Let the memory of Stan be with us forever
  • 46 years old
  • Born on June 4, 1965 .
  • Passed away on June 28, 2011 in Michigan, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Stan Loper 46 years old , born on June 4, 1965 and passed away on June 28, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Beth Loper on June 29, 2017
All I can say is that I miss you more than ever. Phil and I have a Fosters for you every now and again. The cabin is looking good. I still leave a tear here and there. I can imagine the ruckus you and Spanky are causing in Heaven. My Granddaughter Macie is a year old now. You would of loved her. She is full of energy and giggles. You would of been rolling in the grass with her and Austin...I miss you every day.. I will hear your voice again on July 24.. Its the first memory I think of every year. Til next time...LOVE YOU FOREVER!!!!
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 28, 2017
Man, 6 years. It seems like just yesterday and then again, forever ago. Saw Walsh and his family at Grant's open house. Saw a few pictures of you and the kids. Great memories. You loved the kids. We are going to have a "Big" birthday party on 7/9 to celebrate yours and the rest of the summer gang birthdays. AJ is going to be 4, you'd love that kid. I can picture you teasing him in your endearing way. Miss you still
Posted by Mike Walsh on June 28, 2017
Wow, Its been six long years. This day is very hard for me as, I am remembering both my dad and Stan who passed on this date. My dad just four years earlier,. Saw Kay and Judy at Grants open house, .  Im  planning  my summmer party, the annual event Stan always came to  ,  Im going to be sure to have a Fosters in his honor but it better wait till Friday miss his phone calls from florida in the fall/winter even though he was calling me because  Notre Dame was getting beat in football and that it was 80 degrees in Florida. I will never forget being on my sisters pontoon boat on the 26th ,Stan calling me, little did I know it would be the last time I would talk to him.
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 28, 2016
5 years ago we lost our brother and friend. Life does go on but it is missing a very special person. Every summer it still crosses my mind where you might be doing the flea markets. It was always such fun seeing you. People loved you wherever you went. My kids always wanted to go and make sure we saw you. All the times you let them help. Russ still remembers you teaching/helping him change his breaks. I remember the time in Florida when you and Dan did yours - it was NOT a fun job. You didn't have a lot but what you had you'd give to others in need. Now you are fully blessed and one day we will see each other again.
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 6, 2016
Another year gone by but the memory of your smile, laughter, and teasing ways never seems to fade. You are missed.
Posted by John Mooney on June 5, 2016
"2016" WOW......Life is flying by, my daughter will be graduating from high school next year.  Even though all this time has passed I can still here your laugh and see your smile like it was yesterday. That is the lasting impression you have made on me, my family and many others. I love you and miss you brother.

John and family
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 29, 2015
Wow-4 years yesterday. Kay & I stopped by Chris & Sean's to see how they were doing. It's still hard. Your son will be 16 this August. AJ turns 2. You would have had a great time with him. He'd keep you on your toes. He as all the others would have loved his uncle Stan. The sky yesterday was the same blue as your mischievous eyes. Miss you
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 4, 2015
Well, the big 50 would have been today. Wow, hard to believe you will be gone 4 years this year. You are still missed and greatly loved. Beth & Phil and the gang have been working at the cabin. Looking good. You are still remembered for your love, laughter, and big smile - lots of fun. Miss you baby brother.
Posted by Beth Loper on July 1, 2014
It still does not get any easier. Three years and still feels like yesterday. I want to thank your friend John Mooney for creating this FOREVER MISSED page. Cause that you will be. We stayed the week at the cabin. I used your fishing pole and I caught all the baby fish. Not Funny!!! Seen a couple of does with their fawns standing in the road. It was a Beautiful site, there was a haze in the woods cause it had just quit raining. Mike had a fosters for you. I had a tall boy Busch Light. I MISS YOU!!!!
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 30, 2014
It has been 3 years. It is so hard to believe. We celebrated AJ's birthday that day adding good memories to that day along with the Good memories of Stan. You are still missed. You would have had so much fun "playing" with the kids.
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 4, 2014
Today would have been Stan's 49th Birthday. I can still see his cheeky grin and the glint in his eyes; always looking for fun and sharing his laugh. Stan, Kathy, and Stanley would be up here in Michigan about now. We'd be celebrating his birthday by making him grill. He'd be setting up at Muskegon and we'd be praying for no rain. His love for people was always evident with his friendly greetings and smile. You were instantly a friend. Someday I will see him again, we will laugh again-together.
Posted by Beth Loper on June 4, 2014
Here you would have been 49 years today but celebrating in heaven. It's raining lightly today, "Kisses from Heaven" Is what I call it. I heard that one day, and thought of you and Daddy. I'm sure you two are fishing and laughing. We went to a White Caps game with Juan and Erin, Dave Bourn said "Last time I was here, was with Stan"   We go to the Cabin soon. You and Daddy would be proud of how we team work up there. But this time, we are taking the Grandsons fishing in the boat. We miss you brother. The pain is here, but you have no more. Keep your smiling eyes shining and your laughter booming. I LOVE YOU!!!! Your garden I created for you is growing and blooming.
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 28, 2013
We're waiting anxiously for your new great-nephew to enter the world. He was due the 25th; we think today would be a good day in your memory as it's been 2 years tonight. I saw 2 vans just like your old one on my way in to work this morning-figures. Things trigger the thoughts and the tears flow. Missing you & you owe me a HUG! and one of your "smart-alaky" grins.
Posted by Beth Loper on June 28, 2013
Of course Judy had to talk to you before I did. :-P Kay and I found a picture of us when we were little. Judy was holding you, you were crying, Kay was smiling and I was pouting. I figured you were crying cause Judy was holding you and you wanted me. :-) Angela even said it would be a blessing for our new family member to arrive. You are with us all in heart and memories. LOVE YOU!
Posted by Jill Burkhardt on June 28, 2013
A year has passed and I know the pain is as if it were just yesterday. I have such fond memories of Stan when we were growing up. He was an awesome person that always made us laugh. You are missed yesterday, today, tomorrow and always. Let's all take a moment and remember one of the special times that Stan bought us laughter.
Posted by Beth Loper on June 10, 2013
Well Brother..another year has past. I thank you so much for coming to see me in a dream. The bear hug felt so good. Phil and I had a Fosters with you on Monday night while in Gettysburg PA. We road through the mountains and I wished you a HAPPY BIRTHDAY in Heaven. I still shed tears about every day, but I know you are doing great. I LOVE YOU!!! BOOTS
Posted by John Mooney on June 4, 2013
Another year has passed so quickly and another summer is upon us. Every year when the warm sun is shinning down on us and were getting ready to barbeque, the memories of you are still so clear. At first it brings a smile, then a laugh, followed by the urge to call you to here your voice and then deep sorrow. Our spirits will always be together. Happy Birthday Brother.
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 4, 2013
It's hard to believe you're not here. Things will trigger memories & I will laugh or cry. Your warm smile, bear hugs, humor and laughter. We'd be having some mighty discussions on the government. You'd be so excited for a great-nephew coming soon-another June birthday.You guys would be here by now or on your way up. I miss you. Hope you & dad are slaying the fish in Heaven's rivers
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 29, 2012
As I sat on my deck yesterday, remembering, I could see Stan playing with Stanley & Grant in the pool. He'd take on those 2 big boys and laugh & smile & just enjoy. Oh how I wish you were here Stan but, after a taste of heaven, I wouldn't want to come back either. Stan wasn't perfect but he sure loved others, had fun, and made others smile. We love you and you are deeply missed.
Posted by Beth Loper on June 28, 2012
I went to Shippsewania Tuesday and bought a plaque to put in my garden and it reads: A heart of gold stopped beating, two shinning eyes at rest. God broke our hearts to prove he only takes the best... I keep going every day, but every day I think of you..I know you want us to all keep living. I know your shinning eyes are watching all we do. I LOVE AND MISS YOU SO MUCH!!!!! I'll see you again some
Posted by John Mooney on June 28, 2012
This weekend will be a weekend of celebration with family and friends. Although my buddy Stan is not with us physically, he is most definitely with us in spirit. I will always cherish the memories and the influence you had on our lives. Love you man.

Posted by Mike Walsh on June 28, 2012
I miss you buddy more than anyone,  il be thinking of you all weekend while fishing / camping and the great times we had together
Posted by Beth Loper on June 4, 2012
You would be here and we would be having the "FAMILY" birthday party for you, Stan and Kay. I MISS YOU SO MUCH BROTHER!!!! Words can't even explain the pain my heart has. I know that you and Daddy are having your own parties every day in Heaven.HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!  I MISS YOU SO!!!! RIP.Love Boots..
Posted by John Mooney on June 4, 2012
"HAPPY BIRTHDAY BUDDY" There isn't a day that goes buy I don't think of you. I know you are with me in spirit because I continuously feel your presence. I look forward to meeting you again, until then, I love you man.

John Mooney
Posted by Mike Walsh on June 4, 2012
I miss you so much guy  You left us on the same date as my father I think of you always
Posted by Judy VanAllen on June 4, 2012
I think of all the things you'd be doing right now. Monday-getting ready for the work week. I'd be stopping by mom's to say hi after work and you would probably be eating or hanging out across the street. When we were celebrating Boots' birthday God showed me the Stanz truck. A nice friendly hello from heaven. What are you asking HIM to say hello with today on your birthday. MISS U MUCH!
Posted by Judy VanAllen on August 2, 2011
It's so hard to believe it's been 5 weeks today. I'm still missing him. I wish I had a few minutes just to talk with him again. I still don't understand why. Someday I will but for now... I MISS YOU BABY BROTHER.
Posted by Judy VanAllen on July 14, 2011
My heart still hurts knowing I'll not see him again until Heaven. He was a wonderful brother, son, husband, dad, and friend. We know his life impacted many and pray it will continue to do so. I agree - Let's honor him by loving on others as he did.
Posted by Mike Walsh on July 10, 2011
Im going to miss him so much,he was one of the best friends i have ever had
Posted by Nikki Cooper on July 10, 2011
Stan was an awesome friend to our family. Always a smile & a laugh. We are better people for knowing him. You are missed Stan.
Posted by Sandra Bonser on July 10, 2011
The shock of losing someone you love is astounding.  Stan was a man that you could count on at work or play. He touched the lives of many in his travels. Family loved him and kids adored him. To honor his memory is a the least that we can do. I love you and miss you "Steve" .
Posted by John Mooney on June 29, 2011
There are no words to describe the pain that is felt now that Stan has passed. We will always remember the great times we had when ever he was around. Let's honor him by treating each other with love and compassion the way he always did.
Posted by David Brown on June 29, 2011
I always considered myself emotionless... Stan leaving this world has made me realize what an impact he had on my life and others. His compassion for work and family made me a stronger person and I will miss him every day. I'll miss u Buddy!

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