Stanley C. "Stan" Ewald
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Stanley "Stan" C. Ewald

Ewald, Stanley "Stan" C. 70, of Glendale, AZ. Passed away on January 26, 2021. Stan was born and raised in Watertown, SD. Stan served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Korea before his discharge in 1972. As a young man, Stan started playing drums and played with several bands throughout his career; The Squires, DJ Small and the Storm Creek Band, Sweet Clover and On the Horizon were just a few. In 1983, Stan moved to Arizona with his wife and 3 children, Stan worked in the insurance business for 30+ years and was highly respected throughout the industry. Stan was preceded in death by his wife, Julianne Ewald, his parents, Stan and Irene Ewald (SD), his brother, Ronald Ewald (CA), and his sister, Bonnie Junso (SD). Stan is survived by his three loving daughters, Michele Parrish (Keith) of Surprise, AZ, Catherine Barnt (Jeremy) of Youngtown, Arizona, Tracy Liphardt (Brian) of DeWitt, Iowa, sister, Linda Fjerstad (Don) of Watertown, SD, niece, Debbie Byer (Tim) of Sioux Falls, SD, 11 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Services will be held at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona at a later date.

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Published in The Arizona Republic from Feb. 18 to Feb. 21, 2021.
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February 28, 2021
I am shocked to read that my friend Stan has passed away. Stan and I played music on the road where he met his wife Julie in Iowa. In 1982 I moved to Arizona and Stan and Julie followed about a year later. Stan decided to go into the insurance business which was a good choice for him. We kept in touch for awhile but then slowly faded apart. It turns out that my wife and I moved to Iowa about a year ago and settled in a town just a few miles away from where Stan and Julie lived in DeWitt, Iowa. I talked to Stan on the phone last fall for over an hour and got caught up with our lives. We promised to stay in touch. Now I'm sad to hear of his passing. I'm asking that one of his daughters would please contact me and let me know what happened. Thank you. And Thank You Stan for being a good friend.
Todd Hagen
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