Stanley Mixon, age 74, of Erskine, MN, passed away on Sunday (December 30th) at Essentia Hospital in Fargo, ND. Memorial services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Monday (January 7th) at the Pioneer Memorial Center Chapel in Erskine with the Rev. Timothy Lundeen officiating. Flag presentation will be provided by members of the National Guard Honors Team. Arrangements are with the Carlin-Hoialmen Funeral Home of Erskine and messages of condolence may be sent at carlinhoialmen.com.Stanley Everett Mixon was born on November 11, 1938 in Dallas, Texas to parents Donald and Eunice (Knight) Mixon. Stan was raised in New Mexico where he attended high school. He then attended a year of college in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He worked for Texas International and Continental Airlines for 40 years.Stan entered the United States Navy in July of 1959 and received his honorable discharge in June of 1963. On June 27, 1966, he was married to Winifred Galassini. Thy lived in Roswell, New Mexico for eight years then moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. They had two children, Tanya (Winnie's daughter from a previous marriage) who was adopted at the age of eight and Larry Douglas born on March 23, 1969.He was transferred to Pensacola, Florida where he continued to work for the airlines. Winnie's health failed and Stan retired after 47 years in order to take care of Winnie. They moved to Rio Rancho, New Mexico for five years. Tanya decided she wanted mom and dad closer and helped them move to Oklee for four and a half years. They have lived in the Pioneer Memorial Care Center in Erskine for the past year and a half.Stan had been a member of the Utah National Guard. He will be remembered for his dedication and devotion to his wife, Winnie. He will be dearly missed.Survivors include his wife, Winnie of Erskine; daughter, Tanya (John) Kimball of Oklee, MN; and son, Larry (Niki) Mixon of Salt Lake City, UT; five grandchildren, Dallas and Mikala Mixon; Cory (Jamie) Montoya, Shawn (Kaitlyn) Ringeisen, and Steven (Karrie) Stinnett; numerous great grandchildren; and one brother, Larry (Anna) Mixon of Texas.He was preceded in death by his parents.