In Memory

Stanley Duvall

Stanley Duvall

Obituary for Stanley Stuart Duvall

Stanley Stuart Duvall, age 77, died January 3, 2020 at his residence.

Stanley was an Electrician/Foreman for 35 years for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. He was also an usher at First Baptist Church of Waldorf and was an avid wood worker. He loved working in his yard and spending time with his grandchildren. He was a Redskins fan.

He was the son of Lester Francis Duvall, Sr. and Frances Agnes Duvall (Thorne). In addition to his parents, he was also predeceased by his wife, Kathleen Marie Duvall (Cramer); his son, Gregory Stephen Moore; his brother, Lester Francis Duvall, Jr.; and his sisters, Frances Eleanor Butler and Gladys Duvall.

He is survived by his sons, Scott Michael Moore and Timothy Russell Duvall; his grandchildren, Jessica Tenamore (Moore), Ian Moore, Sean Moore, Justin Valentine, Erica Duvall, Taylor Moore, Ryan Duvall, and Brenton Hargett; and his great grandchildren, Mason Tenamore, Maxam Tenamore, Maddox Tenamore, Emmalynn Tenamore, Zane Moore, and Abel Duvall.

Visitation on Friday, January 10, 2020 from 5-8PM with the Funeral Service on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at 10:30AM at First Baptist Church of Waldorf, 10045 Bunker Hill Road, Waldorf, Maryland 20603. Interment to follow at 11:30AM at Trinity Memorial Gardens, 3221 Mattawoman-Beantown Road, Waldorf, Maryland 20601.

Memorial contributions in Stanley's name are asked to First Baptist Church of Waldorf.

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01/07/20 10:57 AM #2    

Victor Agresti

It breaks my heart that Stanley is gone.  He was a great friend during our high school years.  He was one of the most popular guys in our class -- everyone liked him.  I remember riding my bike to his house multiple times; to hang out.  To know that both he and his terrific brother Lester are no longer with us is just awful...

01/07/20 10:59 AM #3    

Diane Shimp (Spencer)

With a heavy heart I send sympathy and prayers to the family and friends of Stanley Duvall. 

01/07/20 12:22 PM #4    

Frederick Whitman

I am sorry to hear of Stanley's passing.  My condolances to his family.   

01/07/20 01:36 PM #5    

Wayne Earp

My heart goes out to Stans Family and friends he will be missed . Stanley was my best friend for many years , we did so much together and had so much fun , be it bad or good . I miss our talks already . God bless .

01/07/20 01:55 PM #6    

Catherine Clay

Iam really sad to hear about Stanley please give my condolences to the family

01/07/20 02:43 PM #7    

Diane Halleck (Adams)

It breaks my heart to hear of Stanley's passing.  My thoughts and prayers are with his beautiful family.  He loved them so much.

01/08/20 07:54 AM #8    

C. Dianne Briggs (Martin)

So very saddened to hear about Stanley's passing.  He was such a joyful presence in our class, seeing good in everyone!  And what a great dancer!  He will be sorely missed by all of us and his dear family.   Dianne (Briggs) Martin.

01/08/20 09:17 PM #9    

Antonio Magnotto

I am truly saddened and shocked at the news of Stanley's passing.  We had spent time together the last five years or so having lunch together and reminiscing about the fun and foolish days of our youth.  With every meal, our stories got wilder.  We were best men at each other's wedding, an honor that I am so glad to say was bestowed on me.  My heartfelt condolences to his family and wide circle of friends.  We will all miss him.  Peace to you, Duvy.  Tony

01/14/20 08:14 AM #10    

Robert Stone

Oh My, I'm so sad of Stanleys passing. He was a great friend, especialy growing up in Friendly Md. Doing crazy things with John Mills, Roger Calhoun, Betty Jo Thorne, Mary Ann Peers, Just to name a few. We all used to go down to the local swimming hole on Stanleys tractor, clean water in those days. Stanley and I talked about loosing our wives. My heart is broken. He was a lifetime friend. God bless his family, he will be missed.

01/15/20 11:35 PM #11    

David (Dan) Dickerson

Sorry, to hear about Stanley.  We worked together at the ABC-Drive-IN. I can still picture Stanley sliding his old Chevy pickup around the rows because he was late for work. 


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