ForeverMissed
Stanley Newton of Tilton, NH passed away on Sunday, May 2, 2021 at the age of 57 from COVID-19 complications.

Stan was born to parents Stanley Malcolm Newton and Henrietta (Libby) Newton of Belmont NH in December 1963. Stan grew up the second oldest of four children and attended Belmont High School.

Stan was a hard worker in any job he chose to do, whether it was poker, managing a pizza place or running delivery services. Stan often helped his father with chores and cutting wood on the family farm. Stan would do anything to help his family even cooking holiday meals and putting up the Christmas tree with his sister after his mother’s passing.

Stan enjoyed football and over the years would watch the Patriots with his brother and nephews engaging in animated loud commentary at the television.

Stan loved his girlfriend Diane Lang very much and enjoyed spending time with her.

Stan was selfless and helpful to family and friends with a deep sense of loyalty. Stan was an avid reader and extremely intelligent. He was always learning new things, whether it was computer maintenance that he taught himself or researching how to fix something with his father. If he didn’t know the answer, he would research the subject until he felt comfortable.

Stan was known for his quick wit, generous spirit, and sarcastic sense of humor. Stan could be found laughing at various internet memes, and in his younger days was an avid reader of Bloom County, Calvin and Hobbs and the Far Side. Stan LOVED dogs and was a great animal lover.

Stan is survived by his father Stanley; his girlfriend Diane Lang; his sisters Denise Barstow and husband John and Sherry Newton and partner Mark Hopkins; his brother Jason Newton and wife Nicole; his nephews Kristopher Newton, Joshua Newton, Matthew Blanchette and partner Betsy Doubleday; his niece Katie Blanchette; his great-nephews Jacob and Cole Blanchette; countless aunts, uncles, and cousins on both the Newton and Libby side of the family.

Stan was a loyal friend to many and is greatly missed.

Stan is predeceased by his mother Henrietta (Libby) Newton, his grandparents Vivian and Malcom Newton and Marion Bailey and Albert Libby.

Stan was not one for memorials or formal gatherings and would be pleased if all his family and friends celebrated his life in their own way with good food and a toast to him. His family understands the need for closure and welcomes all to share any stories about Stan using the Stories link at the top of the page or notes section below.

Stan was not one for flowers. The family appreciates condolences. Stan was a lover of animals, especially dogs. Donations can be made in Stan’s name to the Lakes Region Humane Society: https://lrhs.net/

Posted by JONATHAN HANSON on May 8, 2021
Very sorry for your loss, working with Stanley's brother (Jason) is an honor and a privilege. Although I did not know "Bub" personally knowing Jason speaks volumes to me about this great family.
Rest in peace.
Posted by Jane Rollins on May 7, 2021
stan..you always rescued me when i was feeling down or needed a friend. long rides, beers.. ccr. and a big ole Cadillac. we would drive for hours. i cant remember a day without you growing up. i cant believe your gone.. you will be greatly missed. love you stan. rest easy
Posted by Priscilla LaChance on May 6, 2021
It is so hard to think you are gone. I just talked to you on the phone not that long ago. You were always a great guy. You never hesitated to come help me when I needed help with my computer. You will be greatly missed by many. I will always have you in my heart. I know you are with your Mom now. R.I.P. Bub.
Love you always,
Aunt Cilla
Posted by Bill Wright on May 6, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Stan's Family. We send our heartfelt condolences.
Posted by Denise Barstow on May 5, 2021
It’s really hard to believe you are gone. You were my little brother, only 14 months younger than me. We grew up together. Your nickname, Bub, was from my toddler attempts to say brother and it came out bubba. We were always together watching out for our smaller siblings, Jason and Sherry, dealing with farm life and chores and gardening but also playing outside, playing in your room with our fisher price people sets and weebles, going to Ellacoya with Mom to swim. When we got older we went our separate ways but all of us always show up for each other and you were a major help to me when I got divorced. We all rallied when Mom passed to hold vigil at the hospital. I am so sorry we could not stay with you every minute while you were in the hospital, I hope you know we were all there and we zoomed with you (yup spying on you). I keep thinking this is a big nightmare and you will pull up at my house and walk-in with a wisecrack and a smile. I hope you are with Mom and the crazy sisters and cousin Nick. I hope you are at peace. I will always love you as my first friend in life and I will see you someday on the other side. Love to you always, Denise aka niecey-poo
Posted by Lisa Moulton on May 4, 2021
Dear Uncle Stanley and Family. Bub/Stan will be missed dearly. We know it’s been a while since we have all gotten together but we are always family no matter what. We are here for you and will have a great celebration to honor our nephew/cousin. We love you all, Bub/Stan will be in our hearts and memories forever.        
     Love,
       Aunt Joanne Libby, Lisa Libby Moulton and Family xoxo

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Posted by JONATHAN HANSON on May 8, 2021
Very sorry for your loss, working with Stanley's brother (Jason) is an honor and a privilege. Although I did not know "Bub" personally knowing Jason speaks volumes to me about this great family.
Rest in peace.
Posted by Jane Rollins on May 7, 2021
stan..you always rescued me when i was feeling down or needed a friend. long rides, beers.. ccr. and a big ole Cadillac. we would drive for hours. i cant remember a day without you growing up. i cant believe your gone.. you will be greatly missed. love you stan. rest easy
Posted by Priscilla LaChance on May 6, 2021
It is so hard to think you are gone. I just talked to you on the phone not that long ago. You were always a great guy. You never hesitated to come help me when I needed help with my computer. You will be greatly missed by many. I will always have you in my heart. I know you are with your Mom now. R.I.P. Bub.
Love you always,
Aunt Cilla
his Life

The White Tail - a poem by Stan

In High School, Stan was asked to write a poem. He decided to write about the White Tail Deer. Here is the poem as Stan wrote it.


Have you seen the great hunters,
The big and the small, 
Walking the woods
of New Hampshire this fall?

They scour the land
In search of the deer,
In search of the White Tail
Who get scarcer each year.

Maybe you'll get one
And, then, maybe not;
And, you should have seen
The one I almost shot!

Now gather round the fire,
The young and the old,
And you'll never tire
Of the deer stories told.

Oh, the graceful White Tail,
How high is his head!
Sometimes it's sad
To see him so dead.

But part of the story
Is still untold,
How so many are defeated
By starvation, the wind, and the cold.

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Shared by Christine Kramer on May 4, 2021
Stan you are gone way to soon. You “are”  most definately one of the most beautiful people I have had the pleasure of knowing. I hung with you from time to time growing up but I got to really know you when I moved from California to the East coast. I stayed for a short time with you and my sister Diane Lang and you where still as kind and generous as ever. You had so much life in you, not willing to put yourself ahead of anyone. You where a shining star to so many people. You most definately will be missed. Again, Thank you Stan ❤️