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Friends celebrate life of environmental pioneer Roger P. Stewart

 Dr. Richard D. Garrity, left, Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Commission, praises his former boss and friend Roger P. Stewart, in painting at right, during Stewart's celebration of life ceremony Friday, Aug. 29, 2014 at the EPC's office located at 3629 Queen Palm Drive in Tampa.  Stewart was a pioneer Tampa Bay area environmentalist who worked for 30 years at the EPC and retired in 2000.  He passed away last week at the age of 89.

JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

Dr. Richard D. Garrity, left, Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Commission, praises his former boss and friend Roger P. Stewart, in painting at right, during Stewart's celebration of life ceremony Friday, Aug. 29, 2014 at the EPC's office located at 3629 Queen Palm Drive in Tampa. Stewart was a pioneer Tampa Bay area environmentalist who worked for 30 years at the EPC and retired in 2000. He passed away last week at the age of 89.

JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

Dr. Richard D. Garrity, executive director of Hillsborough's Environmental Protection Commission, praises his former boss and friend Roger P. Stewart, in the painting at right, during Stewart's celebration of life ceremony Friday at the EPC's office on Queen Palm Drive in Tampa. Stewart was a pioneer Tampa Bay area environmentalist who worked for 30 years at the EPC, before retiring in 2000. He died last week at the age of 89.

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