Dan Arroyo

Stanley Daniel Arroyo passed away peacefully on November 29, 2018.

Memorial Service: Monday, December17, 2018 at Holy Trinity Church, 1850 S. Throop Street, Chicago from 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Funeral Mass: Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at St. Pius V. Church, 1919 Ashland Avenue, Chicago. Celebration of Life Mass at 10:30 a.m. Burial St. Mary Cemetery 87th & Hamlin, Evergreen Park.

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Dear St. Genesius, Illustrious patron of actors, I place myself under your protection. Bless me in the studies of the drama. Noble St. Genesius, loving patron of the theater and its people, teach me how to act well my parts. Bearing God so within myself that through the perfection of my performances, He may reach beyond the footlights to touch the sensitive, restless hearts of His creatures. Great St. Genesius, help me in my drama of life.  Guide me and inspire me that through the beauty of the drama and through the power of acting I may elevate the thoughts and feelings of those who love or watch it. Valiant St. Genesius, coach my every drama, so that, I may fulfill the obligation of leading my friends and spectators to the love and beauty of the Divine Creator of all drama. Holy Martyr, St. Genesius, guide me, protect me, and help me on the stage of life.  Present me to my Creator when at last my drama of life is ended.  Amen.

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I Am Greater Than This Darkness

By: Mark Zelman

I am greater than this darkness,

this sleepless dream, aimless walk,

this black veil and blinding fog.

I am comet, one of multitudes.

I reclaim my sun, restore light to my heart.

I am greater than this darkness.

I am bell, I am meadowlark.

Hear my notes and know what prayer is.

Do not fear this black veil and looming fog.

Scouring tide, purging flood,

I advance, I destroy, and I renew.

I am greater than this darkness.

I decant my fine spirit, I am volatile,

explosive, I am supernova, I rise above

this black veil and blinding fog.

I am only something beautiful,

I am not the only one.

We are greater than this darkness,

this black veil and blinding fog.

 

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  1. Ruth and Edgar Palm :

    So sorry to hear of your loss. Our Condolences.

  2. Tim Carey Class of '81 :

    so sorry to hear about the passing of Stan. he was always fun to be around in school. My memory of him was always smiling in the halls. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Bob Ebersold Class of 1981 :

    I am sorry to hear of Stan’s passing. He was a good classmate and pleasure to be around. My condolences to his family.

  4. Paul Jenkins, Fenwick '81 :

    Too young. Too soon. Stan was a great classmate and an easy person to like. His passing leaves the world a less cheerful place.

  5. Rich Bonaccorsi :

    The Arroyo family in our thoughts and prayers. I will always remember Stan as such an easy going classmate and very kind person. Such a pleasure to have known him.

  6. Dominic Vecchio :

    Rest in Christ Stan. Amen Fellow Friar
    Dom Vecchio

  7. Mike Benson Class of '81 :

    Stan had a very kind heart and was always fun to be around. My prayers are with your family.

  8. Stan brightened our days at Fenwick with his kindness and quick wit. Please accept my sincere condolences.

  9. Danny Grosso - Fenwick class of ‘81 :

    Condolences to the Arroyo family.

  10. Jim Pape - Fenwick Class of ‘81 :

    My condolences to the Arroyo family. Stan was a wonderful person that always smiled when you saw him.

  11. Steve Zidek - Class of 81 :

    For Stan’s family, please accept my concolences on your loss. Stan was always a kind and gentle guy, offering a quick with a smile for anyone.

  12. Great memories of Stan, played drums for him when he sang in Banua 81. He’s in my thoughts, his family is in my prayers

  13. May you find comfort knowing what the bible tells us in Acts 24:15 “there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous”

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