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If I can everybody will know your songs hope you like hanging out with Elvis and hank

I miss you Stan

Stan was a great friend and Gable House buddy. We graduated together from the College of Wooster in 1967. Stan was as creative as a person can get. He was a great cartoonist and songwriter as well as an avid and expert antique clock collector. Stan will be greatly missed.

So sorry to hear of Stans passing he always fixed my clocks and I bought a few from him always happy to see the clocks ticking and tocking and his charming French wife. He will be missed.

We met Stan in 1994 when we bought our Grandfather clock from him. He's been servicing our clock through the years and became a good friend to my husband and I. We will miss him dearly. Our love and prayers to the family.

Rest in Peace, Stan. You were sooo much fun to work for, and you will be dearly missed. My Grandfather Clock from you is now more cherished than ever. Fly free, my friend.

Rest in Peace, Stan. You were so fun to work for.

Tampa has lost a landmark of a man.

my husband an I would go in his shop back in the eighty when we live in Tampa he had clocks from all over the world


Stan's Obituary

GOOD, Stan, 67, of Tampa, passed away on October 12, 2013. Born November 29, 1945, in Cleveland, OH, Stan obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree at the College of Wooster and later served in the Vietnam War with the U.S. Army. Along with his wife, Stan was co-owner and co-operator of his family...

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