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You are here: Home Resources Memories of Stan From Ed Feldmanis

From Ed Feldmanis

Stan Crow has completed his life. Stan was particularly concerned about the initiation of youngsters into adulthood. He wanted boys to be successful men. I knew him only as a mellow revolutionary, a man of faith, and not as firey youthful warrior. I loved Stan for his kindness & his willingness to teach. Stan believed that we are all of God's family. I already miss him.

From Ed Feldmanis:  Stan Crow has completed his life. Stan was particularly concerned about the initiation of youngsters into adulthood. He wanted boys to be successful men. I knew him only as a mellow revolutionary, a man of faith, and not as firey youthful warrior. I loved Stan for his kindness & his willingness to teach. Stan believed that we are all of God's family. I already miss him. 


I spent too few precious hours with Stan, sharing a meal and discussing men's roles in the world. We talked about how we come into adulthood and how it is that elders facilitate that passage that in no way peers can. We lamented the absence of men in the lives of gang members. Stan and I never really worked together 40 years ago but every time we met we had precious and significant interchanges of ideas. We always picked up where we left off as if the time interlude did not matter. In one sense Stan & I are cut from the same cloth and have deep abiding cares. Stan expressed his in his love for everyone. I knew the man, I loved him, I believe in the things he stood for and I miss him already.

 

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