OBITUARIO

Stanley George Russell

29 septiembre , 194716 mayo , 2021
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Stanley George Russell, 73, passed away Sunday, May 16, 2021. He was born on September 29, 1947 in Lansing, Michigan to Donald and Marjorie Russell.

Stanley was truly a jack of all trades. He was formally educated in several fields, including electrical wiring, criminal justice, EMT (paramedic), and obtained a certification in HCV. Over the years, he gained experience in numerous career field titles, including transmission specialist, MSU building maintenance, medical marijuana transport, trailer transport, security guard, and the career title he was most passionate about, Ingham Deputy Sheriff.

Stanley has always had a love for cars, from hotrods to muscle cars to old cars - in particular his 1977 442 - Stanley loved them all and in his younger years, he enjoyed working on them. He also had a love for World War II memorabilia and movies. He absolutely loved occupying the tropical island of Saipan with his beloved wife, Delfina, where the two of them travelled frequently. Spending time with his family was the most important thing to him and he cherished every moment that was spent with them. Above all else, Stanley endlessly loved his family – including his adored dog, Hunter, and his two cats, Oliver and Abbygale.

Stanley is forever remembered and missed by his loving wife, Delfina Igitol-Russell (Iggy); five daughters Shawn (Robert) Hollon, Shelbi (Dean) Haynes, Jessamine (Richard) Igitol, Karen Leverett, and Kim (Jason) Gatson; sixteen grandchildren Robert Jr. (Alexis), Danielle (Jake), Bailey, Gracen (Andy), McKenzy (Payton), Evelyn, CJ Sr. (Kaylynn), Sasha (Jesse), John Paul, Deana, Jessica, Elle, Colter, Tiffany, Brenda, and JR; eight great-grandchildren Cooper, Emilia, Carter, Karina, CJ Jr., Carmen, Caiden, and Risa; and three special people that Stanley and Delfina consider to be three of their own Melvina, Martice and Sang. Stanley is preceded in death by his parents, Donald George Russell and Marjorie Russell, and his brother, Charles Russell.

A Memorial Service will take place for Stanley on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 from 5PM to 8PM at Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes, Mason Chapel (Ball Dunn), 621 South Jefferson St. Mason, 48854. For those unable to attend the Memorial Service, the Russell family invites you to watch the recorded service at the following link: https://webcast.funeralvue.com/events/viewer/54418

In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan in honor and remembrance of Stanley George Russell. The link to the Kidney Foundation is as follows: https://www.nkfm.org/get-involved/giving

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Marlyn Igitol

25 mayo , 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time our sister Del. Know that Martin and I are sharing your sadness as you remember your loving husband Stan. We hope that you are surrounded with much love.

Remembering your last visit with us in Saipan last March 2018 and enjoyed each other’s company. We cherished the laughters, jokes and conversations over our dining table and restaurants that we visited. Also, Martin really thank you for the fishing gears that you gave him. You were like one of his brothers. Thank you Stan! May you Rest In Peace.

Patricia K Boone

21 mayo , 2021

Remembering your visit to your Uncle Morgan and I in Tennessee so many years ago. May you Rest In Peace my dear friend and nephew, till we meet again in heaven I mill miss the fun messages and phone calls.
Love to your beautiful family.
Aunt Pat Clark Boone🥰

Rose Igitol

21 mayo , 2021

Tony and I, send our sincerest and warmest condolences to you, my sister Del and other members of the Igitol-Russell family. We send our love and prayers to all of you.

May the Angels bring you to the ultimate Paradise in Heaven where you will rest in heavenly peace forever, Brother Stan.

I will forever cherish our fellowship on your last visit to Saipan; thank you so much for all the love and care you gave my Sister Del.

With much Love,
Rose

Danielle Hollon

21 mayo , 2021

My grandpa Russell or also known as gramps! He LOVED his grandchildren and all the granddaughters were frequently told how beautiful they were and he always said “grandpa loves his babies” he certainly made us feel loved.

Gary/Bonita Hollon

19 mayo , 2021

Shawn and family So sorry for your loss, Prayers for healing.

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Biografía

Stanley was truly a jack of all trades. He was formally educated in several fields, including electrical wiring, criminal justice, EMT (paramedic), and obtained a certification in HCV. Over the years, he gained experience in numerous career field titles, including transmission specialist, MSU building maintenance, medical marijuana transport, trailer transport, security guard, and the career title he was most passionate about, Ingham Deputy Sheriff.

Stanley has always had a love for cars, from hotrods to muscle cars to old cars - in particular his 1977 442 - Stanley loved them all and in his younger years, he enjoyed working on them. He also had a love for World War II memorabilia and movies. He absolutely loved occupying the tropical island of Saipan with his beloved wife, Delfina, where the two of them travelled frequently. Spending time with his family was the most important thing to him and he cherished every moment that was spent with them. Above all else, Stanley endlessly loved his family – including his adored dog, Hunter, and his two cats, Oliver and Abbygale.