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February 21, 2013
I Love your place at Farewell Lakes. I was with the F.A.A. as a Lineman putting in your Two N.D.B. towers.(1984)It was very nice meeting you. Will always remember. Thanks for the Baby Bear and Pike. I thought the Baby Bear was a great tasting roast and then you told it was Bear. It was Great. You have a great Alaska story.
March 26, 2011
Oh Daddy,
Just really missing you today, thinking about Farewell and so very sad that you are both lost to us forever. But you both dwell in my heart and soul and that is something that can never be taken away.
August 22, 2008
Marta and family,

I am so very sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of meeting Stan twice. The first time was in June of 2000. Him and I sat in front of the TV watching CNN and talking about the economy and stocks. He was a very informed man with regard to economics. The second time I had the pleasure of spending time with him was when I married his beautiful and wonderful granddaughter Lara. He and Marta invited my parents to stay in their warm home before our wedding. My parents enjoyed spending time with Stan and Marta. I really wish I could have been there for his Memorial. I know Stan is watching over his family, and in this, his family should feel a sense of peace!
August 22, 2008
Dear Marta and Family,
We had the privilege and joy of being with Marta and Stan many times on Kauai where we also had a condo. Stan was so impressive with his knowledge and savvy about hunting and the outdoors in Alaska.
We thoroughly enjoyed listening to his many exploits and he gave us a good education about Alaska.
We will remember Stan as a totally ethical and honest man who loved his family and the outdoors.
August 21, 2008
Grandpa,
You were my first hero and the only grandfather I ever really had. I hope that you will look in on me every now and then, and I hope that you will be proud of the things I will do with my life. I cherish the pictures I have of you with my children and they will learn all about their great-grandpa and his adventures. I will never forget you and I will always love you.
Kristina Halford
July 23, 2008
Dear Marta and family:

I'm so sorry to hear about Stan's passing. 31 years ago, two co-workers from Olympic National Park and I met Stan on a 10-week ski trip from Kijik on Lake Clark to Wonder Lake.

We were always hungry and underfed--as only feral young men can be--and happy to find a night or two of shelter and a break from sleeping out.

We entered Stan's turf at Sled Pass and--with Stu Ramsted encouragement--promptly moved in to his tent cabin as if we'd owned the place. The timing was quite fortuitous as my ski boots had succumbed to the trail two days earlier during a warm blizzard and klister disaster and could only be repaired at room temperature--our epoxy wold not cure below freezing.

Ramstad had discovered us weeks before and appointed himself our first guardian angel--had warned Stan about us and put in a good word--and suggested that we hole up in Stan's camp just north of Sled Pass. We were settled in, warm and comfy, when Stan with a German client in search of a wolf dropped out of the sky to check us out.

Stan could've run us out of there. He had every right, and we probably deserved no better. Instead, he invited us to make ourselves at home, after the fact.

In addition to enabling me to make repairs, his generousity and kindness gave us just enough extra chow to race breakup and the spring bird migration down the Post River to our re-supply at Farewell FAA, and ultimately finish our trip.

We will always bel indebted to his kindness. A true gentleman. The consummate Alaskan and one of our angels. Where he's going, Stan won't have to worry about his airspeed, minimums, or interlopers and claim-jumpers like us. Thanks, Stan
July 23, 2008
Dear Marta and family.. my thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Ihave good memories of years ago, when Stan used to fly out to Farewell Lake when we owned and operated it. He liked my cooking but thought I used too many onions..We could not have sold it to someone enjoyed it more than he did, and his family did, and I am happy it still is with his family. God Bless you all. Gayle Curtis Hind
July 23, 2008
Dear Cathy and family,
Your father's guide service always stood tall in our client list at Wilbur's Flight Operations. Your family spirit reflected respect for each other. The Wilbur's and the Frost's shared this in common. You will miss Stan as we miss our Joe but we will smile fondly at the memories they made for us. Please accept our condolences at this difficult time.
July 21, 2008
I became acquainted with Stan years ago when I was a Fish and Wildlife Officer based in the bush. Later, I flew for him and we guided hunters together for three seasons. I found him to be an honest and ethical person and a pleasure to be in the company of. My condolences to Marta and family--all good people.
July 21, 2008
Dear Marta & family:

I am truly sorry to hear of Stan's passing. I believe I only met him (and you) once and that was when his father passed away. As I remember it, after that funeral there was a large reception at Gene & Bonnie's home in West Covina, CA. At that time, I was married to Stan's nephew, Jim Willison for 12 years.
God Bless you all.

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