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David G. Stewart, M.D. #68

Dave Stewart was born in Tallahassee, Florida in April 1954.  His father was with the U.S. Department of Interior and the family traveled from Florida to New York before moving to Alexandria, Virginia in 1966.

He enrolled at J. F. Hammond in the fall of 1968 and played junior varsity football as defensive tackle.  He was also a member of the wrestling team and track team.  In 1969, as a sophomore he started at right guard and received a Varsity letter on the 1969 Northern Virginia AAA Regional Football Championship team. 

In 1971 the City of Alexandria enacted an ordinance that brought together the junior and senior classes of all the city high schools and set in motion the groundwork for what would be THE ORIGINAL TITANS.  More than seventy young men tried out for the Varsity football team at T. C. Williams High School in August of 1971.  Dave joined a diverse group of teenagers from around the city that became the offensive line for the undefeated AAA Virginia State High School Football Champions.  He was the starting right guard (# 68) for the thirteen games that season. 

Following graduation from high school in 1972, he attended Virginia Commonwealth University and was accepted into the Medical College of Virginia in 1977.  He received his M.D. in June 1981 and left for Phoenix, Arizona to begin his residency at Good Samaritan Medical Center in the Department of Family Practice.  He served as Chief Resident and graduated in 1984. 

Dave has been in private practice in Mesa, Arizona since 1984.  He has served as Chief of Medical Staff, as well as Chairman of the Department of Family Practice at Valley Lutheran Hospital.  He continues to sit on the Executive Committee of the hospital as American Medical Association Hospital Staff Representative and Past Chief of Staff.  He is active in the local community through involvement as a member of El Zaribah Shrine and as consultant to extended care facilities in the Valley of the Sun for the improvement of quality of patient care.


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