Stanley Coombes, Jr. – 5/2/2022

May 9th, 2022

In Loving Memory of Stanley Coombes Jr.

12/26/1947 – 05/02/2022


Stanley died peacefully at home on May 2, 2022. He was born on December 26, 1947, to Eleanor and Stanley Coombes Sr. He was raised in Twin Oaks, Pennsylvania, along with his older sister Eleanor (Nora) and he graduated from Chichester High School. He was a truck driver for forty or more years. He also worked as a custodian for Boothwyn Laundromat. He was an honored member of The Bridge Church family, working as their custodian for many years; they were like a second family to him.

 He is survived by:

Gracie (His beloved Fur Baby)

Michelle Montgomery (Eldest daughter)

Tim Montgomery (Son-in-law)

T.J. Rhoads (Grandson)

Amanda Hunter (Granddaughter)

Alexander Ward (Great Grandson)

Shawn Hunter Jr. (Great Grandson).

Evelyn Coombes (Youngest Daughter)

Anthony Arcomone (Grandson)

Emily Moore (Granddaughter)

Louise Curl (Aunt)

8 Cousins

Betty Cox (Niece)

Arnold Yurchack (Nephew)

He is predeceased by:

Delores Coombes (Wife)

Eleanor Coombes (Mother)

Stanley Coombes Sr. (Father)

Eleanor (Nora) Coombes (Eldest Sister)

Service will be held at:

The Bridge Church

1345 Market Street

Linwood, PA 19061

On Saturday, May 14, 2022, at 11 am.

There will be a luncheon immediately after the service which will also be held at The Bridge Church.


If at all possible, please donate at the gofundme for his funeral expenses


4 thoughts on “Stanley Coombes, Jr. – 5/2/2022

  • By Douglas C Martin on

    Stan, May you Rest In Peace. You and Dee were a pleasure to know. You never said no when I needed your help at the laundromat. I will miss our phone chats and texts. Your friend and co worker, Janet.

  • By Frank Kelly senior on

    Stan was my very best friend it is so hard no it’s not he He Gone now you will be dearly missed buddy.

  • By John B Remaley Jr on

    Stan the Man will be missed by all left behind but know that he is now in the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ he loved in all His glory.
    His memory will be a blessing.
    I’ll miss his smile and hard work at the Bridge Church.

  • By Lynda McNeely on

    Stan was a great friend and co worker. It was truly a blessing to work with him. He loved the Lord and wanted to be with his Lord and his wife. He missed her very much. I was very blessed to get to know Stan and he will be truly missed.

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