Stanley Darryl CollinsNovember 21, 1962 ~ February 11, 2020 (age 57)
Stanley Darryl Collins was born to the late J.D. Collins and Johanna Elzy-Collins on November 21, 1962 in Crowville, Louisiana. He was one of nineteen children.
Stanley united with the Philadelphia Baptist Church at an early age under the leadership of Reverend H.B. Rancher.
Stanley attended Waverly High School. After integration, he attended Crowville High School, where he played basketball. Stan loved to cook and was loved by many far and near.
Stanley was fun to be around. He was full of life and the life of the party. Often, he was referred to as “The Big Show.” He would always find a way to make whoever was around him laugh, regardless of what’s going on.
Stanley fathered one child, Yolanda McCall. She was his pride and joy. Stanley was very proud of his daughter’s achievements.
Stan was preceded in death by his parents, J.D. and Johanna Collins; four brothers, Herman Collins, Charles Collins, Edward Collins, and Jerome Collins; and four sisters, Leola Anderson, Ora Jean Taylor, Joy Faye Collins, and JoAnn Collins.
Stanley leaves to cherish his memory: one daughter, Yolanda McCall of Shreveport, Louisiana; three step-daughters, Michell McCall and Kim Goodjoint of Monroe, Louisiana; and Melanie Carter of California; three step-sons, JaBrandus Bates, Eric Goodjoint, and DeWayne Goodjoint of Monroe, Louisiana; one special grandson, Freggie “Lil’ Jr.” Tillman; a very, very special friend, Marilyn McElhanon of Wildomar, California; best friend, Ansara Nelson Jackson of Monroe, Louisiana; seven brothers, Jessie Collins of Winnsboro, Louisiana; Levi Collins (Ella) and Donald Ray Collins (Walternie), both of Crowville, Louisiana; Louis Collins (Cecelia) of Dallas, Texas; Paul Collins (Glenda) of Delhi, Louisiana; Lonnie Collins (Cookie) of Pasadena, California; and Lee Arthur Collins (Eunice) of Monroe, Louisiana; four sisters, Fannie Hardy of Monroe, Louisiana; Zola Smith and Priscilla Gray (Vernon), both of Dallas, Texas; and Mary Doyle of Winnsboro, Louisiana; and a host of nieces, nephews, and many, many friends far and near.