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April 19, 2015

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July 23, 2013
We will forever miss you at the Charger games Stu! What a good friend and a better man you were. RIP my friend.
July 23, 2013
So sorry to hear of the passing of Stu, a great man!! You will be missed my friend.
July 12, 2013
Uncle Stu,
You made everything better. Your smile lit up the room. Your sense of humor brightened everyone's day. I love you a lot. Thanks for teaching all of us not to take ourselves too seriously, too enjoy life and love and to travel and have adventures. My life is better having known you.
July 11, 2013
Our wonderful Uncle Stu!!! He was my hero and I'm sure my siblings would say the same. I could write a book with all the memories I have of him. When he was around, the room was alive and happy! The banter between Stu and our Dad, Buddy, was hilarious. My widowed grandmother had married Stu's widowed father and they raised three crazy teenage boys in Washington, D.C. They had many wild adventures together, most of which were intentionally hidden from our ears, even once we were grown. Mostly road trips that involved a lot of beer, I suspect. My father followed Stu to the West Coast just long enough to attend a bit of graduate school and return to D.C. Despite the distance, Stu remained close to my father and all of us. His regular visits brought great joy and festivity. He was always young at heart. I remember 25 or 30 years ago, his coming to Fairfax and crashing on the couch at my little house since my parents didn't have better accomodations. On that trip he told me all about his special "lady friend" whose name is also Nancy, just like me. I LOVE YOU UNCLE STU, Nancy Evelyn Jawish
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