Scott Stanley

Born: Redwood City on 28 April 1957

Passed away: Mountain View on 07 January 2015

Aged: 57 years

Funeral Date: 18 January 2015

Service Details

There will be a celebration of life for Scott this Sunday at 2pm in the Los Altos Stage Company Theater (known as the Bus Barn) in the Hillview Community Center.

97 Hillview Avenue,
Los Altos, CA 94022
https://goo.gl/maps/WYPjl

If you would like to give a speech or performance as a tribute to Scott please contact Ryan Stanley ([email protected]) by Thursday morning to be included in the program.

A reception will follow at a nearby location at the Hillview Community Center. If you would like to donate your time or bring food or beverages please contact Viviane Schaller at [email protected] or 650-799-9448.

Should friends desire, donations in Scott name may be sent to the following organizations:

Los Altos Stage Coach Company
https://losaltosstage.org/support/

The Hillbarn Theatre
https://www.hillbarntheatre.org/support/giving/

American Heart Association
https://www.heart.org/

As an alternative to a donation, please support stage performance by attending a live performance or concert and tagging Scott on facebook.


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I feel very fortunate to have spent time with Scott this last July with all our roomates from UCSB. Here's picture of us..from left to right, Bill McGee, John Pence, Terry Sweeney, Scott, Ken Henry and Phil Hamister. I cherish the memories of the time I spent with Scott. A brilliant and funny guy who will be sorely missed.

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And finally -- mein Deutscher Freund. Ich umarme Dich, Scott, von weit weg. Ich werde Dich nie vergessen.

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Always ready to lend a hand. With Ross Harkness, Finian's Rainbow load-out.

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I hope, like the sheriff, you are chillin' on the other side. We miss you.

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A toast to you, Scott -- at the Finian's Rainbow opening, January 2012, with Jay Steele.

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Dear Scott, you were one-of-a-kind and I will miss you immensely. Thank you for being part of my life, my friend. Sending you love. You will always be remembered fondly.

John Rinaldi

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Scott, it was such a pleasure to know you and to work with you at Hillbarn Theatre. Your enthusiasm and commitment will be remembered by all who knew you, and you will be sorely missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.

Kimily Conkle

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Scott, too soon. Sorry to see you leave us behind. I hope all pleasures are yours on the other side.

Rich Matli

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Thank you, Scott, for bringing us joy and laughter through your presence in our lives and in your performances. Sorry to see you go.

Ruth Sieber

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