Stanley Patrick Todd, Jr., the eldest son of the late Stanley P. Todd and Arlecia P. Todd was born in Brooklyn, NY on April 26, 1950. He departed this earthly life on March 16, 2023 at 72 years of age. Growing up in Brooklyn, Stanley, lovingly referred to as Stan, graduated from Eli Whitney High School and shortly thereafter found employment with New York City Transit. He took great pride in his career as Power Maintainer “C”; often being sought after for his detailed work and meticulous nature.
In his spare time, he found much enjoyment in bowling, music, and long car rides. Stan could often be found at home making cassettes
for loved ones of music he knew they’d enjoy, or for himself to listen to as he traversed the east coast in his prized Oldsmobile Cutlass visiting family and friends.
Shortly after retirement in 2000, Stan relocated from New York to Florida. It was during this time that his love for bowling was reignited, and Stanley joined the Monday Night Men’s League of Boll Weevil Lanes in Alabama. Stanley’s passion for the sport could be felt every time bowling was mentioned in a conversation. Surprisingly, he also fell in love with playing basketball on his Dreamcast and PlayStation - go figure! His excitement for these will be treasured memories.
Stanley is preceded in death by his parents Stanley P. Todd and Arlecia P. Todd, and youngest brother, Julius B. Todd.
To cherish his memory, Stanley leaves his son, Brian A. Todd, sisters, Stephanie P. Todd- Chambers and Wende’ Adams-Ntambwe, brother-in-law, The Reverend James S. Chambers, nephew, Sergeant Major James Thomas Adams, Jr., aunt, Easter Gooden, uncle, John Pettaway, and a great host of cousins, family, and many, many friends.
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