VIRGIL SHAW 2

 

Virgil Alan Shaw, age 65, of Lamar, Missouri passed away November 23, 2021, at Truman Healthcare and Rehabilitation in Lamar, MO.
 
Virgil was born December 9, 1955 in Wichita, Kansas to Virgil Leroy Shaw and Norma Jean (Brasier) Shaw.  On June 1, 1998, Virgil married Myra Ann Carter in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
 
Virgil worked as a police officer and retired from the United States Army.
 
Survivors include his wife Myra, one step-son; Darrell Carter of Shawnee, Oklahoma, one brother; William Lowell Shaw of Edmond, Oklahoma and two nephews; Andy Shaw and Hayden Shaw along with four beloved furbabies; Gracie, Mousie, Penny and Sammi.
 
Virgil was preceded in death by his parents.
 
Private family services will be held.
 
Condolences may be shared at www.dfhlamar.com

Comments  

#7 Ft Fairfield, MaineDonna Labbe 2021-12-19 01:21
I was stationed in Ft Leonard, MO with Virgil (Stoney) Shaw. He was my ex husband's best man at our wedding. He had a knack for telling stories and jokes. He'd had us all in stitches! God Bless you and your family.
#6 Oklahoma CityMarti Benefield 2021-12-02 10:45
I'm so very sorry for your loss, sis. Alan was a sweet guy and he treated you like a queen; you have been through so much together.
May you find peace and comfort during this time.
#5 Huber Heights, OHJack Kiper 2021-11-30 22:46
Stoney was a hoot to be around. He always had your back. RIP Stoney. God bless the family CB
#4 Huber Heights, OHJack Kiper 2021-11-30 22:42
Stoney was a hoot to be around. You never had to wonder if he had your back. RIP Stoney. God bless his family.
#3 Huber Heights, OHJack 2021-11-30 21:41
Stoney and I were K-9 handler’s at Ft. Leonard Wood. He was a hoot to be around. You could count on him to cover you six. RIP Brother. God bless the family.
#2 Tucson, ArizonaJim Power 2021-11-30 20:48
Virgil Alan "Stoney" Shaw. "Stoney" was a close personal friend, fellow soldier & dog handler, and a true American. There was never a dull moment anytime Stoney was around. You may be gone my friend, but you will never be forgotten.
#1 Vineland NJMatt Rabbai 2021-11-29 23:40
I was stationed with
Virgil at Ft Leonard
Wood back in 1980. He
Was assigned as a dog
Handler with the 208
MPC. Great handler and
Excellent Officer.
Sorry for your loss.

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