Jacqueline A. Stewart, a retired nursing supervisor and dog lover, died Nov. 16 of complications from a stroke at Lorien Riverside Nursing Center in Belcamp. She was 76.
Mrs. Stewart was recovering from injuries suffered in an October head-on collision in Harford County when she suffered the stroke, said her daughter, Donna R. Taylor of Hamilton.
The daughter of Jackson P. Dallam, a General Motors worker, and Gertrude Standiford Dallam, a homemaker, Jacqueline Anne Dallam was born and raised in East Baltimore.
After graduating in 1955 from Eastern High School, she earned a degree in 1958 from the Union Memorial Hospital School of Nursing.
Mrs. Stewart worked as a registered nurse at Union Memorial, eventually becoming a nursing supervisor. She retired in 1997.
A dog lover, she enjoyed working at Pets on Wheels. She also enjoyed flower gardening and reading.
The Forest Hill resident was a longtime member of Fallston Presbyterian Church.
She was married for 42 years to Raymond W. Stewart, a surveyor for the state of Maryland who died in 2001.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at McComas Funeral Home, 50 W. Broadway, Bel Air.
In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Stewart is survived by a son, Craig W. Stewart of Clarksburg; a sister, Barbara Dill of Fallston; three grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun