Stanley-Cranstoun-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Poulson & Van Hise Funeral Directors - Lawrenceville

Stanley B. Cranstoun

Feb 7, 1931 - Aug 20, 2013

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Dear Anne Marie,
My mother passed a long your father's obituary to me. Of course I was saddened by the news. Its hard to believe so much time has passed since our younger days growing up in Lawrenceville. I have wonderful memories of you and your brothers, your parents, the house on Green Ave. and "Corky" the dog. We certainly had good times together. I hope you and your siblings are all doing well. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Mandy Schroeder Bozarth

It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.

Dear Annemarie,

We saw your father's handsome face in the paper and we were sorry to read of his passing. This news stirred up many happy memories of our times with the Cranstoun family on Green Avenue. Your mother and I doing Brownies and you and Mandy running back and forth between houses for play dates. They were happy times. It sounds like your dad had a wonderful new life. I see you and your brothers are happily married. We send our sympathy to all of you.

Mary...

Grandpa Stan was one of the most wonderful Men in my life, my Husband, John's, and my boys - John IV and Chris lives - we all loved Grandpa and enjoyed many holidays and visits with him. Such a wonderful husband to Sandra for the past 26 years, even through his difficult illness the last few years.

Love Always,

Anne (John III, John IV, Chris and Sugar) Curtis

Dear Sandra and family, We are sorry for your loss. We enjoyed talking to you and Stan in Chandler Hall. You were very devoted to him. You are in our prayers. Love, Michael and Linda Somers (Ernie's daughter)

Deepest sympathies to Stan's loved ones on your loss. May your memories of him remain vivid and help to console you.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Dear Sandra and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. We've lived next door now for over 11 years. John recalls Stan stopping by on occasion to chat while he was working in the yard, and they had enjoyable conversations.
We also enjoy good memories from your fun and beautiful birthday celebration in 2009 when we met the family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

My deepest condolences to Stan's wife Sandra, his children Mark, Steve, Ann Marie, and Jamey, and all his grandchildren. I pray the Lord will provide His strength in your hour of need.

Stan's keen intelligence, sense of humor, and love of golf made him a pleasure to be around.

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Stanley's Obituaries

Stanley B. Cranstoun, 82, of Yardley, died peacefully on Tuesday at Chandler Hall in Newtown.Born in Princeton, Mr. Cranstoun was a longtime Lawrenceville resident before moving to Yardley twenty-six years ago.Mr. Cranstoun graduated from Princeton High School class of 1949. He had attended both...

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