STANLEY SILVERSTONE
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SILVERSTONE--Stanley J., Psychoanalyst, 77, on November 4, 2009. Beloved husband of Barbara Silverstone, lovingly remembered by his children Karen Beckerman, Julia Shaida and Fred Melamed and their loving spouses Michael, Chris, Leslee and his grandchildren Charles, Bernard, Isabel, Anna, Jack, Lee and Alec. Visitation Saturday, 6-9pm. Service on Sunday, 12 noon at Frank E. Campbell Madison Ave. and 81st St. In lieu of flowers, donations to Calvary Hospital would be appreciated.


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Published in New York Times on Nov. 5, 2009.
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October 30, 2020
Eleven years gone and in our hearts every day. Stan, we miss you and treasure our years with you. Wherever you are, I hope you are smiling when you hear me say, "Here's to you, Woofie!"
Karen
Daughter
November 16, 2009
We still miss you so much Stan and think of you every day. I've told so many people about you, and especially what an amazing musician you were, a side of you not everybody understood.

When the stars shine and the rain falls. Cloudy or clear. We'll think of you.
Mike
November 15, 2009
Let the rains
Wash you clean.
And the sun dry your tears.

Allow the comfort of angel wings
Gently wrapped around you
Rock you to sleep.

The night offers peace
And the morning promises joy.

Believe and there will be
A sweet spirit
Come to take you home again.


Now your soul is free.



In loving memory for Dr. Stan Silverstone 11/8/09
from Alan Younger
Alan Younger
November 10, 2009
Dear Barbara-

I was so sorry to hear of the recent death of your husband. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of grief and sorrow. Sincerly, Ellie Johnson (Chattanooga, TN)
Eleanor Johnson
November 9, 2009
Today we buried Stan out in the sandy soil of eastern Long Island. Stan's friend's Si said the land it was on was reclaimed from the water using dikes decades ago. A most beautiful spot. We said a few prayers, sang a few songs, and lowered the coffin into the groud. Using a shovel borrowed from the local General Store, we showed our love and respect, and said farewell to Stan by shoveling dirt onto the coffin. By the way, the last opening of the coffin was just before he was lowered. Barbara had found a picture of herself holding Charlie as a baby that Stan had carried with him in his wallet. We stuck it in with the prayer shawls.

As we left the workers had finished filling in the grave and placed flowers on it. The site looked perfect.

We'll miss you so much Stan and look forward to coming to this spot to talk to you in the coming months and years.
Michael Beckerman
November 6, 2009
Dear Barbara,
So sorry to hear about your loss. I hope that you will be surrounded by the love and support of family and friends during this difficult time. May God's peace rest in your hearts.
Alice Tennis
November 6, 2009
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
beverly stuckey
November 5, 2009
Dear Barbara, Children, and the entire Silverstone Family,

On behalf of myself and the Alliance, I am sending my sincere heartfelt sympathy for your loss. I pray that you find comfort and strength during this very difficult time.

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal." ~Author Unknown

Love and prayers,
Jonette Arms
November 5, 2009
Stan, We miss you so much today! The twinkle, the giggle-inducing roll of the eyes and most especially your kiss, even when you could move nothing below your face. At 10 I learned from you a truer slant to the universe, at 11, what inner courage and fun really mean. Your spirit and love for us all survived years of suffering, which in retrospect we only now can start to comprehend.
From playing the harmonica to me, a sick kid with the flu, to flirting with 1 yo Charlie with dueling chromatics, we miss you so very much, and take you with us every day in our souls, our minds, and mostly our hearts. Good night sweet woofie,
Karen Jean Palmore Silverstone Beckerman
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