Freddy Joe Stone Sr.

Born: 03/15/1951 Passed:

Freddy Joe Stone Sr. of Canton, Ohio departed this world at the age of 67 to be with the Lord on June 6th, 2018 following a short illness.

Freddy Joe Stone Sr. was born March 15th, 1951 in Boone County, WV to Shelby and Evalena (Burns) Stone. He was a loving husband, father, son, brother, and friend. Freddy was a retired employee of Republic Storage Systems Inc. He enjoyed tinkering in his garage, fishing, hunting, and serving the Lord.

He is survived by his loving wife Linda S. Stone (Hall) and son Freddy Joe Stone Jr (Gillian) and grandson Nate Stone, all of Canton, OH; daughters Carla Rossetti (Stone) and Michelle Bartlett, granddaughter Nina Revard (Brent) and great grandchildren Cidny and Brody Revard, Madison and Christian “Tian” Stone of Monroe MI; sisters Iris Holeston, Maxine Clark (Jackie), Prisilla Adkins (Kessley), Betty Cooper, Hilda Miller, Wilma Stone (Ernest Jr) and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents Shelby and Evalena Stone, brother Charles Stone, sister Jearldean Elkins (Stone), grandson Christian Andrew Stone, and brothers-in-law Edward Holeston, Henry Messer, Billy Cooper, and Edgar Miller and a best friend Jacob “Buddy” Mayle.  Condolences can be shared with his family at

He is loved and will be missed by many.

Heritage Cremation Society


6 Tributes to Freddy Joe Stone Sr.

  1. Carla says:

    Too many memories to try to narrow down to a single memory…but one of the first that came to mind was this one time Dad and Me and Joe all ate doggy treats …because Dad thought they were jerky strips so he bought them and said they were good and so me and Joe ate them too…Mom pointed out we were eating dog treats!! hahahaha

    Dad may have fed me and Joe dog food but he was still the best Dad anyone could ever dream of having!

    • Michael McCray says:

      We had some nice hangout sessions in the garage for a while, great man. Thank you for you story. Your Mother and All of you are in my prayers, Love you all.

  2. Your niece, Beverly A. Girdler (Cooper) says:

    Playing at Uncle Freddy’s, Aunt Linda’s, Uncle Eddie’s & Aunt Hilda’s places in Canton, with all our cousins. Rolling down the hill in the back yard! All the sleepovers! It was sooo much fun! Good times, great families, and many, many memories! You will be missed by much family & friends. Last thing I did was kiss you on the forehead & hug you, as I always did when leaving your place. So GRATEFUL God gave me that chance again. 😘 we will meet again, this I am sure of with all my heart 💙

  3. Brenda kosht says:

    I remember freddy from my elementary and jr high school yrs. When I was dating Joe. I’d go visit and freddy would sometimes be outside and he tell me Joe inside go ahead inside behave you two lol. He was a very nice man to have known. The whole family was good people to know. My thoughts and prayers go out to u all . Hard to lose someone u love .

  4. Nina Revard says:

    I love you Papa. You’re the best pap in the whole world. I miss you alot. Say hi to Andrew for me. I’m glad I got to see you before you left us. I loved every second I spent with you. Spending a week or in West Virginia with you are up there on my best memories list. You’ll be missed greatly. Love you pap. ❤️😚☕🤗

  5. Nina Revard says:

    Pap I miss you and I love you. I’m glad I had the chance to see you a few weeks before you left us. Best memories with you were us in West Virginia for a week or more every Summer. Just me and you hanging out. Definitely on the very top of my memories list. We miss you and we live you. Say hi to Andrew for me. You’re the best pap in the whole word! ❤️😚🤗☕🥧

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