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Stanley F. Krotowski

Stanley F. Krotowski of Warminster died peacefully on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at Doylestown Hospital, Doylestown.  He was 88 years young.

Born in Philadelphia, he was the beloved husband of Kathleen P. (Carr) Krotowski for 63 years, son of the late Frank and Anna (Majkut) Krotowski.

Stanley was a graduate of North Catholic High School and was retired from the Warminster Post Office where he worked as a postal clerk for many years.  He served in the United States Army and was honorably discharged.  Stanley was an active parishioner at St. Robert of Bellarmine Church and a member of the Arnot Sportsmen’s Club.


Stanley was an avid outdoorsman.  He loved hunting, fishing, and spending time at his camp near Wellsboro, PA.  Stanley also enjoyed fishing with his brother at the Jersey Shore and taking his grandkids crabbing.  He was proud of his vegetable garden and enjoyed sharing with friends, coworkers, and neighbors.  He loved watching his grandkids at their sporting events, watching western movies, and Philadelphia sports teams.

In addition to his wife, Kathleen, Stanley is survived by his devoted children: Stanley F. Krotowski, Jr. and his wife, Sandy; Maureen Lewis and her partner, Rich Gaittens; Kathleen Kerstetter and her husband, Paul; one brother, Ronald Krotowski and his wife, Alberta.  He is also survived by his six loving grandchildren: Matthew Krotowski (Taylor), Megan Krotowski, Katie Lewis, Ryan Lewis, Danielle Kerstetter and Tim Kerstetter.

Services and Interment will be private.  

Contributions in his memory may be made to St. Robert Bellarmine Church, 856 Euclid Ave., Warrington, PA 18976 or to a charity of the donor’s choice.

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