ROY — Stan Watkins Barlow, 74, known at Heritage Park Care Center as “Teddy Bear,” had a life dream to run a farm. His dying act was to “cowboy up,” waiting two painful days for his full family to stand by his side as he passed on.Born Dec. 16, 1942 to Bernice Watkins Barlow and Ivan Ianthus Barlow, living in Clearfield, Utah. Stan died Wednesday, June 21, 2017 of pneumonia, following a lifetime battle with schizophrenia and shorter battles with emphysema and dementia.He was married to Gloria Barlow for 40 years, helping raise step children Robbie Chugg, Frank Chugg and Donette Chugg Pearce. He was a loved grandfather to Brooke Chugg, Lacie Prevedel and Skylie Workman and others. His daughter, JaNae Barlow Francis, thankfully learned to appreciate her dad. Sister Frankie Barlow watched out for him.He loved cigarettes and Pepsi. His pride was his Army service in Vietnam and his high school diploma. Needing no excuse to brag, his legacy was his family. He made many friends who loved his unique personality. He worked may years at Hill Air Force Base in the missile division and at Max Factor in the warehouse.He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was named king of Heritage Park Care Center in 2010 and 2011 and was the inventor of duct tape interior design. He collected everything, especially tissues.He was preceded in death by his parents, brother Jay Barlow and sister Judy Barlow Jordan. He is survived by 13 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.The family appreciates many years of selfless service by caregivers at Heritage Park, The Gardens Assisted Living and Mount Ogden Care Center.A graveside service is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, June 24, at Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 W. Washington Blvd. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Stan’s name to patient funds at Heritage Park.