Stuart Denney Obituary, Death – Stuart Denney, of Sherwood, Arkansas, died. Stuart was born on June 15, in a military hospital in Stuttgart, Germany, to parents Woodrow Denney and Nancy Crawford, both members of the United States Army. Stuart and his family journeyed from Germany to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Hot Springs, Arkansas, Guam, and North Little Rock, Arkansas. Stuart graduated from North Pulaski High School in Jacksonville, Arkansas. Stuart reported to boot camp at Fort Benning, Georgia, shortly after graduation to finish basic training. Stuart earned advanced aviation operations training at Fort Rucker, Alabama.
Stuart was a member of the Arkansas Army National Guard and was stationed at Camp Joseph T. Robinson in North Little Rock. Stuart was a member of the Arkansas Army National Guard who volunteered for two tours in Iraq. He also volunteered for a third time for a peacekeeping mission in Kosovo. Stuart worked in Flight Operations, where he was in charge of, among other things, medical evacuations for wounded soldiers. During his ten years of service, Sergeant Denney received various commendations and service honors.
He worked at Bed, Bath, and Beyond in North Little Rock, Arkansas, as the shipping and receiving manager. Stuart, a man of few words, was usually forthright and to the point. Stuart had the ability to talk the ears off anyone with whom he had a close relationship. Stuart had a kind side that anyone with children could see, despite his massive physique and military prowess. Stuart was reserved and reserved. He was a fan of science fiction, space films, and video games.
Stuart’s friends and family admired and recognized his witty and witty sense of humour, as well as his great smile. He was a “meat and meat sort of man, as long as there was lots of A-1 sauce on the side, with Slim Jims on the side.” Anyone who knew Stuart knew how much he loved his family, friends, brothers in arms, and the military.
Stuart is survived by his parents, sister Athena Hum, sister Amber Denney, and a big extended family. Franklin and Constance Crawford, his maternal grandparents, and Fred Denney, his paternal grandfather, died before him.