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Stanley George Parry
Dec. 28, 1936-Aug. 19, 2017
Palo Alto, California
From Donald Allen
Sept. 23, 2017

Stan set my life compasses early on, in law school, and they have guided me ever since - now for 50 years. I shall remain always in his debt.

From Ruth Maitless
Sept. 21, 2017

I had the privilege of working with Stan on the CAC board as well as on the activities in the formation of Page Mill Court in Palo Alto. I remember the times we spent together as not only delightful but also memorable in relation to the results we were able to bring about. I will always remember Stan with great fondness. I am so sorry for his loss, not only because we never got our chance to have a "catch up" lunch together, but also because he will be so sorely missed by so many. His life made a great difference to so many. Thank you Stan. May you rest in peace and may your memory be a blessing to all those who knew and loved you.

From Jeffrey D Parry
Sept. 6, 2017

I am Stanley's oldest son. He was a fantastic father who raised me in Palo Alto along with my brother Christopher. He played with us at Bul Park, Rinconada pool and the bay lands duck pond. He coached our AYSO teams and attended every little league game. He helped develop and support my photography hobby. He helped me with childhood therapy after my parents divorced and took care of me on the weekdays. He put me through a university and he brought us to many A's games. He brought us camping in Yosemite as a child and instilled in us a good work ethic and to value the golden rule as well as some zen philosophy. I traveled with him to France to view the Gothic Cathedrals a few times as well. His vast knowledge of history and politics as well as health care issues was always a fascinating discussion. I will greatly miss him but I am very proud of him.

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