- 79 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 1, 1933
- Place of birth:
Alliance, Nebraska, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 6, 2013
- Place of passing:
Yuma, Arizona, United States
|Let the memory of Stanley be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Stanley Williams.
Stanley Eugene Williams was born in Alliance, Nebraska on June 1, 1933. He graduated from Grants Pass High School and continued on to receive a degree from the University of Oregon.
Stan enjoyed life until at the young age of 79 he passed away in his home in Yuma, AZ on January 6, 2013.
Stan is survived by the love of his life, Judy, who he shared greater than 30 years of love. They were married just short of 30 years starting on January 15th 1983. Stan is also survived by his daughters Denise, Diana, and Teresa, and his sons Darryl and Douglas.
Stan last worked as a GED Examiner for the Arizona Western College. Stan worked for 6 years passionately encouraging students, from all walks of life, to further their education after they passed their GED. Stan enjoyed reading books, playing cribbage, sudoko, and billiards. He loved mathematics, and was an avid woodworker who created many beautiful works of art for his family and friends. Stan was rarely seen without a smile on his face.
The family wishes to thank friends and family for your loving support and a special thanks to neighbors Len and Dee Lahonda for their devoted care over the last several months.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to the American Cancer Society, http://www.cancer.org/.
A celebration of the life of Stanley Williams will be held from 10:00-11:00am on Saturday, January 12, 2013 at Yuma First Assembly, 3000 S. Avenue B, Yuma, AZ 85364. Paula Milner of Yuma First Assembly will be officiating.
"Thoughts prayers and love to Judy and all of Stan's friends and family. You are certainly missed!!"
"Stan met my 1st Grandson 8 yrs ago. We decided then that he will love MATH. He really loves it. I will remind him that he met a really man that was so smart on math. I will also remind him that he had lots of lesson for all of us to learn. I do miss him so much.
ELEANOR SAYLES & FAMILY"
"Stan was such a kind, good sweet man. I went to high school with him, I didn't know him, but, knew who he was. Was neighbors for 4 yrs here in Yuma before realizing we were school mates, then became friends, always enjoyed visiting with him and Judy, always made you feel so welcome, like family. Loved his smile & gentle nature. The last time I heard from him thru an email, told me he had brain surgery, said I would pray for him, he said, 'prayers accepted'. Bless his heart, I truly miss him, seeing him drive by and waving. He was a very special man & feel it was an honor to know him."
"Judy, my heart is absolutely broken for you and your family. I didn't know Stan, but I know how much you loved him and that he brought a lot of joy and happiness to your heart and life. In seeing these pictures and reading about him, I can tell that he was a tremendous and wonderful person. He is with you Judy - he always will be. And he will always love you. Lots of love to you."
"Dear Judy, Bob and I send our deepest sympathy on the passing of Stan. We remember Stan as a man who could talk about any subject that would come up. He was a very good host when we visited you in Yuma at your home and we thank you for that. Love, Bob and Yola"
"Stan was a wonderful caring gentleman in every sense of the word. I worked with him through his GED Examiner activities. He cared so much for all of our GED family. On behaf of the many lives that he impacted so deeply with his kindness and gentle humor, I extend my sympathy to those who loved Stan. He will be deeply missed."
"Although I only met Stan a few times and didn't really know him, the attached photo tribute speaks to the man he was and the many happy times you all shared together. Our condolences to the family."
"My Daddy,(Stan), Was the Best Daddy in the Whole World!!! I told Him Often, how Very Much I Loved Him! He always gave Me the Biggest & Best Hugs! I'am so grateful that He found My Stepmom, Judy! They were the Love of each others Lives!!! I got 2 of the Best stepbrothers from it too, they treated Him like gold!! I Miss You So Much Daddy,RIP"
"My prayers are with Judy at this sad time. I understand what she is going thriough. If she needs a friend to talk to I am available. Much love, Bev"
"So sorry to hear about Stan's passing. It was a pleasure meeting him. I remember a few fun Chargers games together! I enjoyed talking to him at the tailgates and the holiday and birthday gatherings. He was just a nice guy all around. Myself and the rest of the Manning family send our heartfelt condolences."
"We are so saddened to learn of Stan's passing. Always the gentleman with a twinkle in his eyes and a soft spot in his heart. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers and we wish you comfort during this difficult time. With heavy hearts, Jim, Tina and Family"
"Stan, you always brightened my day. I will miss you a great deal. Your smile, your laugh, your wonderful voice.
My thoughts and prayers go to Stan's family. I know it must be hard but he is with you always. Memories are the greatest treasure.
Love to all."
"Although I only met Stan a few times, I still remember his great smile and personality and his ever present adoration for his lovely wife, Judy.
Judy, my deepest sorrow for your loss, Cliff"
"We didnt know Stan very well, but we did meet him at Darryls house from time to time, in the past 30 years we've know Darryl. I did know that he wasnt just a step father, he was most likely more than that, and alot of his greatness and charm did rub off onto Darryl and made him the man he is today. I consider my stepfather,my father, and sure Darryl did too. Love & Prayers, P&J"
"Ted and I knew Stan as a great fun loving man. He was always smiling or laughing (as Linda C. said) and funny too. We will miss him at your get togethers. Our best to the family. I know he will be around in spirit and guidance. Peace and love."
"There was never a time when I saw Stan that he wasn't smiling or laughing. His love for his family and friends was with him everywhere he went. I always enjoyed our conversations during his visits to San Diego. The special celebrations will not be the same without you Stan. May you rest in peace, my friend. xoxo"