Stanley “Stan” Walker Harrison

 

Stanley “Stan” Walker Harrison
Stanley “Stan” Walker Harrison

Stanley “Stan” Walker Harrison, 75, of Amarillo, TX passed away peacefully on November 9, 2021.

Memorial service will be at 11:00 a.m., Friday, November 19, 2021, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, with Dr. Howard K. Batson officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Stanley was born in Wellington, TX on January 9, 1946, to John Earl and Geneva Walker Harrison. He graduated from Wellington High School.

Stanley began his banking career at Amarillo National Bank in 1964 where he met his wife, Annette, in 1965. They were married on November 26, 1968. In 1982, he moved to the First National Bank, and retired from Wells Fargo Bank in 2001.

Stanley had numerous hobbies. He loved restoring antique automobiles, woodworking and his latest project, making unique pipe lamps.

Stanley was a longtime member of the First Baptist Church of Amarillo, a Charter and Lifetime Member of the Amarillo Chapter of AMBUCS, member of the American Institute of Banking, and various other banking associations.

Stanley was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Gene; and sisters, Earlene and Nina.

Survivors include his wife, Annette, of the home; daughter, Stephanie and husband Jon Williams of Canyon; son, Jason and wife Natalie of Amarillo; a granddaughter, Lily Grace Williams of Canyon; and many special nieces and nephews.

The family requests memorials be to P.E.T.S Clinic of Amarillo or a favorite charity.

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19 Replies to “Stanley “Stan” Walker Harrison”

  1. Annette & family,
    I just learned of Stan’s passing!
    Cannot believe that’s happened and I’m not there! My condolences go out to you, Stephanie, & Jason 🙏. You are all in my thoughts & prayers.
    Have moved to Annapolis, MD. Where Derek & Kim live. Will keep in touch!

  2. “A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter; he who finds one finds a treasure.”

    We will miss you, Stan.
    Donna & Bernie Ehrler

  3. I never heard an unkind word about my close friend Stan Harrison. If you remember the show “the odd couple” that was our friendship. He picked on me, I picked on him. One evening we were talking on the phone ready to hang up from a friendly visit. I announced to Stan “Stan my man, I love you” there was nothing but silence on the other end.
    I knew then I used the L word improperly, my next comment was I love you like a brother A@#&^*%. Then we both laughed, and quickly hung up the phone. I WILL MISS YOU BROTHER.

  4. Such a wonderful person, always smiling even in difficult situations. A true gentleman who will be missed, sincere condolences to the entire family.

  5. Stan was one of a kind, the best kind! My days with him at First National Bank were wonderful and are treasured. The enduring friendship we formed was such a blessing and his loyalty unending. I will miss you, dear one.
    He loved his family and valued friendships.
    Pat and I send our sincere sympathies, and may Annette, Stephanie, Jason and precious Lily be comforted by their loving memories and Stan’s love live forever in their hearts.
    Love, prayers and blessings.

  6. Stan, thank you for the laughter, for donations of unique lamps, but most of all, for your friendship. You will be missed by many.

  7. Stan you were one of a kind buddy. From our times in Jr High when you had gotten a chemical set and we first started trying to blow stuff up…. to our hilarious years in high school…. to the recent times when we visited on the phone, emailed one another and talked about our hot rods and what we were gonna do with them next….you were always an influence for the eternal good in life. I’m gonna miss you my friend and as our good mutual friend Kent said, I already do. Your family is certainly in our prayers and I am asking God to bless all of them and all who knew you. Rest in Peace brother.

  8. Stan was a long-time dear friend who was always ready to share a story or to listen with an understanding ear. We had the pleasure of meeting every few weeks for years with him and his son, Jason, for “boys’ lunch” at various local Amarillo bistros along with friends Rick Thamer, Dean Frigo and me to offer our opinions on how to solve the world’s problems. Stan’s presence and friendship will be missed deeply for all of us who knew him. He will continue to be remembered in our hearts.

  9. I worked with Stan at FNB and rembember he was a kind man, full of grace. He made a difference in my life in the brief time that I knew him and know he will be missed. My condolences to his family!

  10. I will ever remember your little laugh, light heartedness and the way you cared for those around you. I still love my uncle.
    My deepest condolences Annette, Steph and Jason.

  11. I worked with with Stan at FNB. He always gave me good advice regarding personnel matters. He will be sorely missed. May God Bless and Comfort his family.

    Billy & Charlie Cannon

  12. Stan may you Rest in Peace, My good friend, I already miss you. .Thanks for all the good times we have had together. It was a pure pleasure to have known you .

  13. Stan was a good man and friend. I enjoyed my years working with him at FNB. You will be missed and my thoughts and prayers are with his family. RIP Stan ♥️🙏🏼

  14. Stan was an outstanding man, he loved his family and was loved and admired by many!
    Paula and I have known him for years and will miss him dearly as will his family and friends.
    Rest In Peace Stan and thank you for making a difference for so many!
    🙏🏻
    GARYMOLBERG

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