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Kauber-Fraley Funeral Home

289 S Main St PO Box 1413, Pataskala, OH

OBITUARY

Stanley Mevorah

November 29, 1951June 15, 2020

Stanley Mevorah was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY on November 29, 1951. He passed peacefully on June 15,2020. He was welcomed into heaven by his parents Victoria and Abraham. Stan is survived by his wife of 27 years, Patricia Rose, his children, Marc, Matthew and Hailey, his father-in-law, Frank and his many brother/sister- in-laws, nieces and nephews, cousins, and his many friends.

Stan retired after a 25 year career with JPMorgan Chase. He had an easy going, compassionate and humorous personality always leaving people smiling and laughing along the way. His family and friends would call him “Stan the man”. Stan, we all “Love you more” and love never dies. Until we meet again…

A memorial gathering will be held at a future date.

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Daniele Hyde-Hoey

June 23, 2020

Stan,
We will miss you always! You left us with so many happy memories from the amazing steak dinners. Our trip to Disney, having us kids believing you were Santa .. the list goes on! You were a amazing Uncle Godfather and Brother in Law !Please look after Aidan for us and give him lots of hugs and kisses. We know you watch over all of us... keep living the dream Stan the Man!! Until we meet again Soar with the Angels!! We Love You!
Love your favorite sister in law Daniele and Nephews Anthony Brendan ( Deanna the movie star as you would call her) baby Aidan Zach and Kaidan

Bob Wilson

June 21, 2020

It was a gift to know Stan. He was an honorable, well liked person and a man of his word, who you could rely on. We have family, blood relatives and those we choose to be family. Stan was my brother in the truest sense of the word. I am a better person for knowing him.

Rest In Peace. 🙏


nicole zublionis

June 19, 2020

This is a very difficult depressing moment to try and accept that you passed away so soon! You were an amazing person with a good heart and a pleasure to be around. I couldn't ask for a better Brother in law! our family gathering are not going to be the same! May you Rest in Peace.

Pat Mevorah

June 18, 2020

Stan, thank you for being in my life for 31 years. I remembered when you proposed to me my initial response was why do you want to ruin a good relationship. Well during our 27 year marriage we did it...we built a life together and raised a family. We became parents together and you became the world’s best dad to our children. We bought our first house in Chestnut Ridge and we made it a home. We had so many family gatherings there while you became the world’s best chef especially cooking up those steaks. We moved to Ohio to finish our careers and then hoped to retire and relocate to a warmer climate. Sometimes God has other plans and he took away my best friend and husband and the father of my children way to soon. Our faith is strong and we know this separation is temporary and you’ll be watching over us. We taught our children one last lesson in the last two months and that was how to be strong and dignified when facing adversity. They stood up to the challenge.and we both can be proud of them. You were so weak but you held on to see you’re youngest graduate high school and turn 19. I know you’ll be there watching over us I take comfort knowing you are at peace and that you have a lot of good company in a better place. You’ll continue to be a part of our lives.... we never say goodbye. We love you more... Your wife Patricia Rose and Children Marc, Matt,and Hailey. Adrienne. Mya and Marble too! Hug Rocky for us ...

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY