Stanley Nicholas Kittock, age 80, of Waverly, passed away peacefully Sunday, April 17, 2011, at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis.
Mass of Christian Burial will take place Monday, April 25, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Waverly. The Rev. Timothy Cloutier will celebrate the Mass. Private interment will take place at a later date.
Visitation was Sunday, April 24 (Easter) from 4 to 8 p.m., and will continue Monday one hour prior to the service, all at the church.
Arrangements are by the Iten Funeral Home in Delano.
Stanley was born June 26, 1930, in Watertown.
He graduated from Delano High School in 1948.
Stanley married Lorraine Fitzpatrick June 13, 1953. They lived in Delano until 1958, when they moved to their present home in Waverly.
Stanley worked as a machinist at Honeywell for 35 years, retiring in 1991.
He was a faithful member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Waverly.
After he retired, Stanley enjoyed babysitting his grandchildren, spending time with family, feeding and watching the birds, watching the Twins and Vikings on TV, and riding around town on his scooter.
Stanley was greeted in heaven by parents, Nicholas and Francis Kittock; brothers and sisters, Milton “Pete,” and Jerome; Barb (Dederichs), and Marilyn (Schmidt); sisters-in-law Betty (Jerome) and Marilyn (Ed); mother- and father-in-law, Thomas and Anne Fitzpatrick; sisters and brothers-in-law Lavern “Turnie” and Vernon Fadden, Lucille and John Gritz; and father-in-law John VanBeusekom.
He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Lorraine; eight sons: Pat (Dawn), Kevin, Tim (Aimee), Keith, Chris (Judy), Jim (Christine), Mike (Jill), and Carey (Christina); two daughters: Colleen (Don) Ehrenberg, and Maureen (Tom) Ogle; 22 grandchildren: Jason, Brian, Cassandra, Katie, Nick, Jeremy, Carter, Rachael, Brad, Keegan, Bridget, Ben, Ryan, Kieran, Eryn, Sam, Alec, Joey, Mikayla, Max, Connor and TJ (Tom); and two great-grandchildren, Payton and Christian.
Stanley is also survived by siblings Carmen (Mel) Lenander, Janice Crum, sister Lisa and Ed; and brothers-in-law Thomas Dederichs and Frank Schmidt.
He will be greatly missed by his family, friends, and all who knew him.