Christina “Tina” Lou Stanley

Christina “Tina” Lou Stanley, 62, passed away Peacefully on September 25, 2021, at her home in Lancaster, Ohio.

She was born in Nelsonville, Ohio, on July 31, 1959, to the late Glendale and Ethel “Eileen” Robson, of Murray City, Ohio.

Tina attended the Nelsonville-York City Schools and was employed at the Rocky Boot Factory, Nelsonville, for many years. She later moved on to Columbus and became employed by the Ohio State University. She was a “hard-worker” and had a heart of gold. She enjoyed playing bingo, spending time with her family, and playing with her grandsons, Tyson and Talon Henthorn.

She had a passion for sports. In high school, she participated in Nelsonville-York High School basketball and track, setting school records in track. She was also a cheerleader coach for the Murray City Tigers. On any given Saturday, you would find her watching the Ohio State Buckeyes. Sunday was spent rooting for her favorite team: the Pittsburgh Steelers. She was also a member of the 4H.

She is survived by her husband, Wesley Stanley of Lancaster; daughters, Stacy (Josh) Henthorn of Carroll, Ohio and Brandy McCombs of Naples, Florida; sisters and brothers,, Rita (John) Ebner of Columbus, Ramona North of Murray City, Ralph Robson of Murray City,, Terry (Connie) Robson of Murray City, Rosemary (John) Rankin in Murray City, Linda (Chris) Cole of Jean Nevada, Anthony Robson of Murray City, Judy (Mark) Searles of Albany, Lisa (Russ) Evanshen of Baja, CA (Mexico), Glen Robson (Kathy) of Murray City, Lois Robson of Canal Winchester, and Chris (Amanda) Robson of Murray City; and aunts, Mary Withem of Columbus and Anna Mae Snyder of South Carolina.

Having been from a large family of seventeen children, she is also survived by many nieces and nephews. She had lots of cousins; a special friend Charmia Berwanger and many other friends that will miss her smiling face.

She is preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Pamela Schoon and Cindy Robson; and brothers, Dennis Robson, Harold Robson Sr., and Paul Robson.

Arrangements are made by the Heinlein-Brown Funeral Home, Logan, Ohio.

Graveside services were held Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at the Salem Cemetery, Murray City, at 12:00 pm, was followed by a Celebration of Life in Murray City Municipal Building at 1:00 pm.

Win big in Heavenly Bingo, Mom! Until we meet again…