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Stan Broder

Posted 2017-12-04 by mhenderson
Today's News-Herald, Lake Havasu City, AZ
>>> Published on Monday, November 27, 2017 <<<

>>> April 11, 1942 — Nov. 20, 2017 <<<

Stan Broder went to Heaven on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Born into a
Jewish family, he was completed in his Messiah after his soul-
searching trip to Europe and Israel to find out what it meant to be
a Jew.

Stan was born and raised in Los Angeles. Over his lifetime, he
worked at many occupations beginning as a short order cook. He
attended Los Angeles Valley College majoring in business which led
to his brief career as the night studio manager at Motown, West in
California. Stan worked with notable recording artists such as:
Sammy Davis, Jr., Smokey Robinson, and The Jackson Five. He went on
to serve in the United States Navy for more than 25 years (active
and reservist), retiring as a senior chief petty officer.

The highlight of Stan’s careers was working with the Outreach
Department at Grace Community Church and as director of
International Ministries at Grace to You, for over two decades. His
responsibilities took him to such countries as India, Singapore,
Philippines, South Africa, Germany, England, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong,
Taiwan, China, Australia, and New Zealand. Stan founded most of the
international Grace to You offices and directed those offices until
his retirement in 2006.

Stan and his wife, Stephanie, moved to Lake Havasu City in 2006 to
help family members care for his mother-in-law. His love and care
for missionaries continued as he served as a deacon at Bethany Bible
Church in Lake Havasu City. Stan was preceded in death by his mother
and father.

Stan was married to “The girl of his dreams”, Stephanie, for 27
years. He was a loving stepfather (Pop) to her children; Carl,
Khristi, and Jeanette. Stan also was proud to be called Papa and
Grandpa by his 11 grandchildren.

A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. on Sat., Dec. 2, 2017 at
Bethany Bible Church.

Services were placed in the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lietz- To send a free card to the family, go to

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