Beloved husband, father, brother,
uncle, and friend.
  • 69 years old
  • Born on June 16, 1944 in Gideon, Missouri, United States.
  • Passed away on August 22, 2013 in Valparaiso, Indiana, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Stanley Eagan.  Please share your favorite memories and stories of Stan.  Please feel free to share any photos or videos as well.

Posted by Al Eagan on August 22, 2015
Never forgotten.
Posted by Lynn Widdows on June 16, 2015
You have truly left a hole in my heart and on your birthday your bright smile comes to mind. Miss you and just wanted to say Happy Birthday.
Posted by Jamie Rau on August 22, 2014
Thinking about you today are in our prayers....
Posted by Sandy MacLeod on August 26, 2013
Stan was my favorite "Gentle Giant". Whether we were sitting at the kitchen table talking about "the mill" or laughing over something the bunnies were doing-he was a calm, loving and kind man. I remember the time that he, Dee and Dorathy came over helped me get my Aunt Esther's bedroom ready (because she was coming to live with me. Always handy with a helping hand!! love to all of you!!
Posted by Albert Eagan on August 25, 2013
These words by a servant of God remind me of Stanley. "A man's success in life is measured by the love and respect bestowed upon him by his family, friends and neighbors. If a man's children have loved and honored him throughout his lifetime, then he was successful in life" being blessed by God for his Christian principles.
Posted by Jessica Williams on August 25, 2013
We are fortunate we were able to share some of Stan and Dee's Minnesota visits -- always such fun company. We will miss Stan's dry humor and plain talk. Our hearts go out to the family.
Posted by Patricia Williams on August 25, 2013
Love and prayers for the Eagan family.
Posted by Jamie Rau on August 25, 2013
I didn't know Stan but I know Dee. She is an amazing woman so he had to have been amazing as well. I speak for my entire family...Dan,.Kayce, Janis, Chance, Nathan and Jillian in sending our condolences. Dee you and your family are in our prayers!
Posted by Lynda Tate on August 25, 2013
Stan and I were first cousins and grew up together. My first memories of him was when we played in the cotton wagon while our moms was picking cotton so many years ago. Stan will be missed by all who knew him. God Bless Dee, Nate and Kate at this time of sorrow.
Posted by Marie Doyle on August 25, 2013
Stan was my cousin and although we didn't grow up together, we had the opportunity to spend a couple days together when he came to visit along with Dee, cousin Al & wife, Nui. It was a wonderful time looking at old family photos and visiting and eating. I'm grateful for that time. My heartfelt sympathy goes to Dee & all Stan's family.
Posted by Nui Eagan on August 25, 2013
The first time I met Stan, my impression in him has been the same until now that Stan was steady, deliberate, kind, generous, and thoughtful. This is a truely said about Stan from my feelings. Dee, Kate, Nate my thought is with you.
Posted by Joanne Bowker on August 24, 2013
Sending love to the Eagan Family. I will miss seeing Stan at the VU basketball games and occasional meet-ups in the grocery store where he was always so willing to chat and catch up! May he find peace in heaven.
Posted by Terri DesLaurier on August 24, 2013
I didn't have the opportunity to meet Stan, I only know him through the love Kate had for him. That is enough for me to know we have all lost a special soul. His was a well-lived life. Prayers and love to all of you during this difficult time.
Posted by Lynn Widdows on August 24, 2013
Stan, I think my Mom and Dad and Uncle Jim are greeting you with open arms as are Uncle Dean, Dale, Kenny and Lyle. I'll miss your wonderful smile and deadpan sense of humor. You always made me laugh. Just know you'll be missed more than words can express. Dee and Family, our prayers are going out to you.
Posted by Jodi Wayman on August 24, 2013
Stan will be missed. I have not had him in my life for a long time but am very grateful for the time I had.

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