May 24, 1950 ~ December 5, 2021 (age 71)
Stanley Haramoto, our Husband, Father, Grandpa, Great-Grandpa, Brother, Uncle, Cousin, Mentor and Coach, rounded third and was waved home on Sunday, December 5, 2021.
There to give him high 5’s behind the plate was daughter LaDawn Lenkersdorfer, his parents; Talase (Moon) and Rhoda Haramoto, his sweet grandmother; Tora Sato and his father and mother-in-law; DeLown (Jake) and Garnett Price.
Stan was a Jack of all Trades, Master of Most! He loved fishing, hunting, camping and coaching softball. Stan worked at ATK (formerly known as Thiokol) for 35 years, retiring in 2015. A true brotherhood was formed in those years and lifelong friends were made!
Stan was assistant softball coach at Bear River High School for 28 years and just started his 29th year. Bear River High acquired a state record of 10 state championships, which includes a repeat and a 5-peat along the way! Stan was VERY PROUD of the Bear River High softball program and the girls he coached.
Stan was humble, true and honest. All valuable traits he passed on to his children; LaDawn (Jody) Lenkersdorfer, Bryan (Carlos) Haramoto, Stacy (David) Williams, Wendy (Catherine) Haramoto, Kylie Haramoto (Rich) and Kameron (Jaimie) Haramoto.
Stan was a kind, loving and forgiving husband to his wife of 52 years, Ryla Ilene Price.
The highlight of Stan's life was his sweet grandkids; Brad (Lexi) and Taylor Lenkersdorfer, Ari and Cooper Roche, Carter Hunt, Maizie and Zuri Williams, Noa and Ellis Haramoto and great-grandson Fang (Bubs) Gleed. They are really going to miss Grandpa ordering pizza, buying Taki's, Cheeto's and going to the property. They will truly miss Grandpa Stan.
Our family deeply thanks the doctors and nursing staff at both the Bear River Valley Hospital and Logan ICU Unit for the care and comfort they provided for Stan and our family.
We've lost one of the best for sure! We will miss him every day until we see him again.
A viewing for Stan will be held Wednesday, December 8, from 6-8 p.m. at Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home (111 N. 100 E., Tremonton)
A viewing will also be held Thursday, December 9, from 10-11 a.m. at the Tremonton South Stake Center (1150 S. Tremont Street, Tremonton)
The funeral service for Stan will follow at 11:30 a.m. It will be available to watch by livestream on the link below. https://iframe.dacast.com/b/156512/c/531794
A special thank you to Tremonton 2nd Ward Relief Society for their compassionate service!
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