Stanley-Shewlakow-Obituary

Stanley J. Shewlakow

Millville, New Jersey

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Stan's influence on the world around him can never be fully known. He touched so many by his willingness to be involved. We knew him thru church & Rangers. He will be missed. Accept our sympathy, Jim & Patty Wilson also Bob & Kay Mitchell

Remembering Stan and his family in our thoughts and prayers. He will be missed here on Earth, but we await our great family reunion in heaven.
Love,
Margaret Lilley Smith and family (second cousins through Anna Mary)

He was a soldier in God's army. He will be greatly missed.

Dear Family,We are sad for your loss and for the loss in the lives that Stan touched. Anna Mary is my mother's 1st cousin and I remember both of your parents clearly from family reunions and from our community. We also lived "out Bridgeton Pike".The last time I saw all of you together was at our last official Jerrell Family Reunion which your parents most graciously hosted.We regret that we wont be able to travel down for services.Your parents are missed here on Earth but the...

I ONLY KNEW STAN A SHORT TIME AND FOUND HIM TO BE A GENTLE AND CARING PERSON. HE WILL BE MISSED AT THE GIDEONS MILLVILLE CAMP.

CHARLIE BRAMBLE

Dear Becky and Steve and Love Ones.....Our Love and Prayers are with you at this time. Stan was such a blessing to us and was a big part of our Royal Ranger Life.

To Becky,Steven,Alex and family members, we wish to express our deepest sympathy. Our great memories of Stan will be in our hearts forever. Please know that our prayers and thoughts of love are with you during this difficult time.

Becky, Steven, and family. When your mom passed away our hearts were saddened. We had many wonderful times with your mom and dad. Now your dad is gone and our hearts are saddened once again. They were both friends of ours for many years. We had many great and fun times together. They both are going to be truly missed. We are joyful that they are once again together with Jesus in heaven. You all are all in our thoughts and prayers.

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Stanley J. Shewlakow, 71, of Millville passed away unexpectedly on Friday, April 5, 2013.

Born in Ukraine, Stan immigrated to the United States at the age of 8. A Millville resident for most of his life, he graduated from Millville High School in 1960 and Southwest Missouri State...

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