Stanley Leo Moors


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Old Town - Stanley Leo Moors was born to Clifton and Anita Moors on December 20th, 1947. He passed away on July 29, 2019 at the age of 71 after a long illness. He leaves his three siblings, Joyce Moors of Weare, NH, Robert Moors and wife Roberta of Patterson, GA, and twin brother, Stephen Moors and wife Claudia of Stokesdale, SC. He also leaves behind his nephews Paul St. Peter, Matthew St. Peter, Stephen Moors Jr., Brandon Moors as well as his nieces, Monica (St. Peter) Pollard, Maria (St. Peter) Sappier, Kimberly (Moors) Miller. Stanley is predeceased by his mother, Anita (Conroy) Moors and his father, Clifton Moors.
Stanley graduated from Old Town High School with the class of 1966. He enlisted in the United States Air Force following graduation and served his country for four years as an aircraft maintenance specialist. He was stationed in both Arizona and overseas in the Republic of South Korea. He was honorable discharged in August 24th, 1970. Stanley worked at Osram Sylvania in Bangor and then Diamond International until he left work to care for his father. He and his father ate at Denny's and/or Governors daily for years where they made many good friends. Stanley enjoyed going to Bangor International with his father and watching the planes come and go. When Stanley's father passed, he made the decision to get a dog. Before getting sick, Ike, his yellow lab, brought Stanley years of companionship and joy. Besides being with his dog, he enjoyed collecting guns, flight simulation, and working with his many computers. The family would like to thank Beacon Hospice for their wonderful and compassionate care given to Stanley during his final days and a special thanks to his dear friend, Amy Meehan, for always being there for Stanley.
A celebration of life gathering will be held 11-1PM Saturday August 3, 2019 at Birmingham Funeral Home 438 Main St Old Town followed by a graveside ceremony with military honors at Lawndale Cemetery, Old Town.
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Betty Schubert Niles
Jul 31, 2019
Keep the light on for us Stan. We’ll be there sooner than ya think! Two weeks ago when we visited, I never expected to be doing this!!! My goodness friend who would have thought it would be over so quickly. I felt your pain, and so wished I could undo the sadness in your heart. Now you’re able to Rest In Peace. We Loved you Stan, the clock stops for no one. See ya when we get there good Buddy. Safe journey.
Wayne Niles
Jul 31, 2019
Stan and I were best friends in high school, in the Air Force and till this day . I saw Stan 2 weeks ago when my wife and I were in Maine for a visit from Florida, I’ll miss him a lot! RIP
Marlene Pond Scholl
Jul 31, 2019
RIP my friend and cousin.
Carol Reynolds
Jul 30, 2019
I had the pleasure of talking to Stan every time I visited my dad. Such a nice man.He loved getting visits from Ike....Thoughts and prayers to his family..
Brenda Louise Park Merritt
Jul 30, 2019
I was Stan' s cousin. His mom and my mom, Louise Park, were sisters. I stopped by twice when I lived in Milford, and no one answered. Now I know why. I didn' t know he was in the nursing home. I saw him last when my mom and I went to visit his dad. I called him when mom was hit by a car and died Christmas day. So sorry I didn' t get to see him before his passing and my daughter and I send much love and sincere thoughts to his family.
Jul 29, 2019
Any friend of animals is a friend of mine! Please accept my deep and sincere condolences.
Jerry Michaud
Jul 29, 2019
So sorry to hear of this-we had good visits with him when we would go see Cliff. God be with you.
Doris Lefebvre Meehan
Jul 29, 2019
Stan was a wonderful neighbor to our daughter, Amy. When she bought her house, he said he had loved seeing her big back yard mowed and would love to continue doing that now that she owned the house - and he did! If she needed help with moving heavy items, etc. Stan was always a willing helper. He seemed to be the same willing helper and visitor to other neighbors as well. He and Amy shared an understanding of how much love there is between a human and his or her dog. Ike and Ciaran became "good friends" across the backyard fence! How Stan LOVED Ike! When I visited, I would see Stan going by in his truck or out in the yard -- ALWAYS with Ike by his side. Stan is just a couple of mo...nths younger than me, and I was so saddened to hear of his illness and failing health. His passing is certainly profoundly sad for all who knew and loved him, but I am happy for him that he is now in a place where there is no more illness and suffering and loneliness and missing the companionship of his best friend Ike! I pray that you, all his family who loved him, are receiving the gifts of comfort and peace as you bid him farewell. May he rest in peace.Read more
Monica Pollard
Jul 29, 2019
Jul 29, 2019