Patrick “Pat” Stammer

Resided in Gladstone, MI
Died August 14, 2023

Patrick “Pat” G. Stammer, age 70, of Gladstone, passed away peacefully on Monday, August 14, 2023 at his home surrounded by his loving family.


Pat was born on October 24, 1952, in Escanaba, the son of James and Mary Stammer (Labresh). He graduated from Gladstone High School and was a pipefitter for many years at the Escanaba paper mill.


Pat was united in marriage to the former Alice Gobert on October 14, 1972. Together they shared 50 wonderful years. He was a member of the All Saints Parish, Sons of the American Legion Gladstone, and the Gladstone Yacht Club. He enjoyed spending time camping with family and friends at Camp 7 and was an avid Packer fan. He looked forward to and enjoyed spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.


Pat is survived by his loving wife, Alice; children Mark (Amanda) Stammer and James (Holly) Stammer; siblings Mike Stammer, Greg Stammer, and Penny (Larry) Bester; grandchildren Daniel (Brittany) Stammer, Megan Stammer, Chris (Ashleigh) Stammer, and Landon, Carter, and Paige Stammer; great-grandchildren Ella, Lana, and Nora Stammer and numerous nieces and nephews.


Pat was preceded in death by his parents, James and Mary Stammer.


Family will receive friends on Friday, August 18, 2023, from 1 PM to 3 PM at the Skradski Funeral Home in Gladstone. Memorial services honoring Pat will begin at 3 PM.

12 Tributes for “Patrick “Pat” Stammer

    Stammer Family,
    We are so very sorry for your loss. Our hearts and thoughts go out to you during this very difficult time.
    We were very fortunate to know Pat, and share our “Grands” with him. They loved him so much!
    Thinking of you all,
    Den and Cheryl

    Alice and family- I am so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed talking with Pat at the club about his beloved Packers.

    I’m sorry to hear of Pats passing. I had the privilege of working with pat for a number of years at the mill. He was a good coworker and friend, he will be missed. I will keep him in my thought and prayers.

    Pat will be missed! Great guy and always a smile and big hello when he visited the Gladstone American Legion! The S.A.L sends prayers to Alice and Family!

    So sorry to read about the passing of Pat! I worked in the Storeroom at the Mill, so I saw a lot of Pat…and from that I knew he was a great guy Rest in Peace Buddy!!!

    Mark and Jim,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Losing a parent is one of the hardest. They have loved you from the beginning, helped you, taught you, stood for you and encouraged you your whole life. It’s
    Not easy. But for the hope of Jesus you will see him again. God gave us a memory- keep those memories near and dear, as they will help get you thru. You will also know how blessed you are to be raised by a loving Dad and Mom.

    Alice: I have no idea what you are going thru, I can only imagine. know that we are praying for you. 50 years together! Wow! That in itself is a blessing!
    Gosh remember those easy paths, curvy paths, bumpy paths and even the stumbly woods and smile.(I do) May God bless you with peace and comfort and be your strength in the coming days.
    Big tight hugs to all of you!
    Love you!
    FAP and UJ

    Dear Alice and Family,
    Our hearts go out to you in deepest sympathy in the loss of your dear Pat. He was a kind person who always had a smile and a hello for everyone. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult and sad time.
    Nancy and Tim LeGault

    It was always nice to spend time with Pat and Alice. Watching or “reliving” Packer games was particularly fun. Whenever we encounter fried eggs with lace we will think of Pat. Thank you for including us in some wonderful memories.

    Dear Alice and family, we are so sorry about Pat, and sad that we were out of town and couldn’t attend his service. Was always good to see both of you at the club…always a fun time. I’m sure he will be dearly missed by many. God bless…

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