Geo. H. Lewis & Sons Funeral Directors

1010 Bering Drive, Houston, TX


Jack Chapman Stoner

October 2, 1955November 24, 2019

Jack Stoner, resident of Houston in the Clear Lake area, passed away on Sunday, the 24th of November 2019. He was 64 years of age.

He was born on the 2nd of October 1955 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Lil and Irene Stoner.

Jack was dedicated to his career for 21 years at UTEX Industries, Inc. and a member of the Board of Directors. He served UTEX as Vice President of Business Development. He had a close network of customers that extended beyond business.

Jack had a passion for life. He ensured that everyone around him enjoyed life just as much as he did. He was a man of his word and embodied true moral values. He was a gun enthusiast. He spent time in his man cave making ammo and enjoyed the shooting range. He had a love for cooking and put his heart into every dish he created. He had a very charismatic personality with an infectious sense of humor.

He is survived by his wife, Robbin Stoner; and his two daughters, Elizabeth Johnson and Jessica Stoner. He was “Captain” to his two grandchildren Ava and Jake Johnson. He is also survived by his mother, Irene Stoner; two sisters, Leigh Lamkin, Jeanne Stoner; and brother, Rex Stoner.

A celebration of Jack’s life is to be conducted at three o’clock in the afternoon on Friday, the 6th of December 2019, in the Jasek Chapel of Geo. H. Lewis & Sons, 1010 Bering Drive in Houston.

In lieu of customary remembrances, the family requests that memorial contributions in Jack’s memory be directed to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 841125, Dallas, TX 75284. www.heart.org


  • Memorial Service and Celebration of Life Friday, December 6, 2019


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Megan Sutton

December 6, 2019

Uncle Jack didn’t know a stranger. He made everyone in his wake feel special and his passing will leave a void that can never be filled. He was loved by all and will truly be missed.

calvin click

December 6, 2019

Thoughts and prayers from Carla and I to Robbin and the Stoner Family.
Calvin Click

Marilou Frates Nossaman

December 6, 2019

Extremely shocked when we learned of Jack’s passing. The same exact feeling when his dad, Lil, passed suddenly at about the same age. Both taken much too soon, father and son are reunited. Lil and Jack will be remembered as strong leaders in this amazing family, their legacy lives on. Love and prayers from Frates family.

Donald Oliver

December 5, 2019

I can’t find words to say that can heal the pain family and close friends are feeling with losing Jack. I know how close our leadership are as leaders and friends. I still feel like the wind is knocked out of me. This is a hard one for me! Jack was more than a boss. He was an unbelievable leader who I'd gladly go to war for. I considered him a very special friend. The loss of Jack feels like loosing family.

Jack was the man. To me he is one of those special guys that I am blessed to have cross paths. My life will never the same. I can count on one hand the number of men that impacted my life at the level Jack impacted mine. I always looked forward to seeing him, he called me to watch the Astros 7th game with him and Mike Blake in 2017.

I was blessed to know him and call him my friend for less than 5 years. He always had a way of lifting my spirits when we spoke or text each other. He provided real wisdom to me when I had the pleasure of reporting to him.

I'm so glad I took the opportunity to text with Jack Friday before the weekend he passed in an effort to lift him up (in my joking way) saying hey sorry to disappoint you and hope you haven’t lost confidence in me that i wasn’t able to negotiate the $10K per day overtime/expedite fee and was only able to negotiate a $7,500 per day rate. He responded in his typical uplifting way that same day. What an amazing individual!

I was just sitting down on Monday morning before my first meeting to email Jack to say I know this has been a tough year due to the market but just wanted to provide him some highlights he may not be aware of to provide him some sunshine. I saw the email pop up with a message from Mike and was devastated by the news of losing Jack.

I can't imagine the level of pain family and friends are feeling. I do know what it means to lose someone tragically, my 18 year old daughter. The hole he left family and friends will always feel. I'm glad he crossed my path.


December 4, 2019

Dear Friends and Family of Jack,
It is our hope and prayer that you find peace in knowing what a truly wonderful man Jack was and the important role he played in so many lives. We worked with Jack over the years and will miss him dearly.
With our deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers,
A.J. Tozzi
Dave Garrison

Sean Lamkin

December 4, 2019

I know I am not alone in saying that Jack will be greatly missed by all that knew him. I will miss his infectious laughter, positive attitude, as well as his unique ability to make you feel like the only person in the room when partaking in engaging discussions ranging from oil/gas, to hunting, and family. Jack has made a huge impression on me which has shaped who I am today. Although he has left us, he will most certainly live on through the positive influence he has had those around him.

Mark Nail

December 3, 2019

I’ll always cherish the memories of Jack from back when we were kids growing up. The wonderful thing to remember is one day we’ll all get together again in Heaven. Your cousin Mark

Jay Schlanker

December 3, 2019

I am so grateful for our enduring friendship that we had for decades.

Matthew Nail

December 3, 2019

I remember running around with Jack at Granny and Granddad's house in Vinita. Great memories, he was a great guy. I will cherish those memories.

Kathy Nail

December 3, 2019

I don’t have the words to express how very kind and generous Jack was. A hard working, good man who, also, had a wonderful sense of humor. He strived to keep all of his family close. No one could have loved Robbin, Elizabeth, Jessica, and his grandchildren any more than Jack.
He is now, and will be missed, but never forgotten.
His Aunts: “Kass”, Monna, & Nova
We love you, Robbin.