Stan started singing at an early age with his parents in a group called â€œThe Singing Relationsâ€ from
Southern Missouri. Stanâ€™s first professional job was with â€œThe Mystery Men Quartetâ€ replacing Dan
Keeton (Now the tenor for Gold City). Stan also filled in with groups like â€œDriven Quartetâ€ and â€œThe
Kingsmenâ€. In 2010 Stan started his own group, â€œFaithâ€™s Journeyâ€ where he served until accepting the
position with Paulâ€™s Journey.
Stan says, â€œI am extremely excited about this opportunity. From the first time I heard Paul’s Journey on
the main stage at the National Quartet Convention, I loved their sound and upon getting to know them,
I loved their direction and heart for ministry. I have been through a lot of adversity in my life where
I leaned on my way instead of God’s way. Only through God’s grace, have I been able to continue in
the call that God placed on my life. This chapter is certainly not what I would have thought I would be
doing but HIS ways are higher than mine and I am so excited about this new season in my life. I hope
that my talent, but more so my testimony and how God can bring you through the roughest of times
and still give you the desires of your heart, will touch and encourage people across the United States
and beyond. In conclusion, I want to thank Rod Treme for this opportunity and I look forward to this
new chapter in the journey of Paul’s Journeyâ€.
Stan along with his wife Jodi and 4 daughters are from West Plains MO.