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'71 Brady B. Stoner, MD (1945-2013) 

 

Brady B Stoner MD., age 67 of Kimbolton, passed away on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus. He was born on October 9, 1945 in San Antonio, TX, a son of the late Donald Wheeler Stoner and Vera (Behring) Stoner.
Dr. Stoner was a 1963 graduate of Elmore High School in Elmore, Ohio, Capital University in Columbus in 1967, and The Ohio State University College of Medicine in 1971. He completed his internship at Riverside Methodist Hospital and his residency in Anesthesiology at the Naval Regional Medical Center Philadelphia. He was a Lt. Commander in the U.S.Naval Reserve from 1972 to 1977. Following his service in the U.S. Navy he was in private practice in Great Falls, Montana; Bristol, Tennessee and then Cambridge, Ohio. He was a member of Christ's Lutheran Church in Cambridge, where he was choir director and the Ohio and American Society of Anesthesiologists. Brady raised Schnauzers, German Shorthair Pointers and Quarter Horses, and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He also enjoyed flying. As a private pilot he was instrument rated with single and multi-engine planes.
Surviving are: his daughter, Stephanie (Shane) Bennett of Castle Rock, Colorado and their children Molly and Kai Bennett; a son, Gilbert "Gib" Stoner of Kimbolton; a sister, Wendy (Tom) Stookey of Tampa; a brother, Courtney (Rhonda) Stoner of Woodville, Ohio; three nieces and nephews, Garrett Stoner, Erin Stoner and Nicole Stookey; his special friend and companion, Mary Fleckenstein of Powell; and long time friends Dick and Sandy Hendershot of Westminster, CO.
A memorial service will be held at Christ's Lutheran Church at 11a.m. on Saturday, August 24, 2013 with Pastor Katie Kerrigan officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Christ's Lutheran Church / 1101 Steubenville Avenue / Cambridge, Ohio 43725.

 

Posted on 19-Sep-13 by Pond, Deborah
Tags: Alumni Notes, Class of 1970 - 1979, Obituaries
 
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