Stanley Jay Winrow

1964 ~ 2021


May 24, 2021
12:00 PM
1950 E. Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, Utah

Stanley Jay Winrow left this life to join his loved ones on the other side on May 18, 2021, which was his 57th birthday. Stan was the fourth child of William H Winrow and Betty Jean McPherron. Stan grew up in West Valley, graduating from Granger High School in 1982. Stan loved sports. He excelled at baseball and basketball. He was on the 1980-81 Basketball Honor Squad from Granger High. Stan married Mindee Elison on June 24, 1983. From this marriage his son Jeramey was born. Stan and Jeramey were best of friends. Mindee suddenly died when Jeramey was 3 years old, leaving Stan and Jeramey to face the world together. They had a close and special bond with each other from that moment forward.

Stan liked to go camping and fishing, especially to Pole Creek Lake near Roosevelt. Stan was a fun-loving guy that enjoyed spending time with his family. He was very tender hearted and cherished the time he spent helping his mother, Betty. According to his mom, Stan was always a good boy and did everything for her.

Survivors include his son Jeramey (Ashley Green), mother Betty, sisters Debbie (Jay) Mark, Shauna Winrow, two grandchildren Willie Joe and Wrigley Winrow, as well as four nieces and two nephews. Preceded in death by his wife Mindee, his father Bill, big brother Joe, and favorite Aunt Barbara.

Graveside service will be held Monday, May 24, 2021 at 12 o’clock noon at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E. Dimple Dell Road (10600 S.), Sandy. “Until we meet again”.....


Aunt Betty, With much sadness to hear of Stan;’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love you Robby

- Rob McPherron
Deb & Ciel, The One who comforts us is with you right now, ready to lighten your burden and help you through this difficult time. We are sadden at the loss of your brother and uncle. Your family is in my prayers. Karen

- Karen Bowden
We are extremely saddened over your loss of Stan. We hope time will ease the grief and pain you are feeling at this time. Lots of memories growing up with this guy!!!

- Don and Jacquie Winrow
I am very saddened at Stan’s passing and offer my condolences for the family’s loss.

- Kelly
I want to express my condolences at Stan’s passing. I remember him as having a positive attitude about life, a love for the outdoors, and as a fierce competitor in basketball. I hope at this time of sorrow his family will find joy in their fond memories of Stan’s life.

- Kelly
Sorry to hear about the loss of Stan. I worked with him at South Area Tooele army depot (MK). He was a good dude! God bless

I am so sorry for your loss Jer, and the rest of the Winrow family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

- Janine
We’ll go fishing at pole creek I’ll see you later

- Doug almond
My heart is broken. I loved him so very much. He was my best friend and my big brother growing up. To Betty ,Debbie and Shawna is am so sorry for your loss, God this is hard. I love you all so much . Jeramey I am so sorry . Love you all!!

- Michelle Dent