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Stanley “Stan” Dwain Schrader, 69, of Kersey, Colo., passed away November 23, 2009.

He was born to Reuben Schrader and Emilia (Wolf) Schrader. His educational years were spent at Eaton schools where Stan made lifelong friends through the class of 1958.

Stan worked at Andolseks Conoco Station in Eaton, Colo., Monfort Packing Company (maintenance) for 10 years, Great Western Sugar Company (mechanic) for five years, Goodell Bros. Construction and Goodell Contractors for 25 years (mechanic) where he left great friends and the best employers in the world (his words), Orville and Rose Goodell and Jack and Cindy Goodell. Stan was a “Jack of all trades and a master of many.”

His children and grandchildren called him their personal mechanic and fixer upper of many things they themselves couldn’t fix. He was always there to give a friend, stranger or family a helping hand; respected by many as a hardworking man.

Stanley married Judy (Brawner) Schrader on Dec. 15, 1961, at the Eaton Lutheran Church. They would have been married for 48 years on Dec. 15.

Stan attended his children’s gymkhanas, roller skating, competitions, 4-H, middle to high school sports events and summer softball and hardball games, enjoying every minute and, of course, yelling at the officials whether it be children or grandchildren participating.

He is survived by his mother, Emilia (Millie) Schrader of Greeley, Colo.; his wife, Judy of Kersey, Colo.; a daughter, Kelly (Loloff) Welnetz of Kersey, Colo.; two sons, Scott and Vicki Schrader of Greeley, Colo., and Stacey and Robin Schrader of Gilbert, Ariz.; a sister and brother-in-law, Colleen and Larry Amick of Greeley, Colo.; six grandchildren of whom he was very proud and deeply loved, Nicholas Schrader, Sage Schrader and friend Gilbert Martinez, and Matthew Decker, all of Greeley, Colo., Shelby Schrader of Springfield, Mo., Megon Welnetz of Kersey, Colo. and Austin Schrader of Tempe, Ariz.; sister-in-law, Grace (Brawner) Bain of Hemet, Calif., and Mr. Peggy (Bain) Brawner of Aurora, Colo.; brother-in-law, Howard Brawner of Evans, Colo.; sister and brother-in-law, Robert and Nancy (Brawner) Fillinger of Greeley, Colo.; a very special aunt, Ms. Helen Fantone of Florida; two uncles, Sam Schraeder of Greeley, Colo., and Solomon Schraeder of Montana; and many nieces and nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Rueben Schrader; mother and father-in-law, Ruth and Howard Brawner; a brother-in-law, Everette Brawner.

There are no services as Stanley donated his body to Anatomy Gift Registry, hoping it will give another person a better life through science and medicine. Stanley was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in November 2007. Any condolences or memoriams may be sent to Mrs. Stanley Schrader of Kersey.

Stanley “Stan” Dwain Schrader, 69, of Kersey, Colo., passed away November 23, 2009.

He was born to Reuben Schrader and Emilia (Wolf) Schrader. His educational years were spent at Eaton schools where Stan made lifelong friends through the class of 1958.

Stan worked at Andolseks Conoco Station in Eaton, Colo., Monfort Packing Company (maintenance) for 10 years, Great Western Sugar Company (mechanic) for five years, Goodell Bros. Construction and Goodell Contractors for 25 years (mechanic) where he left great friends and the best employers in the world (his words), Orville and Rose Goodell and Jack and Cindy Goodell. Stan was a “Jack of all trades and a master of many.”

His children and grandchildren called him their personal mechanic and fixer upper of many things they themselves couldn’t fix. He was always there to give a friend, stranger or family a helping hand; respected by many as a hardworking man.

Stanley married Judy (Brawner) Schrader on Dec. 15, 1961, at the Eaton Lutheran Church. They would have been married for 48 years on Dec. 15.

Stan attended his children’s gymkhanas, roller skating, competitions, 4-H, middle to high school sports events and summer softball and hardball games, enjoying every minute and, of course, yelling at the officials whether it be children or grandchildren participating.

He is survived by his mother, Emilia (Millie) Schrader of Greeley, Colo.; his wife, Judy of Kersey, Colo.; a daughter, Kelly (Loloff) Welnetz of Kersey, Colo.; two sons, Scott and Vicki Schrader of Greeley, Colo., and Stacey and Robin Schrader of Gilbert, Ariz.; a sister and brother-in-law, Colleen and Larry Amick of Greeley, Colo.; six grandchildren of whom he was very proud and deeply loved, Nicholas Schrader, Sage Schrader and friend Gilbert Martinez, and Matthew Decker, all of Greeley, Colo., Shelby Schrader of Springfield, Mo., Megon Welnetz of Kersey, Colo. and Austin Schrader of Tempe, Ariz.; sister-in-law, Grace (Brawner) Bain of Hemet, Calif., and Mr. Peggy (Bain) Brawner of Aurora, Colo.; brother-in-law, Howard Brawner of Evans, Colo.; sister and brother-in-law, Robert and Nancy (Brawner) Fillinger of Greeley, Colo.; a very special aunt, Ms. Helen Fantone of Florida; two uncles, Sam Schraeder of Greeley, Colo., and Solomon Schraeder of Montana; and many nieces and nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Rueben Schrader; mother and father-in-law, Ruth and Howard Brawner; a brother-in-law, Everette Brawner.

There are no services as Stanley donated his body to Anatomy Gift Registry, hoping it will give another person a better life through science and medicine. Stanley was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in November 2007. Any condolences or memoriams may be sent to Mrs. Stanley Schrader of Kersey.

Stanley “Stan” Dwain Schrader, 69, of Kersey, Colo., passed away November 23, 2009.

He was born to Reuben Schrader and Emilia (Wolf) Schrader. His educational years were spent at Eaton schools where Stan made lifelong friends through the class of 1958.

Stan worked at Andolseks Conoco Station in Eaton, Colo., Monfort Packing Company (maintenance) for 10 years, Great Western Sugar Company (mechanic) for five years, Goodell Bros. Construction and Goodell Contractors for 25 years (mechanic) where he left great friends and the best employers in the world (his words), Orville and Rose Goodell and Jack and Cindy Goodell. Stan was a “Jack of all trades and a master of many.”

His children and grandchildren called him their personal mechanic and fixer upper of many things they themselves couldn’t fix. He was always there to give a friend, stranger or family a helping hand; respected by many as a hardworking man.

Stanley married Judy (Brawner) Schrader on Dec. 15, 1961, at the Eaton Lutheran Church. They would have been married for 48 years on Dec. 15.

Stan attended his children’s gymkhanas, roller skating, competitions, 4-H, middle to high school sports events and summer softball and hardball games, enjoying every minute and, of course, yelling at the officials whether it be children or grandchildren participating.

He is survived by his mother, Emilia (Millie) Schrader of Greeley, Colo.; his wife, Judy of Kersey, Colo.; a daughter, Kelly (Loloff) Welnetz of Kersey, Colo.; two sons, Scott and Vicki Schrader of Greeley, Colo., and Stacey and Robin Schrader of Gilbert, Ariz.; a sister and brother-in-law, Colleen and Larry Amick of Greeley, Colo.; six grandchildren of whom he was very proud and deeply loved, Nicholas Schrader, Sage Schrader and friend Gilbert Martinez, and Matthew Decker, all of Greeley, Colo., Shelby Schrader of Springfield, Mo., Megon Welnetz of Kersey, Colo. and Austin Schrader of Tempe, Ariz.; sister-in-law, Grace (Brawner) Bain of Hemet, Calif., and Mr. Peggy (Bain) Brawner of Aurora, Colo.; brother-in-law, Howard Brawner of Evans, Colo.; sister and brother-in-law, Robert and Nancy (Brawner) Fillinger of Greeley, Colo.; a very special aunt, Ms. Helen Fantone of Florida; two uncles, Sam Schraeder of Greeley, Colo., and Solomon Schraeder of Montana; and many nieces and nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Rueben Schrader; mother and father-in-law, Ruth and Howard Brawner; a brother-in-law, Everette Brawner.

There are no services as Stanley donated his body to Anatomy Gift Registry, hoping it will give another person a better life through science and medicine. Stanley was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in November 2007. Any condolences or memoriams may be sent to Mrs. Stanley Schrader of Kersey.

Stanley “Stan” Dwain Schrader, 69, of Kersey, Colo., passed away November 23, 2009.

He was born to Reuben Schrader and Emilia (Wolf) Schrader. His educational years were spent at Eaton schools where Stan made lifelong friends through the class of 1958.

Stan worked at Andolseks Conoco Station in Eaton, Colo., Monfort Packing Company (maintenance) for 10 years, Great Western Sugar Company (mechanic) for five years, Goodell Bros. Construction and Goodell Contractors for 25 years (mechanic) where he left great friends and the best employers in the world (his words), Orville and Rose Goodell and Jack and Cindy Goodell. Stan was a “Jack of all trades and a master of many.”

His children and grandchildren called him their personal mechanic and fixer upper of many things they themselves couldn’t fix. He was always there to give a friend, stranger or family a helping hand; respected by many as a hardworking man.

Stanley married Judy (Brawner) Schrader on Dec. 15, 1961, at the Eaton Lutheran Church. They would have been married for 48 years on Dec. 15.

Stan attended his children’s gymkhanas, roller skating, competitions, 4-H, middle to high school sports events and summer softball and hardball games, enjoying every minute and, of course, yelling at the officials whether it be children or grandchildren participating.

He is survived by his mother, Emilia (Millie) Schrader of Greeley, Colo.; his wife, Judy of Kersey, Colo.; a daughter, Kelly (Loloff) Welnetz of Kersey, Colo.; two sons, Scott and Vicki Schrader of Greeley, Colo., and Stacey and Robin Schrader of Gilbert, Ariz.; a sister and brother-in-law, Colleen and Larry Amick of Greeley, Colo.; six grandchildren of whom he was very proud and deeply loved, Nicholas Schrader, Sage Schrader and friend Gilbert Martinez, and Matthew Decker, all of Greeley, Colo., Shelby Schrader of Springfield, Mo., Megon Welnetz of Kersey, Colo. and Austin Schrader of Tempe, Ariz.; sister-in-law, Grace (Brawner) Bain of Hemet, Calif., and Mr. Peggy (Bain) Brawner of Aurora, Colo.; brother-in-law, Howard Brawner of Evans, Colo.; sister and brother-in-law, Robert and Nancy (Brawner) Fillinger of Greeley, Colo.; a very special aunt, Ms. Helen Fantone of Florida; two uncles, Sam Schraeder of Greeley, Colo., and Solomon Schraeder of Montana; and many nieces and nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Rueben Schrader; mother and father-in-law, Ruth and Howard Brawner; a brother-in-law, Everette Brawner.

There are no services as Stanley donated his body to Anatomy Gift Registry, hoping it will give another person a better life through science and medicine. Stanley was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in November 2007. Any condolences or memoriams may be sent to Mrs. Stanley Schrader of Kersey.

Stanley “Stan” Dwain Schrader, 69, of Kersey, Colo., passed away November 23, 2009.

He was born to Reuben Schrader and Emilia (Wolf) Schrader. His educational years were spent at Eaton schools where Stan made lifelong friends through the class of 1958.

Stan worked at Andolseks Conoco Station in Eaton, Colo., Monfort Packing Company (maintenance) for 10 years, Great Western Sugar Company (mechanic) for five years, Goodell Bros. Construction and Goodell Contractors for 25 years (mechanic) where he left great friends and the best employers in the world (his words), Orville and Rose Goodell and Jack and Cindy Goodell. Stan was a “Jack of all trades and a master of many.”

His children and grandchildren called him their personal mechanic and fixer upper of many things they themselves couldn’t fix. He was always there to give a friend, stranger or family a helping hand; respected by many as a hardworking man.

Stanley married Judy (Brawner) Schrader on Dec. 15, 1961, at the Eaton Lutheran Church. They would have been married for 48 years on Dec. 15.

Stan attended his children’s gymkhanas, roller skating, competitions, 4-H, middle to high school sports events and summer softball and hardball games, enjoying every minute and, of course, yelling at the officials whether it be children or grandchildren participating.

He is survived by his mother, Emilia (Millie) Schrader of Greeley, Colo.; his wife, Judy of Kersey, Colo.; a daughter, Kelly (Loloff) Welnetz of Kersey, Colo.; two sons, Scott and Vicki Schrader of Greeley, Colo., and Stacey and Robin Schrader of Gilbert, Ariz.; a sister and brother-in-law, Colleen and Larry Amick of Greeley, Colo.; six grandchildren of whom he was very proud and deeply loved, Nicholas Schrader, Sage Schrader and friend Gilbert Martinez, and Matthew Decker, all of Greeley, Colo., Shelby Schrader of Springfield, Mo., Megon Welnetz of Kersey, Colo. and Austin Schrader of Tempe, Ariz.; sister-in-law, Grace (Brawner) Bain of Hemet, Calif., and Mr. Peggy (Bain) Brawner of Aurora, Colo.; brother-in-law, Howard Brawner of Evans, Colo.; sister and brother-in-law, Robert and Nancy (Brawner) Fillinger of Greeley, Colo.; a very special aunt, Ms. Helen Fantone of Florida; two uncles, Sam Schraeder of Greeley, Colo., and Solomon Schraeder of Montana; and many nieces and nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Rueben Schrader; mother and father-in-law, Ruth and Howard Brawner; a brother-in-law, Everette Brawner.

There are no services as Stanley donated his body to Anatomy Gift Registry, hoping it will give another person a better life through science and medicine. Stanley was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in November 2007. Any condolences or memoriams may be sent to Mrs. Stanley Schrader of Kersey.

Stanley “Stan” Dwain Schrader, 69, of Kersey, Colo., passed away November 23, 2009.

He was born to Reuben Schrader and Emilia (Wolf) Schrader. His educational years were spent at Eaton schools where Stan made lifelong friends through the class of 1958.

Stan worked at Andolseks Conoco Station in Eaton, Colo., Monfort Packing Company (maintenance) for 10 years, Great Western Sugar Company (mechanic) for five years, Goodell Bros. Construction and Goodell Contractors for 25 years (mechanic) where he left great friends and the best employers in the world (his words), Orville and Rose Goodell and Jack and Cindy Goodell. Stan was a “Jack of all trades and a master of many.”

His children and grandchildren called him their personal mechanic and fixer upper of many things they themselves couldn’t fix. He was always there to give a friend, stranger or family a helping hand; respected by many as a hardworking man.

Stanley married Judy (Brawner) Schrader on Dec. 15, 1961, at the Eaton Lutheran Church. They would have been married for 48 years on Dec. 15.

Stan attended his children’s gymkhanas, roller skating, competitions, 4-H, middle to high school sports events and summer softball and hardball games, enjoying every minute and, of course, yelling at the officials whether it be children or grandchildren participating.

He is survived by his mother, Emilia (Millie) Schrader of Greeley, Colo.; his wife, Judy of Kersey, Colo.; a daughter, Kelly (Loloff) Welnetz of Kersey, Colo.; two sons, Scott and Vicki Schrader of Greeley, Colo., and Stacey and Robin Schrader of Gilbert, Ariz.; a sister and brother-in-law, Colleen and Larry Amick of Greeley, Colo.; six grandchildren of whom he was very proud and deeply loved, Nicholas Schrader, Sage Schrader and friend Gilbert Martinez, and Matthew Decker, all of Greeley, Colo., Shelby Schrader of Springfield, Mo., Megon Welnetz of Kersey, Colo. and Austin Schrader of Tempe, Ariz.; sister-in-law, Grace (Brawner) Bain of Hemet, Calif., and Mr. Peggy (Bain) Brawner of Aurora, Colo.; brother-in-law, Howard Brawner of Evans, Colo.; sister and brother-in-law, Robert and Nancy (Brawner) Fillinger of Greeley, Colo.; a very special aunt, Ms. Helen Fantone of Florida; two uncles, Sam Schraeder of Greeley, Colo., and Solomon Schraeder of Montana; and many nieces and nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Rueben Schrader; mother and father-in-law, Ruth and Howard Brawner; a brother-in-law, Everette Brawner.

There are no services as Stanley donated his body to Anatomy Gift Registry, hoping it will give another person a better life through science and medicine. Stanley was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in November 2007. Any condolences or memoriams may be sent to Mrs. Stanley Schrader of Kersey.


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