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Stanley Berry

Stanley G. Berry

Wednesday, February 1st, 1933 - Tuesday, March 12th, 2019
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Stanley Gordon Berry passed away March 12, 2019 at the Peaks Care Center in Longmont. He was 86 years old.

Stanley was born on February 1, 1933 in Tucson, AZ to Milton and Lendel (Teel) Berry.

Stanley graduated from college with a Bachelors degree in Biology, during that time he completed ROTC training and entered the Air Force to become a pilot. After he was honorably discharged from the Air Force as a Lieutenant, he was hit by a drunk driver and ended up entering Air Traffic Control because of physical limitations.

He married Gladys Doherty in 1960, together they raised their family in Longmont at the foot of Longs Peak. He loved that Mtn.

Stanley was a supervisor with the Federal Aviation Administration, and was a member of the original crew that “flipped the switch” for the Longmont Regional Center.

He was a member of First Christian Church; and supported the Wounded Warriors, Red Cross and World Vision Charities.

Stanley enjoyed golf, friendly dogs, being a good neighbor, the Rockies and skiing, camping, fishing. Never lost his love for planes; he was Longmont’s first runner!

Stanley was preceded in death by his daughter Laura Wyman; and his parents.

He is survived by his wife Ginny of Longmont; his son David of Sonoma, CA; his brother Ron Berry of Panama Beach, FL; his son-in-law Larry Wyman of Whitefish, MT; his grandchildren Terry and Tesla Wyman of Whitefish, MT, Alisha Beck, Amanda Seyfert, Acacia and Sumara Seyfert and Emrie Beck all of Coeur d’Alene, ID; and his great-grandchildren.

Private family services will be held. Cremation entrusted to Ahlberg Funeral Chapel and Crematory. Memorial contributions can be made to Wounded Warriors. Visit www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com to share condolences.
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Carl Eugene Mossberg

Posted at 09:52pm
Stan was a good friend, neighbor and I enjoyed playing golf with him also. You could always get some opinion on the stock market or the Rockies. He contributed greatly to Air Safety as an FAA controller and supervisor. We are sorry for your loss, he will be missed. Gene and Susan Mossberg


Posted at 09:25pm
We will miss you very much. Thank you Stanley for always being so good to me and for doing the things I love with me, singing songs, eating ice cream and jelly beans. For letting me scratch your back, I know your would have scratched mine. May you always be at peace. Much love, KDK


Posted at 07:14am
My condolences to the family and friends. The loss of a loved one is very painful, we grieve, but do not lose hope. We positively look to “the God of all comfort” for strength. (2 Cor. 1:3, 4) May God give you all the strength you need during these difficult times. I know personally how heartbreaking it is to lose a loved one but is uplifting to know that the God promises us in Isaiah 65:17 a near future in which not only we won’t feel this horrid pain in our hearts when we lose a loved one, but we won’t even remember how it felt. (Revelation 21:4)

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