Stanley Lewis Shirey

February 9, 1956January 26, 2021

BLYTHEWOOD – Stanley Lewis Shirey, 64, died Tuesday, January 26, 2021. Born in Toledo, Ohio, he was a son of the late Robert Shirey and Patricia Godwin Shirey. He worked in home improvement for 23 years. Stanley loved his dogs and enjoyed boating and gathering with friends.

Surviving are his wife, Marsha Shirey of Blythewood, SC; brother, Robert Shirey of Ohio; sister, Cheryl Shirey of Ohio; three nephews; and four nieces.

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by Jackie Workman.

Services will be private at a later date. Dunbar Funeral Home, Northeast Chapel, is assisting the family. Memories may be shared at


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Stanley Lewis Shirey

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Brian Ullom

January 29, 2021

Stan the man, taught me a lot about construction and was at many of my life’s milestones; Bachelor party, wedding, beach trips, holidays, birthdays, moving down south hanging out at the pool...etc. I still remember walking through the woods in NC around Christmas time drinking chocolate milk (Aka White Russians). My twin girls still talk about uncle Stan. So sad to see him gone. We are here if you need anything Marsha. Attached is a photo of Stan and I around Christmas in the Dominique family basement. More than a couple years ago.

Morgan Blagg

January 29, 2021

Stan and Marsha- two of my favorite customers from my D’s days. What a fun couple! Stan always told the best stories. Marsha, he absolutely adored you. I am so sorry for your loss. 😢

Mable Youster

January 28, 2021 sorry to hear this. I have awesome memories of all of us back in the Franks Inn days. My thoughts and prayers are with you😪 Hugs❤😘 Maybelline...

cherie rehkopf

January 28, 2021

Marsha and family. I can’t imagine your heart ache and hope you are comforted by the memories and his everlasting spirit.

Victoria Ellis

January 28, 2021

Dear Marsha & family, You have our deepest condolences at this difficult time. May memories of your husband brings you comfort. Sincere sympathy & take care, Victoria & George Ellis

kim biddle

January 28, 2021

I heard the news today and just want to share in my deepest sorrow with you Marsha and the rest of your family. In utter shock as I was just texting him the end of 2020. He was such a hoot in school and always very kind to me.
I have attached a photo I found a while back from 4th grade at Wayne Trail in Mrs. Elliott's class. Pictured here is Mike Stegman, Richie Kessler and Stan. They were doing an early version of karaoke to the Beatles!!! (Yes, minus one Beatle). I have many other fond memories of him.
I am so sorry. Please know you are in my prayers. And, I will toast him tonite with a margarita!! RIP buddy. See you on the other side.
Kim Huffman Biddle

Annette Cummings

January 28, 2021

Stan will be forever remembered as one of our most avid Cleveland Browns fans!
We found him to be friendly and appreciated Stan's "live and let be" approach to life. May he rest in peace and our sympathy to Marsha and all his loved ones.

Annette Merritt Cummings, President, The Midlands Dawg Pound, Columbia, SC