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Stanley Stephenson
June 26, 1923 - March 28, 2017
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<div itemprop="description">STEPHENSON, Stanley Edwin <br>1923 - 2017 <br> <br>Stanley Edwin Stephenson of Calgary passed away on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at the age of 93 years. Stan was predeceased by his loving wife of seventy years, Anne, on November 21, 2014 and his son Jim Stephenson in 1990. He will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed by their children, Pat McDonald of Calgary, AB, Bob Stephenson (Shirley) of Chilliwack, B.C., Barb Olsen (Dale) of Ponoka, AB and Bill Stephenson (Brenda) of Creston, B.C. He will also be fondly remembered and missed by his grandchildren, Susan Fath (Tim) of Airdrie, AB, Kim McDonald of Richmond, BC, Scott Olsen (Kim) of Edmonton, AB, Karmella Scott of Spruce Grove, AB and Danielle Stephenson (Carson Rodgers) of Edmonton, AB; and great-grandchildren, Coleton, Caeden and Carter Scott; Alexa and Madysen Olsen and Ty Bently Rodgers. Stan was also predeceased by his brothers Henry and Alfred and his sister Violet. He is survived by his sisters, Evelyn de Kergommeaux of Port McNeil B.C., Louise Western (Merlyn) of Tucson, AZ and Ruby Stone (Bill) of Edmonton, AB as well as numerous nieces and nephews. The Chilibecki clan played a very important part in his life as well and he will be missed by his sisters-in-law Kathleen McFarlane of Calgary and Mary Talaska of Utah and his brother-in-law Fred Chilibecki of Edmonton as well as numerous nieces and nephews on that side of the family. <br> <br>Stan was a loving husband, father, grandfather, community volunteer and sports fan. He was employed with the Canadian Pacific Railway for 37 years after spending time in the Airforce and the Royal Canadian Navy. He enjoyed curling, golf, baseball, hockey, dancing and playing cards as well as coaching hockey and baseball. He also participated in the executive of the Legion and was happy to lend a hand in the many communities in which he lived/moved to during his career with the CPR. <br> <br>The family wishes to thank the staff at Carewest Royal Park for the wonderful, kind care that Dad received while living at their facility during the last 19 months of his life as well as the staff at the Rockyview General Hospital where he spent time recently and a significant amount of time in the summer of 2015. In accordance with Stan’s wishes, there will be no service. <br> <br>If friends and relatives so desire, memorial tributes for Stan may be made to the Salvation Army, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Royal Canadian Legion or a charity of your choice.</div>