Stanley Bair

Obituary

Stanley F. Bair was born on July 10th, 1952 in Bassett, Nebraska to Donald and Frances (Pickenpaugh)
Bair.  He was one of 6 children.
 
He attended Rock County High School in Bassett and later Westminster High School in Colorado. Later Stanley married and had two children, Mandy and Stanley.
 
Stanley loved “Hot Rods”, anything to do with fast cars, especially Fords.  He was a true “Ford Man.”
He liked guns, shooting guns, and spaghetti westerns.  He liked working with wood, trapping fur, and tanning. We was an Elvis fan and loved his music.  Stanley loved dogs especially his companion “Buddy.”  He loved watching eagles fly and always lived in places where they lived so he could watch them.
 
Stanley passed away on February 3rd, 2017 at his home in Atkinson.  He is survived by a son, Stanley William Bair of Oregon City, OR; brothers Howard Kleinberg of Lusk, WY, Harold Kleinberg of Atkinson, and Randy Kleinberg of Fremont, NE; sisters Anna Kleinberg of Newport, NE, and Annette Brigance of O’Neill, NE; 5 grandchildren Austin, Chloe, Brant, Claira, and Adam; his nieces and nephews Ashley and husband Tito Rodriquez of O’Neill, Bobby Kleinberg of Lincoln, Michelle Brigance of Osmond, James Kleinberg of Atkinson, Crystal and husband Jason Bourquin of Atkinson, Kellie, Kayla, Josh, and Kay Kleinberg of Sioux City, Dutch Jr. and Vanessa Kleinberg of New Orleans, Charles and wife Taylor Kleinberg of Lusk, April Kleinberg of O’Neill, along with many great nieces and great nephews.
 
He was preceded in death by his parents and daughter Mandy Bair.

 


  Memorial Service

Tuesday February 7, 2017 at 2:00 pm in the Seger Funeral Home in Atkinson, NE

302 W. State St., PO Box 99, Atkinson, NE, 68713

Visitation: Monday February 6, 2017 from 4 to 8pm at Seger Funeral Home in Atkinson, with an 8 pm Prayer service Monday evening at the funeral home.

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Yolonda Cullen aka yo as Stan called me

Stan will be missed by all I have known your family for awhile.. He always gave me shit everytime I seen him.. I can still remember him coming and helping me get unstuck.. Stan will always be in our heart.. He would always go over to my aunt and uncle's and play marbles and have a good old time.. I am sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you and your family.. I wanted to be there for you yesterday but I had to work and I couldn't make it today because I'm not feeling well.. But my hugs are going out to every single one of you..

 Posted February 7, 2017 - 3:17pm

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