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Edward Stoner

Edward D. Stoner

Friday, February 27th, 1959 - Monday, July 8th, 2019
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Edward D. Stoner, 60, passed away July 8th in North Carolina. Born in Germany, he graduated from ESM High School. He received a Bachelors of Computer Science from SUNY Utica Rome. He served six years in the Navy where he graduated from Nuclear Power School. Ed worked at Nine Mile before moving to North Carolina where he continued his education, he earned numerous certifications, just some include, HVAC, electrical, plumbing and electronics. He went on to work in the heating and air conditioning business.

He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Mary Ann; brother, Lee (Jane) of East Syracuse; sisters, Cindy (Bill) Mnich of Bridgeport, Pearl Stoner of East Syracuse, Lisa Stoddard of Canandaigua and Missy (Sig) Rogalia of Delaware; and several nieces and nephews all who loved him dearly. He was predeceased by his parents, Rosemary and Ovie Lee; and sister, Bunny.

A memorial will be held at a later date.

Contributions may be made to, Mary Ann Stoner, PO Box 516, Willow Spring, NC 27592.
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Private Condolence

Cynthia Mnich

Posted at 10:15am
It has been a month sweetie and I think of you everyday. You are missed sorely and I hope you and happy with Mom, Dad & Bunny. Please catch up on that fishing, hunting and dirt bike riding. Ride those clouds honey.

dale and lori greabell

Posted at 06:48am
Pearl, Lisa and family
U read in the paper about your brother and just wanted to extend our condolences on your loss. May God bless you with the strength to get through these difficult times. In sympathy and with prayers for God to send you peace

Melissa Nickerson

Posted at 08:57am
So sorry for your loss Cindy. Please give your family my condolences. Thinking of you.

Pearl Stoner

Posted at 06:59am
Words can't express how my heart breaks. My entire childhood you were my best friend and hero. Now much to soon my angel. I will love you always and forever my dear big brother. May you rest in ever lasting peace

Lisa Stoner-Stoddard

Posted at 10:24pm
No words can express how I feel right now. I remember all the good times we had when you guys lived in Cicero. Your niece and nephew loved hanging out with you in the summers. I had to come over and make them go home for a bit. Then when you moved to Raleigh we had some good times there in that heat too. I also had to laugh about our Rock in Bowl you, me & my friend Gail when we'd do crazy stuff when someone was bowling.

Lisa Stoner-Stoddard Posted at 10:28pm

Love you Edward With All My Heart!!! RIP Dear Brother

Lisa Stoner-Stoddard Posted at 11:00am

OMG....our road trip to Atlanta GA to take Missy's stuff to her, but made it as far as Roanoke VA Ford Dealership. The transmission went on a 2 yr old truck. Sitting outside in the gross heat up against the building feeling like scumbags...lol. The mechanic comes out and ask do you plow with that truck and you say no it just has MR PLOW plates for the heck of it. He says it's not gonna be covered and you say I know that. Mechanic says it's Gonna take 2 weeks. You ask, can you direct us to somewhere we can get a ride to get a rental. Inside the dealership most the salesmen were from Watertown. They were all like one of us can drive you 2. So, there we go. We had a good laugh all the way back. You had to be there and experience it. We felt so gross and after sitting so long in the heat I think we were delirious. My goodness I could go on about some of our crazy times together. That's how I want to remember you. My fun and loving brother, and loving Uncle to Michael & Amanda.

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