Stanley-Mikita-Obituary

Stanley Mikita

May 20, 1940 – Aug 7, 2018 (Age 78)

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Born, Stanislav Guoth in Sokolce, Czechoslovakia on May 20, 1940 to Jurag and Emilia, Stan passed away on August 7, 2018 at the age of 78 surrounded by his loving family: Jill, his wife of 55 years; children Meg (Emily & Erin Johnson), Scott (Hannah & Lily Mikita), Jane Gneiser and her...

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As one who suffered through a similar neurological disease (watching my mother go through Alzheimer's) I have some idea of what you went through and you have my most sincere sympathy and condolences. Neither Stan nor my mom deserved to go that way but God's will be done and from what I have heard he led an exemplary life and his soul is safe in heaven. As young teenagers we used to see Stan, from time to time, visiting a neighbor on our block, on Clarence Avenue in Berwyn. He always said 'Hi'...

Stan- you were probably one of the greatest hockey players during your time and god will be with you always!

Met Stan and got an autograph. My impression was he was good person with a great sense of humor. God Bless and thank you.

During this time of great sorrow and pain, know that you are not alone. May God give your family strength and comfort to help you endure this time of loss. As you remember your beloved one, may our Father, the God of peace, give you comfort and peace in every way today, tomorrow, and always. Please accept my sincere condolences. 2nd Thess. 3:16

My Condolences to the family of Stan Mikita for your loss ,may the God of tender mercy be with you at this time of sadness.

By the endearing sentiments of all that knew and loved Mr. Mikita gives evidence that he was a kind person.
My prayers to the family you have peace and comfort. May he remain in God's book of remembrance ~ Psalm 147:4

Im so sorry for your loss, may the god of all comfort be with you in this difficult time.

I was at a Thanksgiving Blackhawks game in the late 60's with uncle, dad & cousins, when a ref made a bad call and frozen turkeys and Blackhawk hats went flying onto the ice hurled by irate fans, and along came Stosh, skating by and grinning at us! Rest in peace wonderful man from a longtime Hawks, Mikita, Hull fan. Sincere sympathy to the Mikita Family and all Hawks fans. Am sure Stan is yelling down to everyone, Go Hawks!!! RIP and thanks for the fantastic memories!