Stanley Dean Blamey

Stanley Dean Blamey
Stanley Dean Blamey

Stanley Dean Blamey, 84, of Amarillo, TX, died November 25, 2020, after a brief illness. His love of 23 years, Oleta Cree, was at his side. They were sweethearts to the end.

Private family services will be held.
Stanley was preceded in death by his parents William Peter and Mary Gladys Alexander Blamey, and his brother Wilbur Harley and sister Billie Holleen (Hulin). He is survived by Oleta Cree and his baby sister Vickie Lorraine (Mahan), and numerous children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Stanley was born on January 22nd, 1936 in Clinton, OK. After graduating from Cheyenne High School, Stanley proudly served in the US Air Force from June 1954 – December 1957. After the service, he attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, OK.
A machinist by trade, he worked at Mason & Hanger Pantex Plant, Bureau of Mines Amarillo Helium Plant in Amarillo, and other companies in the Greater Houston area.
Loving father of Bill (Tracy), Leanah (Paul McCombs), Patricia (Tim Holian), and Charles (Larilyn). Grandfather of David Denton (Erica), Nada (Derek Gates), Daniel, Micah (Samuel Jones), Justin, Alexxus (Tairen Thompson), and Tyler. Great-grandfather of Hayden, Addy, Kaiser, Samuel Fox, Zadok, Zelle, Ventaya, Zaya, Belvin, Addy’Lynn, and Tayden.
Stanley was smart and quick-witted, always ready with a joke or funny story. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and was a master crossword puzzler. He was a lifelong Sooners fan, and a very proud patriot and US Air Force veteran. His family and friends will greatly miss him.
The family asks that any memorial donations go to the American Cancer Society.

4 Replies to “Stanley Dean Blamey”

  1. We had many good times together. In the mid-70’s, we carpooled, driving back and forth from Pantex. Many nights we raced anyone that would race, back to Amarillo. In case you’re wondering, we always obeyed the speed limit.

    In the late 80’s Stanley came to work at the Amarillo Helium Plant. He was an excellent machinist and fun to be around, always ready for a good joke or story or ready to pull a prank on some unsuspecting person.

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