OBITUARY

Stanley A. Griffin

January 14, 1933May 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.

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Jack Griffin

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,

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