OBITUARY: STANLEY EDWARD MAZUROSKI
February 12, 2014
Stanley Edward Mazuroski
Jan. 2, 1947 – Jan. 31, 2014
Stan passed away in his sleep at his home in Keystone, Colo., on Jan. 31, 2014. Stan was born Jan. 2, 1947 in Waterbury, Conn. He attended the University of Connecticut, where he earned a bachelor's degree. He had a wide variety of work experience — from helping children who had drug addictions to a blueberry farm and sheep farm in Maine, ship building, systems engineering, a liquor store owner and sales and marketing. Most recently he worked as a property manager at Vail Resorts.
He met his beloved wife, Laura Chorbajian, in Newport, R.l. They enjoyed hiking with their dogs, skiing, snowshoeing and traveling. Stan also enjoyed playing court tennis and sailing in Newport.
Stan leaves his loving wife of 10 years, Laura Chorbajian, and his 16-month-old son, Trevor Louis Chorbajian. He also leaves three daughters from a previous marriage, Alexi Slye-Frey, Laura Jeanne Slye and Catherine Slye; two brothers, Hoppy Mazier and Thomas Mazuroski; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.
We welcome you to join us in a commemoration at Keystone Ranch Restaurant (Google for directions or call guest services at 970-496-4000) from 2 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb. 18 if you plan to attend. In lieu of flowers and in Stan's memory, contributions may be made to Stan's son Trevor Louis Chorbajian College Fund c/o Firstbank, 160 US Highway 6, P.O. Box 347, Silverthorne, CO 80498, (970) 468-8067, or a charity of your choice.
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