Harry Daniel Stansberry

Harry Stansberry

Harry Daniel Stansberry, age 93, beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather joined his heavenly father on December 10th, 2013.  He was born in Houston, Texas on February 24th, 1920.  He was a distinguished World War II United States Army Veteran and recipient of EAME Campaign Medal with 4 Bronze Stars, 1 Bronze Arrowhead and a Presidential Citation for his service in Normandy, France and Central Europe. He retired from Sam P. Wallace Mechanical Contractors in May 1986 where he worked as General Superintendent and a member of Plumbers Local Union #68. He enjoyed woodworking and was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing and hunting.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Harry M. Stansberry and Grace Bass Stansberry; sister, Virginia Stansberry Wiggins; wife, Mary Meadows Stansberry; and son, Randall M. Stansberry.

He is survived by his wife of twenty-nine years, Leta Marie Stansberry; her daughter, Anne Brunson Herron and husband Lee Herron; son, Gary Wayne Stansberry and his wife Monica Stansberry; grandchildren, Amber Stansberry Hernandez and husband Michael Hernandez, Bryan Austin Stansberry, Blake Daniel Stansberry, John Herron, Toni Herron Gray and husband Scott Gray and daughter Makayla Deanne Gray; nephew, Conrad Meadows.

Pallbearers include Gary Stansberry, Bryan Stansberry, Blake Stansberry, Lee Herron, John Herron and Bobby Ballard.

Graveside Services will be held at Brookside Cemetery, 13747 Eastex Freeway, Houston, Texas on Saturday, December 14, 2013 at 10:00 am. 

Pastor Bryan Donahoo of Graceview Baptist Church will officiate.

Carnes Funeral Home                                    Brookside Cemetery

3100 Gulf Freeway                                          13747 Eastex Freeway

Texas City, TX 77591                                       Houston, TX 77039

 (409) 359-5007                                                  (281) 449-6511



To the Stansberry Family and Friends,

            In the time of your loss, Carnes Funeral Home would like to extend our deepest condolences. It's our honor to serve your family...