Stan-Bosler-Obituary

Stan Bosler

Palm Springs, California

1929 - 2017 (Age 88)

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Stan Boyd Bosler Born September 14, 1929 in Los Angeles, CA, lifelong Torrance resident Stan Boyd Bosler died on December 21, 2017. He graduated from Inglewood High School, El Camino College and Cal State Los Angeles with a BA and MA. He taught at Lennox and Hawthorne High Schools for...

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Stan befriended my Mom, Lily when they were at Huntington together. He moved away but remembered Mom's birthday and came back to leave a Birthday card for her. I read his kind words to her while she lay in bed a few days before she passed. I know they are friends again in Heaven. Mom's birthday is just a few days after Stan's,
Sept 14th and Sept 19th. Happy Birthday!

RIP Stan. I brought Stan to his last apartment. I was his leasing agent and visited him sometimes. I wasn't at work last couple months when he passed. He told me the first month living there he had already made good friends. I was happy to of helped him.

I still remember Mr. B and friends having coffee and cake after school at my house. (My mom had spent the afternoon baking.) It doesn't seem so long ago.

"What we have done for ourselves alone, dies with us. What we have done for others and the world, remains and is immortal."

Author Unknown....


"Here's to future meetings, and happy greetings then.

Here's to those we drank with and never can again.

To live in hearts...

I still remember Mr. B having coffee and cake at my house with friends after school. It doesn't seem like such a long time ago.

"What we have done for ourselves alone, dies with us. What we have done for others and the world, remains and is immortal."

Author unknown.....

"Here's to future meetings and happy greetings then.

Here's to those we drank with and never can again.

To live in hearts we leave behind is surely not...

Fond memories of Mr. Bosler from Lennox High. Glad he had a good life.

Stan enjoyed visiting the Flight Path Museum at LAX, an historian at heart and a true friend of aviation and the museum staff.

Cheers for Stan!

Ethel Pattison
LAX Historian

An avid genealogist is very much a historian, first. Pensively lodging in places, times and people of long ago to present times. Many have journeyed with Stan on these adventures because of the oneness of appreciation. May you long enjoy those memories . Luke 1:1,3; Ps. 62:11,12.

My condolences to the Bosler family and friends. May you rely on God for strength during this difficult time, because he cares for you.1peter 5:6,7. Arlene NY.

Rest in peace Mr. Bosler