- For Australian historian, academic, Australian rules football player and administrator (1944-2012), see Tom Stannage
He was ordained deacon in 1958, priest in 1959 and bishop in 1978 and went on to serve as an assistant curate of Great Crosby St Faith 1958–61, Minister of Orford St Andrew Conventional District (1961–63) and vicar of St Andrew's Church, Orford (1963–70).
He has lived and worked in South Africa since 1970. In 1975 he was appointed Dean of Kimberley, remaining in office until 1978 when he was elected suffragan bishop of Johannesburg. He was appointed as the diocesan bishop, holding the see of Bloemfontein from 1982 until his retirement in 1997, Since retiring, he has been a lecturer in theology in the University of the Free State.
The arms granted to Stanage are blazoned Per chevron ploys, Azure and Argent, the peak ensigned with a fleur-de-lis Or, in dexter chief a horse salient contoumè and in sinister chief a lion rampant, Argent, in base a Celtic cross issuant Gules, voided Argent; the shield ensigned of an episcopal mitre proper.
- "Episcopal Appointments". Anglican Communion News Service. 11 April 1997. Archived from the original on 2007-09-30.
- Crockford's Clerical Directory (97th edn, London: Church House Publishing, 2001), p. 711
- Government Gazette 15805 (24 June 1994), p. 4
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George A. Pullen
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|Bishop of Bloemfontein
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