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Dubiel, Stanley V.

Dubiel, Stanley V.

September 18, 1929 — September 23, 2019

Stanley V. Dubiel, 90, of Raytown, MO, passed away on September 23, 2019. The family will receive friends from 12-2PM, Friday, September 27, 2019 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., KCMO. Private graveside services will follow in Green Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be sent to City Union Mission, 1100 E. 11th St., KCMO 64106, Attn: Bookkeeping. Stan was born September 18, 1929 in Fall River, MA but lived most of his life in Raytown, MO. He was a Staff Chemist at Honeywell, where he retired in 1997 after 27 years of service. After retirement, Stan kept busy with hobbies and travel, and more recently has enjoyed community and friends at Elliot Place Senior Living.

He is preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Olga and is survived by daughters Nancy Crabtree (Paul), of Kansas City, and Paula Solsberg (Kris) of Blue Springs; sisters Eleanor Kippax of NC and Lucy Paulo of MA; grandchildren Lucy, Jared (Michelle) and Lucas Crabtree and four great grandchildren, Samson, Grace, Maggie and Asher.

Service Information

The family will receive friends from 12-2PM, Friday, September 27, 2019 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd., KCMO. Private graveside services will follow in Green Lawn Cemetery.

Dubiel, Stanley V.'s Guestbook

Nancy and Paula, I have fond memories of your parents when we came to BRBC in 1972. Your dad was quiet, and your mom took such loving care of Becky in the nursery. We send our deepest sympathies and love at Stan's homegoing. You will miss him so. We are always thankful you will see him again! Sending Hugs, G&L

Glenn and Linda Hayden

My sympathy.

Billy Parker

Nancy and Paula, Stan was an expert analytical chemist and caring gentleman. Though he was reserved and private, he enjoyed sharing his love of his family by telling a few stories with us at work. I remember when each of you married and the pride Stan had of his new sons. We met Lucy Rose, Jared, and Lucas and even the littles!! We knew of Stan's devotion to Olga and his sisters and his fishing buddy. He told us and we anticipated each family trip with him. Because of these stories from your Dad, we know that you have many great memories and will miss him a lot. Praying for your family's peace. Maxine

Maxine Pennington

Stan and I worked together at Bendix. He was a great friend and mentor. He taught me a lot of things and I taught him a few things back. We had a lot of fun developing new analytical techniques with the Gas Chromatography systems at the lab. Even though we may have disagreed about some things while working together, we always respected each other and always worked to improve the GC area. The GC area was never the same after he retired. I missed our daily conversations about life in general. He always was a gentleman and all around good guy. Stan and Olga are together again. Rest in Peace SVD

Thomas Harper

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