Ronnie W. Stanley
July 19, 1955 – July 23, 2018
Ronnie William Hugh Stanley
LEXINGTON- Ronnie William Hugh Stanley, age 63, of Lexington, SC is no longer suffering. As of Monday, July 23, 2018 Ronnie put up a strong fight but unfortunately lost his battle with Pancreatic Cancer. Born July 19th, 1955 in Clinton, SC at Hayes hospital to parent’s Leroy and Chrystabelle Custid Stanley. While Ronnie was a divorced man, he played both parenting roles and was an amazing father to his only child, daughter Kathrine Mullenax (Stanley). Ronnie graduated from Lower Richland high school in 1974 receiving his high school diploma. Although he was a jack of many trades, he put his heart in soul in to his career with American Amusement until unfortunate events caused the company to close. Due to an unexpected back injury Ronnie did become disabled and unable to work. Not one bad word could be said about this man with such a kind heart and giving spirit. He would do anything in his power to help someone out. Known by his neighborhood for his kind and helpful gestures and friendly personality, that community will not be the same without him. Due to a bond that could not be broken, his family dog Princess “lil girl” was laid to rest Tuesday, July 24, 2018. Knowing that Ronnie is finally at peace with his partner in crime back by his side is truly heartwarming. Out of respect for Ronnie Stanley, below is a donation link to help with more research for treatment or a cure for pancreatic cancer. https://www.npcf.us/donate-volunteer/ways-to-donate/donate
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August 1, 2018
You were a good man with a very caring heart and soul and anyone that had the honor of knowing you was very lucky. I appreciate everything you ever did for me. I love you and you will truly be missed.
July 28, 2018
Met Ronnie in 2008 he became a good friend. I am keeping his daughter in my prayers. I know this is not easy losing your dad. Just know he is in a better place with his 4 legged friends lil girl and buddy. The laughs we shared as neighbors and friends. See you when that time comes my friend.