 29, 1975, in South Bend. His parents are Lisa Stewart and John Powell, Jr. He was raised by his grandmother, Mrs. Ernestine Stewart Jackson; she preceded him in death.
Mother Stewart-Jackson raised him in the Church and as a child he was baptized at and attended New Salem M.B. Church. Noel Corey was educated in the South Bend School system and attended Kennedy School, Dickerson School, and the former LaSalle High School. He went on to attend a technical institute in Ohio where he received a certification in Music Technology.
As a young man his mother taught Corey and his brothers how to paint houses and commercial structures. He expanded on this knowledge and used his painting skills and his love for car detailing and started a car detailing business, Stewarts Detailing, which he operated out of his mother’s garage on Frederickson Street.
Corey eventually relocated to Arizona. On February 12, 2022, he was united in marriage to Danielle Monte-Stewart. He and his wife, Danielle, owned N-n-D Express Painting Services with operations in Arizona and Florida; they also owned DMS Express Carriers, Inc. in Arizona. He Loved to travel, listen to music, and indulge in the finer foods. Corey dearly loved his family and was passionate about this children and did all he could for them.
Corey leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Danielle; his children, Kashlyn, Kevin, Thembi, Syrai, and Noelle; two grandchildren, Tashai Riley Newsome and Zora Thembi Jackson; his parents, Lisa Stewart and John Powell and his birth father, Harvey Armstead; one brother, Jeremy Scott; three sisters, Rakea Armstead (Shawn) Sanders, Johnquis Powell, and Jocelyn Powell; his paternal grandmothers Mrs. Powell and Ms. Leal Armstead; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. Corey was preceded in death by two brothers, Jason Love Stewart, and Julian Tabias Stewart.
Corey’s fun and loving personality will be missed dearly by those who loved and knew him.
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