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" U n c l e   S t a n "

Stan Jones, the Man Called "Uncle Sam"

written by Roger W Hancock, the PoetPatriot                

     Stan Jones is a very patriotic man who has difficulty walking. He is partially paralyzed having survived a brain-stem stroke in June of 2000. He maintains his independence by driving a red, white, and blue electric wheelchair around town.

     For several years Jones has dressed in the colors of the American Flag, topping it all off, with a patriotic top hat. The people in his community, of Colorado Springs, have begun to call him "Uncle Sam." Stan is a man who is unafraid to display his love for America; unafraid others may consider him obsessive.

Some say that the exhibition of national pride is not a good thing. Some liken it to the build up of the Nazi party. There are major differences. America is founded upon liberty. America has a government of checks and balances that, so far, have precluded deviations to the republic of liberty that we enjoy. America is generous in helping others when disasters strike. America is worthy of our pride.



     Stan Jones is wary of our government. The American Government is not perfect, but is the best in the world. America’s liberty has allowed the greatest economy the world has ever seen as well as raising the standard of living for all, rich and poor. The poor of American would be considered as "rich" by the many poor of third world nations. The fear of our government is warranted by those, within, who distort the meaning of America's founding documents.

     Mr. Jones is an Air Force Veteran having served this country in pride. He still is supportive and stands in support of our military personnel. He supports those who work to maintain the liberty of our protected freedoms. He respects those who serve, and morn for those who die.

     Stan was born on Flag Day, June 14, 1963, which adds to the mystic he carries as "Uncle Stan." Yes STAN. Stan the man, standing in his own right, together with Uncle Sam, a new patriotic symbol; "Uncle Stan."

     Pulling himself out of sitting on the couch with the continuous, “Why me, Why me” syndrome.” Stan says,  “. . .  one day,  I solved the problem by selling my couch.”  Ever since  he has been looking for the positive, resisting the temptation to revisit the, “What if,” question and has removed “Can’t” from his vocabulary. He founded the organization Different Strokes, saying that the purpose of the organization is to “help other stroke survivors look at their stroke as a “POSITIVE” change in their lives.” He also belongs to Rocky Mountain Stroke Club; a club for stroke survivors sponsored by Easter Seals. Stan Jones is a member of the Board of Directors and is the "Ambassador" for the Southern Colorado Easter Seals.
     The local Colorado Springs Civitan Club donated a bus that is wheelchair accessible.  He uses the bus, the “Abilities Express”, to transport himself and other disabled, of various disabilities, to church and local events that include the State Fair in Pueblo, Colorado.

Stan  Jones   designed 
the logo for the Rocky 
Mountain Stroke Club 


Electric Wheelchair Trek across America.
 Has been canceled.


      Stan Jones had planned to travel across our nation on his electric wheelchair. The trip had been planned to begin in San Francisco in April, 2008 and end at Ground Zero in New York City on September 11th. Due to unending government regulations and interference The trip has been called off. Another disappointment and trial for a man who has been victorious over many trials.

     Some contributions had been collected for the trip and will be used instead for an 80 foot flag pole to be erected in America the Beautiful Park that is a vista point to view America's mountain Pikes Peak. The project will include floodlights and landscaping.

Those who wish more information
or make a contribution to the

 Flag Pole project

at America the Beautiful Park
can email Stanley Jones at :
(Remove "REMOVE")


or you can call him at

1 - 719 - 630 - 0779
Stan  Jones
"Uncle Stan"

--- copyright December 31th, 2006 Roger W Hancock,
Photo's and graphics on this page were provided by "Uncle Stan"; Stan Jones.


- Stan's Poetry -

Poetry often can be therapeutic to those suffering mental or other distressing ailments, such as paralysis after strokes or accidents, as well as, other debilitating conditions. One need not be a poet to express the inner feelings to allow healing within the mind to free healing within the soul.  - Roger W Hancock
Stan's poems make some very poignant points. "A Cross To Bare" was written just over a year after his stroke. "Not a Clown" was written in 2006.

"Laugh and the world laughs with you," but what? - when the world laughs, and you do not!     - Roger W Hancock, the PoetPatriot.

Not a Clown
               by Stan Jones
My name is Sharon, Vicki, Steve or Lou,
I laugh and cry, I am just like you;
I am big, small, young, old,
I'm free to do what I want,
Not what I'm told;
I am your neighbor, your friend,
Your parent and your schoolmate,
I enjoy recess at school,
When I get older, Ill date;
I get sad, I get mad,
But, I still care,
When I need to talk,
My feeling, I'll share;
Don't be mean to me, my feelings get hurt,
So, don't rub my disability in the dirt;
For acceptance and equality I thirst,
I am different, but I am a person FIRST;
"Do unto others as you want done unto you",
I want to be your friend, "Be mine, won't you"!!!!
© November 2006 by Stan Jones
                                          by Stan Jones
Free to choose right from wrong,
My decision affects so many
A Cross I have To Bare;
So long ago He died for me,
but never left my side
A Cross I Have To Bare;
Carefree and reckless I spent my life,
Answer to no-one
A Cross I Have To bare;
Different Strokes for Different Folks,
No pun intended
A Cross I Have To Bare;
My life has changed, it took a moment
My choice, it was wrong
A Cross I Have To Bare;
Simple things are now a challenge,
I took life for granted
A cross I Have To Bare;
One last chance, change my life,
Open my heart, let Him in
A Cross I Have To Bare;
Regrets are none, mistakes are many,
the path I took is crooked
A Cross I Have To Bare;
Season of change, time to grow,
My new life emerges
A Cross I Want to Bare!
Written April, 2001 ©  Stan Jones


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