Condolence: Dear Mrs. Clark and family...I'd just like to pass on my deepest condolences to the family. I was just remembering the many great hockey games we you used to have on your backyard family rink on Chapman Rd...many in which Stan would join us for some fun! I also remember his great singing in the choir at St. Mathias church which our family attended for many years. Thinking of you all in this difficult period, Sincerely, Bill Hanley, Barrie On
Condolence: Uncle stan you will be dearly missed by all your family and friends you were a caring and wonderful man and a great part of our family your memory will live on and never be forgotten love ya uncle bunky xoxo David Jennifer Isabella Aleksander Armstrong
Condolence: Our deepest heartfelt condolences to the Clark family for your loss. Stan was one of a kind a more gentle soul you could not find.
Cherish the memories and celebrate his life as he may be gone but will never be forgotten.
You will all be in our thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow. May the sliver fox rest in peace.
With Love Carlo & Janet Furgiuele & Family
Condolence: My dear uncle Stan, I feel with your passing that it’s the end of an era. My uncle had such a strong presence in our family. Always quick with a joke, a big bear hug and smile. I’m so blessed to have the wonderful memories my bunky left me. I take these moments wherever I go now. Your storytelling was one of your greatest gifts...... now we will continue your story through the many family and friends surrounding you now and always. I love you forever.
Lisa Armstrong xo
Condolence: Dear Leah and family,
We have lifelong treasured memories of Stan...he was the athlete that Doug and I aspired to be...he was the much loved Uncle Stan ‘with the white hair’ to our kids...he was the proud and devoted father and husband that everyone admired...he was certainly one special guy...and we will miss him.
As you remember the love...as you mourn the loss...may you always celebrate his life.
With love...Dave and Ruby.