Charles Stanley Kilborn

09/27/1946 –


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  • Memorial Service
Date: 11/30/2019
Time: 2:00 pm
 – 3:00 pm


Charles Stanley Kilborn, 73, of Lubbock passed away on November 18, 2019. We will gather to celebrate his life at 2:00 pm on Saturday, November 30, 2019, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Friends and family are invited to share memories and expressions of sympathy for the family to cherish in the space provided at the bottom of this page.

Charles Stanley Kilborn was born on September 27, 1946, to Charles and Mary Kilborn in Fort Worth, TX. Stan married Dannielle Newton Kilborn on December 31, 1971, at First Christian Church in Lubbock, Texas.

Survivors include his wife, Dannielle Kilborn; daughter, Kara Dannielle Prince, and husband, Keith; son, Charles Stanley Kilborn, Jr.; eight grandchildren, Kenna, Konner, Karson, Katelyn, and Khloe Prince; Jade, Wade, and Kenley Kilborn.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles Edward and Mary Frances Kilborn.


13 thoughts on “Charles Stanley Kilborn”

  1. My heart goes out to Stan’s family. He was so proud of his family and many times reflected his love and devotion to them all- especially his wife.
    God bless and comfort you all is my prayer. He was a very good friend to me when we worked together at Atlas. We continued our friendship on facebook and many times we would exchange funny things. That was Stan. Full of life, laughter, and love for friends and family. He will be sorely missed by all his friends and family.

    Debra Duck

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with Stan’s family. Stan and I were great friends during our years of service at Atlas Roofing Corporation. He was a great salesman and a
    good friend. He will be missed.

    Rest in peace, Stan…

    John Cobb

  3. So sorry to hear of Stan’s passing. He was the first Georgia Pacific salesman I met when I moved to Lubbock in 1974. He was both a competitor and customer who remained friends throughout our long careers in the building material business. Stan’s infectious laugh and wry smile was always welcomed by his loyal customers. May the Kilborn family be consoled knowing Stan is in a better place and anxiously awaits a grand reunion with all some day. May he rest in peace.

  4. I first got to know Stan when I was brand new with Georgia-Pacific corporation, the roofing division. I traveled with him for a week out in the Lubbock area. He was such a marvelous man. We renewed friendship on Facebook and he would often ask about Israel and Holocaust survivors. I got to know his heart so much and now I know that he is with Jesus. May God comfort you all

  5. Stan was an old friend. Stan and I started working together at Georgia Pacific in 1973. Through the years we were colleagues in the building materials industry for our entire careers. Stan was a great family man and he made many friends. He raised and fine family and he will be missed.
    My sympathy to his family.

  6. Stanley was always such a kind person. He treated everyone the same – with respect. My sincere condolences to his wife, children and family.

  7. Stan and Danielle are friends since the 70’s. You both are the Best and Sweetest Memories of my life. Stan will meet us there with open arms. We love you Stan. I love you Dannielle and all your family. Please call me and we will do lunch when you want.

  8. Dannielle,

    I was so very sorry to hear of your loss.
    I know how much you two loved each other
    and made a great couple.

    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    I always enjoyed working with you so much at Monterey High School.
    You were always a bright spot !!!

  9. So sorry to hear of this loss! My thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you will so miss this physical presence., May you feel Gods peace and rest in his love! We hope sweet sweet memories will keep Stan with you always!!! Love, Lana Marzolino

  10. I’m so, so sorry for your loss. Stan and I had a really close relationship over the years and I had the pleasure of working with him at Atlas Roofing Corporation, we remained friends over the years after his retirement and would talk on the phone for hours, just about life and stuff. He was always so loving and carrying towards his family and had a huge heart for all his loved ones. Stan was about as genuine as anyone could be and he will be missed by many.
    My heart breaks for your family and all remain in my prayers. and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding. Philippians 4:7

  11. Sorry to hear about Stan, he was a great friend and we talked about once a month about life and family. I just talked to him last month and he seemed fine this was a shock. My prayers for you and the family, in our talks we often talked about the lord and you and I can take rest he is with Jesus.

  12. Dannielle, I’m so sorry for your loss. What a long and beautiful loveship you two shared. May God comfort you in all the days and years to come. Love you and your precious family. Toni Hancock

  13. Stan was the friend I needed when times were tough . He helped me and I helped him. We were really more like high school and early life friends. We relieved our past. It was great many of our conversations started with “Who was …. of do you remember “
    We had medical problems. TT football. Problems and many more useless items to talk about., but we talked !!! 2-3 times a week … my wife who is never met him started asking questions. About him because she felt like she knew him through me.
    We’ve known each other since the 6th grade. He was truly one of my best friends . Here’s prayers for the whole family . I miss him every day and I’m sure others do to .
    A friend to a friend .
    Good bye !

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