Stanley W. Thompson

In Memorial

Stanley W. Thompson, age 67. Sunrise December 18, 1955 and Sunset August 1, 2023.

Visitation 9:00 AM and Funeral Service 10:00 AM Saturday, August 19, 2023 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd.).

Interment at TBD Cemetery.

Please keep the family in your prayers as they write Stanley’s obituary.

Condolence Messages

  1. Love my neighbors and remembering the good times filled with laughter and love. Sending strength to endure, peace to dream, and blessings of memories. He was so caring. Love you❤️Here for you.

  2. Pam Whitehurst

    Sending hugs and prayers to the family. So sorry for your loss. Stan was loved by everyone ❣️

  3. Teahia crowell

    I’m praying for your family I know he was a great man, father,grandpa and friend and he will be missed and never forgotten ❤️

  4. So sorry to hear about the passing of Stanley. He was a great man. I worked with him at riverside hospital .rest up my friend

  5. Carolyn Jones Anderson

    OMG! The Jones family is in shock! We have known Stanley since the 70’s when he and Ronnie use to come over our house everyday. He always tell my mom that’s she will always be his mom.
    He will be truly missed and we love him so much.
    We will keep his family in prayer in jesus name.

  6. My ❤️goes out to the family and my prayers go up. I only knew Stan as a co-worker of OhioHealth, but during that time I got to have so many heart to heart discussions primarily about family, during those times I got to know just how much you all meant to him, especially his wife, after many countless conversations we discovered that there were people from back in the day that we both knew, and don’t get me started on his love for self-defense,
    ( my wrist still hurts from his demonstration on if someone throws the first punch )
    But seriously, Stan meant a lot to all of us who got to know him, and we will truly miss him, “My the God of all comfort be with you , his loving family”

  7. John Passmore Jr

    I grew up with Stanley and we workout for years at Bally gym ! We had so many laughs and great times together, nothing but love we had for each other I know the whole family ! Boy did he love his Wife he will b truly missed ! I can’t even describe the sadness in my heart when I received the phone call from our friend Henry he had passed !!! His laugh, his humor, the joy he gave us will truly b missed, but never ever forgotten!!! To the family you have my deepest sympathy, and you will always be in our prayers ! Rest In Peace MY Friend I Will Always Love You !!!

  8. To the Entire family and friends of one so loved I would often run into Stanley and as usual his happy spirit and smile would be so natural we would joke and talk about family and friends and he would say positive and uplifting words to his family may the Holy Spirit embrace and comfort each and everyone and mend the broken hearted

  9. Sending prayers to Stanley’s family, he was a good guy, he will be missed. I got the pleasure of working with him at Riverside hospital. Hang in there and things will get better in time.


    Sorry for you loss he was a good man we were neighbors but we are Family he will be miss May you Rest In Heaven.

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