Stone David Colby

April 11, 1997March 5, 2019

Providence RI-Stone David Colby, 21, of Lewiston, passed away unexpectedly on the evening of March 5, 2019 in Providence, Rhode Island. Stone was born on April 11, 1997 at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, Maine, he was the oldest son of Erick Colby and Karen Storer. Stone attended Lewiston schools until he graduated from Lewiston High School in 2015. While at Lewiston High School he participated in the Green Ladle Culinary Arts Program and played football and lacrosse. After graduation he went on to attend Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. He had several jobs where he enjoyed working in food service and hospitality and he was working towards eventually opening a restaurant of his own.

Stone was one of a kind. He was always so much fun to be around. His larger than life personality and his contagious smile charmed us all. He was a hard worker, passionate about the things he loved, and he will be greatly missed by the many people whose lives he touched.

Stone is survived by his father, Erick Colby; his mother Karen Storer; his brother Tristan Colby and half-sister Madeleine Storer, Grandparents; Charlene and Chris Diamond, Terry and John Taylor and Walter Shaw; Great Grandparents Jackie Larrivee and Anna Shaw, and several cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews and countless friends. You are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Stone’s life by visiting his guest book at Visitation will be held at Fortin Auburn Thursday 3/14 from 4-8 PM. Funeral will be celebrated at the funeral home Friday 3/15 at 11 AM. Committal will follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, a remembrance scholarship has been set up and donations can be made in Stone’s name to The Green Ladle, directive for Stone Colby Scholarship, 156 East Ave. Lewiston, ME. 04240. Arrangements are under the care of The Fortin Group Funeral Home, Cremation & Monument Services 217 Turner St Auburn 783-8545.


  • Stone is survived by his father, Erick Colby; his mother Karen Storer; his brother Tristan Colby and half-sister Madeleine Storer, Grandparents; Charlene and Chris Diamond, Terry and John Taylor and Walter Shaw; Great Grandparents Jackie Larrivee and Anna Shaw, and several cousins, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews and countless friends.

  • The Green Ladle, directive for Stone Colby Scholarship


  • Visitation Thursday, March 14, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, March 15, 2019

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Ashlyn Carlson

March 15, 2019

Stoney baloney I remember meeting you two years ago at your Halloween party I was a nun but somehow to you I was a cowgirl never failed to put a smile on my face or cheer me up we told each other everything and became so close so fast we clicked like no other and I’m so thankful to of found someone like you my absolute bestfriend in the world I guess it’s true what they said the good die young I just don’t understand why but I was blessed to be able to spend so much time with you and I’m so lucky to have spent that time with you I have millions of videos of silly stone if anyone wants to see more feel free to reach out to me rest in paradise my sweet baby boy sorry baloney this is the best picture I could find of us right now and I’m barley in it

Drew St. Pierre

March 12, 2019

I've known Stone when I was a senior in high school. We were in the same pre-calculus class. Although it was hard, I would have never gotten through my last year of high school without getting to know him. His sense of humor and bright personality would always brighten everybody's day. My deepest condolences.

Cassie Galusha

March 12, 2019

Stone, my buddy. Thanks for showing me the ropes when I came to JWU and keeping a smile on my face whenever you were around. I’ll miss everything about you (your one of a kind voice and sense of humor are at the top of the list) and always cherish our endlessly happy memories together. We love you forever, kid.

Zack Paquette

March 11, 2019

We killed it on the field man. I will always remember screaming at the top of my lungs in net calling out the ball positions, calling slides and shots and what not. You were always a riot on the field and you played hard. We never really spoke off of the field but you were a great teammate. Rest easy.

Reid Thornton

March 11, 2019

Stone and I were randomly placed roommates freshman year at Johnson & Wales. He was immediately friendly, and larger than life. He instantly made hoards of friends with people from all across campus. He was the definition of "full of life" and was just as dedicated to his lab work. We grew apart after freshman year but every time I ran into him over the past four years we picked up exactly where we left off - usually with a laugh or two. He will be sorely missed and my thoughts and condolences are with his family and friends both here at JWU and back home in Maine.

Peri Votre

March 11, 2019

Stone you were the first person i made friends with at jwu orientation and we hit off from day one like you do with everyone. I love you forever and will miss you endlessly punk. Youre the best person, dont have too much fun up there without us

Elijah Harris

March 11, 2019

I’ve known Stone since I was in 5th or 6th grade. We got close from playing basketball together in the 6th grade, and ever since then I’ve considered him more than a friend, a brother. He was a role model to me and everyone around him. He was strong, smart, and so funny, he knew how to put a smile on everyone’s face. I’ll never forget all the laughs we shared together. Hearing that you passed was so unbelievable, I didn’t want it to be real. You were such a great person and you only deserved the best. May you rest on in peace. My true condolences go out to the family.

Cory Mohrlant

March 10, 2019

I remember him fondly. A young, charismatic young man full of promise and work ethic. I had the pleasure of meeting him when he was a co-worker of mine. He was so full of life, humor, drive and intelligence. His passing comes as a tremendous shock, and there are zero words to describe it. All I know is this... he was my friend and I will miss him tremendously. Rest easy, Pebs. Gone way way too soon.

Ernie Gagne

March 10, 2019

Stone was a student in my class during my first year as a teacher at Pettingill School in Lewiston. I knew right away that he would make an impact on me and the others and he sure did. He was the class clown but was a leader and a good friend and hard worker who cared greatly about his work and grades. In the years after 5th grade, that infectious smile was always there and it was always a pleasure to see him. I’ll never forget the first day of school when each student had the opportunity to ask me, their new teacher, a question. Most had questions about homework and expectations, but not Stone. He asked me if I “liked pie.” Also, his 5th grade human reproduction explanation was memorable and will be hard to top. He was special and I will be missed. Peace to you, my friend.

Bryce Smith

March 10, 2019

I’m so so sorry for the family of stones loss. I knew stone from going to the same school together. He was a great man a great friend. All though we where not that close of friends he was already nice to me always was able to put a smile on anybodies face. He will be missed very much and I am very sorry.