Stanley, Mr. Everett Burton (Bud)
Date of birth: 03/15/2003 - Date of death: 12/24/2003
Everett Burton “Bud” Stanley age 75, of 518 South 6th Street, Clarksburg, WV died on Christmas
Eve, Dec. 24, 2003 at his residence from a sudden illness.
He was born in Nutter Fort, WV on March 15, 1928, a son of the late Leslie Edward Stanley and
Irene Elizabeth (Simons) Stanley.
Surviving are is wife, Dorothy (Boram) Stanley, whom he married on October 13, 1950,
three sons and daughters in law, Mark & Yvonne Stanley, Pittsburgh, PA, Bruce Eric & Melissa
Stanley, Raleigh, NC, Jeffrey Wayne & Pam Stanley, Morgantown, WV, one daughter and a son in
law, Leslie S. & David Plants, Weston, WV, one sister, Evelyn Stanley Toompas, Bridgeport, WV.
Also surviving are his grandchildren whom he adored and revered, Adam Everett Stanley and
Drew Stanley both Pittsburgh, PA, Micah Irene Plants and Carrie Annette Plants both of Weston,
WV, Alyssa Jarvis Stanley and Joseph Everett Stanley both of Raleigh, NC and Jordan Michael
Stanley and Gregory Andrew Stanley both of Morgantown, WV.
Bud graduated from Washington Irving High School in 1946 and from West Virginia University
School of Pharmacy in 1951. He practiced pharmacy for 46 years and was a former partner in
Blands Drug Store, Town & Country Drug Store and The Village Pharmacy.
During his distinguished professional career he held every office in both state and county
pharmaceutical associations. In 1979 while serving as president of the state association he was
named the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy’s Distinguished Alumnus. Bud was also
an adjunct member in the West Virginia University School of Pharmacy.
He was a devoted member of the First Presbyterian Church in Clarksburg where he served as
Elder, Trustee and member of the session. Bud also served on various committees in the Grafton
Presbytery and coached youth basketball teams.
Bud loved playing baseball and softball. He enjoyed golfing with many friends especially with his
late brother in law, Ed Toompas.
He held season tickets to the Mountaineer Football and Basketball games. Bud was a loving ,
dedicated husband, a fantastic father, a caring pharmacist and a friend without equal.
A service of Death and Resurrection to celebrate his home going will be held at 1 p.m., Monday,
December 29, 2003 at the First Presbyterian Church, Clarksburg with the
Reverend Dr. Eric Milton Faust presiding.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the general fund of the First Presbyterian Church,
175 West Main Street, Clarksburg, WV 26301 or to the American Heart Association, Harrison
County Chapter, P.O.Box 12110, Charleston, WV 25302.
Davis-Weaver service.