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Stanley B. Milewski, 75


Stanley B. Milewski

Stanley B. Milewski

Stanley B. Milewski, 75, of Clay, NY, died on Monday April 4, 2011.

Born in Syracuse to his late parents, Barney F. and Sophie (Pokrentowski) Milewski in 1935. A graduate of Onondaga Valley High School, Syracuse, and later a Naval reservist. Stan was a route salesman for Ameri Pride, Syracuse, retiring in 1998. A member of St. Stephen’s Church; Teamsters Local 317; American Legion Post 418; Past President and member of the Phoenix Lions Club; an avid fisherman.

He is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, the former Loretta R. Marsh; his daughter Teresa A. Mannise of Mexico; one son, and his wife, John S. and Ann Milewski of Baldwinsville; five grandchildren, Jessica, Michael, Markie Rose, Alex, and Tim; two sisters, Felicia Gazzarra of Reading, MA, and Bernadine Sager of Allen, TX; several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Calling hours are Thursday from 4 to 7 pm in the Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home, Phoenix, NY. Services are at 8:45 am on Friday at the funeral home 431 Main St., followed by a mass at 9:30 am in St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, 469 Main St., Phoenix, with the Rev. Moritz Fuchs officiating.

Contributions in lieu of flowers to: The American Cancer Society, or the Phoenix Lions Club, P.O.Box 92, Phoenix, NY 13135.

One Response “Stanley B. Milewski, 75”

  1. nancy loomis
    April 6, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    Words can not express.how sorry I am of the loss of such a.great and honarable man! A man that was so knowledgeable I can’t recall a.conversation with you that ur knowledge didn’t amaze me. I could have sat and listened to your storys for hours.grampa you were just amazing in so many ways. You would be.proud.of.your.wife and.children and grandchildren. The lo e and devotion grams has for u is remarkable. I know your up there fishing or worki g in the woodshop with pokey in tow. We can all count.on you like your family has before to watch over them all. Rest in peace.grampa.you will forever be in our hearts.

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