22.10.1941 - 15.5.2021
With a broken heart I announce the passing of Stan, my darling husband of 57 years.
Loved Father of Keeta, Anne and Christine, and grandfather of Scott, Carlie and Jayden.
We will miss your love and strength and guidance. Gone too soon, but cherished forever.
Please be advised that the Funeral date and times are yet to be announced. Will be advertised when known
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Love and support to my sister Carole and nieces Keeta, Anne, Christene and their families on the very sad loss of Stan. A dedicated farmer, respected brother-in-law and friend of Ross and Vicky and fond Uncle of Dionne, Shannon and their families.
In loving memory of brother-in-law Stan. A mentor, reliable and genuine. Intelligent and always happy to provide quality guidance and advice. True to self and others. One of humanity's gentlemen. Gone too soon, greatly missed. Love and prayers to Carole, Keeta, Anne, Christine and families.
Have a scotch with Max. Max (dec), Mary, nephews Clinton, Owen and Anna. G nephews Hayden, Byron and Mitch.
DORMAN STAN We will miss Stan greatly. He was a great friend and mentor. Much sympathy to Carole and family.
We will miss you Stan and your caring commitment to family, friends, the agricultural industry and Landcare. From Ted, Andrew and Blake Rowley and Jo Oddie.
DORMAN STANLEY Don, Carol and Family extend their deepest sympathy to Carole and Families at their sad loss of Stan. Long time friend of Carol and Don.
Deepest sympathy to our dear friends Carole, Keeta, Anne, Christine and families. Stan was a dedicated cattle and sheep entrepreneur and gave many years of service to these industries. He was a well known judge and one of the first to introduce artificial insemination and the importation of various breeds from South Africa. A job well done, we miss the catch ups and phone calls. Rest in Peace.
Ray, Helen, Emma, Rebecca and families
DORMAN STAN Members of The Prime SAMM Society extend their deepest sympathy to Carol and Family. Stan was one of the founders of the SAMM Breed and a great contributor to its development over more than 25 years. He was an important part of the Sheep Industry and will be greatly missed.
The President and Members of the Australian Suffolk Sheep Association wish to extend their deepest condolences to Carol and family on the loss of Stan. A member of our association for many years. His contribution to the sheep industry in general was greater than recognised.