- 87 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 15, 1928
- Date of passing: Jun 26, 2015
|Let the memory of Stanley be with us forever|
"Hi, Dad. Happy Father's Day. I can't believe its been a year since we spent our last Father's Day together. The memory of last year will be with me always, especially on Father's Day!! Love you and miss you. Your "favorite" daughter, Lisa"
"I am so sorry for your loss.May God comfort you all during this difficult time.God Bless you all.I worked with Pat for several years at the 171st ARW."
"My grandfather was a great guy and we'll all miss him a lot. won't forget him teaching me to shoot and fish on the farm, and lots of other good times, but he's on to the better place. We salute you"
"Aunt Joan, Dave, Pat, Lisa and families, so sorry to hear of Uncle Stan's passing. We are grateful we had the chance to see you all before the big move to Florida. Uncle Stan will be sorely missed. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Kevin, Lisa, Emily, Kyle and Jennifer Whaling."
"I am very sorry to hear about Stan's passing. I hope all is well with Joan and will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers."
"Love you Grandpa"
"Hi, I am so sorry to hear of Stans passing. I remember the times at my uncle Ed Plonski camp that we shared experiences together. My father (Chester) used to lovingly call Stan "shorty". He was the young guy then and I was just a kid."
"I was saddened to hear of Stanley’s passing and will keep you in my prayers. I did not know Stanley well but I know his son Patrick. I would like to take this opportunity to express to you what a blessing your son Pat has been to me. Patrick was my supervisor and although he is senior to me in rank, intelligence and talent he always treated me with dignity and respect. It has been said “our children are our messengers to a time we will never see.” When I think of contemplate how much of a blessing your son has been to me – the only words left are “Well done.”"
"To Mom, Dave, Pat & Lisa,
My sincerest condolences to you and yours over Stan's passing. The photos really brought back hundreds of memories accumulated over the years. I'm sure you all have your favorites too, so hang on to the ones that make you feel good... For his birthday not too long ago I wished him that he had some peace as his gift. I would say that that's probably true now; and for you who are left behind, life goes on and for you all, I wish peace for you as well. Watching someone fade away is never an easy thing; once it is over, the healing can begin. Love you all & see you soon."
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