Residents Kim Brown, left, and Michael Heard hugged Dr. John Stewart as he guided a tour for guests at Stewart Home School. Stewart, whom residents call “Dr. Johnny,” is the fifth generation in his family to lead the private school for intellectually disabled children and adults on the outskirts of Frankfort.
Residents Kim Brown, left, and Michael Heard hugged Dr. John Stewart as he guided a tour for guests at Stewart Home School. Stewart, whom residents call “Dr. Johnny,” is the fifth generation in his family to lead the private school for intellectually disabled children and adults on the outskirts of Frankfort. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Residents Kim Brown, left, and Michael Heard hugged Dr. John Stewart as he guided a tour for guests at Stewart Home School. Stewart, whom residents call “Dr. Johnny,” is the fifth generation in his family to lead the private school for intellectually disabled children and adults on the outskirts of Frankfort. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

‘Dr. Johnny’ is the fifth Stewart to serve residents at Stewart Home School

January 30, 2017 12:18 PM

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