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From Richard Wilkinson

Stan's laugh and good cheer are special memories, of course. Yet as I consider how Stan touched my life, it's in his spirit of acceptance. I always felt better, stronger, and more capable after meeting with him. I am glad during my brief leadership role with ICA that I could be part of setting the Rite of Passage Journeys program free. Stan had much to do with helping us get to the right decision. Stan's flame burned brightly and helped others grow to become more what they hoped to be. Somehow Stan had a calming affect on me, yet one that challenged me to aspire to my higher self. I never went on a Rite of Passage Journey--my experience with Stan were meetings at the former ICA office in Wallingford or lunch at the Chinese restaurant near my office--a couple of short visits to Songaia, too. Stan followed his own path to riches in his life and his relationships. His was a life well-lived. We are that much better off for his having shared his journey and dreams with us.

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