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Louise Stanley

Thursday, October 2nd, 1924 Tuesday, January 28th, 2020

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Obituary

Obituary for Louise Stanley

Louise (Vannaman) Stanley, 95, loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, January 28, 2020. She was born October 2, 1924 in Hazelton, KS. Louise enjoyed hobbies like crocheting, crafting, camping, and fishing. She enjoyed playing the piano and organ and had a large collection of owl figurines. She liked dancing on New Year's Eve with her husband and friends. Louise was an avid sports fan of the WSU Shockers, Kansas City Royals, and Kansas City Chiefs.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Billy Stanley; father, Lewis Vannaman; mother, Fay Sandy; stepfather, John Sandy; brothers, Jack and Doyle Vannaman; sisters, Betty VonAchen, Peggy Stockwell, Mary Florence Vannaman; and triplet great-grandchildren, Adam, Bradley and Christina. Louise is survived by her sons, Norvin (Eileen) Stanley and Mark (Tami) Stanley; daughters, Vicky (Bing) Bingler, Sheri (Jim) DeWitt, and Deborah (Steve) Leiker; 12 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and 4 great-great grandchildren.

Memorial Service: 2 pm, Monday, February 3, 2020 at Smith Mortuary - Haysville, 7031 S. Broadway, Haysville, KS 67060. Memorial contributions may be made to Amedisys Foundation, 250 W. Douglas Ave. #110, Wichita, KS 67202.



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  • Memorial Service

    Monday, February 3rd, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Smith Mortuary - Haysville
    7031 S. Broadway
    Haysville, Kansas
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    Monday, February 3rd, 2020
    2:00pm
    Officiant
    Chaplain Terry Deaver, MDIV

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Norvin Stanley

95 years, a long full life, born in 1924 could she have ever guessed 33 years later, in the big City of Wichita, how her life would drastically change forever after meeting Dad .
A widowed construction worker, struggling to support his 3 kids after the death of his wife from cancer in 1956. I never heard the story of how they met but I’m guessing since both liked music and dancing, they met in a bar.
The rest is history, Married in February of 1957, they brought Vicky 11, Norvin 9, and Sheri 7, to live with them in Wichita, the kids had been living with dad’s aunts in SE east Kansas while he had gone to the city to find good paying work, being a farmer was not enough to raise 3 kids on.
I can’t imagine why A 33 old young woman with her whole life ahead of her would agree to marry a man with 3 kids, but she did, it would only take about 10 years before Vicky, Norvin and Sheri, would be on there own starting new careers, off to the military or married, Mom had done her part, while working full time and starting her own family with the births of Debbie and Marc.
As our lives took different paths, myself to the Northwest Coast, Vicky to the East Coast, the rest never ventured far from Kansas, as you can see from the list of grandchildren 12, great grandchildren 22, and great,great,great grandchildren 4, the family has grown, Mom always kept track of who was who, And I think had met all of her grandchildren, I certainly don’t know most of them.
As with any life you can’t live 95 years without the highs and lows, births and deaths, marriages and divorces, good health and bad, and everything in between. It’s called life.
I didn’t get home as often as I should have after I moved to the Northwest in 1986, but I called home every couple of weeks, talking with Dad until his death then to Mom even if we didn’t have a lot to say it was good to hear there voice, I’ll miss that.
Rest In Peace Mom, your work on earth here is done, no one could have done it better. Love Norvin
Comment | Posted at 02:39pm via Condolence
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Norvin Stanley

I knew I might have been wrong on a couple of dates my mother died in 1955, Dad and Mom were married in 1956, thank you Debbie for clearing that up.
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Sheri OBrien

Rest in peace dear Louise, you were a very special Lady. Love and prayers for the family.
Comment | Posted at 08:23am via Condolence
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Linen King

Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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Robert Baldauf

Sorry for your loss; will keep family in our prayers 🙏
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