Stanley Sheron Kantor, age 71, passed away peacefully at his home on Jan. 15, 2010 after a valiant and courageous battle with cancer.
Stan was born on March 12, 1938 in Price to Stanley J. Kantor and M. Ruth Beach, the oldest of three sons.
He graduated from Carbon High School, C.E.U and attended Brigham Young University. He was awarded a BA degree from Redlands University and also his MBA in Business Administration. He was a graduate of the FBI Academy in Quantico Virginia, and was a retired police captain with the Anaheim City Police Department.
Stan was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints and served in many capacities.
He served as Stake young Men's President in two California stakes. He was a stake missionary and he served on three High councils. He was a member of the Mapleton Utah North stake presidency for eight years. He worked as an ordinance worker at the Provo Temple for many years. He was employed at the Provo Temple as head of security.
He is survived by his wife, their children: Thomas Jon Kantor (Diana) of Herriman.,Kelly Ann Van Sickle (Brent) of Eagle Mountain and Karin Lin Appleman (Jason) of West Jordan and Eleven wonderful Grandchildren, his brothers, John Kantor (Carolyn) Price, and Ed Kantor (Vicky) Washington ,Sister in Law Linda Blackham ( Lamar) Spanish Fork and brother in law Thomas Longhurst (Helen) of Florence Montana.
Funeral services will be held at the Mapleton Utah North Stake center on Saturday Jan. 23, at noon.
A viewing will be held Friday night from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Stake center and again from 10:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. prior to the service. 475 N. 1600 W. ( SR-89) Mapleton. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to the Perpetual Education Fund of the church.
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