So sorry to hear about Stanley, I knew him first at the First Baptist church in MWC since we were around four and then on up and through high school, he was a very sweet guy, prayers to his family.
I can still hear the jingle from the bell on his boot, and the stories he could tell.... We shared a LOT of good times, and some not so good, at the Peter. Charley was an awesome friend and co worker, who would be there for you at the drop of a hat, and an overall genuinely good man who believed in Our Lord and had Faith beyond measure.
RIP ol' friend.... You will be dearly missed!! ( We WILL meet again and now when I finally get that ride on your Harley we will be cruising the streets of Gold )
charlie was a good boss. we rode together on his bike from a wedding ond day to do a procedure. he gave my husband his first 'bell' for his bike. bj, our prayers are with you. darla , his old nurse, & wolf heilemann
charlie was my boss & good friend. we rode together from a wedding to do a procedure on his bike. he gave my husband his first 'bell' for his new bike. b.j, our prayers are with you. darla & wolf heilemann
I grew up in church with Stan. He always had a smile and a good time. His energy drew others to him. I am so sorry for your loss. He was too young to go.
We remember fondly our friendship with Tinker and BJ. Heaven will be even nicer with you there Tinker! May God bless and comfort your family. Great biker & friend to Hal & Rebecca.
I was a high school classmate of Stan and will always remember his wonderful sense of humor and team spirit. He was a great guy and loved his family. My condolences to you Brenda and your children.
There are no words to adequately express the joy of the friendship we all shared. Our friend, Charlie, has been a gift and blessing from our Lord Jesus. Many blessings and love to his family.
Deepest condolences to Brenda and family.
Grant & Charlotte Gregory - OKC, OK