Milton C. Stadt
July 1, 1934 ~ May 25, 2009
Monday, May 25, 2009. Survived by his wife, Barbara J. Stadt; his sons, Jonathon (Janet)and Mitchell (Hayley) Stadt; his daughters, Barbara (Kenneth) Gippe, Jane Loveless, Kara Stadt and Polly Hill; 13 grandchildren; his former wife, Joyce Stadt; his extended family Cheryl (Jim) White, Debby (Jim) Mueller, Mark (Kim) Webster and Brian (Anja) Webster; 9 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, many dear friends. He was a retiree of the Eastman Kodak Co. The family wants to express their thank you to the Palliative Care Center of St. Ann's Home and to the Volunteers at Journey Home for their loving care to Milton.
Barb & family- We were sorry to hear about your Dad, but we are glad he is at peace now! Keep the good memories in your mind. Love- Tom & Kim
Barb, Ken, Curtis & family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. May family, friends and good memories comfort you. With love and sympathy -Nessa
I was sorry to hear that Milt had passed away. Everyone will miss his wit and winning smile. Deepest sympathy to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers will be with you.
So sorry to hear about Milt…we go back a long way, I’ll never forget the good times we had before and after he was with you.. You made him so happy…Bet he is looking forward to meeting up with his good buddy. Didn’t know he was suffering with cancer but I realized something was amiss not hearing from you and all. Keep in touch, I’m coming up this summer maybe we can get together for lunch…I’ll give you a call in July. Love to you and his family…Debbie
I just wanted to say how sorry I am to hear about your dad’s death. Dawn let Vanessa and I know. Take care.
I will not be able to make it to the service on Friday but will be thinking of you all. Wish I could be there in person to see and visit with you. May your Faith, Family and Friends guide you through the days ahead. And may happy memories make your hearts smile 🙂 Sincerely, Dawn (Barb’s Roommate)
Please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of your Dad. I am sure the time you spent with him meant the world to him. You will always have him with you in your memories
Milt became our friend a few years ago, when he and Barb moved to Parkwood Heights in Macedon. Our friendship developed while we would sit and talk and crack jokes with each other.
After Milt and Barb moved we continued our friendship by visiting each other.
We will miss Milt and his great sense of humor.
I hope Milt is waiting and ready to crack a joke in life hereafter.
Dan & Phyllis Allen
Milt had a sense of humor like none other. If ever you needed a laugh in life, one would seek out Milt. We both worked with Milt at EK & have so many fond memories. May Milt rest in peace as he sits in the arms of the Lord looking over his family & friends.
Our group of graduates from John Marshall Hige School in 1952 was terriffic- Thank you Milt- as you were among that group of classmates, that made our
graduating class unique.
My sympathy to your family and friends-
We are so sorry for your loss!! Milt was always joking and making us laugh. We will miss his wonderful sense of humor!!
Deer hunting was never the same without him. Although he was a relative, we always considered him a close friend as well. My Dad always enjoyed his company and help in his later years. He was always there to help out with what ever he could. He was a good man! We will miss his smile!!
We love you! You will be missed…
We will miss your smiling face and remember you for the friend you were