STANLEY-ATEN-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Chambers Funeral Homes - Berea

STANLEY D. ATEN

Cleveland, Ohio

Jun 13, 1967 – Nov 10, 2018

Obituary

Send Flowers

Chambers Funeral Homes - Berea Obituary

STANLEY D. ATEN age 51; Loving husband and soul mate and Vegas partner of Kathy (nee Gilyon); devoted father and had unconditional love for his children, Alexis, Ryan, Shannon Rease, Tevon Rease and Tyler; dear son of Julie (nee Friederich) and Orley Aten; cherished brother of Brad (Dana), Greg (Sharon), Jeff (Stephanie) and Tim (Peggy); much loved nephew, uncle, cousin and friend of many.  Stan touched so many lives besides his family and was a beloved baseball coach in Berea and Middleburg Hts. and was a proud graduate and lifelong supporter of Mentor High School.  Passed away suddenly November 10, 2018. Funeral Service Thursday, November 15, at 10:30 A.M. in the CHAMBERS FUNERAL HOME of BEREA, 86 ADALBERT ST. OFF FRONT ST. (LOCATED IN THE POLISH VILLAGE HISTORIC DISTRICT) where friends may call WEDNESDAY 3-7 P.M.

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Losing someone you love in an instant can feel so unreal, and realistically, nothing will completely erase the pain. But accepting loving support from others and doing positive things that bring you joy, will help you handle the flood of emotions- Ecclesiastes 5:20.

Sincere condolences to Stans family. I have not been in touch with Stan since HS, but he was a wonderful person. Ive known him since elementary. My thoughts are with your family.

Stan was a great friend, teammate, father, husband, all around person that I had the privilege to know. R.I.P Stan. Class of 85, teammate of Mentor High Baseball. Thanks for the memories and the fun.

So sorry about your loss, look to God to heal and we all pray for your families.

Sending the Aten family our sincere condolences, love and prayers.

Our thoughts and prayers for Julie and Orley and whole family. Your wonderful family will support each another at this trying time.

"O" and Jules, Anna and I were shocked ! You are in our thoughts and prayers.

I am so sorry for your sudden loss Kathy. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

We are so sad to hear of Stanley's passing. He was always smiling, quick to laughter, and the first to bring wit and levity to a gathering.
Our hearts go out to the entire Aten family.
We are so sorry for your loss.