West Palm Beach, Florida

Age 77


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Family-Placed ObituaryOTTO STAHL, Jr. Former Chatham, NJ Businessman Otto Stahl, Jr., age 77, entered into eternal rest after a long illness on March 28, 2012 in Jupiter, FL. He will be remembered as one of the principal owners of National Manufacturing Co., Inc. situated for many years at...

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I'm appalled that I forgot to mention Otto John. My head was thinking of those that passed with whom he is now...and forgot to mention his living son. His family also consists of a smart, vibrant son, Otto John. He has special needs and lives/works in Pennsylvania. My Uncle Otto was a loving father to him...bringing Otto John to the house down the shore to swim on weekends and buying “the boys” at the house pizza, taking him for “apple pie,” and mailing him videos we knew he loved even...

My memories of my darling Uncle Otto being in my life go back before I can remember having memories and all of them were great. He treated me with endless kindness, respect and consideration my entire life. My 10th birthday party at the Shiki Steakhouse with sparklers, my college graduation in which he sat in the rain all day to hear my name be called, our crazy road trips to Florida, our very vocal cooking lessons and the battle over the turkey, visits to my job to take me for lunch, my...

I'm proud to have a great classmate and a fellow reunion commitee member like Otto.

All is well, nothing is past, nothing is lost, in one brief moment we will all be together again in joy.

Otto was a loyal friend to Irvington High School and was involved with the 2005 reunion , to
which he made significant donations. God's peace to his family.

You were a good friend in High School, I've always remembered you.

Bob Wedin, North Carolina

I am very sorry to hear about Otto's passing. He was a loyal IHS'55 classmate, who attended all reunions. He would call me twice or more a year to update me, and to enquire about our class web-site which I administer. I will miss him and his calls.

I am very sad about Otto's passing. He was an enthusiastic IHS'55 classmate; attending all reunions. He also called me at least twice a year to keep in touch. He called me last week to update me on his illness and to update himself on our class web-site that I administer. I will miss his calls and his loyalty to the class, as I am sure many from IHS'55 will as well.

I have known you since I was a little girl! You were one of my Dad's best friends. You will be missed! My love and prayers for you and your family.