Nancy, I was so sorry to hear about your Dad. Malta , and all of Dekalb County lost a good man.Please give your mom my best.I remember her always helping out on class field trips and anytime I attended a funeral for one of my family members at the Malta Methodist Church.It takes a spiecal person to do things like that for others,and thats what your parents were,spiecal.Please express my condolences also to your brother,Jim.
Dorothy and family,
Know that our prayers are with you at this time. May God's holy presence give you peace and strength.
Craig & Jeanne Duffield and family
I will have you all in my thoughts in prayers at this time of Loss of Uncle Kenny. Hope to see as many of my family from Illinois at the Stoddard Reunion at the end of month. God Bless..................<3 Judy Smith
My condolences to your family
What a kind freindly happy man Ken always was. He gave so much of his time and talents to our wonderful little town of Malta and the people he knew. So sad I will not run into him again and have a nice chat. Thoughts and prayers to all of Kens family and friends.
Jim and family, I am truly sorry to hear about the passing of you father. You dad was an outstanding person in our little community of Malta. You dad will be truly missed. I can remember your dad and mother at the basketball games and school functions back at good old Malta High School. Jim and family, you are in my prayers. God Bless.
jim:so sorry to hear about your dad,my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. sincerely, paul "adolph" miller
To the Stoddard family...We are so sorry you lost a very special person. Feel blessed you had him in your life. Your memories will keep him alive in your hearts. God bless all of you.
In our prayers,
Joe and Sandy Konecny
Uncle Kenny was a wonderful person! Loved hearing his chuckle to a good story.You could learn a lot about farming, raising baby lambs, gardening and mischievous activities from his youth if you had a few minutes to listen. He always thought of himself as one of the young guys, helping to set up tables and chairs for a party or event or doing physical activity that was not meant for a "senior", but he did not think of himself as an old man. This is why he had such a young spirit. Thanks for the good memories Uncle Kenny, we will miss you.
Karen (Stoddard) and Rod Alfano