Stanley W. MARCHUTE, age 92. Passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 3, in Fort Worth, TX. Beloved husband of the late Mary (nee Hebda). Dearest father of Deborah Grischow (Don) and the late Denise Falin (Warren). Loving grandfather of Scott Grischow (Linda), Erica Vance (Eric), Joshua Falin (fiancee Katie Lehky) and Vanessa Borkey (Ryan). Dear great grandfather of Daley, Christian, Devin and one precious great grandchild on the way. Beloved brother, uncle and friend to many. WWII Army Vet. VFW Post #1974, and St. Francis Holy Name Society Member.
MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL, TUES., MAY 12, 10:00 AM at St. FRANCIS DeSALES CHURCH. Interment, All Saints Cemetery. VISITATION: MON. 4-8 PM at The ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL Rd. PARMA (between Snow & Ridge).
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Messages of Condolence
May you rest in peace my dear friend of many, many years. What a beautiful long life you were given and very blessed until your final day. I will certainly miss you with all my heart, and hold my memories very close.
Stan, I am so happy that we had the honor to meet and get to know you. I’m so glad we got to see you on holidays and at the kids birthday parties. You were a wonderful person, and reminded me so much of my grandfather. May you rest in peace. You will be missed so much!
Debbie, Don and Family we are sorry for your loss of your Dad. You are in our Thoughts and Prayers.
Rest in peace Stan. Thank you for sharing your daughter and grand daughter with the world, your kindness reflects off of them.
Stan the Man. My God Father and Hero. From the coal mines of pennsylvania, fought the nazis in Germany, the job corp in the hot desert to the steel mills in Cleveland-Stan was a worker no one could match yet a gentle good hearted person. He would hang around after a day in the mines to see his Mecky, she was great to. Thanks for moving our family from St. Louis to Ohio and for fixing my place in tucson 32 years later. you and my Dad Fred made a good team.I pray you are with your Mecky and are at Peace.
Love you, Tim Curtner