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Bernard Stanton April 5 2024

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Bud Stanton, age 76, passed away peacefully in Edmonton, Alberta on April 5, 2024. Bud was born to Bernie and Vi Stanton of Ottawa. As a young man, he developed a lifelong love of music where he sang, played piano and rhythm guitar in the popular 60s rock band The Scoundrelz (on Toronto’s Red Leaf records). His rendition of “Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying” was a favorite. Bud was also a member of The Townsmen. After receiving a certificate in Education, he quickly found out that he did not enjoy teaching and instead began a long and legendary career in television at CBC. He learned the industry from every angle — from being a cameraman hanging out of helicopters for “Alberta Landscape”, to directing countless Calgary Stampedes, and to traveling the world for ten Olympic broadcasts. Buddy’s expertise and sense of humour turned many colleagues into great friends along the way. Bud was also an ardent reader (especially a good spy novel), cook, pool player, fly fisherman and hockey fan. Family was always very important to Buddy and he made sure to tell us often how much he loved us, right up to the end. He will be dearly missed by his loving wife of 52 years, Jill Stanton (née Parrott), who has been along with him for this fabulous ride since they were both teenagers; his sister Rose (Sally); his two sons Christopher (Lisa) and Matt (Jenn) and his three grandkids, Emiliana, Will and Violet (who he would lovingly refer to as “squids” and “crooks”). Buddy will also be missed by many lifelong friends and his brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. We take comfort in knowing that his sense of humour, his talent, and his memory will live on in the hearts and minds of every life he touched. As per Bud’s wishes, there will not be a funeral service. The family will gather for a celebration of his life in the summer. In lieu of flowers, we encourage you to take a moment to tell your friends and family how much you love them.
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April 5 2024

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Death notice for the town of: SHERWOOD-PARK, Province: Alberta

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  1. Dear Jill and family ~
    My heart goes out to you at this devastating time and my condolences couldn’t be more sincere… I am so sorry for the loss of your husband and Dad.

    I don’t think we ever met but I heard so much about Buddy and his incredible talentS(!) that I feel as though I knew him… My Dad was the other ‘Buddy’ in the film department on Lanark Avenue — Bud Neate… I cherish the memories of hearing him talk and the tales he told about the cast of characters he worked with, always with praise, respect and appreciation of their accomplishments!

    Sadly, I’ll share with you that Dad passed away May 14th, 2019 – a month shy of his 89th birthday, due to a lengthy litany of cardiac issues. Precisely 4 1/2 years later, November 14th, 2023, shortly after her 89th birthday, we lost Mom (Tucker/Carol) due to dementia, but I believe it was from a broken heart. They would have marked their 64th anniversary May 29th ~ 2 weeks after she had to say goodbye to her beloved husband and best friend.

    As time goes forward may your memories provide you with comfort… and may the care and concern of your loved ones remind you that you’re not alone… With deepest sympathies ~

    Linda (Neate) StPierre
    Stittsville-Ottawa Ontario

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