Stanley Joseph Jasper (27 Aug 1916 - 20 Apr 2020)

Funeral Service

Location
Private
Date
Private
Time
Private
Funeral Director
Jonathan Hepner Funerals

In loving memory of Stanley Joseph Jasper who sadly passed away on 20th April 2020.
27/8/1916 - 20/4/2020. Aged 103.

Loved husband of Joan (deceased).
Adored and much loved father of Mary, father in law of Andrew, treasured and loved Poppy (Popsicle) of Jessica, Daniel, James & Laura and partners.
May the wind of love blow softly and whisper for you to hear, how much we love and miss you and let you know we will remember you forever and keep you near, in our hearts forever.
Rest peacefully and watch over us all.

Sincere thanks to all the staff at Rococco Aged Care, Geelong.

The funeral service for Stanley will be held on Monday (April 27) at 1pm. If you would like to be an online guest to this service please visit http://jhfunerals.com.au/live-stream/

brian hicks wrote

What a wonderful service under these difficult circumstances
Uncle Stan a true country fella loved the land and loved to share his experiences and his family, i treasured my meeting and chatting

Our sincere condolences to you Mary and Family our memories will be treasured so fortunate to have had Dad for so long and him so well
Love Brian Hicks and Family

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Heather Adderly wrote

Dear Mary and family, I would like to let you know how impressed I was with Uncle Stan's funeral today. It was truly an amazing way to honor him and very moving. Love to you and your family from cousin Heather. Xxoo

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Jen, Doc & Amy Batey wrote

Mary, Drew, Jess, Dan, Jimmy & Loz, We will always share the fondest memories of Dad & Pops. It was a privilege to have known s gentleman of so much character, wit & knowledge. Always had a photo, book or story to share with Doc. The Service was beautiful and a very fitting farewell to a wonderful long life. Thank you for allowing us to share in this online. Wishing we could be there to give you all big hugs, but as soon as circumstances allow there will be no holding me back! Time to rest now Stan & enjoy those Green Pastures. I know you will be a guiding light watching over your loved ones. xoxo πŸ’•πŸ’”β£πŸ€ πŸ˜‡πŸšœπŸ˜˜

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Robin Squire wrote

A great service under current circumstances. Thank you to family for those cherished memories both verbal and pictorial. Love to all. ( The late Ruth Jaspers husband ).

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Ian Jasper wrote

Mary and family. Julie and I are saddened by the loss of Uncle Stan. Our sincere condolences. What a man to have seen so much, lived so long, and been such a positive influence on so many. My Dad (Jack) was his eldest brother, and was very fond of Stan. A life well lived. Ian

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Angie & Shane Cox wrote

Beautiful service for a beautiful man. A true gentleman, a very clever and humble person. What a blessing to us to know you, if we could only be half the person you were Uncle Stan we would be happy. Much Love to you Mary, Andrew and family. xoxox

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Teresa Jasper wrote

Sending my love xx

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Faye & Les Moon wrote

Sincere sympathy to you Mary and family. A true gentleman has left our lives but not our hearts. I remember him fondly with his knowledge and wisdom. May the arms of Jesus wrap you with His love at this difficult time. My love to you. Faye

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Joan & Russell Menere wrote

Our heartfelt condolences to the Jasper Family. We know how much you loved Stan and that he will be forever in your hearts.
Russell & Joan Menere

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Simon Jasper wrote

In loving memory of Uncle Stan, a true gentleman of the bush, who's wit and humour was equally matched by his knowledge and wisdom.
Forever in our hearts
Much love
Simon, Corrine Julian & India

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Greg Jasper wrote

Dear Mary and family and George and family. Please accept my sincere sympathy for the loss of your dear father and pop. We always enjoyed our visits with uncle Stan. We know you'll miss him terribly. May he be walking in the garden while the dew is still on the roses as in the song he sang to us at our last visit. We hope we can watch the service with you. Love Greg and Petrea and family.

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Fiona Graham wrote

Would like to send my condolences to Stanleys family. It was a great pleasure to have looked after him over the past 2 year. I will miss his storys that he would tell me about being on his farm. Thinking of you at this sad time xoxo

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Cathy Hose wrote

Would like to send my deepest condolences to the family and what I pleasure it has been to look after Stan for the past 10 months. He was a fighter to the end and I’ll always cherish his windmills and his stories

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Kevin Jasper wrote

Hi Mary and family please accept my deepest condolences. Love always Kevin

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Heather Adderly wrote

Dear Mary and family, Uncle Stan was always a part of our family as our mum Evelyn spoke of him fondly. He is the final one of the 12 children to go. This brings an end to that generation of Jasper's. Love to you all Heather xx

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Beverley Jasper wrote

Dear Mary and Andrew, Jessica, Daniel, James and Laura,
Deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved father, father-in-law and Poppy.
Thank you for surrounding him with love for so long.
He was a treasure and a great loss to all of us.
With love from
Beverley and Ilma.

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Helen Thompson wrote

So sorry to hear of Uncle Stan's passing, what an amazing man he was. We are grateful to have been able to visit him recently. Deepest sympathy to Mary and family, you will all miss him so very much. Love from Helen and John Thompson

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Rachel Winter wrote

Lots of love to you Mary & the family! Although I only met Pop once he was a legend I will never forget, especially as I have one of his infamous can aeroplanes to remind me of him 😊 103 years is incredible and you’re so lucky to have had that much time with him. Raising a drink to Pop tonight ❀️

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Margaret Dwyer wrote

I remember the lovely conversations with Stanley regarding his life on the farm I always found him an interesting and intelligent man who was respectful of all the staff at the facility he was living in. 103 years! What an amazing effort! Condolences to the family.

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