Stanley Duane Stamarski

Stanley Duane Stamarski, 58, of Connaught Street, Kingston, Ont., passed away June 21, 2002 at the Kingston General Hospital.
Stanley was born in Fort Frances, Ont., the son of Stanley and Mildred Stamarski. He had lived in the Kingston area for 25 years.
Stan worked at DND C.E. Section CFB Kingston, and had a 25-year career with the Canadian Air Force prior to that. His military career took him many places worldwide.
He attended St. Mary’s Separate School and Fort Frances High School in Fort Frances.
Stanley attended the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and was a financial clerk there. He also belonged to the Kingston Transit Advisory Committee and the Kingston Rail Fan Club.
Stan’s family was most important to him. Taking care of their needs came first.
Stan truly enjoyed every aspect of “transportation.” His greatest interest was trains and buses, and their operations. He also loved to travel, and spent many hours planning and organizing upcoming trips.
Stan was one of a very few number of people who actually looked forward to going to work each day and interacting with his many co-workers, who were special friends to him.
Stanley is survived by his wife, Pat; parents, Mildred and Stanley; brothers, Rick (Carolyn), Dale (Sheri), and Mike (Loralie); daughters, Loralie, Heather, and Heidi; grandchildren, Mary, Rob, Ashley, Cailin, Josh, Mia, and Noah; and great-grandchildren, Jeremy, Jacob, and Jonah.
Stanley was predeceased by his daughter, Susan.
The funeral was held June 25, 2002, with Graham Lambert officiating.
Pallbearers were Mike Arpin, Gerry Levesque, Jerry White, George Desrochers, Chris Stamarski, and Rob Allan.
Interment was in Glenhaven Memorial Gardens.