Brad Michael Stassinos

 

January 9, 2019

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Brad Michael Stassinos

Brad Michael Stassinos of Rock Springs passed away Jan. 2, 2019, in Rock Springs.

Brad was born April 5, 1984, the son of Mary Stassinos and was fathered and raised by his Pappa Harry Stassinos until Jay Whitfield became his dad.

He attended schools in Rock Springs.

Stassinos was a service technician for H&N Gold Field Services for the past six months. He managed PRH investments for his cousin Riley Hamm. Brad was a snubbing supervisor at 20 years old and helped launch the family business: STASSCO.  He also owned his own oilfield company, BMS at 22 years old. Brad enjoyed fishing, hunting, hanging out with his sidekick and best buddy Franko. 

Brad is survived by one son by choice Franco; one brother, Shea Stassinos and companion Amber of Lubbock, Texas; two step-brothers, Robert Whitfield and wife Dorothy of Delaware and Michael Whitfield and wife Chelsey of Korea; one sister, Breann Stassinos and husband Jeremy Snow of Lubbock, Texas; one step-sister, Angel Nolan and husband Dusty of Rock Springs; four aunts, Barbie Hennesy, Theresa Piaia and husband Dave, Jan Levitt and husband BR and Toni Stassinos; one uncle, Ron Stassinos; two nephews, Kaden Campbell and Bryden Snow; three nieces, Erica Campbell, Britlee Snow and Kenzlee Snow and several cousins.


He was preceded in death by his mother; maternal grandparentsm Harry and Evelyn Stassinos; aunt, Debbie White; three uncles, Jimmy Stassinos, Johnny Stassinos and Chris Stassinos and cousin Christopher Hamm.

Following cremation a memorial service will take place at 11 a.m., Thursday at the Holy Communion Episcopal Church, at the corner of 2nd and B Streets in Rock Springs. Friends may call one hour prior to services at the church.

The family respectfully requests that donations in his name be made to the Brad Stassinos Memorial Fund at RSNB Bank, P.O. Box 880, Rock Springs, WY.  82902. Condolences may be left at http://www.vasefuneralhomes.com.

 

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