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Stanley Paul Weiner Obituary
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August 30, 2016

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February 24, 2011
I just learned of Stan's passing. I worked with Stan when I was at Commerce Bank and hadn't spoken with him in several years. I enjoyed knowing Stan very much. He was a great person and loved his family very much. He often mentioned how important family was to him.
May 21, 2010
I only just learned of Stanley's passing and want to extend my belated condolences to the family. I was Stan's paralegal during the 1980's. He was a tough boss, with a big soft heart. I learned SO much from him, both professionally and personally. I always had the utmost respect for him. We lunched several times after I moved to another employer, and he was always a delight. I learned so much about Judiasm from him. I am so terribly sorry for you loss - this has really taken me aback. God Bless
April 5, 2010
I just heard today that Stan died. I was his secretary for the better part of six years--but his influence on my life has continued far beyond that brief time. His intense sense of fairness and uncomprising support of justice won't be forgotten, nor will the love he had for his family and his sense of duty to the community. He was a tremendous role model for how to do business, but even moreso for how to live a life. My deepest sympathies to Suzi, Carrie, Scott, and Tracy.
December 22, 2009
Dear Suzi and family: I am shocked to learn only now of Stan's passing. I was a young attorney when I first met Stan at SHB. I also had the honor of working with Stan through LAKC. Stan was such a kind and positive person -- a great example of a gentleman lawyer. You have my condolences.
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