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Stanley Waldeier
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Stanley Wayne
Waldeier
1950 - 2018
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Obituary for Stanley Waldeier

Stanley  Waldeier
Stanley Wayne Waldeier, 68, of Ravenwood Mo passed away at home on March 14th, 2018.
Stanley was born in Maryville to Lawerence & Jeannette Waldeier on January 28th, 1950. He graduated Northeast Nodaway High School in 1968 and began a lifelong career at Chicago Northwestern Railroad & Brotherhood of Maintenance Way Employees in 1969. He married his high school sweetheart Madeline Mitchell in 1970.
Stan and Madeline made a home with the addition of 3 great (but sometimes ornery) children. We’re not sure where the children got that from! The family moved to Iowa in 1978 and Stan held several positions for the railroad up to and including Vice President of the BMWE. He most enjoyed holding firm on an argument to the benefit of his railroad brothers. After retiring in 2010, Stan and Madeline were very happy to return home to Ravenwood.
He was an avid outdoorsman, loved hunting and fishing. Stan and Madeline spent a lot of time camping and boating as well. Anything to be outdoors. When stuck inside, he enjoyed finding obscure country music from the far southwest with meaningful lyrics so long as you were willing to “listen to the words.” For all that knew him, it goes without saying that any of the above included a good number of slightly true stories and lots of laughter.
Stan was a member of St. Gregory Barbarigo Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, and the Grand River & Defiance Muzzleloader Clubs.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sister Mary Jane (Keith) Preist; grandson Spencer Owen Waldeier; and sister-in-law Sue Waldeier.
Stan is survived by his wife Madeline Waldeier; son Lawerence (Ed) & Mary Waldeier of Maryville; son Doug Waldeier of Rockford IL; and daughter Annette & Ryan McCarthy of Adel, IA; five grandchildren Tonya, Trevor, Stanley, Joseph & Grace Waldeier; three brothers Larry Waldeier, Jim & Mary Waldeier, and Robert & Ann Waldeier; 15 nieces & nephews.
Rosary will begin at 5pm on Friday, March 16th at St Gregory’s with Visitation from 5:30-7:30pm. Funeral mass will be held at 10am Saturday, March 17th with graveside service at St. Joseph Cemetery in Parnell. Arrangements are under the direction of Price Funeral Home, Maryville. In lieu of flowers, the Stanley Waldeier Memorial Fund has been established at Citizens bank & Trust.
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(660) 582-3176 Price Funeral Home, Inc.
120 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
Email: pricefuneralhome@embarqmail.com
(660) 582-3176 Price Funeral Home, Inc.
120 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
Email: pricefuneralhome@embarqmail.com
(660) 582-3176 Price Funeral Home, Inc.
120 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
Email: pricefuneralhome@embarqmail.com
(660) 582-3176 Price Funeral Home, Inc.
120 East First Street
Maryville, MO 64468
Email: pricefuneralhome@embarqmail.com