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TyAnthony Dwayne Stanley
November 11, 1977 ~ March 12, 2023 (age 45) 45 Years Old
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TyAnthony Dwayne Stanley, age 45 of Baltimore, Maryland transitioned peacefully with family by his side on March 12, 2023 at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.
TyAnthony was born on November 11, 1977 in Cambridge, Maryland to Rudolph and Carolyn Camper. He was the fifth born of seven children.
TyAnthony was educated in the Dorchester County public school system.
TyAnthony joined church at an early age and sang on the choir as a “Zionette”.
TyAnthony was affectionately known as “Ty” or “Baldhead” to know him was to love him. Ty will always be remembered for his fun, humorous and loving spirit. Ty was the life of the party, even though he didn’t drink he would tell you “give me a redbull”
Ty was a man of many titles and talents, one title he was known for was being #2 in the nation on 2K as he would say. In his younger years he played baseball for team rotary and football for the broncos.
TyAnthony was preceded in death by his sister Trina Stanley, his maternal grandparents, Reginald and Grace Stanley and his paternal grandparents, Otha and Daisey Jones along with a few aunts and uncles.
TyAnthony leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Lisa, their two sons, TyAnthony Jr., and Avante, son, Davion, parents, Rudolph and Carolyn Camper, four brothers, Rudolph Jr. (Laurie) of Ohio, Maurice (Lisa) of Pennsylvania, Greg (Sonya) of Pennsylvania, Corenthian (Andrea) of Cambridge, one sister, Krista Wheatley of Trappe and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends and a special friend, Tasha Johnson of Baltimore.