Marv, It's amazing to me that you left us two years ago. I still think about you every day and feel like a part of my heart is gone. The boys and their ladies are great, in fact, Andy and Katie became engaged last week. I hope, in some way, you can hear or feel me talking to you every night. Love you
Today is our 46th anniversary. I think about you every day. I miss the laughs, moaning about , and cheering the Yankees. And yes, even the fighting. Loving you, Ethel
I can't believe it has been a year since Marv is gone. I know for you it has been a very difficult year. I wish I could be with you to help comfort you but even though I am not there in person you are always in my thoughts. You are an amazing person and I am so lucky you are by dearest friend. Lots of Love, Carm
DAD,Its been a year since you passed away and there are a few new things happening.I started a new job,Liz and I have a new puppy"MAX"and we will soon be grandparents.Sorry to say,but some things haven't changed,Yankees didn't win the world series AGAIN and the Jets are as far away from ever making it to the playoffs as ever.Hopefully austin is keeping you company and keeping the peace between you and janice.Love You
Ethel, I will be thinking of Marv having a birthday celebration with all his Yankee players. Ethel Marv was your loving, devoted husband and father and I know how much you miss him. I wish I could be with you to help ease your sorrow. My thoughts and prayers will be with as alway.
With Love, Carm
Marv, Tomorrow, the 28th is your birthday. You can celebrate in Heaven with Mickey and Bobby and Joe. I miss you so much and think of you all the time. Even watching the Yankees isn't the same without your comments. You live on in our sons and we will never forget you. Love, Ethel
Dear Ethel, Steven, Larry and Andrew,
Jim and I want to express our very deepest sympathies on your recent loss.
We were so sad to hear that Marvin had passed away. We will always remember the wonderful times we all shared on Newland Place. It was truly
a neighborhood to raise wonderful children. We will always remember Marvin
with fond memories....and Ethel we have thought of you and your family often
over the past years and we hope with time and wonderful memories it will help.
our very best to you all. Nancy and Jim Bowman, Walpole, MA
Dear Ethel, Steve, Larry and Andy, There has been so much sorrow in your lives especially in this past year. Marv's death was such a shock even though he has been so ill and suffered for such a long time but his was so unexpected. Marv was a good husband and father and loved all of you very much.
I wish there was something I could say or do to help ease your pain. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
All Our Love Always,
Carm, Stan and Marie
Dear Ethel and Family,I was so sorry to hear of Marvin's passing.I'm saving my biggest hug for you when I get home in May.We'll keep you and your family in our prayers.Love Jessie Bissey xoxo
Dear Mrs. Stanger, Steve, Larry & Andy,
My deepest sympathies on the loss of your husband and father. I have great memories of Mr. Stanger and the times I spent at your house growing up. He will be missed I know. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Very best regards,
I would like to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart for all of the thoughts and prayers extented to us from friends,family,and neighbors.My dad was at peace and would be truly touched by the outpouring of love.LOVE YOU DAD.
Dear Ethel, Steven, Larry and Andy, We are truly saddened to hear of the loss of Marv. We know that his presence will be sorely missed by all of his family and friends. Even though the Newland Place families all went their own ways, we always remember the block as it was so long ago with all of the wonderful families. Please know that we will keep you close in our thoughts and prayers. Our love, Gene and Nancy.
Dear Ethel and Family,
Rick and I are so very sorry to hear of Marv's passing. He had a sense of humor that was appreciated by many. We know how much he loved living at 60 Baser Lane, which held many good memories for me and my family..Rest in Peace our friend.
Rick and Amy Nolte
Dear Larry & family,
Saul and I are very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you.Marilyn & Saul Weisser
Andy & Steve & family I'm so sorry for your lost. My prayers go out to you and your family.
Our sympathy goes out to Ethel, Steve, Larry and Andy and your family and loved ones. Marv was a joy to know and love. We thoroughly enjoyed all the happy times we had on Newland Place and we were so glad to have neighbors like the Stangers. Ethel, Marv and the boys helped us have such terrific times. We'll always remember Marv and all the laughs, especially when he talked Yankees and we talked Mets. He's smiling down on his lovely family.
THE STANGER FAMILY..MARVIN WAS A GOOD MAN AND NEIGHBOR. HE MADE NEWLAND PL. A NICE PLACE TO LIVE. "GOD SAW YOU WERE GETTING TIRED, AND A CURE WAS NOT TO BE. SO HE PUT HIS ARMS AROUND YOU AND WHISPERED "COME TO ME". EILEEN (SMITH) FEIGHERY
Marv, I can't believe you're gone. Thru hard times and good times we made a life for our family. I feel as if a part of my heart has been ripped away and I realize now that I didn't say, "i love you" nearly enough. Rest in peace now, pain-free at last. your loving wife.
Andrew--this is such sad news. . .My greatest sympathy to you and your family.
Ethel, Steven, Larry and Andrew, What a shock to find out about Marvin. I remember him as a really good guy and neighbor. My thoughts are with all of you. Mickey (Bernstein) Komet