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April 22, 2014
Maria, Louis,and Mary. I am deeply shocked and saddened to hear of your loss. I lived across the street from Stanley in Yazoo City and was a fellow cadet at The Citadel. I visited at your home many years ago and was so delighted to meet you. Stanley was such a fine and generous gentleman. He will be always remembered and much missed. Please know you are in my prayers... Harry Spell
April 14, 2014
Ms. Maria and Family,
I'm so sorry for your loss.Stanley was such a great person. Our days at The Citadel are filled with so many memories that I tear up just thinking about them. We were able to renew and redo many of them year before last in Charleston for the T Company reunion. Stanley showed this "yankee" many times what being a Southern Gentleman entailed. I will miss him - may he rest in peace and know how many people loved him !
April 12, 2014
Stan was my classmate at The Citadel---the Yahoo from Yazoo--- a good man and will be missed by many. See ya' on the other side Stan!!
April 12, 2014
I am a TANGO Classmate & recall a sweet and VERY GENTLEMANLY man.

Stan was always the first to smile, always the first to assist. Yet he did own a mischievous demeanor...ALWAYS FUN!

Stanley, Stanley...how you will be missed!!

Like "RedBall", we enjoyed our sweet reunion in 2005, but wish I could have seen more of you...Sad to also find that I lived/worked in Dayton, mid-late 90's & never knew we were in same area...

John 8:7 Johnny (Ears)
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