In Memory

Stanley Cowan

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01/14/11 11:22 AM #1    

Val Jackson

 I talk to Stanley's sister all the time. He passed in 71'. I don't think he walked with us. Hell of a tackle. 

01/17/11 11:15 AM #2    

Norman Thole

Big Stan we use to laugh and have a blast in class. He could make me laugh and I could make him laugh. It was a mixture that I am sure was very disruptive but we had a good time.

04/25/11 04:15 AM #3    

Dennis Werner

Stan was not only a great Tackle in FootBall, he was also a great Bass Singer for the North Hi Singers(the mixed ensamble). Funniest story I can remember about Stan is Melvin Harris(71),and Stan, and myself were with the singers doing a program at the old Holiday INN down town. We were on one of the top floors and needed  to go out for air, but Stan was afraid of heights, so it took both Melvin and myself to convince him to go outside his eyes rolled back into the back of his head and he turned green. Melvin and I thought he was going to die right there on that spot. He is thought of as a great friend and will always be in my thoughts. The world lost a great person when we lost Stan

07/21/11 09:20 AM #4    

Beverly Livas (Cummings)

Stan and i was best of friend he took me to the Prom and I was also his partner for graduation. Stan was a very sweet guy his mom and my mom was friend  and i remember he needed a partner to walk with for graduation and since i didn't have  one we decided to walk together due to our parent ideas.  He will always be remember i still have photo of him and i at the prom wow. May his soul rest in peace because he will always be missed.  Peace......Bevy Livas(Cummings)

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