Walter Bud Stann  March 08 1945  October 01 2019

Walter Bud Stann March 08 1945 October 01 2019

March 08 1945 October 01 2019
Walter’s Obituary Walter “Bud” Stann, 74, formerly of East Stroudsburg, passed away on October 1. He was the widower of Johanna (Livezey) Stann, with whom he shared a beautiful marriage of 35 years before her passing in 2003. Bud was loved by four children, Rion Stann and wife, Jane; Leah Titus and husband, Blaine; Shelley Hayden and husband, Ed; Becky Stann and significant other, Brian Ace. He was the loving Grandfather to Josephine and Michayle. Bud proudly attended West Point Military Academy and retired from his career with PennDot in 1999. He was involved with many organizations and had a positive impact on his community and all he crossed paths with. Bud was the son of the late Helene (Woloszyn) and Walter Stann, Sr. He is survived by his sister, Deborah Stann; life-long friends and sister- and brother-in-law Agnes and Dave Harman; and a special cousin, Joe Przywara and wife Tina. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him. There will be no services at this time. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be given in Bud’s name to The Folded Flag Foundation, Inc. ( Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Walter Bud Stann March 08 1945 October 01 2019.

Eugene J Harrison Funeral Home

Death notice for the town of: Archbald, state: Pennsylvania

death notice Walter Bud Stann March 08 1945 October 01 2019

obituary notice Walter Bud Stann March 08 1945 October 01 2019

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