- 76 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 2, 1933
- Date of passing: Aug 25, 2009
Stan "The Man" was a very outgoing gentleman that touched my family and many more without even trying. He was easy to talk to, but mostly great to listen too. I lost my Grandfather almost 5 years ago and he had taken that role when I went to see him with my son and wife. My son, Brendan, who is 3 called him Stan the Man. He always looked forward to getting his hair cut and getting his sucker.
We will Always miss your smile and patience with our child. I wish our son that is coming in December could of met you.
"As you reflect on the birth and passing of your loved one, may you find comfort and strength in God's assurance of the resurrection hope. May treasured memories keep him living in your hearts until God's promises are fulfilled (Isaiah 25:8 & John 11: 43, 44). I'm very sorry for your loss."
"Still missing you Stan. My youngest still asks about you everytime it is haircut time."
"Your were the best lunch buddy a friend could ask for. I will miss you more than you will ever know. Love...Tammy"
"Miss you Stan the Man
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