Mayrene Stewart

St George Utah- Mayrene Langford Stewart, aged 59, was called too soon to her Heavenly Home the night of September 28, 2021.  Many doctors, nurses, and other team members at St George Regional Medical Center were instrumental in giving care, hope, and comfort to Mayrene and her family in the last week of life, but cancer won.  Her family is forever grateful.

Born May 15 1962 in Topeka, Kansas to Floyd J. Langford and Irene McRae. In college, Mayrene met Wayne W. Stewart. The two were married for eternity in the Logan Utah Temple on June 2,1981.  Together, they had 6 children.

Devotion to family and care for others were always at the heart of Mayrene’s life. She became a licensed RN in 1997.  Mayrene worked and trained at IHC facilities in Southern Utah for more than 20 years. Mayrene is remembered as a powerhouse.  Always thoughtful, with an indomitable spirit and zest for life that was contagious.  Mayrene loved to learn and create. She was an accomplished seamstress and baker. Her creative skills were used to bless many.

Mayrene is preceded in death by her parents, and 4 of her 9 siblings.  She is survived by her husband Wayne and their children: Anna(Jeff), Michael(Melissa), Irene (Jens), Alexander (Rebecca), Emily, and Ian.  Mayrene was also the proud grandmother of and survived by 14 grandchildren, who will miss her deeply: Archer, Harvey, Willard, Aidyn, Samuel, Sarah, Joshua, Jacob, Finn, Torben, Gideon, Maxwell, Rex, and Lydia.

Funeral services will be Friday, October 8th, 1:00 pm at 3371 Mulberry Dr., St George UT.  A viewing will be held from 11 am – 12:30 pm. In honor of Mayrene and her career as a nurse, masks will be worn.  Interment will be in the Washington City cemetery.

Well wishes may be sent to her family at 3385 Ute Rd., St George UT 84790.  If desired, a donation may be made via Venmo @MayrenesMemorial.


Topic: Mayrene Stewart Funeral

Time: Oct 8, 2021 01:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Bloomington 8th Ward
3371 Mulberry Drive
St. George, Utah 84790


Washington City Cemetery, 150 N. 300 East, Washington, Utah

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5 Responses

  1. I’ll miss you, Aunt Mayrene. Your love, your service, your near constant smile. You have been such a great example for us. God speed, dear aunt. I shall miss you until our happy reunion in the hereafter.

  2. Mayrene was a wonderful, sweet spirit. She will be missed for sure. We are so saddened that she had to leave this earthy home so early. Our prayers are with all of you during this difficult time.

  3. It incredibly difficult to wrap my head around the idea that you are gone. You have been such a wonderful friend since we moved here 5 years ago. You will be missed so very much. To Wayne and your family, I feel great sadness for your loss. I know she will always be looking down on each of you and sending all her love and support.

  4. Mayrene and Family, My heart goes out in love to the family and to Mayrene I am so Happy we know we will see you again one day that this lifetime isn’t the end. I know you are Celebrating with the rest of the Family who Greeted you with open arms. Until we Meet Again 💜 Teverly Langford

  5. Our sincere and deep condolences go out to your family. Mayrene continues her work for our Lord with our Heavenly Father. Her unbelievably strong faith has been an example for many of us to try to achieve. Mayrene you are loved and will always be remembered for your many talents and loving heart. We were fortunate to have had you in our lives.

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