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Stanley B. Schniepp, 58, of Decatur passed away Saturday February 5, 2011 at Decatur Memorial Hospital with his family by his side.

Memorial service to celebrate Stanley's life will be 3:00 PM Monday February 7, 2011 at St. John's Lutheran Church with visitation one hour before at the church. Cremation rites have been accorded. Casual attire is requested by the family. Dawson & Wikoff Chapel North, Highway 51, is assisting the family with arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.dawson-wikoff.com

Stanley was born on November 11, 1952 in Decatur the son of Delbert and Leta Bryant Schniepp. Stanley married Kathy K. McConaughay on August 27, 1977. Stanley was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church and was self employed in sales.

Stanley is survived by his wife Kathy; parents Delbert and Leta Schniepp of Decatur; five children: Krystal Cicenas and husband Ed of Clinton, Nathaniel Schniepp and wife Carolyn of Decatur, Melissa Reedy and husband T. J. of Decatur, Abigail Schniepp and Jacob Schniepp both of Decatur; three grandchildren: Austin, Alexander and Jayden; three brothers: Mike Schniepp and wife Rita of Madisonville, KY, Chris Schniepp and wife Pam of O'Fallon, MO, and Mark Schniepp and wife Becky of Niceville, FL.; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins also survive.
Latest Memories
Debra Ibbotson
 
Stan was a business associate I met when working at Scherer Buick Pontiac Isuzu in North Pekin, IL.
He was our forms rep.  It was always a pleasure to work with Stan.  He was always very friendly and
went out of his way to do a great job and keep us supplied with everything we needed.

I always enjoyed his visits and his talk about his wife and family.  I could tell he loved you very much and was very proud of all of his family.
Marty Stalling
 
Cousin Stan....In the years 1975-76 Stanley and I spent alot of time together.I have fond memories of driving the countryside in his Grand Prix with the driver seat that swiveled out or Grandma Schniepp's Rambler with the nash seats. Stan,Mark and I making hamburgers smothered in Lowry's in the kitchen on Fayette. Listening to David Allen Coe and Kris Kristofferson. Sitting on that great screened in porch and watching the traffic go by. I will never forget the times we had together....God I hope he knows how cool I thouhgt he was. Rest In Peace my friend!
Mike Schniepp
 

Stanley’s company "Legacy" was more than a name to him; it was part of him.  The family spent the afternoon going through pictures he had taken or found or created.   What we found were very few pictures of him, but volumes of pictures of all of us.  Memories going back to times that would have been forgotten.  Memories of family that have long since gone.  Memories that some of us can remember and some beyond our time.   Memories that he categorized,  labeled,  kept and fiddled with to make us laugh, cry, or just be amazed at the his creative genius.   More than a lifetime of Memories created; untold hours of his time spent; preserving a legacy of love for us.  Stanley will be missed but never forgotten.  His memory is in all of our hearts and will not be lost due to a crashed hard drive.  His love of family, his ethics, his humor, his creativity will live on through all that have been fortunate to have known him and loved him.  God will honor his legacy. His family will honor his legacy.  As Pam has said- there are angels cracking up because of Stanley right now.  As Laura has said- who else could make Velcro shoes cool.  We all have our memories that we will celebrate over the next couple of days and I'm sure along with the tears there will be lots of laughter because- he wouldn’t have it any other way.  What I hold on to myself and for the family is the bible verse that is inscribed on a picture in a basket as you leave Stan and Kathy’s home. One that is hard for us to understand at a time like this,  but it is one of Gods promises to  we believers –“For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the LORD, 'plans to prosper you and not to harm you,  plans to give you hope and a future. “Jeremiah 29:10-12.  We don’t understand but we have a loving God who does.  The verse that I shared with Jacob that has always been my “go to” verse when there is doubt, confusion, and fear is Psalm 23. We were all blessed to have Stanley in our lives and we can sing Gods praises for that. 

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Rachel Leonard Clark old family friends February 7, 2011
 
So sorry for your loss...I will be praying for your family.  I remember Stan from many years ago when my parents (John and Wanda) and Stan and Kathy spent lots of time together....I had not seen him in several years but I remember him as always having a good time with a smile on his face. 

Rachel Leonard Clark
Rick and Lynn Reedy Melissa's Father-in-Law & Mother-in-Law February 7, 2011
 
Stan was always so easy to be around.  His sense of humor and his laid back manner will be missed by many.  Our very deepest sympathy in this difficult time to all family and friends.
Michelle Reedy Family February 7, 2011
 
I'm so very sorry and my thoughts are with each of you during this difficult time. I feel fortunate Stan became a part of my life a little over 6 years ago.  We shared many good times and lots of laughs!  He will truly be missed.   Sincerely, Michelle 
Nancy Kincaid business associate February 7, 2011
 

I am so sorry to hear of your loss.  Stan was such a kind gentelman and we will miss him.

He often talked so lovingly about his family.

 

Huebner's and O'Connell's Friends February 7, 2011
 
Sorry to hear of your loss. Our prayers are with all of you in your time of sorrow.
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