Posted on January 16, 2021
| 5:19 p.m.
January 16, 2021
| 5:19 p.m.
Stanley Emmet Shaw
Stanley Emmet Shaw handed away on Dec. 30, 2020 from problems of COVID-19. He was born on June 3, 1935 in Los Angeles to Harry Paul Shaw and Margaret Lewis Shaw.
Stan’s lifelong love of flying started at age 22 when he grew to become a licensed pilot and bought his first aircraft. Stan graduated from Woodbury College in 1957 and launched into a profitable gross sales profession with Weiser Lock Firm. But it was his want to fly full-time that drew him into plane gross sales in San Jose, California, and from there he joined Frontier Airlines as a pilot.
Following an opportunity encounter in Manhattan Seashore, California, Stan met Norma Jean Stock, and a loving, devoted marriage of 50 years ensued.
A possibility got here that fused Stan’s innate salesmen expertise and keenness for flying to open his first Fastened Base Operation at Fullerton Airport in Fullerton California, with two extra FBO acquisitions following at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, and Redbird Airport in Dallas, Texas.
At all times the consummate dealmaker, Stan took nice pleasure find alternative in shopping for, promoting and buying and selling planes, and loved residing by the adage “The one who dies with the most toys wins.”
In 1986, Stan and his household have been on trip in Santa Barbara, when Stan introduced, “This is where we’re going to live.”
With a want to semi-retire, the Shaws fortunately planted roots within the idyllic seaside city.
Stan’s ardour for flying additionally included a love of the ocean, and Stan acquired Seacoast Yacht Gross sales within the Santa Barbara Harbor. He continued working in aviation gross sales and plane financing, and bought a hangar on the Camarillo Airport in Camarillo, California, to help his aviation companies.
As a loyal member of the Plane House owners and Pilots Affiliation (AOPA) for greater than 60 years, Stan embodied the spirit of flight and was a proud proprietor of Citations, King Airs, and helicopters alike.
At all times up for an journey, Stan lived for his annual fishing journeys in his float aircraft “puddle jumping” amongst lakes, rivers and bays in Northern Washington, Alaska and Canada.
A loyal husband and loving father, Stan is survived by his spouse Norma Jean (Stock); daughter Sydney Shaw (Lawrence DeMarco); son Stanford Shaw (Jenny Scharfeld); and his three youngsters Stacy Shaw, Scott Shaw and Sandra Shaw from a earlier marriage; together with eight grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.