Robert P. "Red Dog" Stanley, Sr., age 81 of Marine, IL, died Monday, June 10, 2019, at Saint Joseph's Hospital in Highland, IL.
He was born July 23, 1937, in Marine, IL, the son of James R. and Martha R. (nee Long) Stanley.
On May 04, 1957, he married Agnes C. Hencke at Marine, IL.
He was a member of Marine Volunteer Fire Dept..
Red had lived in Marine most of his life. He retired in 2000 from Madison County Service Company after 12 years of service. He previously worked for Bowler Trucking Service and Illinois State Highway Department.Following the graveside service the family will receive friends for a lunch at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church Social Hall in Marine, IL.
Survivors include :
Wife - Agnes C. Stanley nee Hencke, Marine, IL
Daughter - Robin A. (James "Butch) Quade, Edwardsville, IL
Son - Robert P. (Kathy) Stanley, Jr., Marine, IL
Son - Raymond J. (Janet) Stanley, Marine, IL
Daughter - Roslyn "Rosie" D. Jennings (Friend Mike Landmann), Pocahontas, IL
Daughter - Rena O. Hoffstot, Millersburg, IL
Son - Roger M. Stanley, Marine, IL
Son - Russell T. Stanley, Highland, IL
Grandchildren - Many .
Great Grandchildren - Many .
Sister - Rosemarie Sabatini, St. Louis, MO
Brother - Junior "Bud" (Lydia) Stanley, Torrence, CA
Sister - Anita (Carl) Hoenig, Troy, IL
Sister - Iona Diesen, Highland, IL
Sister-In-law - Paula Stanley, Colorado Springs, CO
He was preceded in death by :
Father - James R. Stanley, Marine, IL
Mother - Martha R. Stanley nee Long
Daughter - Rhonda Stanley (infant)
Brother - Ronnie Stanley
Sister & Brother-in-law - Loretta (Raymond) Mead
Brother & Sister-In-law - Donald (Wanda) Stanley
Brother - Rodney Stanley
Son-in-law - William L. Hoffstot
Daughter-In-law - Sandy R. Stanley
Brother In-law - Joseph Sabaitni
Brother In-law - Donald Diesen
Arrangements are being handled by Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland, IL.
Graveside funeral services and interment will be at 11 am Friday, June 14, 2019, at Saint Elizabeth Catholic Cemetery in Marine, IL with Father Paul Habing officiating. The family welcome friends to the Saint Elizabeth Church for lunch following the services.
Memorial contributions may be made to To the Family.