The online guestbook for Stanley Goldberg

Posted on May 14, 2017
Posted by: James M. Warden
From: Kansas City MO


Posted on May 15, 2017
Posted by: Janet Nelson
From: Canton CT

Message: For many years Stan and I worked on the same floor at The Hartford. We were among the few who chose to flex to the latest acceptable hours, and then worked even later. During the evening Stan would make the rounds to see who else was working late and have a friendly visit. I always enjoyed that break and missed Stan's visits after I retired. Condolences to Stan's family. He was a unique and special soul.

Posted on May 15, 2017
Posted by: Patty Connelly
From: West Hartford CT

Message: Sad to hear of Stan's passing. My sincere condolences to Stan's extended family and friends. I worked with Stan at The Hartford for the last decade I was there. Many of those years my desk was near his. He was always respectful and very kind to me. We both liked music and we would talk about different musicians. I was surprised when he almost always knew of more obscure musicians that I would bring up. He also was quite humorous and kept me light-hearted and laughing during some very difficult years in my life. I bid him peace. Blessings and Shalom, Patty

Posted on May 15, 2017
Posted by: Stephen Stephanian
From: Simsbury Connecticut

Message: I worked with Stanly for many years. Very quiet guy with a sneaky sense of humor. Very sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family.

Posted on May 15, 2017
Posted by: Sandy Gabree
From: Willington CT

Message: Stanley was quite the character. We sat next to each other at The Hartford for several years. Some days he'd quietly sneak in to work at 10 am, looking like he'd been up all night, usually not uttering a word, carrying his XXLarge coffee and a 6 inch pile of napkins wrapped around his cup. He'd grunt a little and sit down, then peer over at me and say "hey, little mama, what's goin' on?". If I were busy or on the phone he'd roll up napkins and throw them at me to get my attention and then crack up until I'd pay attention to him. He always made me laugh...He was very intelligent, knew his stuff, not only technically but he knew all about the audit business and shared his knowledge freely. He was very fond of his family, cared deeply for his parents and brother and was crazy about his niece. Some people didn't know how to take Stan's subtle humor, but he always made me laugh. I can still hear his laugh - sometimes his laugh alone would get me in peace my friend.

Posted on May 16, 2017
Posted by: Paul Lariviere
From: Colchester CT

Message: I worked with Stan for a number of years at the Hartford, as a co-worker and as a desktop support person. I never saw him get angry. He was always polite, kind and helpful to all. He was very bright and I am sorry that the Goldberg family has lost Stan. I will keep the family in my prayers. God bless you all!

Posted on May 16, 2017
Posted by: Doug Steele
From: Ashford CT

Message: I remember Stan joining The Hartford over 35 years ago...he always was upbeat and willing to help others whenever asked. An extremely smart person, Stan's work was spot on and I always found it very much fun to work with him. While he kept to himself, Stan will be missed by all who were fortunate enough to get to know him.

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