was born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, by his grandmother Cora
Scali of Columbia, SC. She has been a great inspiration in his life.
Billy attended and graduated from Columbia High School in 1960.
Billy met and married the "lovely" Linda Mayhew, 44 years ago. She works
with one of his best friends, Lt. Governor Andre Bauer of S.C.
Billy has two children, son, Billy Stanick Jr., who is a General Contractor,
and daughter, LaJuana Stanick Sturkie - Son-in-law Matt Sturkie - Owners
of KMS Masonary. Billy also has two grandchildren, Zachary
Sturkie, age 14, and Chandler Sturkie, 12.
Billy poses with Billy Jr.
LaJuana and Billy
Billy Sr. loves to watch his grandson (Zachery) wrestle on Dutch Fork
Elementary Wrestling Team. Zach came in 4th in state in heavy weight
division 2005. Chandler is on the basketball and soccer team and
Billy loves watching his events also. He also plays flag football.
Billy has owned and operated Stanick Sheet Metal and Roofing for 34
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Billy has been involved in many aspects of boxing - Training, managing
as well promoting. A few fighters that Billy has managed, trained,
and promoted are:
Mike English - SC Golden Glove Champion and SC Southern Golden glove
Finalist, Pro boxing was 15 wins and 4 losses with Billy.
Monk Conners - SC Golden Glove Champion and SC AAU Champion and he was
in the National Golden Glove Finals in Taledo, Ohio. He was also
the Southern Golden Glove Champion 1981 - And fought in the National AAU
finals in Ohio in 1981.
Jerry Bell - 3 time SC Tough Man Heavy Weight Champion, fought in the
Toughest man in the world in Ashville, NC in 1995 on Art Dore
Promotions. 9 wins and 0 losses as a Pro, all 9 by knockouts.
Stanley Hughey - 1978 SC Golden Glove
Champion and Southern Golden Golden Finals. He loss to Clint
Jackson won the Nationals and fought in Olympics the same year Sugar Ray
Leonard won in the Olympics.
Clint Jackson -Pan American
Welterweight Champion in 1975 and Bronze metal in 1976 Olympics.
Now Billy, not only runs Stanick Sheet Metal full time, but finds time
to spend with his other loves, which include watching Mike English
train young Amateur Boxers at White Rock, taking
Moultrie Witherspoon to Pro shows and
filming his fights. He is always on the go with his grandsons watching
all their sporting events as well. This all for a man that is 64 years
old and is a Cancer survivor as well. Billy is thankful for his health
which allows him to participate in all the many activities of his
grandsons and his many friends.
He also enjoys being in Parades with Lt. Governor Andrea Bauer - Some of
theses parades are the Gilbert Peach Festival, Chapin Labor Day Parade,
and the Irmo Ocra Strut.