I will miss Stan very much. He's been a friend since the late 1970s. It was Stan who recommended that I come up to Little Pike Bay which I'm so thankful for. He made our LPB community campfires special with his music and singing. R.I.P. Stan
I will remember the times that were enjoyed by all of us.
Will miss you Stan and when I think of Bob you will be there also.
Remembering our friend Stan is easy. Huge smile, guitar playing/singing around the campfire, drink in hand.... kids playing together. He was always such a good soul. He was also a wonderful friend to my parents, Vic and May Hinnells. Thoughts and prayers from Vicki Hinnells and family.
Breanda....Darrell and I wish to send our sincere condolences to you and your family
I have known Stan since I was a little girl at Little Pike Bay~he was always so kind and helpful to my parents May and Vic Hinnells. I will always remember Stan- he was quite the character ..I will remember the talented man..guitar player singer and jack of all trades
RIP Stan..you will be missed
Jackie and Darrell Earle
I krystal dinn just want to share one of many memories of my uncle Stan. I remember being a young girl and going up to my aunt and uncles trailer in my uncles old station wagon with their dog shimo. I will miss him horribly. My deepest sympathies to my aunt Brenda. My mom Cathy Dinn shares loving memories of playing the guitar with uncle Stan. My dad Patrick remembers working with my uncle at Hansen. Rest with the angels uncle Stan we love you