Stanley “Stan the Man” Wolfe, age 69, of Lilburn, GA passed away August 12, 2014 in the comfort of his home. Born January 11, 1945, in Brooklyn,NY, to David Wolfe and Lillian Krinick Wolfe, his childhood was spent in New York. His high school and college careers were in New York as well. He was married in December,1965, to Roberta Scher Wolfe and lived in Brooklyn for several years. He was divorced in 1989. Thereafter he met his life partner, Janis Grass, in 1991. He spent a majority of his life earning a living as a mortgage broker for Donaldson, Lufkin, & Jenrette in New York, NY. In 1978 he relocated to South Florida to continue his banking career. He then relocated to Lilburn, GA in 1996. He continued a career in financial services; after retirement he became an antiques dealer, opening booths in several shops in the area. Many friends in the antiques community mourn his loss. He loved bowling, Miami Dolphins football, antiques, history, and trivia. He considered his children to be his greatest accomplishment. He is survived by his life partner Janis, of Lilburn, GA; his son Dr. Scott Wolfe and wife Leigh of Natchez, MS; his son Daryl Wolfe and wife Christine of Miramar, FL; his grandchildren Skylar, Mia, and Caitlynn; and his beloved cat Ridley. He is preceded in death by his father David and mother Lillian. The Family would like to thank the many friends that provided help with visitation and support when most needed during Stan’s illness. Donations can be made to the Gwinnett Humane Society in lieu of flowers. Elwood Blues: “It’s 106 miles to Chicago, we’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark and we’re wearing sunglasses.” Jake Blues: “Hit it!” The Blues Brothers, 1980

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  1. What perfect parting words, and so like Stan! He will be missed by so many, but hopefully all can be comforted by knowing that his last days were spent with those he loved in his own home. As a child I was always told that thunder was the sound of the angels bowling; I’ll have a smile now when I hear it knowing that it is Stan as well…STRIKE!!

  2. I got the message! No more soup!! I’m so sorry to hear of Stan’s passing and I send my condolences.

  3. My condolences to Janice and family. May his thoughts continue to comfort you. We will miss our bowling buddy also.

    Your Friend,
    Nita and Ernie

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