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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Stanley C. Chaney

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Mr. Stanley C. Chaney age 65, of Eubank, KY gained his wings and went home to join his loved ones who have gone before him. He was born on March 17, 1956 in Stanford, KY, the son of the late Lewis and Georgia Bullock Chaney. He was also preceded in death by his brother; David Glen Chaney.

            Survivors are: his wife; Mrs. Vickie Larkin Chaney. One son; Perry Chaney of Tennessee, a daughter; Teilea (Adam) Chaney of Illinois, a stepson; Shane (Tonya) New, and a step-daughter; Jeanne (Jason) Moore of Eubank. 5 grandsons; Haiden, and Evin LaRoe, Caleb and Zachery Campos, and Jase Chaney. Three step-sons; Zack, John, and Dallas New, four step-granddaughters; Martika Martin, Keisha Pitman, Kara New, and Danielle New, three step-great grandsons; James Pitman, Grayson New, Finn New, and by one step-great granddaughter; Maci New. Two brothers; Dennis (Sheila) Chaney of London, KY and Steve (Etta) Chaney of Mt.Vernon, KY. One sister; Twila (Stewart) Luening of Illinois and a sister/cuz; Teresa (Dennis) Welles of Somerset. He is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles, and a special friend; William “Bill” Dye all who loved him very much.

Stanley retired from Kraft in Illinois and moved to Kentucky and worked at Oakwood. After Oakwood he and Vickie became foster parents and then caregivers for the handicapped. He loved gardening and canning and had lots of flowers at the cabin. He was always cooking for our reunions and funerals. His chicken and dumplings were a big hit. Stanley’s other hobby was collecting antiques. You could ask him about any antique and he would know its history. He had a saying if the antique was a remake, he would look at it and say “it’s brought on”! Stanley loved to joke around and give everyone nick names. He called his sister Twila “Trixie”, called Teresa “Taa”, called Teilea “Flossie” and little James was “Squall bag”. These are just a few many nicknames he had for everyone. He will be missed by all his family and friends. The memories he left us with will always be cherished.

A memorial service for Stanley will be held on Staturday April 24, 2021 at 12 Noon at the Wells/Bullock Cemetery in Woodstock, KY. A lunch will follow at the Woodstock Community Center at 1PM.

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Judy & Dave Mazerbo and Family

April 25, 2021 10:41 AM

RIP Stanley! You will be greatly missed by the Mazerbo Family in New York. We were truly blessed to have you in our lives.
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James, Joy Denney and Family

April 23, 2021 5:16 PM
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Stanley was a ray of sunshine in all our lives, Rest In Peace, dear we'll all miss you .

Wanda Mahr

April 23, 2021 3:51 PM
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Prayers for the family. Stanley was a good man we sure will miss him ♥️

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April 22, 2021 11:20 PM
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