Everett Stewart Sr., seen here in 2008, spent five decades in volunteer civic work in Miami’s Brownsville neighborhood. He was president of the Brownsville Neighborhood Civic Association and a recreation center at the Jefferson Reaves Sr. Park is named for him, as is a housing development.
Everett Stewart Sr., seen here in 2008, spent five decades in volunteer civic work in Miami’s Brownsville neighborhood. He was president of the Brownsville Neighborhood Civic Association and a recreation center at the Jefferson Reaves Sr. Park is named for him, as is a housing development. JAMES FORBES For the Miami Herald
Everett Stewart Sr., seen here in 2008, spent five decades in volunteer civic work in Miami’s Brownsville neighborhood. He was president of the Brownsville Neighborhood Civic Association and a recreation center at the Jefferson Reaves Sr. Park is named for him, as is a housing development. JAMES FORBES For the Miami Herald

Teacher Everett Stewart Sr. dies at 81, icon in Miami’s Brownsville

October 07, 2016 05:25 PM

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