STANLEY - A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Thursday, Dec. 13, from St. John's Church in Plattsburgh, for David Keith Stanley, 53, of Plattsburgh who passed away Monday, Dec. 10, at the CVPH Medical Center. Rev. Timothy Canaan, pastor of St. John's Church celebrated the Mass assisted by Deacon Leonard Petrie. Altar Servers were Sherm Luck, Ken Racette and Tom Rennell. Cantor was Mary Catherine Jadlos. Organist was George Cantin. Steve and Debra Stanley, his brother and sister-in-law placed the Pall. His brother, Steve, placed the Crucifix. Words of remembrance were given by his son, Adam Stanley. Brother-in-law, John Frazer and a niece, Kelly Gidman, read from Scripture. Courtney Frazer and Sarah Johnston, his nieces, presented the gifts. Pallbearers were Adam Stanley, Steven Stanley, Kyle Frazer, John Frazer, Robert Johnston, Scotty Johnston, Scott Johnston, Jamie Gregware and Wade Wildman. A delegation of Plattsburgh City School District Employees served as honor guard. Interment followed in St. Peter's Cemetery where Rev. Timothy Canaan read committal prayers. Arrangements are entrusted to Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad St., Plattsburgh, New York 12901 (518) 561-3980. Online condolences and memorial candles may be offered at www.brown funeralhomeinc.com
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