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Stanley Alan Vasey

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Stanley Alan Vasey, age 75, of Acworth, GA, died January 11, 2018.   Stan was born Nov. 22, 1942, to the late Vernon and Vyral Vasey of Wymore Nebraska.  He was married to Carol Mueller on September 23, 1961.  Stan was a long time employee of Store Kraft Manufacturing in Beatrice, NE, he loved sports, especially golf, he loved Nebraska football, enjoyed traveling with his son Todd, recruiting for his football team and they made many friends all across the country due to work relocation. Stan is survived by wife Carol and Daughter Lori of Acworth, GA and Son Todd and wife Kelly, and 3 grandchildren, of Rhode Island, and was preceded in death by his parents, brother and sister Kenton and Mary Lynn and in laws Elmer and Mabel Mueller.  A memorial service will be held on Sunday, January 21, 2018, 2 PM, in the chapel of Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, 4671 S. Main St. Acworth, GA.

The family would appreciate memorials to your favorite charity or to the family for there choice.  Condolences can be left for the family at www.GeorgiaFuneralCare.com.

7 Comments To "Stanley Alan Vasey"

K. Banks On Feb 01 2018 at 6pm
Please accept my condolences for the loss of Mr. Vasey. May the God of all comfort help you to bear the burden of your grief at this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4; Psalm 55:22) Warm Regards, Kay Reply to this comment
Frank Kopliner On Jan 24 2018 at 1pm
So sorry to hear of Stan's passing. I could never could have had a better friend, and supervisor who understood what we as salesman went through. He would always listen and give advise if needed. He really enjoyed his post SK job as a college recruiter for Todd his son. God Bless Reply to this comment
Jodi Bitler On Jan 20 2018 at 3pm
Mr. Vasey ALWAYS had a smile to share and laughter as his soundtrack. He was a gracious gentleman with a kind heart. I shall cherish the honor of knowing him. Reply to this comment
Steve Knoche On Jan 17 2018 at 1pm
Stan taught me how to do my job, by being yourself, having fun and expressing genuine concern for our customers. He was good to me. Our condolences to a special family. Reply to this comment
Dave Knoche On Jan 16 2018 at 7am
My sympathies to Carol and family. Stan was a good friend to our family and made a difference in my life and the life of those he came in contact with. I learned so much from him on not just selling, but more importantly family values and the importance of a kind word and a smile. Heaven has another Husker Fan. Gods Peace. Reply to this comment
Bob and Cheryl Sargent On Jan 16 2018 at 7am
We are so sorry, Carol to hear of the loss of Stan. We so enjoyed you as neighbors. Take care of yourself and know we care. Reply to this comment
Steve and Peggy Johnson On Jan 16 2018 at 7am
Carol and family, Stan was a forever friend, loved the two of you much and will always cherish the fun times we had together! May he Rest In Peace enjoying that great sales trip or playing the best golf game up there... till we meet again! Reply to this comment
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