OBITUARY

John J Stanton Jr.

February 20, 1930August 3, 2018

John J Stanton Jr., age 88, of Treasure Island, Florida passed away on Friday August 3, 2018. John was born February 20, 1930. Survived by sons Jeff Stanton, Brian Germaine, and 6 grandchildren. Beach Memorial Chapel 360-5577. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.beachmemorialchapel.com for the Stanton family.

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Heather & Denis Wild

August 15, 2018

We where next door neighbours of Jacks, and in no time we became good friends. He was kind, considerate & sincere. He fascinated us with interesting stories from his ' Flying Days' Just knowing him enriched our life. We will miss him dearly. We took you to hospital, but sadly dear friend, we could not bring you home.
Well Jack, now you have your ' Heavenly Wings ' so take flight to that great expanse above and Rest in Peace. God bless you Jack.
We ' Salute ' you from our hearts and with all our sincere love
Heather & Denis

RICK KALETSKY

August 15, 2018

I, too, worked for many years with John, at USDOL/OSHA. I was very sorry to hear of his passing. I hope that the best memories-- of laughter, contentment, accomplishment, fun, love-- help sustain all of John's family and loved ones, through the most difficult days.

Rick Kaletsky

Frank Pagliuca

August 14, 2018

I worked with John at OSHA and he always had a smile. We enjoyed talking about our military experience during the Vietnam War. He was a great person to work with and very easy to talk to. Will miss him.

Cascie Savage

August 13, 2018

The candy dish on my desk sits empty!!! Miss you a lot but thankful for the wonderful memories and talks that we shared. Give a kiss to my Kimberton and you guys enjoy heaven till we meet again.

Rest peacefully,
Cascie

Walt Cienaski

August 11, 2018

I flew with Jack in the 99th Air Refueling Squadron (Ramrods) from 1967 to1970. He was truly the best instructor pilot I ever had the privilege to fly with. We were on three Arc Light Missions together and he never missed a chance to beat the "Boys" at golf. We spent many a 7-Day alert at Westover AFB and he just kept all our spirits high and on the right path. He was more than a great pilot he was the best friend anyone who knew him could have. Jack was the one who talked me into getting into OSHA in 1975 and remaining there for 35 years. He was everyone's AREA DIRECTOR. I'll miss you my friend and you are always in my heart. See you Jack you truly are the essence of "High Flight". Save a place for the rest of us.

Bob Hooper

August 11, 2018

I worked both with John and later for John in the USDOL-OSHA Hartford Area Office. Just some of his legacy was his sense of confidence, his Gentlemen and soft spoken mannerizisms and his full head of white hair! It did not take much prodding for him to launch into stories about his cherished Military flying days.
He will be missed. Please accept my deepest condolence.

Sue Sebeniecher

August 11, 2018

Jack was one of the kindest, nicest, generous person I have ever met. He will be truly be missed by all I am sure. I am just blessed that I was able to meet him and spend time with him.

Bud Siroonian

August 11, 2018

John inherited my job at the OSHA regional office. He w as al ways kidding me to get my "stuff" off his now desk. Sorry to learn of his death

Frank Gravitt

August 11, 2018

A true gentleman indeed. Respect and best wishes.

Jayne Hollows

August 10, 2018

I worked for John at the Hartford OSHA office. He was always a gentleman and we still share stories about him.

Jayne Hollows