William Frawley Staub

5 avril 195716 novembre 2020

We celebrate the life of William Frawley Staub, loving husband and father, born April 5, 1957, and deceased November 16, 2020 after an extended illness.

William, known to most as Billy, was born in Birmingham, Alabama. He graduated from Mountain Brook High School in 1975 then went on to study and receive his Bachelor of Science from Samford University. He continued his studies at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he received his Doctorate of Dental Medicine. After graduation, he opened a private practice in Homewood and continued to practice dentistry for 35 years. In 1984 he met his wife, Dyan Broughton Staub. They were married on December 6, 1986 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Birmingham, AL and were three weeks shy of their 34th wedding anniversary.

He will be greatly missed by his wife, Dyan Staub, his son, three daughters,and their children: Tyler Staub (wife Allison, their children Anna-Grace and Emalyn), Shelby Waid (husband John, their children Jolene and Leighton), Abbey Flores (husband Paul, their child Paul Jr.), Regan Kreizinger (husband Luke), along with remaining family and friends.

Billy had two brothers, Edwin John Staub III, known as Eddie, and Robert Huie Staub, known as Bobby. Billy was a loving child to his parents Teleete Frawley Staub and Edwin John Staub Jr.

The funeral service will be held on November 19, 2020 at 11:00 am at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church at 2061 Patton Chapel Road, Birmingham, AL. The graveside burial will be private for the family and officiated by Reverend Joshua M. Altonji. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be sent in his memory to either Eagle Ranch or The Foundry. To donate to Eagle Ranch you may give online at eagleranch.org or mail to Eagle Ranch P.O. Box 7200, Chestnut Mountain, GA 30502. To donate to The Foundry you may give online at foundryministries.com or mail to P.O. Box 824 Bessemer, AL 35021.


  • Funeral Service

    jeudi, 19 novembre , 2020


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Johnny Keyton

décembre 7, 2020

A great friend indeed. We grew close during our VA residency. Fond memories of doing bible study together at my apartment . Billy was the one who got “ Elvis “started back in dental school.

Laura Barefield

novembre 19, 2020

To the family, we are so sorry for your loss. May God keep you in his arms and give you strength during this difficult time.
The Barefield’s

Jerry & Mary Ann Flores & Family

novembre 17, 2020

The Staub Family,
We want to express our most sincere & loving condulences. Our son Paul is married to William & Dyan's daughter Abbey. We had the pleasure of meeting the Staub family for their wedding after traveling from California. Last year we shared the joy of our grandson Paul's birth & baptism. We celebrated together & got to know eachother at the Staub's home. We will always cherish those memories.
We will continue to pray for the Staub family & William's soul.
Love, Jerry & Mary Ann Flores & Family

Daniel Staub

novembre 17, 2020

Uncle Billy took the time to help me learn guitar. I still play the Creedence songs he taught me. He also humbled me, repeatedly, at driveway basketball HORSE with his patented “backboard swish.” We made some great memories grilling out and shooting hoops.