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Stanley Allan Englund M.D.

1938 - 2013 Notice Condolences
Stanley Allan Englund M.D. Notice
Englund, Stanley Allan, M.D. Age 75, of Pewaukee, Wisconsin, died September 23, 2013 at Waukesha Memorial Hospital, after a difficult battle with Parkinsonism. He was born August 30, 1938 in Chicago, the only child of Sven Olaf and Anna Alvira (Anderson) Englund, who preceded him in death. Survivors include his loving wife, Ramona "Mona;" Lynn (Kamenick) Englund; two sons, Brant Allan Englund, Phoenix, Arizona and Christopher Lee Englund and wife Jessica, Reston Virginia; two granddaughters, Lillian Bella and Chloe Noel Englund; three step-children, Lester Joseph Black III and wife Amber, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Carrie Lynn Jacobsen and husband Jay, Eagle, Wisconsin and Joshua Lucas Wambold and Jenny, Elkhorn, Wisconsin; two step-grandchildren, Brandon Joseph Young and Yzzie Marie Black, and large extended family. Doctor Englund was a proud U.S. Navy Veteran and a flight surgeon during the Vietnam War. In 1956 he graduated as valedictorian with honors from Chicago Vocational School where he majored in machine drafting. In 1960 Doctor Englund graduated with honors from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. He was an Alpha Omega Alpha graduate of the Medical School of Chicago in 1964. Doctor Englund completed Internship and Residency at the U.S. Naval Hospital, Oakland, California. He was board certified in Anesthesiology, a member of the American Society of Anesthesiology, the Medical Society of Wisconsin and the Waukesha Medical Society. He practiced Anesthesiology at Waukesha Memorial Hospital until his retirement in 2005. Stan excelled at whatever he did, and he tried everything! He loved to ski, fly, hike, bike, sail, windsurf, garden, hang gliding and travel. He and Mona traveled extensively. But most of all, he loved spending time with family and friends. He touched so many lives in so many ways. We will miss him dearly. Special thank-you to Mandy, Touching Hearts, and especially my family for helping me take care of Stan when I needed you most. I will miss him so very much. I love you Stan. At the request of the deceased there will be no services. Inurnment will take place at the convenience of the family. Friends may direct memorials to the Wisconsin Parkinson's Foundation or an education fund for the grandchildren through Waukesha State Bank, "Englund Education Fund."
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Sept. 26, 2013
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