April 13, 1950 ~ January 15, 2021

Born in: Indianapolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Mr. George Stanley Oakley better known as “Stan”, was born to George P. Oakley and Dorothy Oakley on April 13, 1950 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He accepted Christ as his savior at an early age.

Stan received his education through the Indianapolis Public School system. He graduated from Arsenal Technical High School in 1968. Upon completion of high school he joined the United States Marine Corps. After faithfully serving this country he would go on to work at Jenn – Air, where he would later retire.

Stan was a devoted father, grandfather, brother and friend. He loved spending quality time with his daughter and grandchildren.

Stan departed this life on Friday, January 15, 2021, at the age of 70 years old. He was proceeded in death by both parents; George and Dorothy Oakley and three sisters Eva, Margree and Beatrice Oakley.

Stan leaves to cherish behind two daughters, Nekole Oakley and Tameka Bridges; two granddaughters, Daliyah Riding and Aija Howard; two grandsons, Amazen Stevenson and Garry Howard; a life long friend Beverly Moore; and sisters, Georgetta, Dorothea, Mary, Charlene Oakley, Valerie Garner (Richard); brothers, Gregory, Jerome, John, Charles P., Charles E. Oakley and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends.

Services

Visitation: January 30, 2021 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Grace Missionary Baptist Church
1501 N. College Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46202


Funeral Service: January 30, 2021 12:00 pm

Grace Missionary Baptist Church
1501 N. College Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46202


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  1. I am sorry for your loss. I have always know George Oakley to be a good man and know that this is a great loss to everyone that knows him. My heart and prayers go out to your family.

  2. Dear brother I will truly miss you but never forget my big brother. You always protected me as a big brother should and that I will never forget. I’m truly sorry that we didn’t get to share more as a family and not getting to know your children and grandchildren like we should have. To my nieces and great niece and great nephew I’m here for you regardless of the separation of time. I’m so sorry for your loss as well as mine. My brother thought the world of his daughter and grandchildren he constantly spoke of you in every conversation I had with him. I love my big brother and I truly hope that I can gain a better relationship with his children and grandchildren. I’m proud to be Stan’s baby sister. RIH Brother 🙏🏿❤️❤️❤️❤️

  3. Cousin George Stanley, I was saddened when I heard of your passing. Although I did not get the opportunity to meet you face to face, we did have many good conversations on the Gage Family Connection via FB. I will always cherish those moments, as well as our chats. We had begun sharing family pictures as a way of getting acquainted. I will miss those times. I didn’t get to meet you face to face but hearing the stories that your sister, Dorothea shared with me, I know you are a good man and you were loved. You’re home now, all is at rest, and one day I will see you. To my Oakley family, my heart goes out to you. Please know you are in our prayers and may God grant you his comfort and peace during these times. Earth has no sorrow, that Heaven cannot heal. Love, Cousin Brenda

  4. To Valrie, Dennis, Dorothy and the entire Oakley Family, please accept my condolences for the Home Going of Stan. I am truly saddened at hearing that he passed… He will be missed. Growing up as neighbors; we were one big-happy family. Stan was like a big brother to me. My heart truly aches right now…. His laugh was large and he laughed with his shoulders going up-and-down and he would bend over from joy! He was a lot of fun. I am happy to know that Heaven has welcomed an angel and he’s smiling on us now. Val, I am praying much for you… I did not have a opportunity to meet Stan’s daughter and grandchildren, but I am positive they are true sweethearts, because Stan was a very kind man.

    Peace be unto you Family.🎚🙏🏿🌹

    Love, your Friend for Life. ❤️

  5. Beloved Brother Stan,
    You came into this world too soon, too soon, too soon. When you came to us, you and I were barely a year apart. Yet somehow we welcomed you into our family, taking your place as the first male son to our parents. As the years when by, you grew and grew and grew, much taller than I. Eventually it became obvious that God sent us a very special “big brother”.
    Now sadly we say, just as you came you also went . . . too soon, too soon, too soon. Although you are gone from our presence you continue to be in our hearts and memories. We will never forget your smile, your grin, your laugher, your deep yet gentle way of speaking and your kind heart.
    It was my joy to hear you speak of your children and grandchildren. It obvious they were dear and special to you. In those moments, as in others, I realized what a masterpiece of a man you were becoming. Now that you are home with God the masterpiece will be complete. Love and honor I give to my brother Stan.

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