Stanley Bingle, 62

bingleStanley Bingle, 62, of Lutz St. Fombell passed away Sunday, October 30, 2016 at the residence of his daughter.

Born August 17, 1954 in Ellwood City, he was the son of the late Charles Ross Bingle and Ethel Mae Rogan Bingle McAnallen. He was married for 40 years to Cathy D. Fischer Bingle who passed away February 12, 2016.

Stan had formerly worked at G.A. Industries in Cranberry. A Veteran of the US AirForce, Stan was responsible for the maintenance of the aircrafts. He was an excellent musician and enjoyed playing in the “Youngbull Band” for many years. He also enjoyed riding his motorcycle and working on old cars. His most cherished time was spent with his family, especially his grandson.

Survivors include two children, Heather (Gary) Cunningham and Seth Bingle, both of Fombell; grandson, Gavin James Cunningham; two sisters, Cheryl (Sterling) Wagner of Fombell, Linda (Joe) Skursky of Shelocta, PA; brother, Charles (Carol Ann) Bingle of Ellwood City; step sister, Pat Libert of Ellwood City; special niece, Piper Levasseur; and a special nephew, Eric Wagner. He is also survived by a number of nieces, nephews, and close friends.

He was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, step father, Sam McAnallen; step brother, Sam McAnallen Jr. and his in laws, Harry and Martha Fischer.

Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 2 from 2-4 and 7-9 at the Marshall Funeral Home 200 Fountain Ave. Ellwood City.  A celebration of Stan’s life and a reunion reuniting him with his wife, Cathy will be held on Thursday at 5 pm at the Lillyville Church of God. Pastor Dennis Arndt will officiate the services. Military rites will be offered by the Veterans Honor Guard.

Memorial Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society.

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9 thoughts on “Stanley Bingle, 62

  1. We are deeply saddened by Stan’s passing. My husband, Neal Yoke, had the pleasure of meeting Stan this year. We always heard so much about him from our son-in-law Eric Wagner and our daughter Renae. Even though I never got to meet him, I felt like I knew him from all the great things they told me about him. Wonderful memories of Stan will bring comfort to all his family and friends. God bless you all.

  2. Heather and Seth you both have my deepest sympathy !! Your parents are together again so very sorry for your loss God bless You both and I’m here for you guys if there is anything I can do

  3. Heather and Seth, I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. He was a wonderful and caring man and neighbor. He was always willing to lend a helping hand, no matter what was needed! I will miss seeing his friendly smile and wave as we passed each other on our tractors while cutting the grass! My thoughts and prayers are will all of you and your entire family.

  4. May this good man rest in peace. Stan always had a happy heart. I thank him for the joy he gave me in my life. Always making sure that Aunt Sally and Uncle Jake were watched over. God bless his remaining familly. They will miss him dearly.

  5. My condolences to Stanley’s family. He was a classmate and a friend of mine starting in elementary school but after graduation from Riverside we all went our separate ways. Will always remember what a great sense of humor he had and could always bring the entire classroom to laughter and sometimes even the teacher. Peace.

  6. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort. Having the pleasure of working with Stan many years ago puts a smile on my face. His kindness and smile will always be remembered.

  7. I’m sure Stan got a big hug from God when he arrived in heaven. He was a good man to work with and will be deeply missed. I pray that God grants peace to his family.

  8. I will sadly miss Stan.He was a good father,friend,and band member.We had great times together.Heather and Seth you have my prayers and your dad will never be forgotten.He had great love for music too.I am very much sadly hurt.
    God Bless

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