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Dr. Robert  "Stewart" Eads, Jr.

Dr. Robert "Stewart" Eads, Jr.
  • February 23, 1967 - February 2, 2021
  • Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

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“Dear Sharon, Christopher, Nicholas, Elizabeth and Katherine,My deepest sympathy to you and your family for your recent loss. Well respected by his...Read More »
1 of 38 | Posted by: Rhonda Chanson

“I was blessed by his professional care for many years. May the Lord bless you all now through this time of loss. 1 Peter 1:3-9 ”
2 of 38 | Posted by: Paul Shults - Charleston, SC

“What a wonderful man and a wonderful life! He's an inspiration and model to all the rest of us dads and husbands. May he rest in eternal peace with...Read More »
3 of 38 | Posted by: John Fernandez - Chantilly, VA

“I retired from the Navy in 1991. Our healthcare was provided by the Navy Hospital at the time, but this was soon to close. My wife and I needed a...Read More »
4 of 38 | Posted by: Lewis and Kathy Flader

“Sharon, Christopher, Nicholas, Elizabeth & Katherine, Just wanted to send my deepest sympathy at this time as the Lord called My co-worker ,Dr Eads...Read More »
5 of 38 | Posted by: Dianne Doss

“Dear Elizabeth, Katherine and Nicholas,I was saddened to hear about your father. I hope God helps you through this and give you peace. I love each...Read More »
6 of 38 | Posted by: Elizabeth Maglione - SC - Friend

“His heart and his kindness will always be remembered. ”
7 of 38 | Posted by: Barbra Kaylor - Summerville, GA

“Dear Sharon, Christopher, Nicholas, Elizabeth, Catherine, Aunt Gracie, Uncle Billy and Eads Family-It is with a heavy heavy heart I am writing my...Read More »
8 of 38 | Posted by: Susan Pellerin - Billerica, MA

“Dr. Eads was our family physician for many years. My mother was also his patient. He had a kind and soft spoken spirit. He was a very positive person...Read More »
9 of 38 | Posted by: Doug & Jane Hester

“We have read all of the messages posted above and it is clear Stewart, Jr. was a loved, admired and respected man. A wonderful son, brother, husband...Read More »
10 of 38 | Posted by: Evelyn & Tom Heald - Atlanta, GA

“May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. ”
11 of 38 | Posted by: scott lindsey - hammond, IN

“Sharon and family,So very sorry to hear of your loss. Matt and I are thinking of you all and sending our love and prayers. ”
12 of 38 | Posted by: Cheryl and Matt MacDonald - MA

“Stewart will be missed by many as his life's influence was without bounds. As I read the other posts he extended his love and compassion to many....Read More »
13 of 38 | Posted by: CHRIS MOATES - Aragon, GA

“Dr Eads was a very compassionate person. Our mother was a patient of his for a number of years. Her name was Wille D Rabun and he always talked...Read More »
14 of 38 | Posted by: Jackie Rabun Novak

“Dr. Eads was a wonderful doctor very kind and understanding. My mother and I went to him after Dr. Wannamaker passed away. He was very proud of his...Read More »
15 of 38 | Posted by: Claudia Rabun Bentley

“Dear Sharon & Family,It is heartbreaking to hear of Stewart's passing. He went through so much and you were right there by his side. Stewart was a...Read More »
16 of 38 | Posted by: Helen Pellerin - Billerica, MA

“I´m so sorry for the family´s great loss. My husband & I went to Dr Eads since he was on Ash Phos Rd & stayed with him all the years afterwards.He...Read More »
17 of 38 | Posted by: Patsy Singleton

“Dr. Eads was a kind sweet man. I always thought so highly of him as did many many others. He was so kind to everyone. Rest in peace! ”
18 of 38 | Posted by: Denise Pastre

“May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. ”
19 of 38 | Posted by: scott lindsey - hammond, IN

“It was a joy to work with Dr. Eads at Roper Hospital North. He was always pleasant and kind. May he RIP and rise in glory ”
20 of 38 | Posted by: Ruth Padgett. RN - Charleston, SC

“Sharon and family, please accept my most heartfelt and sincere condolences, I was deeply saddened to learn of Stewart's passing. Nothing I can say...Read More »
21 of 38 | Posted by: Stephen O'Brien - Nashua, NH

“We are so sorry for your loss. I had the best time coaching with Stewart for years. It was truly an honor to coach with him and there family every...Read More »
22 of 38 | Posted by: Paul Maschek - Mt Pleasant, SC

“Coach Paul ”
23 of 38 | Posted by: Paul Maschek - Mt Pleasant, SC

“I'm so very sorry for your loss. Sending all my love. Amy ”
24 of 38 | Posted by: Amy Tisdale - Boulder, CO

“Sorry for your loss. We always looked forward to your visits to Mass. every July. We will remember him and your whole family in our prayers. God...Read More »
25 of 38 | Posted by: Arthur Rosenberger & Suzanne Merrill

“As a patient of Dr. Eads for many years I miss very much. He had a dedication and caring for his patients like no other. Thank you to his family for...Read More »
26 of 38 | Posted by: Norma Fosdick - Summerville, SC

“Dear Sharon:We are so sorry to hear of Stewart's passing! It is hard to believe that we met you 25 years ago. We have so many wonderful memories of...Read More »
27 of 38 | Posted by: Laurie Berwald - St. Louis, MO

“Sharon,We are heartbroken for you and the grandchildren. He loved you and the children with all his heart and that's the reason he fought so long,...Read More »
28 of 38 | Posted by: Grace O'Brien - Mount Pleasant, SC

“May God comfort you all and give you peace at this sad time! I'm sorry for your loss. Lifting you all up in prayer.I'm Georgia Johnston's mom. Robert...Read More »
29 of 38 | Posted by: Donna Johnston - Mount pleasant, SC

“Dr Eads had been our family doctor since he was on Ashley Phosphate Rd. We found him to be a kind man & a good doctor. Always seemed to be in a good...Read More »
30 of 38 | Posted by: Lynda & Bill Thierfelder

“Dr. EADS was our doctor & friend, a great gentle sole, always a smile & professional manner. His family & the world have lost a very important man. ...Read More »
31 of 38 | Posted by: Sammie & Marcie Douan

“Stewart was a man of conviction and dedication. He was a steadfast friend who let his actions speak for his values. It was my great pleasure and...Read More »
32 of 38 | Posted by: Chris Harvey - Decatur, GA

“Stewart made me smarter and braver. I admired his courage in speaking out and his unabashed love for his family. He also made me think and made me...Read More »
33 of 38 | Posted by: Elaine Popovich - Midland, MI

“Sharon I am so very sorry for your loss. He fought a long time with you by his side. Hold on to the many wonderful memories I know you must have....Read More »
34 of 38 | Posted by: Susan Horgan - Hampstead, NH

“We miss you, Stewart. Thanks for being a great brother. ”
35 of 38 | Posted by: Matt Eads - Brother

“Sending prayers your way. God bless Stewart, a sweet soul who passed much too soon. We had only met you a handful of times, but I smile because I...Read More »
36 of 38 | Posted by: carla horan - woodbridge, VA

“Sharon, Im so sorry to hear this. I will send prayers your way to get through this tough time. ”
37 of 38 | Posted by: Kelly Hedrick - Mt pleasant, SC

“Sharon, I just heard. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Lots of neighborhood memories of you, Stewart and the kids. ”
38 of 38 | Posted by: Fran Lee - Mount Pleasant, SC

Dr. Robert "Stewart" Eads, Jr, age 53, passed away on February 2, 2021 after a hard fought battle with kidney cancer. The family will receive friends Saturday, February 27, 2021 at J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. Mount Pleasant Chapel, 1494 Mathis Ferry Road, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 from 3:00 - 4:30 pm. The memorial service is private.

Stewart was born on February 23, 1967, in Falls Church, Virginia to R. Stewart Eads, Sr. and Sara Freeman Eads. He spent most of his childhood in Atlanta, Georgia, where he graduated from Riverwood High School.

He attended the University of Virginia as an Echol's Scholar. His love for The University led to his lifelong passion for UVA sports. He then went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Virginia Medical School. He did his residency in Internal Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina, where he fell in love with Charleston. He spent his career working as an Internist in North Charleston and West Ashley.

Stewart had many interests, including fishing, boating, reading, Broadway shows, volunteering with Special Olympics, watching his daughters play basketball, and his son play lacrosse. The part of his life that made him most proud was his family. He was married for 28 years to his devoted wife, Sharon. He is also survived by his loving children, Christopher, Nicholas, Elizabeth, and Katherine, all of Mt. Pleasant; his parents, R. Stewart and Sara Eads; brother Matthew and his wife Rebecca, nephew Nathan, and nieces Caroline and Anna.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to Special Olympics of South Carolina Area 6. Please make checks payable to SOSC with Area 6 in the memo line and mail to Karen Lockerman 5469 Parkers Ferry Rd, Adams Run, SC 29426.