Stanton G. Thorp

1926 ∼ 2019

NORMAN and Sandy Marchant of East Bridgewater, MA wrote:

Our thoughts and prayers are sent to Ruth and all of the family. Stan was a special Gentleman we cared a great deal for. May be RIP and know he will live on forever in the hearts of many. Love and hugs

George R. Bean American Legion Post # 79 of So. Weymouth, MA wrote:

Ruth and family.....how well we remember the many years you and Stan attended the dances, parties and events at the Bean Post. We were saddened to hear of Stan's passing. We thank him for his service to our country and hope you find comfort in knowing he now is at peace. On behalf of our friends and family at the Post, please know we are thinking of you and sending our prayers and blessings your way.

Bill and Kathie Durfee of So. Weymouth, MA wrote:

Ruth and family.....please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort in your happy memories along with your family. Many a fun time we enjoyed with you both. God Bless Bill and Kathie Durfee

Debbie of E B wrote:

Dear Ruth. It was an Honor meeting Stan at the EB and WB COA’s. I enjoyed talking to and playing “Scat” with him; and getting him his coffee. He will truly be remembered. God’s Blessings to you and your family. Debbie.

Jean & George MacNeil wrote:

Will never forget all the dance lessons he attended at the American Legion Post in Weymouth. He was always one beat behind everyone else and would always stand beside me. He was a happy happy person and a very nice gentleman. WE will miss him. Rest in Peace Stan:

Jerry & Rachel Eaton of Whitman wrote:

RIP comrade Stanton, remember all the great activities at the V.F.W. and fun trips to the Cape. Thank you for your service to our country. Till we meet again.

Sandy Pratt of Halifax,Ma. wrote:

Stan was one of the nicest people we know! We had so many good times with him and Ruth at Lisa and R.J.s house!! We will miss seeing him there! We are so sorry for your loss Ruth. Love Sandy and Bob

Pat Lavoie of Bridgewater wrote:

I worked with Stan at Shaws. Sorry I didn't go to the services I don't get the paper anymore. I met you Ruth once or twice. I went to where you worked and told you about Stan and what he said at work. Funny times. He was a great guy.