I met Stan when I first interviewed at BAE, and he immediately made me feel comfortable, like I knew him for years. I really enjoyed working with Stan, as he was brilliant, yet had no ego, and was willing to help out in any way he could. He was always very positive and supportive, and had a great sense of humor. Stan is deeply missed.
Stan, You were the greatest brother-in-law in the world. I miss you so much.
Dear Mardee and Ari,
We are very sorry to hear of Stan's passing. There is really nothing one can say at a time like this, but know you are thought of often. We hope, after some time, the pain will pass and the memories you all share will carry you though.
With deepest sympathy,
Don, Anne Marie and Emily Kolaya
I knew Stan in graduate school at Berkeley during the early '70's, of course a strange time. He and I were in the same field of mathematics there (topology), he one or two years my senior, so we were often in the same seminars, etc. He was an inspiration to us youngsters - very energetic and full of life. I regret not having kept in touch and offer my sympathy to his family.
Stan was a wonderful member of the BAE Family. His kindness, patience, and dedication is missed by many. I know that many of us are thinking of Stan and his family. I am personally saddened, and I am so thankful for having had the opportunity to know and work with him.
I am very sorry to hear about Stan. Stan and I worked together on and off for the last 10 years, and he was one of the brightest people I have ever worked with. My condolences to all of you.
Please accept our deepest sympathy regarding Stan's passing. May your faith in God console you and help the two of you through this difficult time. We did not know Stan well but the couple of times that we did meet he was a very kind and gentle man who loved his family very much.
Stan was among my favorite people growing up. He had one of the best senses of humor that I have ever learned from. The world will be a more boring place without him.
Dear Mardee and Ari:
We are so, so sorry to hear about Stan! Please know you are in our thoughts and that Stan has a special place in our hearts. Karen, Wayne and Neil
Dear Mardee and Ari,
Stan was my best friend growing up. We walked to school together. We played ball together, learned to ice skate together, planted flowers and vegetables together. Listened to classical music together and he even converted me to a Detroit Tigers fan. We both idolized Harvey Keane and Al Kaline. I so enjoyed my visits to Succasunna, NJ each summer. It seemed like thousands of miles away from Queens, NY where we were neighbors. I was always depressed when I left to go back home.
He was my smartest friend. He was like a brother to me growing up. I didn't know what he was doing when he read books entitled Differential equations, Matrix theory and Tensor analysis. He didn't seem like a nerd to me then. Maybe they didn't exist at the time. He was so very well rounded. He also read comics and science fiction. I was so proud of his going to Stuyvesant High School. Winning scholarships. Getting his PHD at Berkeley. I told everyone about him. He was the perfect friend. We didn't see much of each other as adults, but he was always in my heart. I did not know of his illness and was shocked at the news of his death. He will always be in my heart and thoughts as long as I live. Stan I am so saddened by the thought of you not being here anymore. I do not know what to say to Mardee and Ari except I loved Stan and anyone who loved him.
Janet and I were very sad to learn of Stan's passing and wish to express our sincerest condolences to you and Ari. We enjoyed the times together at Wooster and Stan's passing is a reminder how life can be so frail. With deepest sympathies, Janet and Terry Boyd
Dear Mardee & Ari, we are so sorry to hear of Stan's passing. I know no words can alleviate your pain now, but I just wanted you to know that we are thinking of you and hope that you are alright. May you find comfort in each other and in the memories that you share of Stan. Love, Nancy & Tim
Mardee and Ari,
Anyone who was lucky enough to have known Stan will be mourning each day with you. Stan was one of the kindest, gentlest men I have ever known. The extension of his caring and compassion for animals demonstrated the size of his heart. I felt privileged to have been able to call Stan a friend, and I know the world is a lesser place with Stan's departure from it. I will hold you both in my heart and keep you always in my prayers.
Dear Mardee and Ari
There are no words to say how sad and sorry I am for your loss. Nancy and I were just talking about you this weekend, and I said I need to call Mardee. We Love You....please call when you feel that you are ready.Love you Cuz, Katie
Dear Mardee and Ari-
There are no words ...
Much too young ...
Dear Mardee and Ari,
We are greatly saddened to hear of Stan's passing. He was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. You have a place in our hearts our thoughts. Love, Sarajon and George
Our confolences on the passing of Stan. He will be missed.
Dear Mardee and Ari,
I had the honor of working with Stan years ago in the advanced systems department of Loral. Stan was alwys ready to help and share his extensive knowlege. We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers. May G-d console you and you should not know of any more sorrow.
Dear Mardee & Ari,
Please accept our most heartfelt thoughts and condolences regarding the passing of Stanley. We are so sorry for your loss.
Manchester VNA Hospice
Mardee and Ari, you are in our thoughts at this difficult time. We enjoyed knowing Stan when the boys were in Wooster together and he will be missed.
To the family and friends of Stan, I am very sorry for your loss. Stan was a wonderful person to work with - very smart with a great sense of humor! He spoke very fondly of his family which of course included his lovable dog. He will definitely be missed, but he leaves with us many great memories to remember him by. May God continue to comfort and stregthen you all during this time.
My sympathy to Mardee and Ari. I worked with Stan in 2003 to 2005, but that didn't stop us from catching up on each other's family when we ran into one another. He loved his family, and his bulldogs very much. I will miss my friend, Stan, very much.