Stanley Shapiro

Stanley Shapiro

August 29, 1926 - July 16, 2021
Midlothian, VA

Stanley Shapiro

August 29, 1926 - July 16, 2021
Midlothian, VA


Stanley Shapiro, 94, of Midlothian, VA departed this life on Friday, July 16, 2021. He is preceded in death by his wife, Joan Elizabeth Shapiro; parents, Philip & Jennie Shapiro; and siblings Ruth Shaffman, Celia Shultz, Hannah Handel, and Harold Shapiro. Stanley is survived by his son, Steven Shapiro and his wife Angela; grandchildren, Joelle Shapiro, Luke Shapiro, and Logan Shapiro. Funeral service will be held at 10:00 am on Thursday, July 29 at Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Service, 6500 Iron Bridge Rd., N. Chesterfield, VA 23234. Online condolences at

Funeral Service

  • Date & Time: July 29, 2021 (10:00 AM)
  • Venue: Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Service
  • Location: 6500 Iron Bridge Rd. Chesterfield, VA 23234 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (804) 275-7828


  • Date & Time: No Date & Time
  • Venue: Union Cemetery
  • Location: North Watt Ave. Roseville, 95747 - (Get Directions)

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14 responses to Stanley Shapiro

  1. The Shapiro were the first neighbors we met when we moved to Marlboro Mass in 1964. They were like family and we had many nice years.

    1. Your family was important to my family as well. My father enjoyed knowing everyone and liked to stay in touch. I know he continued communicating with your mother into this year.

  2. I worked with Stan while working at IDS later American Express and then Ameriprise. I enjoyed my friendship with him and all the wisdom he bestowed on me. He was truly a wonderful person and loved and missed Joan so much. Now they are together eternally. God Bless you Stan and condolences to the family.
    Sheryl DiNatale

    1. Thank you for your message. My father sometimes took me to the IDS office in Boston, and I always enjoyed being there. I also attended a lot of trade shows with him, walking the floor while he met with potential clients. I have many great memories associated with my father’s work because he liked showing me what he did and never hesitated to introduce me to those he worked with. My father was happiest when he felt productive, and the contributions he made through his work are still appreciated by many people. After he retired, he still made contributions by supporting multiple charities every year. He always did his best to help others.

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