Stanley Warren Gensler
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Stanley Warren Gensler
Stanley Warren Gensler M.D., 85 of Massapequa, New York and West Palm Beach, Florida, passed away peacefully on April 3, 2021, surrounded by his loved ones.
Son of Bertha and Ernest Gensler he received an undergraduate degree from New York University and his Medical Degree from Einstein College of Medicine. Stan served as Captain in the Army Medical Corps in Vietnam, after which time he settled in Massapequa. It was his home for over 50 years. During this time, he became Chief of Surgery at Brunswick General Hospital.
He and his wife created a home for family and friends alike, open to one and all. He was a member of the Massapequa Buildings and Grounds Committee and volunteered for many years in his children's and grandchildren's classrooms. He also volunteered at Mounts Botanical Gardens and Meyer Academy in West Palm Beach.
Stan leaves behind his best friend and wife of almost 57 years, Rosemary and his three children, Susan (Evan), Hilary (John) and David (Jennifer) as well as his grandchildren: Becca, Aaron, Zachary, Samantha, Hayley, Jacob, Annabelle, Caroline and Mollie. He is also survived by his brother, Marvin (Patty) and his sister, Harriet (Walter).
Stanley's death is a tremendous loss to his family and friends. He touched countless lives in countless ways and will be sorely missed by all.

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Published in The Palm Beach Post from Apr. 5 to Apr. 6, 2021.
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April 6, 2021
My condolences to friends and family of this wonderful man with whom I trained, worked and befriended.
Alvin stein
April 6, 2021
Worked on the other side of the drapes with Stan at Brunswick from 1989 until 2001. Outside of the OR, remember with fondness when he invited me to bring my young son, 5 years old at the time, along for his first boat ride and fishing trip! We caught the bait with the huge net he kept in his backyard, then went out. My son caught a Sea Robin in about 5 seconds, but after seeing what it looked like (prehistoric), we threw it right back. He allowed my son to drive the boat for a little bit, and Stan was very calm and matter of fact when my son drove the boat onto a sandbar that wasn't visible. That calm and matter-of-fact was always present in the OR. He'll be missed. My heartfelt sympathy to the family.
richard peters
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