Sterling-Ashton-Schwab-Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville, Inc.
1630 Edmondson Ave, Catonsville, MD
Stanley A. Griffin
January 14, 1933 – May 4, 2020
Stanley Allen Griffin passed away on May 4, 2020 at the age of 87. Beloved husband of the late Judith A. Griffin (D. 2012); Loving father of Pamela Scott and her husband William, Janice Holsonbake and her husband Brian, and Megan Sparenberg and her husband Brian; Cherished grandfather of Katie and Patrick Holsonbake, Julia and Logan Sparenberg, and the late Justin Scott. Dear brother of Jack, and Charlie Griffin and the late Bill Griffin.
Stanley was a graduate of Polytechnic Institute of Baltimore, MD. He worked as a draftsman for Kopflex Inc. for 39 years. Stanley was a regular attendee of Salem United Methodist Church. He had many hobbies including photography, reading, painting, woodworking, train modeling, Baltimore sports and was an avid listener of classical music.
A Celebration of Life service will be celebrated at a later date. A private interment ceremony will be held at Loudon Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Foundation and Alumni Association, https://www.bpi.edu/index.jsp.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Stanley A. Griffin
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May 6, 2020
There are a slew of memories that I have of my brother Stan. He and I were the closest in age among our siblings. One memory which just popped into my head and probably the least of importance.... he had a bike which he painted red with black fenders. He named it scarlet tanager. ( a red and black bird. )
Stan was a bright, kind, quiet person. He was that way through his whole life.
In school, I was behind him by a few years . I had many of the same teachers. They remembered him fondly. I had a tough time living up to his standards. In high school, he went to the engineering school, Poly. I took the same prep courses as he did. But, because of silently being judged by his performances, I decided to go to City College instead.
I love Stan, so much, and will find it very hard to be without him. Jack Griffin,