“So sorry for your loss. Stan was a terrific uncle to me . He helped me develop my love of sports. When I was a little boy I would go watch him play softball. He was quite an athlete. He loved his family so much and he had a generous and fun personality. He will be missed.
“Caren and family, I'm so sorry to have just heard of the passing of your dear daddy. How lucky you were to have had such a wonderful influence and friend in your life. What a great man he was and so proud to have such a wonderful family to spend his life with. We are all truly blessed to have known him.
“We are sorry for your loss, and are keeping the whole family in our thoughts during this time.
“Etta, I am so sorry for your loss. Although I do not know you well, I can see the love and joy in your family and I know now where that comes from.
Wishing you happy memories that fill your heart with contentment rather than sadness during this difficult time.
“Caren & family, I'm out of town and just saw this. I am so, so sorry for your loss. I lost my Dad 14 years ago. It's very hard to lose a "Daddy." My thoughts and strength go out to you and your family. Jody Weinberg
“Caren and family, we are all so deeply saddened by Stan's loss. The last few years I have come to know and admire him.I hope you enjoy the photo.
“Stan, I have come to know you a bit in the last couple years during Scott and Jenna's courtship..You are that great combination of Friend, a "ladiesman" , and a "mansman"...thank you, doug Falan
“My sympathy to all Stan's Family. He will be greatly
My symphony to Stans family.He will be missed.
“so sorry we can't be there to celebrate his life on Wednesday. Stan was larger than life, a friend and adviser. Sid will miss brainstorming with him for all their mutual friends and clients.
Sid and Joy Kaplan
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Stanley Schweitzer passed away in Edina, Minnesota. Funeral Home for Services for Stanley are being provided by Hodroff-Epstein Memorial Chapels. Obit is featured in Star Tribune.