Stanley Lee Akers, 66, of Richmond passed away Wednesday, August 2, 2017.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 pm Friday, August 18 at Affinity Funeral Service, 2720 Enterprise Pkwy, Richmond, VA 23294.
A graveside service will be held at 12:30 pm Saturday, August 19 at Hollywood Cemetery.
Affinity Funeral Service
Friday August 18th, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm
2720 Enterprise Pkwy
Richmond, VA 23294
Saturday August 19th, 2017
412 South Cherry Street
Richmond, VA 23220
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I knew Stan only a few years and just had the pleasure of brief conversations with him, but I could tell that he was a genuinely nice guy and, after reading the other messages about him, I see I wasn't wrong. You are missed, Stan, and I thank you, Sir, for your service!
Submitted by Kathie Szewczyk on Aug 17 2017 11:06:33 AM
I knew Stanley as "Fuzzy". He was a great guy with a unique sense of humor, and could always make me laugh. We worked together at James River Paper Co, he was probably there for over 25 yrs. He loved elvis, and was proud of being a combat veteran in Viet Nam. I am so sorry to hear of his death.
Submitted by Jeff Duncan on Aug 14 2017 08:35:49 PM
We at Guardian Place will miss you dearly your kindness and your smile
Submitted by Denise E Brooks on Aug 14 2017 10:45:47 AM
Stan was a true friend,an honest guy and had quite a sense of humor. He would give you his last dollar and never expected anything in return. Rest easy my friend!
Submitted by Gary on Aug 13 2017 10:32:21 PM
RIP Stan, a true friend who has kept me in stitches continuously laughing at stuff only he could come up with. What a sense of humor. Gonna be missed big time. I salute you Stan, proud patriot, and thanks for being my friend. -Mason Stevens
Submitted by Mason Stevens on Aug 12 2017 09:31:16 AM
Gonna miss you bro. Thanks again for being a friend.
Submitted by Paul on Aug 10 2017 08:55:52 PM
Stan was an extremely kind and gentle man. He was a dear friend and will be missed terribly. He was very proud to be an army combat veteran who served in Vietnam. He also loved Elvis Presley! Rest easy, Mole Savage!
Submitted by James Keene on Aug 10 2017 05:44:36 PM
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