Stanley Frank Abrams

4 March, 192717 February, 2021

Beloved husband of Ann Ruth Minner Abrams for 70 amazing years; dear father and father in law of John (Debbie) Abrams and Ellen Abrams; #1 “Hipop” of David (Melissa) Abrams, Jason (Tara) Abrams, Daniel (Lynn) Abrams, Dorie (Drew) Ehrhardt, Brian (Samantha ) Levinson, Amanda (Chris) Wang, Rob (Becky) Levinson; great-grandfather of 13 “great” grandchildren; dear brother of the late Monroe (late Gloria) Abrams and the late Robert (late Deedy) Abrams; dear friend of Karen Triplett; dear uncle, cousin and friend to many.

The service will available via Live Stream on Friday, February 19 at 1:30 PM CST. Visit for live stream details. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions preferred to Jewish Family Services, Miriam Foundation, 501 Bacon Ave. 63119 or to a charity of your choice.


  • Private Funeral Service Available via Live Stream at 1:30 PM CST

    Friday, 19 February , 2021



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Barbara Gossow

24 February 2021

Stan was such a kind, gracious gentleman. I enjoyed playing with him and his lovely wife Ann at the St. Louis Bridge Club.
Please accept my condolences

Susan Luten

21 February 2021

Dear Ann,
Sam and I send love and hugs to you at this difficult time. You and Stan were favorites of mom and dad. Wanted you to know that we are thinking of you.
Susie and Sam Luten

Mark Lubin

20 February 2021

Your cousins from the Aranow/Lubin side of the family miss Stan and will always remember him fondly. It’s nice to see how your side of the family has grown and stayed close, and I’m glad Stan got to enjoy that. Please accept our deepest sympathy.

Sandy Jacobs

19 February 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Stan was a remarkable man that gave so much to his family and extended family. Hopefully, all the wonderful memories of Stan will help all of us get through this difficult time and comfort us. Love, Sandy, Marc, Andrea, Megan and Gavin Jacobs

Barbara Barenholtz

19 February 2021

Dear Ann, We go back so very many years...all the way back to Glenridge! I was so saddened to learn of Stan's passing. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Among other accomplishments, you and Stan made a formidable bridge team!! Milton joins me in sending our deepest sympathy. Love, Barbara Lee Barenholtz

Hortense Growe

19 February 2021

I am writing to express my deepest sympathies on Stanley's passing. He will be deeply missed.

Hortense Growe

Charles Fox

19 February 2021

Stanley and his family's company, deVan Sealants, is a long time customer of mine.

While I did not get to see him often, he was a joy to be around as he was always courteous whenever I needed to do work in his office and usually had a funny remark to share. I will miss him.

Condolences from my wife and I to Ann, John, Ellen and the rest of the family.

Gary Bryant

19 February 2021

I worked many years for Stan and always had a great respect for him, I will miss Stan, he was a great guy.

Mimi and Marvin Rennard

19 February 2021

We want to extend our deepest condolence to you, Ann, and your family for your loss. Knowing you and Stan for so many, many years has created many fond memories which we cherish. Again, our heartfelt sympathy.

Mimi and Marvin

Jerry Goodman

19 February 2021

I grew up in St. Louis and joined the Sea Scout Ship Saratoga there when I was 12. After Ted Horowitz retired, Stan became Skipper. He has been, in my mind, remained to be my “Skipper”” all the rest of my 84 years. He was a wonderful, considerate man who became my mentor, whom I love, and will miss so much! “ May the Lord bless and protect you; may the Lord’s face radiate with joy because of you.. and give you his peace.”

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