Stuart-Rider-Obituary

Stuart Williams Rider Jr.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Many happy thoughts of you, Georgiana, and Stu! And thoughts are with you. I wish I could take some of that pain you are feeling and lighten your burden. Fondly, Mary Arundel

To the friends and family of Stuart Rider:
My thoughts are with you.
Stuart was a very significant influence in my life and career. Some humorous words of wisdom i remember from Stuart were: When meeting someone who's name i could not recall, i should mumble " unintelligibly" any name ! (Thus acknowledging the individual.)
Happy Trails Stuart!
Fred Lehmann

To the Rider Family, My deepest condolences on your loss. he was a very special individual. His understanding and help toward, my mother Vi Davies in her time of need will never be forgotten.

To Georgiana, and all of the Rider family, please accept my most sincere condolences for your loss. He was such a kind, caring man toward my mother Vi Davies and, myself. I will never forget all he did. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers during this time.

To the Rider Family and Friends. Please accept my sincere condolences. My father W. Harry Davis, and Stu were school board members during some very challenging times in Mpls. However, they stood strong and made the eduation of our youth better.

Annie and family,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's death. Our thoughts are wending their way from Massachusetts to you. Love, Marnie Bolstad and Tom Hanold

Stuart was a terrific person, and we are so glad we got to know him and Gorfy when they wintered in La Jolla. Please accept our sincere condolences. Much love, Liz and Les Stiel

Mary and family,

My sympathy in the loss of your father. May he rest in peace.

Stephanie Westphal Hutson

Wish we could be at the memorial. We will miss your smile and infectious laughter dear Great Uncle Stuart. Love to everyone who is mourning you right now, Rafaela, Andrew and Corina.

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Stuart's Obituary

Stuart Rider passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on August 21, 2011.