Stanley John Fine

April 8, 1942January 4, 2021

Stanley John Fine, 78, of Cleveland, passed away Monday, January 4, 2021 at his residence.

Born in Morris County, New Jersey, he was the son of the late Stanley V. Fine and Rosalie Davis Fine. Mr. Fine served in the United States Navy from 1960-1964.

He retired from L. Gordon Iron and Metal Company as a driver. He was an avid fisherman, loved to read and was a fun gentleman to be around.

Those left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 46 years, Gloria Joan Waldron Fine of the home; daughter, Krissy (Bronson) Moose of Statesville; sister, Beverly Bridges; grandchildren, Kayla Moose and fiancé Joe, Noah and Jonah Moose and great-grandchildren, Rylee Stewart and Lilliah Patton.

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Bronson Moose

January 12, 2021

Stan was a clown we enjoyed each other's humor.He was my father in law for 30 years never had a cross word Hope the Good Lord has him a fishing spot ready.

Robin Crider

January 8, 2021

Krissy and family -

May God Bless You all during this difficult time.

PRAYERS and LOVE sent your way.

Phyllis Sperry

January 6, 2021

Stan was a great guy. Always very upbeat and funny. He had a great sense of humor. Gloria His wife and I were friend since I was 13 . We spent many times together as friends. We're even neighbors at one time. I will share this funny story with you . My husband Ron and Stan went deep sea fishing down the shore. At lease thats was the plan.. On the way there they decided to stop for a beer... well they never made it deep sea fishing at all. So both him and Ron came up with a plan to stop at a fish market and pick up fish so the wife's would not be mad. They walk in rather happy and Stan with a huge smile on his face said " look what we caught " perfectly filleted fish wrapped in paper. I'm sure there are many funny stories to share . He will always he remember. My deepest condolences to Gloria, Krissy Kayla and family. God bless you all .