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In Memory Of Our Poets

Stanley "Stan" Kirk Wilson (1953-2016) - Class Of 1971

Stanley Kirk Wilson Obituary

Stanley Kirk Wilson, 63, a lifelong resident of Montgomery, AL, and recently of Tallassee, AL, passed away at his home, Saturday, April 30, 2016, after a prolonged illness.

Stan is survived by his wife Joanne; one son, Heath Wilson, Montgomery; four step daughters, Wendy (Mark) Bell, Tallassee, Tara Beasley, Tallassee, Jordan (Jason) Warren, Troy, Terry (Gary) Varner, Tallassee; Ten grandchildren, Blake Wilson, Bailey Evans, Mason Bell, Land Bell, Tyler Ingenhuett, Thomas Ingenhuett, Reagan Warren, Alex Varner, Megan Varner and Rance Varner; Two brothers, Steve (Belinda) Wilson and Dale (Tracey) Wilson, both of Montgomery; mother-in-law, Gwen Babston; sister in law, Patti Teel, Tallassee and step mother, Irmgard Wilson, Montgomery. Stan is preceded in death by his mother, Willie Ruth Cook and father, William Huntington Wilson, both of Montgomery. Mr. Wilson attended Lanier High School, Troy State University and began a partnership with his father at Cloverland Service Station in 1973. Together they founded Farmer's Feed and Supply on Fleming Road in Montgomery as one of the first locations for the Alabama Farm Bureau Service Centers. Stan and his father operated "Farmer Feed," as it was known to locals, along with his two brothers, Steve and Dale for over 30 years.

A private memorial service will be held for the family at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please donate to any charity of your choice . The entire family wants to thank you for all the calls, prayers and acts of kindness during Stan's illness. Online condolences are available at: www.jeffcoatfuneralhome.com.
Published in the Montgomery Advertiser on May 4, 2016.