“Hey Em, I remember talking to your dad on the phone when we were in Gatlinburg and how "hot" I thought he was. I am so sorry and wish I were there to hug your neck.
“To the Stanley Family: We were deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Although no words can really help to ease the pain you bear, just know that you are very close in thought and prayer.
“The warm, quick smile and that twinkle in his eye...Freddie was such a good neighbor and friend to all who knew him. Mowing lawns, sharing fresh garden tomatoes and always a kind word. My thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
“Freddie always came into Lennies with a "Hi Girls" and friendly smile & hug. He never seemed to complain for himself. With his sweetness to all and smiles, he was one of the handsome ones. We'll surely miss you Fred. RIP
“So very sorry to hear for your loss. That neighborhood will never be the same. What a great guy....He will be terribly missed by all.....
“Rest in Peace Freddie. I remember all the good times we had going to school together terrorizing the librarian Mrs Arbo.
“Sure had a fun times back in the day...Rest in peace my ole friend
“Freddie was one of our favorite customers and we will miss his visits. He always had a smile for us and he made a point of saying hello to everyone. RIP Freddie, you will be missed! Our prayers go out to the family. The girls at the bank- Jodi,
Debbie and Michelle.
“fred, you will truely be missed.
MEDWAY - Frederick E. "Freddie" Stanley, 59, passed away peacefully Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013, after a short illness at a Bangor hospital. He was born Feb. 19, 1953, in Medway, son of Carroll H. and Emma L. (Lee) Stanley. Freddie grew up in Medway, and was a graduate of Schenck High School,...Read More