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Stanley Taylor Ebel

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 15th, 2013


Stanley Taylor Ebel


Stanley Taylor Ebel, age 88 of Newport, OR. passed away September 28, 2013 in Newport. Stanley was born October 29, 1924 in Waterloo, Iowa to Louis and Emily (Mussett) Ebel. He enlisted in the Navy on July 1, 1943 in the V12 program and graduated from The University of Iowa on July 12, 1945 as an Electrical Engineer. Stanley then attended Notre Dame University for officer training and was commissioned as an Ensign on November 2, 1945. He was then deployed on board ships and soon found out sailing did not agree with his stomach, so he transferred to become Engineer Duty Officer. He then attended M.I.T. where he received a degree in Electronic Engineering.

While stationed in Seattle, WA he met and married Rosalia Petersen on February 7, 1953 in Portland, OR. They were later transferred to San Francisco, Puerto Rico, Washington D.C., Honolulu, Hawaii, San Diego, and back to Washington D.C. where he retired as a Captain USN on August 31, 1974 after a long and distinguished career. In 1975 after having moved across the country in a motor home they settled in Newport where they founded and ran Newport Stain Glass Supply and taught stain glass through the community college.

Stanley was a distinguished member of the Newport Elks serving as treasurer, and their Secretary for many years. He was also a Director for the Newport Bridge Club. He enjoyed traveling across the country and Canada in a motor home to buy supplies and see the sights.

Stanley is survived by his wife Rosalia of Newport; sons: Matthew and wife Maria of Port Ludlow, WA, Timothy Ebel of North Bend, OR; and daughter: Barbara Ebel Anderson and husband Gregg of Brisbane, CA.; grandchildren: Siobham and Rosanne Ebel; great grandson: Bryon Anderson; and brother: Marvin Ebel of Nathrop, CO. He taught his children to value hard work and strive for excellence. He is remembered as a loving husband, father, and grandfather and will be missed.

A memorial service is planned at 11 A.M. Saturday, October 19, 2013 at Bateman Funeral Home with military honors.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Samaritan Hospice, or the American Heart Association.

Arrangements are entrusted to Bateman Funeral Home.

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