Stanley Leroy Dortche
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DORTCHE, STANLEY LEROY Stanley Leroy Dortche, 73, of New Haven and an original member of "The Five Satins" passed away October 2, 2010. A celebration of his life will take place Tuesday October 12, 2010 at 11:00 AM at Ebenezer Chapel Church, 50 Dwight Street, New Haven, CT 06511. Friends may call Tuesday at the church from 9-11 AM. Interment is private. To read the full obituary and leave a message of comfort to the Dortche family, please visit our webstie at

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Published in New Haven Register from Oct. 8 to Oct. 10, 2010.
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October 10, 2010
uncle stanely i gonna miss you so much im gonna miss having late night snacks together and the sound of u singing early in the mornining me and the kids will miss u dearly your niece in law berta
October 10, 2010
I'll never hear the bell, i'll never hear the bell.....this was a song every time i see uncle stanley he would sing, rain snow, or shine. you will get a song.
he was one who always had a song in his heart and was willing to share.....God bless.
Alex Moses
October 10, 2010
god bless,you
Deedee Durham
October 10, 2010
uncle stanely u will truley be missed love u so much, kiss my mom for me, your neice barri
barri bolden
October 10, 2010
i wasnt thier when u passed but i love u for all that u done with me and my kids i love u uncle stanley
gregory keeton
October 10, 2010
i loe u uncle you were a great uncle tell everyone hi and i know ur sister is glad to see u and her husband is fine we love u sooooooooooooooooooo much
ellecia smith
October 10, 2010
you were part of an era that will always live
Fred R
October 10, 2010
uncle stanley dortche will be greatly missed , most of all is his singing at family get togethers , we love and miss you uncle stanley . now you can rest in peace . RIP Stanley
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