Breitenbach-Anderson Funeral Home

517 South Sutphin Street, Middletown, OH


Garry Wayne Stokley II

June 16, 1986August 6, 2020
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Garry Wayne Stokley II, 34 of Germantown, passed away on August 6, 2020. He was born June 16, 1986 in Middletown, Ohio, the son of Garry and Sharon (Allen) Stokley.

He was a loving father, son and brother. One of the things he loved most was spending time outdoors with his daughters. He also enjoyed many years of bull riding and was an avid outdoorsman.

Garry was a member of Community Harvest Church.

He worked in the Maintenance Department at Atrium Hospital.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Jeff Allen, Tinsley and Reniva Stokley and Clyde Whisman.

Garry is survived by his parents; grandmother, Thelma Allen; two daughters, Macy and Carley Stokley; three sisters, Sabrina (Brian) Turner, Valerie (Travis) Sullivan and Amanda (Ron) Koelblin.

Visitation will be 6-8 pm, Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at Breitenbach Anderson Funeral Home, 517 South Sutphin St., Middletown, OH. Funeral Services will be 11 am on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 with Pastor Duane Harney officiating. Burial will be at Woodside Cemetery.

Please visit breitenbach-anderson.com to leave online condolences for the family.


  • Vistation

    Tuesday, August 11, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, August 12, 2020


Garry Wayne Stokley II

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Linda Goodpaster

August 22, 2020

I am so very sorry to hear of Garry’s passing. I prepared his taxes for several years. My deepest condolences to all of his loved ones. Prayers for everyone 🙏

Emily Brown

August 17, 2020

I met Garry at Atrium. He was always silly and playing tricks on us in the observation unit. He would sneak up behind me while I was at my computer and scare me. I always kept a stool under my desk so he could come sit down and chat. I enjoyed his company and talking about his girls since I have a daughter the same age. I think of him often, especially at work, he painted our office and gave us a beautiful accent wall. He got us coat racks to hang up our white coats and hung our very own hand sanitizer and lotion dispensers. He was really good at his job and took care of us all. He is missed by so many and Atrium will never be the same.

Myra Wright

August 16, 2020

Garry loved to hunt! I hated the idea of killing innocent animals, especially deer. Well one day be brought me steak to work! I ATE IT ALL!! Lol I Told him it was the beat steak I’ve had in all my life. Once I licked the plate clean he started to laugh.... I asked what was so funny?? He laughed really hard and said “that was deer”

Bubba and Donna White

August 14, 2020

I met Garry while working at Atrium for Wenco. He used to always come up behind me and pull my hat strap. I was ready to whip his butt, but I sure wish he was here to do it again. Great man. He was very smart, knew his job and a lot of other people’s jobs. We love and miss him.

Britni Bernard

August 13, 2020

I first met Garry when he started working at Atrium Medical Center. I had some raccoons in my trash cans & one of the other guys told me to talk to him about it. We instantly became good friends & always loved to play jokes on each other! His name in my phone is Garry Raccoon & he said mine was Coon lady haha! Garry took me under his wing & was always a good listening ear & so was I for him. We talked everyday inside & outside of work. I sure do miss him a lot. The picture attached is one he sent me saying he was a real gangster LOL.

Debbie Walters

August 13, 2020

My Granddaughter is going to miss Garry coming to the pool with his girls . Carly is her friend from school and she had been so excited seeing her . She was just telling how Carlys Dad challenged them to a belly flop contest and she won 2 times ! She had so much fun with them that day .

Mickey Lawson

August 12, 2020

Sharon and Gary and family Emmit and I are so sorry for the loss of your son Garry . You are in out thoughts and prayers.

Emmit and Mickey Lawson

Irene, Joe and Lydia Bush

August 11, 2020

Dear Garry,Sharon and family, Our hearts are breaking for you. We are so sorry. We will be praying for strength and peace for all of the family.

Anna Rosato

August 11, 2020

I’ll never forget you bowling with your boots on and a broken thumb. Wish I got to know you better. Rest easy my friend.

Chad Gilbert

August 11, 2020

Garry worked for me a few years ago when one of my employees went down during a busy time. He fit in immediately and was liked by all who worked with him for his kind and easy way and willingness to tackle any task. He loved talking about hunting and trapping and even introduced us to beaver burgers. I swore he was joking until he brought them for lunch one day. It was always a pleasure to run into him and talk. I will truly miss him.


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