Pattie, Stan, passed away at age 69.
A man of laughter and passion for his friends and family, he will be dearly missed by many. He was an extremely avid golfer. His interest in playing and history of the game can exceed no bounds. He loved good Jazz and most types of music. He was very interested in the history of places in his surroundings wherever he traveled.
Stan briefly attended Portland State University after High School and studied Architecture. Following school, he was a milkman for Carnation Dairy in Portland, Oregon. In 1968, Stan went to work for Northwest Natural Gas, the beginning of his long and very successful career in the HVACR Industry. He later went to work for White-Rodgers while living in the Pacific Northwest. In 1986, Stan was promoted and he then relocated to St. Louis, Missouri where he continued with the company through the mid-1990’s. He later went to work for Maplechase and retired working for ICM in October 2010.
Stan is highly received and respected for his creativity, strong work ethic, determination to exceed his goals, and love for his colleagues.
He moved to St. Charles, Missouri in 1990 where he established his home and many, many friends.
Stan is survived by his daughter Paige, his son Nicholas and daughter-in-law, Lisa and his and five grandchildren, Aleasha Moody, Damon Moody, Emma Pattie, Samantha Bain and Amanda Bain.
“There are no words to describe his departure”
Any donations in honor of Stan can be forwarded to the St. Charles Chapter of “Goodfellas” c/o Baue Funeral Home.
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