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Lusia Harris’s Husband George E. Stewart Bio, Nationality, Net Worth, Child

Lusia Harris’s Husband George E. Stewart Bio, Nationality, Net Worth, Child

Facts of George Stewart

Full Name: George Stewart
Gender: Male
Profession: Basketball Coach
Country: United States
WifeLusia Harris
MarriedLusia Harris
StatusMarried
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityMixed
ReligionChristianity
KidsEddie Christopher, Crystal and Christina
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George E. Stewart an American personality received the media limelight as the husband of late Lusia Harris.

Where was George E. Stewart born?

George opened his eyes for the first time somewhere in the United States of America. By nationality, he had American citizenship while George belongs to a mixed ethnic community. George follows the Christianity religion.

What was George E. Stewart’s Net Worth?

The estimated net worth of George at the time of his death is not available at any site. He surely earned some amount through his career as a basketball coach. His late wife, Lusia Harris had an estimated net worth of $1 million at the time of his death. Similarly, she had earned this hefty sum of money from her career as a basketball player. This income includes Lusia’s Bank balance, assets, income, property, and wealth. Lusia hadn’t published her annual salary at the time of her death.

Lusia Harris picture in front of building
Caption: Lusia Harris picture in front of the building (Source: Vigor Times)

Lusia was able to collect this decent sum of money from her long-term career as a basketball player. Besides, she has gained a huge amount through, paid partnership, advertisement, and endorsement of several brands and companies. Lusia was living happily and lavishly with the income he had earned through her playing career. Furthermore, Lusia was quite indicative and passionate about her career.

Who was George E. Stewart married to?

George was married at the time of his death. He was married to Lusia Harris. He had tied the wedding knot with his long-time girlfriend on February 4, 1977. They were living happily and lavishly until the death of George.

Wife of George E. Stewart
Caption: Wife of George E. Stewart (Source: She Made History)

Furthermore, any further information on when they met for the first time is not available a the moment. They were living happily until George’s death. Similarly, any further information on George’s death date and the cause is not available a the moment.

Did George E. Stewart have a child?

George was a father of four children. Furthermore, this couple has given birth to two daughters and two sons. They have welcomed two sons named Eddie and Christopher, while the name of their twin daughters is Crystal and Christina.

When did George E. Stewart die?

There is no exact information regarding George’s deceased. He might have lost his life with some sort of illness or disease.

When and How did George E. Stewart Wife, Lusia Harris die?

Lusia has left this beautiful world on January 18 of 2022. Similarly, she was suffering from rheumatoid arthritis disease and was confined to a wheelchair. She was only 66 years old.

George E. Stewart’s Professional Career

  • George had started his career as a basketball coach.
  • similarly, he had guided basketball players at Amanda Elzy High School for 25 years.
  • While his late wife, Lusia had also started her career in basketball.
  • She was selected to represent the U.S at the FIBA World Championship for women in Columbia.
  • In 1975, she was selected to represent Columbia City in the Pan American Games.
George E. Stewart's wife, Lusia Harris picture while playing
Caption: George E. Stewart’s wife, Lusia Harris picture while playing (Source: NBC News)
  • She had also played in collaboration with her high school stand-out named Ann Meyers and Pat Head.
  • Similarly, she was also chosen to represent the US  for the summer Olympics which was held in Montreal, Canada in 1976.
  • She had also inaugurated the women’s basketball event in Olympics.