In Memory

Stan Bane

Stanley Wayne Bane, 17, died Sunday morning, April 25, 1976 in a Roanoke hospital.  He was a student at Pulaski Co. High School.  He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Bane, three brothers, Terry R. Bane, Arthur C. Bane, Timothy J. Bane, his paternal grandmother, Verland R. Bane, all of Parrott; his maternal grandmother, Gertrude M. Ferrell, Stow, Ohio.  Funeral services will be Tuesday, 4:00 pm, at Parrott Chruch of God with the Rev. W. H. Eldridge officiating.  Burial will follow in Sifford Cemetery.  Friends may call at DeVilbiss Funeral Chapel.

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08/08/08 01:45 AM #1    

Larry Bralley

Stan had one of the nicest smiles and friendliest faces I have ever saw. I never had a class with him. But I believe he was well liked by everyone. I think he passed away as result of a fall.
Larry B.

08/12/08 09:45 PM #2    

Teresa Shupe (Hash)

I think of Stan often. I loved his smile, and he smiled most of the time. He was a very sweet boy.

08/19/08 06:21 PM #3    

Jennifer Boult (Tolliver)

Stan had a locker next to mine. I remember how nice he was and he was always was nice to see him there between classes. I hated the time after he died when he wasn't there anymore...I missed him.

09/06/08 11:59 PM #4    

Steve Lester

First of all Stan was my best friend all through Belspring Elementry school and at PCHS and because we lived so close we spent time together after school hiking and mostly just hanging out and talking, but when he had that terrible fall from that railroad tressle that took my friends life, it also took a part of mine, as Stan was no longer with me, a part of my life came to an end and knowing that I will never see him again was just too hard. He was one teriffic guy that I miss very much. I always looked up to him.

09/10/08 09:03 PM #5    

Dale Stephens

I knew Stan from Belspring Elementary also. He has to be one of the happiest people I've ever known. I don't think I can form an image of his face without a smile on it. Many people also knew Stan as "Smiley". I remember when he and I played sandlot football for the Belspring Bullets, they had to put weights in our football pants during the "weigh in" so we would weigh enough to play. Stan, I know you're still smiling down at us. You are sadly missed old friend.

11/19/08 06:15 PM #6    

Nelson Wert

me and stan got to be good friends i did,nt no him in grade school.he was always doing something crazy or really funny!!!i was going to meet him in school and pat murphy stood looking at me crazy.then i found out damm

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