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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

CRP Mourns Loss of Scott Stewart

One of the brightest stars of last year's successful campaign was Scott Stewart, who served in effect as the Chief Information Officer of the Victory campaign. Scott suddenly passed away this week in Phoenix.

I remember spending what seemed like hours in the Burbank headquarters talking to Scott about all facets of database design and management, which was a huge part of our campaign last year. Scott had a keen understanding of both technology and politics, and a personality that made it easy to discuss either.

Below is Scott's obituary. Please take a moment to remember someone whom we truly valued as a member of the CRP family.

Scott Stewart joined his Lord on July 28, 2007 in Phoenix, Arizona. Scott was born in 1963 and was a graduate of Cactus High School in 1983 and Northern Arizona University in 1989. Scott was preceded in death by his father Wally Stewart.

Scott was active with the Arizona and California Republican parties and served both over the past twenty years. He is survived by his mother, Marlee J. Stewart of Peoria, Az. and his brother Randy, niece, Hannah, nephews David and Jonathan of Roslyn, New York.

A memorial service will be at Sovereign Grace Church, 1280 N. Cooper Rd., Gilbert, AZ. 85233 at 11:00 a.m. on August 2, 2007.

The Family has requested donations in lieu of flowers be made to Sovereign Grace Church (1280 N. Cooper Rd., Gilbert, AZ. 85233) or Kids Chance of Arizona Organization (P.O. Box 36753, Phoenix, AZ 85067-6753).

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