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“Sendinding my prayers and condolences in your time of loss. I've known Stan since kindergarten, through the years we've lost touch but I will always...Read More »
1 of 7 | Posted by: Michael Stamey - Cleveland, TN

“rip Stanley now you are free ”
2 of 7 | Posted by: phyllis charters - warren, MI

“Linda there are no words that I can say to express how sorry I am. Stan was like a brother to me. I was proud to call him little brother then he...Read More »
3 of 7 | Posted by: Susan Byrd - Warren, MI - Friend

“Stan was a good man and I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. I pray that God will grant you the strength. My most sincere condolences. ”
4 of 7 | Posted by: Nancy McKelvey - MI - Classmate

“I will never forget all of the fun we had, climbing that old apple tree, building forts, and playing kickball out back. ”
5 of 7 | Posted by: Jeanne Green-Weaver - PA

“Sorry for your loss Stan will truest be missed my prayers are with the family ”
6 of 7 | Posted by: Debbie Webber - Warren, MI

“Linda, no words can express the sorrow for your loss. I know your family fought hard to overcome Stanley's cancer. May he rest peacefully. Please...Read More »
7 of 7 | Posted by: Lisa Amick - Clinton Twp, MI


Stanley Craig Trontoski, age 46 of Roseville, died Saturday, August 12, 2017 at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born June 6, 1971 in Rochester, Michigan, son of Connie (nee: Anderson) and the late Frank Trontoski.

For 11 years, Stan was one of the country's many thousands of postal workers who do their best on a daily basis to bring happiness (amidst the bills) to the lives of millions. Making others happy brought him immense joy, especially when he was making memories with family and friends. Spending time in their company was the stuff that Stan's greatest pleasures were made of, and was definitely the cherry on the sundae of life,…particularly when it involved being with his treasured sons, Brendan and Jacob.

Another pastime Stan enjoyed was his love of fishing. There was just something special about headin' to one of his old & favorite fishing holes, casting his line in the water, then being enveloped by the peacefulness and serenity that accompanied waiting for that "Big One" to come along. Whether those moments and memories were shared with a friend or two, or simply enjoyed alone, Stan's fishing skills were put to the test at every opportunity available. If you were ever having a challenge locating Stan, chances are he was "Gone Fishin'!

As for some of Stan's other sporting pleasures, he definitely was enthralled by the games of football and hockey. Even though our Lions and Wings have been through a bit of a rough patch of late, still, the fall season always found Stan getting pumped up with 2 of his favorite sports about to inundate the TV watching experience. With each falling into that familiar realm of "contact" sports, his pleasures were even more ignited just knowing that the Machismo Meter was about to get pegged,…making for even greater TV!

When his desire for entertainment didn't include something sporty, usually that meant that the car was headed for another favorite spot,…the Casino. Known to be one who loved giving Ol' Lady Luck a run for her money, Stan could spend hours soaking up the aura and sounds that accompany an experience at the casino,…and always held out hope that he might be able to soak up some of the casino's fortunes as well.

Known affectionately to most as a "Gentle Giant" of a man, Stanley wasn't given for being a real social kind of guy, but possessed more qualities that sprang from his shy character. Yet even in his shyness, he still managed to touch and infuse others with his own brand of friendliness and care that quickened joy and elation with whomever he engaged. A loving husband, son, & father, Stanley leaves a storehouse of wonderful memories for all to cherish and embrace with each reflection shared. And though he leaves this side of Heaven far too soon, may there be comfort in knowing that the other side affords freedom from pain and joy for eternity as a great reunion awaits. Rest in peace, Stanley.

Stanley was the beloved husband of Linda Derouin. Dearest father of Brendan and Jacob. Loving son of Connie and the late Frank Trontoski. Brother of Bill (Tammy) Trontoski, Donald Trontoski, and the late Randy Trontoski. He is also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.

Visitation for Stanley will be held Wednesday, August 16th from 3-9 pm at the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12 ½ Mile Rd) in Warren. His Funeral Service will take place on Thursday, 11:00 am at the funeral home.

Please share memories of Stanley at his memory book above.