In Memory

Stanley Arthur Weiss

From:  richard roots

Stan passed away on tuesday  this week. There will be a service at Hodapp's Funeral Home, in Carthage, at Vine and West Bend Road, on Sat., at 12:00 noon for visitation, with a memorial service at 1:PM. Just want to get out the word. thanks, Rooter 

Stanley A. Weiss Obituary

April 27, 2018

Cincinnati - Dear father of Wendy (Steve) Sawdai and Kyle (Lori) Weiss. Grandfather of Elizabeth, Daniel, Chad, Ryan and Taylor. Great grandfather of Ryan and Tyler. Stan was the pharmacist and owner of Igler Pharmacy for many years, was an avid outdoorsman and loved to watch his grandkids. Stan passed away at his home Monday, April 23, 2018, at the age of 77. Family will receive friends at Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St., Carthage, Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 12 noon until memorial service at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to

Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Apr. 26, 2018
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04/28/18 08:09 AM #1    

George Bryson

Heaven has taken another of our classmates. The memories of Stan will stay here with us though.  Hate to hear this. One of my good friends in high school.  Surely going to be missed by all that knew him .   As Sherman Kaplan said years ago.. we are getting picked off one by one!   We will all miss you Stan.  I have good memories of Stan at Woodward.  God bless him.  George Bryson

04/29/18 03:07 PM #2    

Bruce L. Oliver

I have been out of touch with Stan since our good times together at Woodward.  I remember enjoying his company! And, sad but true:  As Sherman Kaplan said years ago.. we are getting picked off one by one! [But isn't that somehat better than in large batch mode?]  :-)

04/29/18 05:41 PM #3    

Sterling L. Williams


I had been Stan frequently for the last several years.  I was seeing him every few months since he became bed ridden.   His spirits and humor never waned.  We always relived some of the great times we had.  I will surely miss him.


04/30/18 02:38 PM #4    

Robert Norman Risch

Bryson and I are together in Fla and we just spent some time remembering Stan with some great stories unfortunately too long for this e-mail   suffice to say he was yet again one of those solid gentlemen in our class and will be missed    we should hang on to each other  our numbers are dwindling  god bless  bobby risch

07/12/18 07:12 PM #5    

Richard Roots

Stan and I were best bud's since the first day we met at Mary Dill School, in the fourth grade.  Our other best friend was Bill Randolph (May God Rest His Soul)...The three of us were always as one...we played ball everyday...we lived and died was good back then when kids could be kids and enjoy life without too much, family oversight...We left in the morning and returned for dinner in the evening...we played baseball, swam, played ping pong, softball and never, ever, feared child or sexual preditors...could life ever return to our simple times?  Stan you were the guy that taught me how to be a man...your mom and dad taught ne how to be a gentleman, and Stan, I will love you forever.   

07/13/18 10:49 AM #6    

Jean Sauer (DeFrances )

Even though I've been gone from Cincinnati for 61 years and didn't graduate from Woodward, I still fondly remember Stan and the classes we had together, Latin especially.  He was a good friend and I still have an ID bracelet of his that he gave me when my family moved to Florida in 1957.  Jean Sauer Defrances

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