|Birth: ||Mar. 26, 1939|
|Death: ||Dec. 5, 2000|
Source: Daily Ardmoreite
Services for Stan U. Agers II will be 11 a.m. Monday at Corinth Baptist Church with the Rev. Willie Range officiating. Interment will follow at Clearview Cemetery.
The Lord called another of his favorite sons home Dec. 5, 2000. Stan was born March 26, 1939, to Stanley Ulysses Agers Sr. and Johnnie Pear Agers. He was preceded in death by his father and two brothers, Donald Ward Agers and Raymond Dale Agers.
A loving man who gave more than his heart to all who knew him, he was a husband, father, brother, employer, mentor, co-worker and friend who proudly gave his time, talent, and, to some, his money. A long-time resident and businessman, Stan has taught and touched the lives of all that have known him. He was a member of the Masonic Sunset 85 Lodge, Black Businessman Chamber of Commerce, Corinth Baptist Church and an assistant scoutmaster.
Survivors include his wife of 40 years, Louvon Agers; four sons, Stanley U. Agers III, Ardmore, Christopher L. Agers, Guam, Ricky Agers, Charlotte, N.C., and Terry Agers, Mesquite, Texas; one daughter, Makeda Agers, Denton, Texas; his mother, Ardmore; six sisters, Joann Bratcher, St. Louis, Jeanette Hutchinson, Grambling. La., and Evelyn Hornbeak, Phyllis Wells, Virginia Smith and Roberta Williams, all of Ardmore; two uncles and an aunt, Henry Gentry, Ardmore, and Andrew Joseph and Lula Mae Brooks, both of Oklahoma City; sisters-in-law, Marilyn Agers, Mae Helen Kirk, Helen Satterfield, Elen Smith, Geraldine Bryant, Omega Gilbert, Grace Jaggers and Charlotte Jaggers; brothers-in-law, Frank Bratcher, James Hornbeak, Terry Jaggers, Stoney Jaggers, Ray Jaggers, George Bryant and Stewart Gilbert; 15 grandchildren, Quincy Abrams, Chad Dawkins, Cora Dawkins, Dawond Swindall, Cameron Swindall, Atavian Swindall, Leah Agers, Jeanette Agers, Natalie Agers, Veronica Agers, Ricky Agers Jr., Kne'chelle Agers, Ashley Agers, Terry Agers Jr., and Alivia Agers; two great-grandchildren, 50 nieces and nephews, a host of great nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.
The family would like to take this opportunity to express our deepest and sincere thanks for all the loving support and help during this period of need and bereavement. We pray the Lord and Savior continues to bless you because of the love that you've shown.
A special thanks and blessing to Annette Gay Bryant for all her love and support she has provided during our time of need.
Services are under the direction of Ragsdale-Grant and Sons Mortuary.
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Record added: Jan 31, 2008
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