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Stanley F. Dugan

December 30, 1921 - May 23, 2017

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date May 28, 2017

Funeral Home Dietrich-Mothershead Funeral Home

Cemetery Woodlawn Cemetery

Visitation: Sat. May 27, 2017 from 4-8 PM at Dietrich-Mothershead Funeral Home

Service: Sun. May 28, 2017 at 2 PM at Dietrich-Mothershead Funeral Home

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Stanley F. “Dink” Dugan was born December 30, 1921 in De Soto, MO. He was the son of Sylvas Lee and Eunice (nee Reppy) Dugan. He passed on May 23, 2017 at Community Manor in Farmington, MO at the age of 95 years. He is survived by his daughters, Sandra (Ronald) Stewart, De Soto, MO; and Fran Hayes, De Soto, MO; grandchildren, Rebecca (Dan) Hoffee, Rhonda (Anthony) Lawson, Donald (Shawna) Stewart, Bryan (Andrew) Stewart; and Timothy (Megan) Hayes; great-grandchildren, Anderson and Natalie Hoffee; Samuel Lawson; Ashley, Alesha, and Alexis Hayes; and Lonnie and Tanner Douglas. He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Audrey L. (nee Hensley) Dugan; siblings, Myrtle “Dixie” (LTC William E.) Jones; Bo Dugan; Gilbert (Mildred) Dugan; and George Dugan. Stan was a mill supervisor for Union Pacific Railroad. He was a member of De Soto #119 AF & AM; Uel Chapter No. 129; Alhambra Grotto, Webster Groves, MO; Bonne Terre Council No. 43; De Soto Commandery No. 56 Knights Templar; O.E.S. Ch. 71 & 15; Board member of De Soto Railroad Employees Memorial; deacon Emeritus at First Baptist Church, De Soto; and the Jefferson County Squares. Stan was a member of the First Baptist Church, De Soto, MO and he served in the U.S. Army during WWII. As an expression of sympathy memorials may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.