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CHARLES EDWARD ("STOLL") STOLL JR.
September 19, 1952 ~ March 1, 2022 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Charles Edward “Stoll” Jr., 69, passed away Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at his home near Douglas, Wyoming.
He was born Friday, September 19, 1952 to Marion (Howard) and Charles Edward Stoll Sr. in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Stoll was talented like few others. He was a union electrician, Marshall in Sweetwater County, and the best shot to ever come out of the Wyoming Police Academy. He worked as a mechanic in charge for Union Pacific Railroad until an injury that forced him into retirement.
He loved riding his horses, fly fishing, and dancing around the kitchen with his “Gorgeous” wife, to old country tunes. Most of all he loved his wife, Kriss, his children, and grandchildren. Everyone of us knew it because he never stopped telling you, how much he loved you and how vey proud he was of you. He was our greatest cheerleader and defender. You never wanted to mess with one of his peoples, “Big Daddy” had a lot of guns and wouldn’t hesitate to use them if called for. Around Douglas he was recognized by his pressed britches, cowboy hat, boots, duster, and the gun on his hip, never was there a more handsome cowboy. He had the biggest most generous heart God ever gave anyone. He always found something good to say about everyone and wouldn’t tolerate anyone talking bad about any of his peoples.
Stoll is survived by his wife, Kriss; his “Baby Girl” Britta (Pete) Macdonald, his “Little Sister” Shelly (Gerry) Gerlach, “Troublemaker” Kelly (George Nordin) Rollins, Sheila Stoll, Jessica (Cody) Hunt, Charles (Cleo) Edward Stoll III, Abigail Stoll; brother, Clayton; sister, Michelle; and his grandkids.
He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Steven and Leslie.
He will be missed so very much! The world was better for him being in it and is not as wonderful a place without him, at least for all of us who loved him.
The family would like to say a special thank you to Chele Ross Niles, who was there when the rest of us couldn’t be, and her brother, Jared. They were a great blessing to us.
A memorial to the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 836 Smylie road, Douglas, Wyoming 82633 would be appreciated by the family.
The Gorman Funeral Homes – Converse Chapel of Douglas, Wyoming is in charge of the arrangements.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.gormanfh.com