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September 07, 2018
Mrs Folsom, Steve and Carrissa,

My sincere condolences to each of you on the death of Stanley.
I don't know if you would remember me, but I also was an English teacher and coach at Milton High.
In fact, my first year I used Stan's classroom for one of my classes.
There are many humorous stories I could relate that involve Stan. He was a well respected and liked man.
Thoughts &prayers are with you at this time.
J.B. Butts
September 07, 2018
I'm honored to have had Mr. Folsom as a teacher at Milton H.S. He was the kind of teacher that made you want to learn. To my family and myself, he was the best!
September 06, 2018
We will miss you Stanley!! Our hearts go out to Sally, Carissa, and Stephen. You were a great loving guy who worked hard at whatever you did!! You are in a happier place now with the Lord!
We love you Stanley!!!
Rick and Teri Lynn Lloyd and Family ❤
September 06, 2018
Our whole family loved Stanley. We knew him since 1987, 31 years! The older he got, the more we loved him! We spent time with him when we could. We listened to his stories, and loved hearing them, they were meaningful. He spoke from his heart a lot. He spoke once about how he got together with Sally. You could tell how happy he was to tell this story! We supplied him with church supper tickets and Christmas wreaths. When we came over for these, we knew it was time to visit again!! It had been awhile, and we sure wanted to know how he had been doing! He seemed to stay active for a long time! It seemed I saw him outdoors last year doing something in the yard?! We also brought him a birthday treat for his 90th birthday, his last birthday. Oh how we loved you Stanley, you gave us much life hearing your stories, listening to the organ, and looking at your train pictures! I will miss him this winter when it snows! He seemed to be stressed in the winter over the snow. He always had concern over the snow needing to be plowed. God bless you Sally, Carissa, and Stephen, you were blessed indeed to have a good father and husband in your lives! I'm sure you'll miss him more than us. We are so sorry he's gone. We loved him and we love you!
Rick and Teri Lynn Lloyd and Family ❤
September 06, 2018
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
September 06, 2018
Wonderful man who expected and extracted the most and the best from his students and players
September 06, 2018
Stanley was a great basketball coach for many years he also took many teams to the Barre auditorium
September 05, 2018
Dear Sally and family
We are sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you, especially the Divine Mercy Chaplet
Your nursing classmate
Claire (Lemieux) Doe
September 05, 2018
Dear Sally & Family,

I am so sorry to hear about Stan's passing. Stan was a major influence on me during my high school years. I never had him in the class room, but rather as a basketball coach for the boys at Milton High School for 4 years. His enthusiasm for, and knowledge of basketball were really "off the charts". He taught me so much about the game and life. He was a true gentleman that I will always remember.

Dave Marshall - Class of 61
September 05, 2018
Deepest sympathy to the family.

Mr. Folsom was a wonderful man, a brilliant coach to us girls on his Milton basketball team, and a gifted musician and artist. I recall him coming to our house and playing a little organ. I fondly remember how he leaned back smiling as he played.

We were lucky to have had him in our young lives coaching us during those long winter evenings on the basketball court at MHS. He believed in us, and we believed in him.

Fond farewell, Mr. Folsom.
Your 1976-78 point guard, #11

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