Stanley was my advisee and student in Latin-- he was a wonderful, wonderful student and I am so saddened to hear of his passing. I always remember his passion for life-long learning and eagerness to delve into a new topic or chapter. I'm grateful for the time we've shared and our mutual passion for the ancient world.
I never had Stan in class, but it was always a pleasure to have his enthusiastic presence in the department. My condolences to his family, and we will miss him.
Stan took two classes I taught at the University of Iowa: Classical and New Testament Greek II (Spring of 2016 or so...) and more recently, Latin Prose Composition, in Spring 2022. I really enjoyed having him in class - as mentioned in his obituary, he was indeed a lifelong learner. Curious, studious, a great presence in class. I really enjoyed all of my conversations with him. I'm sad I won't see him again. All my sympathies.
I worked with Stan, first at American Testronics and then at ACT. He was a talented colleague with a quick wit and a fabulous work ethic. My sympathies to his family.
I had the pleasure to work with Stan at ACT. He was a blast to work with. Those were great times. RIP my friend.
Stan and I met through our work at ACT. We enjoyed many conversations about local politics and our work at ACT. My sympathies to Daniel and the family on Stan's passing.
Peg and I extend our sympathy for the families loss in the death of Stan. We came to know Stan during the portion of his career at ACT. The picture selected for his obit captures how we remember Stan—he also had an expression when pondering and preparing to answer a question—I thought perhaps more to permit me to think the question had merit no matter how simple he perceived it—while our relationship was of a “hallway” character, I valued it greatly—always feeing better after my exchanges with Stan—the world is a bit emptier absent Stan’s smile, a loss for all—again you have our sympathy—Don and Peg Carstensen
I worked with Stan for a number of years at ACT and I always enjoyed his quick mind and his wit. He was a fine colleague and friend during that time. Daniel, I knew how deeply Stan was committed to you. I'm sorry for your loss. Caryl Lyons