Stanley C. Rose

Born: 12/26/1952 Passed:

Stanley C. Rose, 66, passed away on Sunday, February 24th, 2019 following a lengthy illness.

He leaves behind his wife of 46 years, Rebecca; son, Dale; granddaughter, Airi; grandson, Avery; sisters, Dorothy Keen and Janet Butler and many other relatives and friends who will miss him forever. We have peace knowing we will see him again in Heaven one day.

Stan served proudly in the U.S. Marines and attained the rank of Staff Sergeant during the Vietnam Era. He was a gifted mechanic and woodcrafter, building his dream cabin from trees that he personally felled and milled. He worked many years as an electronic technician and was a graduate of the University of Akron.

Stan’s integrity, loyalty, generosity, and kindness were experienced by all who knew and loved him. In keeping with his wishes, a private service will be held with full military honors in the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Stan’s name to Shoreline Community Church.

Heritage Cremation Society


29 Tributes to Stanley C. Rose

  1. Denny and Linda Little says:

    I will always remember the “Hey Guy ” and smile on Stans face everytime we met. Makes a person feel special ! Thats the way he was. Linda and I will not forget you my friend.

    • Becky says:

      He was always happy to see you both and thankful that you looked after our grandson and property when we weren’t there. Thanks for being such great friends to us both.

    • sam magnussen says:

      Stan-I am saddened by this news that I just found out. Becky and your family remain in our prayers, as always.
      You and I shared some amazing experiences back on “the hill”- we will meet again, my friend..

  2. Amy Underwood says:

    He had the Best smile!! See you again some day. Rip Uncle Stan.

  3. Janet Butler says:

    Loved him dearly and I will always remember the good times we had in North Carolina,and especially when he came to Rota Spain and he got off base liberty and I took hiim to a Disko in Madrid and he actually danced with me. The times at camp how he lovingly made fun of Becky and I awing and ooing over the fireworks at 4th of July..Rest in Peace dear Brother you were loved here and have joined loved ones Your Sister Janet

    • Kathy Flanagan Docy says:

      Janet & Dottie,
      So sorry to hear about Stanley. I can still remember when we lost my brother Mike, you never get over it, you just go on. You have my deepest condolences. I would love to see you when you are feeling up to it. Please call me and maybe we can get together and go have coffee or lunch somewhere. You can reach me at 330-400-6750. Again, my deepest condolences.

  4. Eve and Dean Schmid and Family says:

    We send our prayers, love and hugs during this difficult time. We will miss him but know we will be together in heaven. I can remember when Stan stayed with us when Aunt Nancy was sick. For Mark and I, he was a cool big brother. I am sure he is surrounded in heaven by those who loved him so; not only his mom-but our mom; his Aunt Sally. Till we meet again. ????

  5. Nancy Laria says:

    You were always special to me. My first love. My prayers are with your family. You were one proud Marine! RIP and enjoy your time with your momma! Nancy Laria

  6. Tina Dray and Family says:

    Janet and Family,
    We are so sorry for the loss of your Brother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  7. RON SKYE says:

    Dorothy(Dottie),and Janet…I’ve wondered more than a few times of you all and I’m sorry that when I’ve finally heard a little of you it’s like this…my name is Ron Skye(Suchansky) and I lived across the street from you on Fenton ave in Mogadore….I remember all of you and your mom and dad too…….I’m sorry to read about Stan and hope the rest of you are doing well….I’ve always considered you all as “old neighbor friends of mine”……take care…Ron Skye…uniontown ohio….my email address is if you care to…..

  8. Anonymous says:

    Our deepest condolences for the passing of Stan… He was a truly great person to know…We always had fun in Tommy’s golf league back in the day…

    Randy and Tracy Hull

  9. Daren Marshall says:

    Janet and family. So very sorry for your loss. But the love you shared will comfort you always. The memories will bring you peace. Prayers to each of you. Hugs.

  10. Erin Callahan says:

    So grateful I took the chance to go up with grandma in January to spend the little time we had left with him. It was amazing to share and hear everyone’s stories. Such a loving man. see you soon ????

  11. Steven slack says:

    We will miss you uncle stan till we meet again on the other side rest in peace ????

  12. Erin Callahan says:

    so much love. I’m so grateful I went up to see him with grandma keen in January. We shared so many stories and memories that day. God bless our family ????

  13. Mary Kisner says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family, and I am glad he is finally at peace.
    Love from,
    Mary and Johnny Kisner

  14. Kathy Flanagan Docy says:

    Janet & Dottie: So sorry to hear about the loss of your brother Stanley. The loss of a sibling is never easy. It has been 31 years since we lost my brother Mike and it never gets easier. I will keep your family in my prayers. I can still remember your mom like it was yesterday. I always thought very highly of her. I know my mom missed her terribly when she passed away, as did I. Please get in touch with me when you are up to it. I would love to get together with you and maybe go have coffee, lunch or dinner. Take care.

  15. Tim Carter says:

    Way back when I hung out with Stan, he was always chipper and continually busy doing some project, and got me to help on a few of them teaching me a few skills along the way, he always had the time for a chin wag and a laugh.
    Rest In Peace mate.
    Condolences to his lovely wife Becky and family.

  16. Joyce reed says:

    Becky I’m so sorry for your loss. My heart is with you.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Thank you, Joyce.

  18. Bill Robinson says:

    From the time Stanley and I walked in a snow blizzard in the 10th grade we became immediate friends.We remained friends during and after the Marines.I will never forget his friendship and deep loyalty to his family.I will miss him the rest of my life and regret we were not able to visit with one another later in life..My deepest condolence to Becky, his son Dale, grandchildren and sisters
    Rest in peace my friend????

  19. Bill Robinson says:

    I will always be grateful for Stanley in my life.The best friend any man could have.
    Rest in peace , I will see you on the other side

  20. AJ says:

    No words can take away the pain of losing a loved one… I am so sorry for your loss. Stan is not suffering any longer, and I hope it brings you some comfort knowing that he is now in a deep sleep, in peace (1 Thessalonians 4:13,14). Please know that you are not alone going through this. God is with you while you endure this terrible loss. Please trust in His promise, that we will not be going through this forever; suffering, getting sick, growing old, and dying. There is a hope that God has promised us. Revelation 21:3,4

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