Condolence & Memory Journal

Ma Cherie je suis si fiere de toi , tu as toujours ete une psoeisnae et determinee dans tout ce que tu as entreprie , excuse mon Francais , ca fait si longtemps .Ta grand soeur , ta tante , ton amie .LuLubelle

Posted by Yara - R99Lz772D, AK - qoaekJXokV   April 12, 2015

I will never forget Stan.

Posted by Pat - Lancaster, CA   April 10, 2015

Stans humor will be forever remembered. I enjoyed hearing him on radio and my grand dad talking about him. Hw will be missed! R.I.P.

Posted by Ed P. - Macomb, MI   April 09, 2015

No question about it...a genuine 14 carat dyed in the wool American Original.
We will not experience the like of his talent in our country again. We mourn for
him, his family,his fans,and for the future of unfettered satire.

Posted by Keith gamble - Medford, MA - life long admirer   April 08, 2015

When I was growing up in the 1960's, I didn't know who Stan was, but I certainly knew him through his cartoon work and advertising....I remember running to my mom, just thrilled that one of my favorite authors of SF (Ray Bradbury) had done a prune commercial (?!)- When I was older and was introduced to Stan through his recordings in the 1950's on Capitol records (I collected vinyl at an early age and still do)- I found a kindred spirit....when I went for my Masters at Concordia University in Chicago (1997)- I listened to his weekly radio program and was entranced- and his sense of humor always endured and shone through.

Stan was one of a kind, and when I heard he had passed, I shed more than a couple of tears...you blessed and influenced many lives, including mine...

Posted by Karl Kaefer - Frederick, MD - Admirer   April 08, 2015

Brilliant does not begin to describe Mr. Freberg. From Pete Puma to The Banana Boat Song the The History of the United States of America, he has put an indelible mark on American entertainment. Heaven has a true genius.

Posted by Chris Simonson - Blue River, WI - Fan   April 08, 2015