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Frank Loyd Stallings Jr.

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December 01, 2011
Dr. Stallings was a wonderful person and teacher. He had a genuine interset in his students and the University. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Bob and Muff Barlow
November 30, 2011
A gentleman and a scholar - although many years since I had seen him, I always enjoyed any conversation in which Frank was involved.
November 30, 2011
Dear Tony, Amy and family,

Thinking of you at this time.
November 30, 2011
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November 30, 2011
Journal entry from a visit with Frank at Twin Towers Nursing Home

11/17/11 I went up and chatted a bit with him. He was pretty alert, and the staff said he had eaten well for dinner. I told him we had a lot of books we could read, Thoreau, Dickinson, Emerson, Cervantes, Frost, Mark Twain. He recognized those authors and brightened up, especially when I said Mark Twain. So I read to him from "Huckleberry Finn". Well, I think Mark Twain wrote "Huck" for him right now. It was fascinating to read his notes in the margins. You can read Huck in a pretty animated voice, and it is easy to follow along. He was so cute. Although in recent weeks he has maintained a blank stare and usually only makes word-like sounds, today his eyes opened wide and he just watched me with rapt attention for a half hour while I read 32 pages to him. He commented and chuckled and laughed pretty often. It was such a blessing. He got all happy and said "I'm having a good time." He often says something like that when I read to him, and it was special to me that he can still appreciate it.

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