James L. Stanton, 69, of Brighton Twp., died Sunday, November 10, 2019, in Good Samaritan Hospice.
Born March 8, 1950, in Beaver Falls, he was the son of the late Jesse and Jacqueline (Bebout)
He is survived by his loving children, daughters, Kendra Jackson and Casey Stanton and son, Ronald (BethAnn) Young; his grandchildren, Nicholas (Jessica), Caleb, Ayla, Sydney, Draven, Jacob, Luke, Cheyenne and Zoey; nine great-grandchildren; his sister, Nancy Stanton; his nieces, Becky and Grace and his nephew, Jason.
Arrangements entrusted to GABAUER FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, INC., 1133 Penn Ave., New Brighton, gabauerfamilyfuneralhomes.com.
Per his request, there will be no public visitation.
Friends and family are invited to attend a Celebration of Life which will be held on Saturday, November 16, 2019, from 4 to 9 p.m. at Monaca Bandroom.
Interment will take place in Grandview Cemetery.
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You will be missed by all you left behind. You have no more pain. Love you!
I'll always remember the times i spent with you in the summer playing in the rain and playing hide and seek, and swinging on the tire swing, swinging up to the tree was easy but i was too scared to ride it down. aunt jackie was so mad at you for talking me into doing it. i sure will miss you cuz
Jim I’m sorry about your passing I knew when I visited you wasn’t feeling well and felt it was time to go with your family up above ,you were always a fun cousin and had lots of fun times with you at reunions and your parents house peace be with you and no more suffering cousin you will be missed and always loved and remain in our hearts forever RIP until we meet again
So sorry for your loss. Jim was such an awesome guy. Always looked up to him. He was so much like his mom, our beloved Aunt Jackie. Kind and understanding and always there when you needed him. I will miss him but take comfort in the knowledge thst he is with his parents.
Jim: I didn't realize that you were that sick. I will always remember the times we had as kids. Plus deer hunting in Kenerdell. At first about 20 guys jammed into my dad's trailer. Laughing at the stories from the old guys. Until we meet again. R.I.P.
I am so sorry for your loss. You have our deepest sympathy. Prayers for your whole family in this sad time.
Iam so sorry for you guys love Aunt JODY and Uncle Bill