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Hockemeyer & Miller Funeral Home

6131 St Joe Road, Fort Wayne, IN

OBITUARY

Stanley A. Rowe

March 4, 1941March 18, 2020

Stanley A. Rowe, 79, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, passed away Tuesday, March 18, 2020. Born on March 4, 1941, he was a son of Russell R. and Leona Newton Rowe and was preceded in death by his parents, his brother Robert, and his sister, Norma Jean.

Mr. Rowe was a resident of Ft. Wayne his entire life. After college, he opened S. A. Rowe Interiors, Inc. and was known widely for his knowledge and attention to detail, color, and overall room arrangements in both commercial and residential settings.

Stanley loved working with his loyal customers and enjoyed the praise and recognition he received for his expertise in design. His interiors were breath-taking and enjoyed by his clients and their families. Mr. Rowe is survived by a number of cousins, nieces, and nephews. Sincere gratitude to the many health care and hospice workers, clergy, neighbors, friends, and relatives who cared for Mr. Rowe throughout his difficult times.

No services are planned for this time. Arrangements are entrusted to Hockemeyer and Miller Funeral Home. Contributions would be welcomed to Parkview Home Health and Hospice, 1900 Carew Street, #6, Ft. Wayne, Indiana 46805; 260-373-9800 or to Heritage Park Nursing Home, 2001 Hobson Road, Ft. Wayne, IN 46805; 260-484-9557.

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Carolyn Dailey

April 2, 2020

Stan was my sister’s brother-in-law. As such, we often saw each other when I visited her on weekends from Ball State where I was a student. What a JOY he was as we laughed and joked our way through those earlier times.
Indeed, the world has lost a very special person who did no harm, who contributed his artistic talents, and who served as a positive example of all that we should be to humanity.
He will be missed. God speed him on his way to peace, comfort, and joy.
Carolyn Dailey

Kristi Ashley

March 23, 2020

My Uncle Stan was a true treasure.Brought me laughter, love, inspiration.I always looked so forward to coming to Ft. Wayne to spend time with my beloved Uncle.We shared many fun wonderful times together.Lots of laughter. He was very special to me and will always remain in my heart until I cross the rainbow and meet him in God's Garden.I love you Stan.
Your loving niece, Kristi Rowe-Asley.

Jim Zeigler

March 23, 2020

I am so saddened to hear the news of Stan's passing, For a period of time I did some drapery installing for him. I enjoyed his sense of humor and his constant joyous outlook on life.
Stan was very good at his designing trade? Jim Zeigler

Stanley Rowe

March 23, 2020

Stan will be missed. As neighbors, we spent many days and evenings together on the front porches sharing stories. One thing I miss the most is putting our Christmas lights out at the same time. I would finish, go into my house only to look out at midnight and see Stan still hard at work putting each light meticulously on each limb of his trees. He began calling me Christmas Sally and he called me that name with a snicker on his face up until the end! Until we meet again, rest in peace my dear friend.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY