Stanton-Musser-Obituary

Stanton Richard Musser Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret)

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

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We are sorry to hear about the passing of Stan. He was a real inspiration to me at Hill Afb, Utah.

Dawn, Stan was my ultimate AF Role model. He was Vice Comm when I was a cadet. I continue to try to live by the ideals I saw in him.

Dawn, I just got the word last night about Stan. My heart is broken. He was a great friend and a great patriot. You and the rest of the clan are in my thoughts and prayers.

May God grant you peace at this difficult time.Romans15:13

Dawn~
This is a "voice out of your past". We were at Gettysburg College with you. We were saddened to read about your wonderful husband, Stan, in the Gettysburg Times. We have retired to the Gettysburg area. We were just recently in Red Lion and were talking with our friends about you. We remember you with great fondness. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.

Losing a love one is hard but Jehovah God gives the promise that one day death will be removed And the hope of resurrection is something that we have to look forward to. Matthew 5:28,29

My wife and I went to Gettysburg College same time as Stan. We ran on the track team albeit I was not in Stan's league . Another member of the track team was Ron Paul, candidate for president. It happens that his sister Sandy gave us the news of Stan's passing.

JANE AND ART HENDLEY

Dawn:

Love from Jane and me, and Muss, thanks for the memories, thanks for the best sale in your life, Dawn, and thanks,from a grateful Nation for all you did to make the world a safer place. Thanks for hiding the Pledge Class Initiation week, a genuis
already at work on a battlefield which you knew by heart, and your first of many battlefields. Thanks for taking over the CORP at Virginia Tech, and making it the best Corp in ROTC HQ.

Thank you for your dedicated sacrifice and service. Donation at Wounded Warrior in memory of you.

Obituary

Stanton's Obituary

Stanton Musser passed away in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The obituary was featured in Gettysburg Times on October 12, 2012.