Stanley was a friend of mine from the K-Flow days at the hangar in the Millville Airport. JOATMON was his license plate on his car. Jack of all trades master of none.
Celebrate the happy times and know he's in a better place now.
I lost my father a month ago and they both were great examples of the greatest generation!
Kitty & Family,
I am so sorry for your loss.Remember the love and happy times.
Alice, My heartfelt sympathy. I always enjoyed seeing Stanley and you come to Dr. Mintz office, Stanley was always funny and very pleasant to us no matter how he felt. May he rest in peace, and God bless you and take care.
My sympathies to his children. Stanley was my first cousin. His mother, Bessie, and my mother, Elsie, were sisters. His passing followed the passing of my brother, Joseph Arthur Ayares, by a two weeks.
I remember writing letters to Stanley when he was in France and always received a reply.
Jane Ayares Mangano
I will always remember Stan for his sense of humor. I didn't see him often, but when we would all gather in Newport, it was as though we had never been apart. Last year he sent me a handwritten letter after I discovered I had cancer. It was sincere and touching, but by the end of the letter, he had me laughing. I received many cards and emails, but that handwritten letter still holds a special place in my heart and my memory box. May you rest in peace Stan.
A Man who gave his all for his Country and family. He was hero to many and will be missed.
I will miss you more than you could imagine. If it wasn't for you and Granny, Stephanie and I wouldn't be who we are today. I just wish I would of thanked you.