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STANLEY PETTY

STANLEY JACK PETTY Jr.

Tuesday, September 24th, 1985 - Monday, March 30th, 2020
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Obituary

Stanley (Tiny) Petty, Jr. 34, of Fairfield, passed away Monday, March 30, 2020 near Big Spring, Texas. Memorial services will be announced at a later date.
Stanley Jack Petty, Jr. was born September 24, 1985 in Corsicana to parents Stanley Jack Petty, Sr. and Tina Louise Dunlap. He had been a resident of Fairfield since middle school and was a graduate of Fairfield High School. He married Chassey Tole on April 20, 2012 in Fairfield. Stanley was a welder and truly loved his work. He lived life to the fullest and loved his family, wife and children.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife Chassey of Fairfield; two children, Alaina Baker Petty and Stanley (Tripp) Petty, III both of Fairfield; his parents, Stanley Jack Petty, Sr. and wife Ruth of Shreveport, LA; Tina Hiler and husband Rodney of Tyler, TX; grandparents, Wade and Elizabeth Gore of Fairfield; Jackie and Helen Dunlap of Corsicana; a sister, Jacqueline Bozick and husband Lucas of Tyler, TX; a honorary brother, Zachary Kennedy of Fairfield; nieces and nephews, Cullen Clary, Sterling Clary, Sage Clary, Zoe Bozick and Reid Bozick; his in-laws, Eric and Stephanie Minze of Fairfield; Jamie Tole of Duncan, OK; sister-in-law, Tiffany and husband Clifton Clary of Gatesville, TX; as well as many, many friends.

MEMORIAL SERVICES WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.
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Renee Fulton

Posted at 10:44am
News can travel so slow, even in modern times. I just learned of your passing. Timehop reminded me that it was 9 years ago we went for sushi for the last time. And you told me about moving back home and showed me Chassey’s engagement ring! 😍 You loved BIG and nothing TINY about life around you! You were way too young to leave this earth already. There’s a huge hole here on earth without your mischievous grin and twinkle in your eye! I’ve not met a pipeliner since you with so much passion and genuine love for the trade. Cheers to our next two stepping boot scootin boogie in heaven! Wow! The flood of memories... watchin air planes. SNOWED IN HOUSTON and iced out of Odessa. Sushi and longnecks. Bulldog, oh my goodness Bulldog never leaving me alone! The trailer shack. IHOP. New Year’s Eve. Jeep crawling. Fishing. Colt Ford. You were a goofy son of a gun, that could cook like no other fool! Loving County.... and her diamond how it sparkled like a thousand tiny diamonds in the lights of loving County. I hope you’re always looking up at those tall pine trees in that east Texas sky, you west Texas misfit! ‘She said ramblin boy why don’t you settle down...” I truly thought you were one of kind Tiny. We had A LOTTA LOTTA LOTTA good times! Rest In Peace, Tiny! ❤️😇
SG

Shane Gold

Posted at 09:14pm
I ha e never met a guy with a bigger spirit. I still remember the day we met when he came to Laredo and tested for me. Always had a smile on and never short on words. I pray for his wife and kids during this difficult time.
T

Tammy Mosley Capps

Posted at 04:37pm
My sincere condolences to all the family. I still remember him as little Stan because he looked like his dad and joked around like him. Prayers for peace and strength at this time.

Bubba Jones

Posted at 04:00pm
I never met him but he took my son Brett under his wing and gave him an opportunity in Pipelining and for that I am grateful. My sincere condolences to the family. I am definitely praying for healing for his wife and kids.
SD

Shelly Chapman Dickinson

Posted at 02:46pm
I can remember when you were born and I have a picture of you when you were little. Your mom and Dee Dee and myself are good friends and I know your whole family is hurting right now and our prayers are with all of you. Until we meet again
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