Stuart Brent Polley 1955 2018

Obituary of Stuart Polley Stuart Brent Polley On July 7, 2018, Stu, passed away suddenly at the age of 63, just two days after the passing of his second wife, Kim Dwyer. Stu will be remembered by his children, Erin (son Jack) and Evan (wife Bessie, daughter Ona) Polley, his sister Jackye (husband Terri) Labhart and brother Steve (wife Barb) Polley. Stu will also be remembered by many nieces and nephews, extended family and dear friends. Stu was born to parents Essel “Ray” Polley and Olive Belle Raber on November 11, 1955. He grew up in Newburgh, Indiana and went on to live and work in Clearwater, FL, Little Rock, AK, Oklahoma City, OK, Lake Mary, FL, Indianapolis, IN and Chicago, IL. He was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2012 and retired in Westfield, IN. Stu worked for most of his life in sales, starting in retail then selling paper products and business supplies. He found his passion in managing health and fitness clubs in Indianapolis and the Chicagoland area. Stu was a great lover of music, motorcycles, the Chicago Cubs, the Chicago Blackhawks and the Indianapolis Colts. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, August 25, 2018 from 1-5pm in Indianapolis. For more details, please visit

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