Everett Worrell

Everett Worrell

(STAN THE BUD MAN)

Mr. Fixit, Friend, Cowboy, Sailor, Husband, Father, Grandpa, and Animal Lover

Stan Worrell, 79, of Topeka, Kansas, passed December 6, 2019 of Parkinson’s at Midland Hospice. He was a great man and will be missed.  He was loved. 

Stan was preceded in death by his father, Samual and mother, Emmagen Worrell of Leavenworth, Kansas and wife Beverly Worrell of Topeka, Kansas.  He is survived by wife Marile Worrell, daughters Michelle Mcdonald (Dave), Dawn Montgomery (Rick), son Chris Blazier (Clarisa), five grandchildren, and five great grandchildren.

Stan served four years in the Navy.  After his service, he worked as a truck driver, trainer, and foreman for Strathman Sales Co. for 37 years.

He was a proud member of Post #225 American Legion and served on the E Board in Ozawkie, Kansas.  In lieu of flowers, memorials in his name can be sent to Ozawkie #225 American Legion, PO Box 112, Ozawkie, Kansas, 66070.

Friends and family are invited to a dinner and wake at Post #225 American Legion, Ozawkie, Kansas, on Sunday, December 15, 2019 at 1:00 pm.

11 “Everett Worrell

  1. Sure sorry to hear about Stan. Sure enjoyed living next-door to you at 4607 for the two weeks that we were down in Florida. Did not know how to contact you. Betty (my sister) asked me for your number, but I told her it was no longer an active number. I still had the card you gave me with the horses on it.
    Pat Miller Allan Frazier, Ashmore, Illinois

  2. To all of my brother Everett Stanley Worrell’s friends thank you for your condolensces. But I would just like you all to know that my brother is survived by me and my wife and his niece. James D. Worrell, Spouse Susan K. Worrell, niece Melissa S. Worrell. The proper spelling for the first names of our parents is: Samuel And Emogene. He was a good man and my only brother a good brother and I will continue to miss him.

    • He is also survived by several nieces nephews sisters and other family members from his first wife Beverly’s part of the family.

  3. Stan was very likable when I worked with him at Strathman Sales in the 80’s and 90’s. I’m sure he will be missed by family and friends.

  4. So sorry for your loss Marilee and family I miss seeing you and Stan at Monday breakfast look to the Lord and He will comfort you

  5. Chris and family so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time as you reflect on your memories and talk about the ol days.

  6. Dearest Marile, Chris, Clarisa, Austin & Michelle,
    I am truly sorry to hear of Stan’s passing. He was an awesome man. He always had a smile on his face, had a great story to tell, and had love for his family. You all are in my thoughts and in my prayers.
    I will miss him.

  7. Our love and prayers go out to Marilee, Chris and the family. Stan was a wonderful, wise and funny friend who will be remembered forever.

    Love,
    Cathy and Brad

  8. Marile,
    Rich and I were very sorry to hear of Stan’s passing. We will keep him and your family in our prayers. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you!

    Rich and Ann Schiefelbein

  9. We are very sad to hear of the death of Stan. You have our very deepest sympathy. Even though he is gone I know he is alive in a better place and does not have to face that terrible illness and pain anymore. He will be so greatly missed.

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