Stanley L. Wolfson

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Stan never got excited or worked up over all the little things that could go wrong. He was easy going and always willing to help. He helped me the first week at WCCO get to know all the players we would deal with. Stan was a floor director at a time when technology could never replace the man working the studio floor. Stan will be missed greatly.

Once in a while mom (Mary Davies/Carmen) would let us come to the taping of her show. I remember Stan very fondly. He was such a kind and funny man. He was part of a warm and happy atmosphere in the studio. My sympathy to his family and friends.

I loved Stan as one of my "Skunkies" when we were taping Axel and later, my show (Carmen the Nurse) What a good man.

Teaching at Park View Montessori, I saw the students light up, when Stan came to volunteer. He was so genuine and tender with them. He was always smiling, and adored by everyone in the school.

Ellen, David and I will be with you in spirit tomorrow, wishing we could enjoy the tales of the times and travels you and Stan had together which we know will be forthcoming. A very special man - who chose the perfect partner.
Susan Stuart and David Nelson

I have many fond memories of Stan at WCCO. He was always so good to work with.

I am sorry I can't be with you on Sunday.

Dave Andre

Sorry to hear of Stan's death. I was blessed to work with him at WCCO in the 1980s. Stan was such a colorful and interesting person. I was reminded that as I read his obit in the paper earlier this week. Blessings to your family!

Some of the most wonderful moments of our lives were spent at the Towers enjoying the hospitality, joy, and compassion of Stan and Ellen. Stan was famous for smoked/grilled turkey drumsticks finished in the Towers courtyard, on his own grill, sometimes in the rain, always with Stan's special love and attention.

I will always remember Stan as being one of the most influential people in much daughters lives. Stan's patience and love have shown through both Jessica and Julia. He volunteered countless hours in their classroom and worked directly with both girls to help them learn the basic skills in which to succeed in school. Jessica graduated on time with her class despite her autism and adhd because of the formative years spent with Stan in first through third grades. His memory is cherished in...


Stanley's Obituary

Stanley Wolfson passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on December 5, 2012.