Stanley Wayne Human, (64) passed away at home on September 13, 2018. Stanley was born March 14th, 1954 in Fort Walton Beach, Fl to the late Bill and Omalee Human. Stanley is survived by his wife Alta of 47 years, his son Wayne, daughter Stacie and his beautiful grand daughter Brailey Human. Stanley was the oldest of the three brothers who he is also survived by Bobby (Becky), and Jerry (Sandra). Also his sister in-laws Peggy Human & Jeanne Rutherford. (His Mother-in-law Betty Foust(Aude) from Tennessee). He had 2 neices and 4 nephews that he loved dearly. Tekila Tuck(Chris), Marsha Human, Craig Human, Christopher Human, Troy Human (Jessica), Colten Human(Sarah). He also had several great nieces & nephews that he enjoyed seeing growing up. Along with numerous of aunts, uncles and cousins here in Florida, Tennessee and Mississippi. Stanley was an avid NASCAR fan, ticket holder to Daytona 400 for over 20 years. That commitment resulted in a dream come true opportunity to tour the newly remodeled Daytona Rising, which allowed him to ride on the actual speedway which was a highlight in his life. He loved any "Ford" vehicle from Classic Street Rods and trucks to his favorite the "Ford Mustang" muscle car. He enjoy fishing, boating, and eating BBQ ribs. But his favorite pastime was playing with his grand baby Brailey! Stanley met Alta when they were merely 13 years old which a couple short years later the two married resulting in 50 years total of love and commitment. He was magician under the hood of vehicles. His mechanical knowledge he shared with so many. He had been employed by Pan Am, McCotter Ford, Southeast Power and worked hand and hand with his brothers and father at their own car lots and body shops. They built stretch custom cadilacs that were sold in the heart of Hollywood, California. He owned his own Wrecker truck that he towed for Titusville Auto Repairs which serviced rotation calls from FHP, BCSO, TPD. His love and passion for working on cars lasted his whole life...all the way to his last days he was thinking of cars. He missed working the wrecker, and working on cars daily after he was too sick to do so. Stanley strived hard to become a proud member of the Masonic Lodge. He was honored when he was selected to be a member!! Stanley is proceeded in death by his beloved parents Bill & Omalee Human, along with several aunts and uncles and cousins.
A Celebration of life will be held at North Brevard Funeral Home on Sunday September 23, 2018 at 3 pm.
In Lieu of flowers please donate to one of these charity foundations.... Stanley suffered from each of these diseases. (Donate to Diabetes, Heart, Kidney foundations.)