Stanley S. Naydo
July 27, 1941 - March 5, 2023

Stanley S. Naydo

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Stanley S. Naydo, age 81, of Fremont,
passed away on March 5, 2023.

Stan was born on July 27, 1941, to Johnny and Josephine (Yoshiko) Naydo and grew up in Los Angeles and studied engineering at Berkley.

He worked for the city of Los Angeles as an engineer. After suffering some health issues in 2003 he moved to Fremont and worked for Casey's, Arbor Manor and then Fremont Health Systems until his retirement.

Stan is survived by his wife Julie Naydo and stepchildren. Tiffany (Jeremy) Siffring, Alycia (Jeremiah) Miller, Dustin Hansen, Jade Brumbaugh, Astaisha (Shane) Masters, and Alex (Kristen) Anstey,18 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren and brother Walter Naydo of Pasadena CA.

Stan was preceded in death by his parents, son-in-law Greg Brumbaugh, and his beloved dog Yoshi Sparkle.

Stan will always be remembered for his genuine love of people and his longing for knowledge.

Private services will be held.

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  1. Brian Goodman
    I worked with Stan at a small brokerage firm in Redlands CA way back in the late 80's / early 90's. Somehow we both ended up in Fremont but unfortunately never crossed paths. I remember him as a very bright guy with a dry sense of humor. Great memories. RIP Stan
  2. Cari Brodd
    Stan was a great friend and fun to work with we had alot of laughs and told lots of story's he will be missed.
  3. Jessica Laflair
    I am so sorry to hear of his passing. He was always a joy to work with. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
  4. Tina medinger korth
    Prayers for you all. So sorry for your loss.
  5. JoAnn Morgan
    It was abolute joy and my pleasure to work with Stan at Arbor Manor. He was such a friendly and cheerful man.
  6. Melissa
    I worked with Stan for 4 years at Fremont health. He was an amazing person always smiling no matter what. I had many, many laughs with him throughout my time working there. He will truly be missed
  7. Clarissa Gourley
    I had the privilege of working with Stan at the hospital. He was so fun and always knew how to make people laugh! He will be missed!! Prayers to his loved ones during this difficult time.
  8. Katie
    Stan the Man! You will be missed by so many! I always enjoyed your smile and kind greetings in the MFH cafe and halls.
    Many hugs and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.
  9. Sandy Winn
    I remember Stanley when i worked at the hospital. He was always happy and very pleasant. RIP Stanley. 😢
  10. Cindy
    Rest in peace Stan, may your family find comfort. Stan was a blessing to many.
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