Stanley W. Davis

Stanley W. Davis, 59, of Turners Falls, Massachusetts passed away after a long illness on March 1, 2017.

He was born in Boston on July 19, 1957 and grew up in Norwell, Massachusetts. He also spent most of his life residing in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Stanley is the son of the late Harold and Gladys (Blakney) Davis. He was married to the late Nancy Davis for 22 years. He is survived by his wife, Elaine Eisner Davis, his son, Nicholas Davis, and stepson, Dana Campbell.

Stanley worked many years at Weber Dodge in Hingham, MA as a mechanic. He had a zest for life. His loves were his family, friends, politics, chess, Scrabble, motorcycles, and Star Trek. Stan wasn’t happy unless those around him were happy and having a good time. Stan’s needs were second to those he loved.

There will be no service, but feel free to leave your comments and share memories below. Also, in lieu of flowers, a donation to the American Lung Association would be greatly appreciated.


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  1. Mary Gibson (Kaziun) on July 30, 2018 at 8:17 pm

    I just learned of Stanley’s passing. My parents and his were very close friends (Harold was my father’s best man). As a child my brother and I spent many a day at his parent’s house in Norwell. We played as children in the woods behind the house and the “stream” next to the house. In looking at this picture, Stanley looks so much like his father Harold.

    My brother and I offer our deepest sympathy at Stanley’s passing.

  2. Eric Larsen on March 11, 2019 at 7:04 pm

    I just found this yesterday when doing some family research. I remember going to Norwell quite regularly with my parents to visit Harold, Gladys and Stanley when I was quite young. I spent many hours outside in the woods and in the marsh next to the house in Norwell. After his parents passed we just lost touch with Stanley. We have all often wondered how he was doing though.
    From all of our Larsen members family we offer our condolences.

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