From: Lynda Maxwell
David Letham and I and Muriel Bryant were all saddened to hear of Stan's passing. We enjoyed his sense of humour and lawn bowling with him. He will be greatly missed at the club.
From: Todd Bartlett
Uncle Stan, I thank you for your help with my kitchen cabinets. You are truly one of the best people I have ever known. Todd
From: Susan Krentz
So sorry to hear of Stan's passing. He always was smiling and such a gentleman. It was a pleasure to have known him. I am sure my mother Sue will miss their phone chats.
From: Lynn Jenkins
Although I didn’t personally know your father/grandfather, I heard only good things about him. I was told he was a loving family man, a caring and giving person, a wonderful carpenter who shared his skills, incredibly energetic and lived life to the fullest. I know you will miss him terribly. You have our heartfelt sympathies.
From: Pat Wilson
I am so sorry to hear of Stan's passing. I have great memories of Stan, with my husband and me, in Florida and on cruises, with our lawn bowling pals. I'd like to extend my deepest condolences to his family whom he cherished. Sincerely
From: Peter Quinn
It was a pleasure to work alongside of Stan at the Toronto School board. I never saw him lose his temper, he always had a great disposition. When Stan comes to mind I think about the laugh we had whenever we went to the cafeteria and he would have a full plate for lunch yet he never gained a pound, he would take the good-natured ribbing in his stride. He will be missed.