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Joseph "Joey" D. Stotler
Date of Death: August 31, 2018
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South Chapel
1260 Front Royal Pike
Winchester, VA 22602
Monday 9/10, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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South Chapel
1260 Front Royal Pike
Winchester, VA 22602
Tuesday 9/11, 11:00 am
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Tuesday 9/11

Joseph “Joey” Daryl Stotler, 42, of Winchester, Virginia, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, August 31, 2018 at his home. Joey was born in 1975 in Winchester, Virginia, the son of Elizabeth Diana Stotler and the late Larry Junior Stotler; and stepson of Mary Ellis Nelson. He was a graduate of James Wood High School, Class …
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Julie Orellana left a message on September 14, 2018:
Joey had SUCH a kind heart. He always had a smile for others and he always treated his friends and those he cared about with such compassion and would do anything in the world for them. He was a great listener and when you had a conversation with him, he dedicated all his attention to what you were saying and really cared. I know that he is now an angel because there is no other reason that such a great person would have been taken from this world so early. My thoughts and prayers are with Joey’s family and friends.
Mark Lupton left a message on September 14, 2018:
My deepest condolences go out to the Stotler family.
Chad Rudolph left a message on September 12, 2018:
Though we weren't actual, bona fide friends until later on in life, I've known Joey since the sixth grade where we attended Frederick County Middle School together. Throughout his life, made unfairly brief by such a sudden, tragic accident, I can openly admit that I’ve never known or met a more kind person in my life. He was a friend to everyone; never meant harm to anyone and was always there for me and everyone he knew, even when he didn't necessarily need to be. He wasn't without faults, same as the rest of us, but he had no problem admitting them to anyone who'd lend an ear. Joey's understanding of the meaning of friendship makes mine pale in comparison. He didn't deserve to have his life taken from him...but who does? Especially this early in life? He was a simple man with simple ideals who preferred to limit his enjoyment to a handful of things which made him truly happy, instead of spreading himself thin like so many of us do. I think we could all learn a lot from him. I hate knowing that I'll never see him again on this earth. I hate knowing that every time I visit places he'd frequent that I'll never see him walk through the door ever again. I hate that I've once again lost a friend. I watched my ten year old daughter cry her eyes out at his viewing Monday night...and I realized though, that I'm not the only one who lost him. Joey always made her smile and made her feel good about herself, but in some weird way, he did the same to me. And, I think that's what I'm going to miss the most. I'll never forget you, Joey. I'll never forget the way you treated others. You left a lasting impression on me and everyone who knew you, and everyone who knew you loved you. Even me. Rest easy. I hope you're reading this, because lord knows I never said things like this to your face. Now, I realize I should have. We never know what we have until it's gone.
wallace fishel jr (wally) left a message on September 11, 2018:
joey was a good all around person there to help you when you had problem if he couldn't answer it he would find out the answer for you he will be missed a lot
Terry Ways left a message on September 9, 2018:
Joey was a frequent visitor at the Four Corners in Inwood . He liked to come for a bite to eat and friendly conversation. Never met a stranger . Sure will miss seeing him and chatting about the world in general . Love n miss ya Joey ♡
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Shawn Webb left a message on September 7, 2018:
Joey was my roommate and one of my best friends. He was a great man. I'm going to miss telling him I dont care about baseball and him telling me anyway!! Joe you will be dearly missed brother!!
Connie Sales left a message on September 7, 2018:
Joey was a kind, gentle,sweet person. I will miss his Hugs and waves good-by on Wed. evenings.
Marie-Noelle left a message on September 6, 2018:
A gentle soul with a big heart. We will miss you Joey.
Whitney DeHaven left a message on September 6, 2018:
Joey had a way of greeting you like you had been dearly missed since the last time you saw each other, which might have been just the night before. He was a kind soul and will be missed by so many.
Jessica Peer left a message on September 6, 2018:
I am going to miss my "Cheers" text messages and our times of hanging out. Joey will now have the best seat in the house to watch the "O's".
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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