Stanley Webster Creel was born on February 19, 1944 in Enid, Oklahoma. He was the son of Leroy Creel and Ruby Duncan. The first of five children, Stan was raised around the world as the child of a soldier. He graduated from high school in San Antonio, Texas. He owned his own business for a while in San Antonio before moving to Oklahoma where he met and married
Sherry Duvall, the mother of his three children and eventually settling in Stilwell, Oklahoma.
Stan held several jobs in the food service industry including Reasor’s and Tyson Foods. He was proud to have worked for Tyson Foods for over 10 years and retired from there. He married wife Patricia Creel in 1997 and welcomed her three children into his family as his own. Stan liked Atlanta Braves Baseball, fishing and watching birds. He enjoyed Sudoku, crossword puzzles, western books and western movies. Stan loved spending time with family and spoiling his wife.
Stan grieved the loss of three of his four siblings in the past 3 years. He was a member of Victory Southern Baptist Church.
Stan went home to walk with our Lord on July 2, 2018. Stan was preceded in death by his father Leroy Creel, his mother Ruby Duncan, his brothers Jim and Eddie Creel and his sister Sharon Roberson.
He is survived by his wife Patricia Creel, of the home; Step Mother Waneta Creel of Guthrie, Oklahoma; brother Daniel Creel and his wife Rhonda of Edmond, Oklahoma; his children Michael Creel of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, Mark Creel and his wife Karen of Surprise, Arizona, and Melissa Bracken of Stilwell, Oklahoma; his step children Robert Scraper and partner Danielle of Miami, Oklahoma, Sam Scraper of Neosho, Missouri, and Nathaniel Scraper and wife Connie of Neosho, Missouri; his bonus daughters Jennifer Scraper of Neosho, Missouri and Heather Creel of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; his sister in laws Anna and Shirley Creel both of Enid, Oklahoma; 18 grandchildren, Logan, Conner, Zoe, Chloe, Atticus, James, Ethan, Sarah, Zachary, Robert Jr, Tanis, Katira, Makayla, Jocelyn, Lexi, Isaiah, Isabella and Seara; Great Grandchildren, Raelynn, Robert III, Aiden, Andrew, Kias and TJ; plus many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, friends and extended family.
Dear Pat and Family, We are so sad that Stan has left his family here because we know you will miss him very much! He was a kind, gentleman. We will be praying for all of you that our Heavenly Father will comfort you all as only He can do. He is with family beyond the blue waiting for you. God bless you all, Connie Sorrell (Waneta's niece) and family.
Connie SorrellEDMOND, OK
Stan was a great neighbor to my Mom, Alta DeJarnatt. She always liked visiting with him and Pat. So sorry for you loss.
Donna JohnsonStilwell, OK
Stan, I know you are walking with pride, doing the things you haven't been able to do in awhile. I know you're smiling and watching over mom. You will be missed so very much. We love you!
Mom, you are the strongest person I know. I'm so sorry that you lost the love of your life. But you will never be alone. Stan is watching over you and I know in my heart you will see him again. Stay strong and keep your head up. I love you!!
Jennifer M ScraperNeosho, MO
Dear Pat and family,
So sorry and deeply saddened to hear about the passing of my cousin Stan. He is rejoicing once again with his brothers and sister. He will be greatly missed. Love and prayers, Ruth.
Ruth (Creel) BooneOklahoma City, OK