Mountain View Mortuary

2350 Montebello Square Drive, Colorado Springs, CO


Virginia G Stanley

21 January , 19341 May , 2019

Virginia Stanley, my mom, was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, daughter, aunt, sister-in-law, and friend. She passed away on May 1, 2019.

• Born in Indiana on January 21, 1934 and was an only child • Spent most of her childhood in Decatur, Illinois • During WWII she received a used bicycle from her dad. She loved riding her bike with her friends all around the neighborhood. • She was a talented seamstress and made most of her and her daughter’s clothes. The fabric always matched whether it was plaid, striped, or a print. I still remember her sewing tips. • Her first job was a waitress and she always gave a tip when eating out. She knew how hard the wait staff worked. • Made custom slip covers • Worked for 7-Eleven, and Schlage Lock • Air Force wife who knew how to pack and move the household. She was extremely proud of dad’s service to the USA.

In 1952 she married Joshua A Stanley at St Paul’s Lutheran Church in Decatur, IL. Mom grew up in this church and continued to attend the church when vacationing in the area.

• Married for 65 years • Had two children, Marilyn and Mark • Lived in Indiana, Illinois, Hawaii, Delaware, New Jersey, Missouri, and Colorado • Lived in Colorado Springs for over 50 years

She leaves behind her daughter, Marilyn & her husband, Greg; daughter-in-law, Cathy; grandchildren, Steve, Justine, Andrew, Jeremy, & Michelle; great-grandchildren, Joshua & Paige; and many nieces & nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Josh, her son, Mark, and her parents.


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Renee Brady Mitchem

13 May 2019

Can remember as a small kid we went to see Uncle Albert and Aunt Virginia. My mom always told us go out and play. Well I found the strawberry patch and was caught. My mother had a huge fit. Aunt Virginia looked at me and chuckled then told me go with her and she would find me better strawberries. I never got to see them often, but she always had some ready if I was there.