Condolences for Stanley Rowland

Michael Francis posted on 7/29/19

Gayle i’m sorry to hear you lost the love of your life your husband your best friend and your true love I am so glad that I got to meet the both of you in the short amount of time that I was able to for the 2019 meant 400

 

Gail Flores posted on 7/25/19

Gayle, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. I can't begin to imagine the emotions you are going through. The separation that death brings is heartbreaking. I pray the Lord will be with you during this difficult time. Sincerely, Gail Flores

 

Gill Taylor posted on 7/25/19

To add that Stanley was a man of principle and loved his family.

 

 

Gill Taylor posted on 7/25/19

Sorry to hear of Stanley passing. But happy that he had a life that he loved.

 

Jean Anthony posted on 7/24/19

Remembering fun times with a generous man- Rest In Peace Stanley - you left us way too soon. May loving memories bring peaceful moments to the hearts of his family now.

 

Jan Cusumano posted on 7/24/19

As we knew him in Cozumel, Mexico, Spring Break Stan was a force to be reckoned with. I will miss his love and passion for life, and his appreciation of this special island. A Blue Margarita will never be the same without you Spring Break!

 

John Hetrick posted on 7/24/19

Stan was always one of my favorite customers. We became friends, because we both had a passion for Motorsports. Stan lived that passion. He was racers racer . God speed Stan

 

Joann Bagley posted on 7/24/19

You were one of the best Stanley , thank you for all you did and believing in Morgan , ronnie and I will never ever forget you , please Dear Lord comfort Gayle and all the rest of Stanley’s family . GODSPEED OUR FRIEND

 

Fast Eddy posted on 7/24/19

My deepest condolences to the family. I greatly enjoyed seeing him and his racing team at the races. May Gods speed be with him.

 

Mark lunaas posted on 7/24/19

Stanley was a stand up man. Fun guy to be around. He will be missed God bless him and his family.

 

 

Tonya Scroggins posted on 7/24/19

Uncle Stanley was always a lot of fun to be around! He was always smiling. He seemed fearless driving and hard working. The world lost a really Great Guy. RIP Uncle Stanley you will be missed!

 

 

JD McKown posted on 7/24/19

Stanley was a great boss and a wonderful guy that we all loved .He will be miss by many.

 

James Anthony posted on 7/23/19

Stanley had a great smile and a ‘everyone’s welcome’ attitude. I enjoyed being around him at racing events and at family gatherings Cedar Creek Lake. I especially enjoyed hearing about his military service in Europe and that he was an a electrician in spite of being color blind - very challenging- just one of many unique Stanley qualities.