In Loving Memory of

Stan Dye Photo

Fr Stan Dye MAfr

Born 16th May 1953 in Sunderland

Died 6th December 2020 in Rhyl, North Wales

Ordained 18th July 1987 in Sunderland

Book Owner: MISSIONARIES OF AFRICA
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Sarah Broscombe

You never forget the person who accompanies you through the 30 days. Stan, to me, was an embodiment of grace. He was a truly merciful person. He saw people with such a presupposition of their gorgeous createdness, that it helps a person see their own glory too. I’m not sure Stan really looked with …

Judy Dixey

What a lovely man and priest.  He will be so much missed. I gave him a hug on the day I left St Beuno’s in early March, and then panicked that I might have infected him with this new infection which we were just learning about. He had been so kind to me, during …

Terry Madden M.Afr.

Dear Stan, Your fidelity to our compassionate and ever-present God has always been a model for me and for many of your confreres across the world. We know how disappointed you were that you could not return to Africa; it was another of your many sufferings. But you did not abandon hope in God …

Paul and Anne Wawszczyk

Paul, my husband, and I had encountered Stan around St Beuno’s many times before I had the privilege of having him as a spiritual director. I found in him a genuine and constantly encouraging “presence”. I learned so much from him and I feel very humbled by this. It has been a real privilege …

Gemma Simmonds

Stan was a truly outstanding priest, friend and colleague.  Over many years working alongside him as a visiting director at St. Beuno’s I learned hugely to value his calm good sense, his humour, humility and extraordinary courage.  He was a shrewd and compassionate supervisor from whom I learned a great deal.  He had a …

Tina

Praying especially today when the White Fathers and family of Fr Stan will gather together for his Requiem. Remembering too the community of St Beuno’s who will deeply mourn such a gifted priest and courageous caring friend. Stan was a compassionate and gentle confessor. His celebration of Mass was always a grace filled encounter. …

Jo Siedlecka

Fr Stan was my spiritual director on the first retreat I did at St Bueno’s a couple of years ago. I loved him. He was so kind, patient, understanding and had a great sense of humour.  I was so sorry to hear that he had died. But I am sure he will be continuing …

Janet Hopper

As so many my memories of Fr. Stan are centred around St. Beuno’s. From his homilies to moments where I spoke to him personally he gentleness, care, patience and good humour have helped so much on my journey.  I pray with you all in gratitude for his life and with all those who will …

Allison Dye

I am Stan’s sister Allison. On behalf of my sister Joyce and myself can I say how much of a comfort it has been over this past week to read all of the lovely messages about our wonderful brother Stan. It has helped a lot to know he has touched so many lives. We …

Mark and Pauline Wiggin

We give thanks for the life of Fr Stan, a friend who dedicated his entire life to the service of others and lived out his vocation despite the personal pain he suffered throughout most of hsi adult life. Stan was a very determined person with a great sense of justice blended with compassion and …
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