Dear Mike, Ana & family,
We were stunned and saddened to hear about your dad's passing. Had we known, we would have come to the viewing and funeral. Mike, it looked like you had a great visit with him just before his passing, which must be a great source of comfort for you.
We will pray for the repose of your father's soul and for comfort & strength for your family!
Dee & Jody
dear rev.msgr. jake, just checking uphome obits and i came across your brother stan's name..so sorry to hear of his passing.. sending love 7 prayers to you&family GOD bless you all.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
My condolences to the Grabish family. Mr. Grabish was a great man, role model for the community and most of all a great father. God bless you all.
Msgr. Jake and family,
Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your beloved brother. We pray God's love and tenderness will fill your heart with peace and the loving memories you shared get you through these times. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. God bless.
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Grabish's passing. However, so happy to have seen him late August. I will alway s remember all the Penn State football Mr. Grabish and my own father, Charles Staso inflicted upon us as children. Because of all those football parties, I'm a PSU fan today. To Mrs. Grabish, you and your family will always be in my heart and I will treasure our times together as they are some of the fondest memories I've ever had. We will miss Mr.Grabish, he was a wonderful man.
Please accept our sympathies to all the Grabish family on the loss of such a remarkable man.
Warmest wishes from Betsy & Steve Beltle
Please accept our sincere sympathy John, Erin, Bea and all the Grabish Family.
My condolences to the Grabish family particularly Monsignor John Grabish who has been a good friend and spiritual influnce for many years.
Dear Bea and Family,
Stan was a wonderful and loving person.
He will be missed by many.
We will pray for you.
The Gorski Family
My condolences-- Stan was a friend and neighbor since 1976 and a patient for many years. He will be deeply missed.
My deepest sympathy to you and your family.on the loss of a wonderful friend.
Within our hearts and in our memories those we love remain with us always.
My condolences to the Grabish family particularly Monsignor John Grabish who has been a good friend for along time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.If we can do anything for you please let us know
I am so sorry to hear about Stanley s passing . I just saw him at our 60th high school class reunion this past August. I will always have the memory of him being my date for the high school junior prom. He was a great friend and classmate. He and his family are in my prayers. Peace be with all of you. Sincerely, Mary Ann (Potts)Custodio
Stan always had a smile on his face. He was a wonderful man, his love & and joy for his grandchildren Katie & Charlie would shine through him. He always knew how to have fun & play with them. I extend my heartfelt sympathy to Bea & family. Stan will be missed and remembered with fondness.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Bea and Family
Bernie, Al & Father Jake
Janice and I along with the girls send our sincerest condolences on the loss of Stash. When sorrow comes, think about all the laughter and joy we have been blessed with by having him in our lives.I hope your hearts will heal as you smile. He was the best.
Msgr. Jake, we were sorry to hear of your brothers passing. Please accept our sincere Love and prayers for you and your entire family. God bless all of you at this most difficult time.
Dear Bea and Family,
Our deepest heartfelt sympathy over the loss of your beloved husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather.
Stan was a wonderful dedicated faith filled humble giving man. Family was everthing to him. Family was his life mission. Everyone who knew Stan loved him for who he was. Always smiling and taking care of business with love and concern for the best.
None of Stan's suffering battle with his illness was ever in vain. He fought the good fight and won. Now he is home with all the other loved ones who have gone before him. Keep in mind Stan will live forever in your hearts and one day you too will be reunited with him.
Know you are all our thoughts and prayers. May God bless you and comfort you with His peace and love.
Linda & Tom Morano
My deepest sympathy and Christian love to Msgr. and the entire family at this time of loss. Jack has shared stories of his family's life in Saint Clair, and I know his brother was an important part of those memories. May the peace of the Risen Christ offer comfort and hope in the days ahead.
Dear Bea and family,
So sorry to hear about Stan. I will miss are visits. He always made you feel welcomed. I'll Always remember his smile. I ask what he was hungry for I'll have the filled Cabbage. Thanks to Diane we made it happen. Also Jetta and Carol for ingriedients. I'm glad we made him happy. God Bless you Bea & family.
Love Nellie and family
Beatty and Family,
I am shocked and sadden by the loss of Stan what a special man he truly was.Please know that you are in my prayers. God Bless you all.
Your Cousin Angela McCann
I grew up with Stan in St.Clair,PA. Our parents were in each others weddings. We have been best friends for 78 years. We went thru school together, the military and then Penn State on the GI Bill. Stan was also my Best Man in my wedding. We spent many happy family events together - weddings, baptisms, birthdays, anniversaries, etc. Lenore and I are God Parents to his son, Michael. Stan was a very spiritual man, a devoted husband and father and a loving grandfather. He will be greatly missed! Love and God Bless, Joe and Lenore Stepenosky
Stan was a wonderful man and we always enjoyed being in his company.He will be sadly missed,but we will always have wonderful memories. Our love to Beatty and all the family.
We have lost a truly great friend. Stan and I grew up together. We shared many events together - grade and high school, college, military service and personal events with our families. Stan was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend. We shall miss him dearly.
Stan im gonna miss you so very much..you were like a step father to me..such a good person..your family lived next to my parents house in hatfield thru my school yrs..babysit for the girls when they were young..luv you..thoughts and prayers are with the family...luv you Bea..miss you Linda Sidman/DeSimone
Thoughts and prayers to the Grabish family.
Stanley was an inspirational father figure and much admired by me and my family. Love and prayers to Mary, Mrs. Grabish and the entire family. Love, Carla and Steven South
Mr. Grabish, you will be missed by so many. You and my dad were great role models for me. I will always remember how you treated me just like one of your own. I enjoyed your sense of humor and warmth- not to mention your great chili and watching Penn State games with you and the gang. Going to Phillies games with you and the boys in the Stan Van is a great childhood memory of mine. I have nothing but respect and love for you and my family feels the same way. Rest In Peace. Love, your neighbor Mike Cardamone
We are so saddened to hear of Stan's death. Such a nice man...I will always remember his smile on his many walks around the neighborhood beaming proudly about all his grandchildren. Our thoughts and prayers to all of you.