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Stanley Brunner

Stanley M. Brunner

Wednesday April 7, 1943 - Thursday April 23, 2020
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Stanley M. Brunner, 77, of Palm, passed away peacefully on April 23, 2020. He was the beloved husband of Joan (Herb) Brunner. Born in East Greenville, he was the son of the late Paul and Mary (Hagenbuch) Brunner. Stanley was a graduate of East Greenville High School. He was a mechanic for his entire career, starting at the former Breiner’s Sunoco in East Greenville, then in Quakertown, and next for the former Trexler-Haines Gas Co, East Greenville for over 30 years. He was currently employed at Eddinger’s Propane in Bally. Stanley was an active member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, Pennsburg where is has served on Church Council, as well as on the Property and Cemetery committees. He was a member of the Upper Perkiomen Valley Jaycee’s, the NRA and was an avid hunter.

Surviving with his wife, are children: Christine Hoffman, of Palm; and Michael, and his wife Cheryl, of Stowe; sisters: MaryJane Schaeffer, of Red Hill; and Charlotte Wieand, of McGaheysville, VA; and 4 grandchildren: Jeremy, Justin, and Jordon Schmale; Chelsea Hoffman.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, a Celebration of Stanley’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations to either St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 81 N. Main Street, Pennsburg, PA 18073 OR to the charity of your choice. To offer on-line condolences and to check on service detail announcements, please visit his “Book of Memories’ at falkfuneralhomes.com.
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Ralph Kibblehouse

Posted at 10:49pm
He was a great relative and friend and we always had fun, the harassment we gave each other when we got together was totally off the wall, he was a unique person and I will surely miss his voice and smile but you'll always be in my heart.

Mike Wensel

Posted at 11:10am
My deepest, heartfelt condolences to the family during this difficult time. Stanley was a great co-worker, friend, and mentor who will be greatly missed.

Lisa Kaufffman

Posted at 08:36pm
I always loved how Stanley & Scott harassed each other. Scott would rub his head & Stanley would smack & yell at him. I'll miss his fun sense of humor at the Bally Pub & Eddingner's party. Keep smiling in heaven!

mike mutter

Posted at 12:38pm
What more can we say but what a great friend, employee, coworker & mechanic. It will not be the same here at Eddingers that is for sure. I know he will have the nicest tree stand in heaven!

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