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Stanetsky Memorial Chapels

475 Washington Street, Canton, MA

OBITUARY

Gerald Stein

July 5, 1945May 10, 2020

Gerald M. Stein of Middleboro, MA entered into rest on Sunday, May 10, 2020 at the age of 74. Gerald was born on July 5, 1945 in Cambridge, MA to the late Samuel & Jennie (Zax) Stein. Beloved husband of Sheila (Bosman) Stein. Loving father of Amy Peterson, Lisa Langley & her husband Ted, and Gary Stein & his wife Kerri. Cherished grandfather of Victoria, Josh, Zachary, Austin, and Hunter. Graveside services at Sharon Memorial Park will take place privately. Expression of remembrances in Gerald’s memory may be donated to American Heart Association, 300 5th Ave, Waltham, MA 02451 or Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 220 North Main Street Suite 104, Natick, MA 01760.

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William Langley

May 15, 2020

Big G, The Big Kahuna, the best damn Father-in-Law a man could ever wish for.

"Yes we have no bananas, we have no banana's today!"
"Were you the one who ruined the buffet at the Harrah Club?"
And I could go on and on and on with quotes from you. What I wouldn't give to be sitting in your office or in the car with you now getting new ones.
I will always cherish your humor, your counsel and your friendship and I will truly miss you all the days of my life.

Ted

Georgia Yount

May 14, 2020

My favorite memory was staying at his house and celebrating his birthday with Sheila and most of the family. We had a lot of laughs. We drove all the way from Texas and it was worth it. Our sincerest condolences to Sheila, Lisa, Ted, Amy, Gary, Karrie and all of the grandkids. We love all of you so much. -Georgia and Steve Yount

Marcy Mcnally

May 13, 2020

Where do I begin.
A man, a myth and a legend to all that knew you. I will forever miss the laughs and tears. Tears from laughing so hard. Now tears because you will no longer be there for those laughs. You will forever be missed but never forgotten. Rest In Peace.

Love
Marcy

Buddy O'Connor

May 13, 2020

You left us without saying goodbye, but we had some great times together while you were here. You will be sadly missed by a great many people, me the most. Hope to see you in the next life. I will miss you a lot my friend.

Krissy Condon

May 12, 2020

Jerry was a big part of my life growing up. I was his first employee at Tanzabar a relationship that lasted forever. He taught me so much and even helped me buy my first car (and every once and a while would let me drive his)
He had a big heart. I have a ring i bought from him. He knew i could never afford it. So he sold it to me for next to nothing. To this day it’s my favorite piece. And something that will always remind me of him.
He did so much more i could go on forever. He treated me like a daughter. I feel lucky to have had him in my life
Love You Jerry
Krissy

Victoria Stein

May 12, 2020

My Gramps,

I’ll always remember your special smile, your caring heart, and the love you always gave us.

You were always there for Grandma and us, through good and bad times, no matter what.

We’ll always remember you Gramps because
there’ll never be another one to replace you in our hearts and the love we will always
have for you.

So many broken hearts are left behind. So as time passes our tears will dry. Our hearts will mend, but our love for you will never end.

Chloe Tubman

May 12, 2020

I am so very sorry for this loss. Sending lots of love to everyone in the family in this time of need.

Barry Blum

May 12, 2020

Dear Sheila & Family
I’m sorry of the passing of Gerry.. I knew him for 55 years..
I remember the rides we use to take in his yellow convertible...
I will miss him... He was a good man...
My Heart goes out to you and you family
Barry Blum

Howie Blum

May 12, 2020

Dear Sheila, Lisa, Amy and Gary,
My heart is aching !

Like another brother Jerry has been part of my life for most of my 74 yrs. We grew up 1/2 a block from each other. I spent as much time eating meals at his house as I did at my own home.

We shared so many wonderful memories, we bought our first new cars at the same time, we drove tow trucks together , we owned horses together and worked alongside each other for several years

Jerry was a good man, a loving husband , father, grandfather and a terrific friend to so many of us.

My thoughts condolences and prayers to all of you.

With love,
Howie Blumi

Rosemarie Constantin

May 12, 2020

Countless memories going back over 40 years. Deepest sympathy to Sheila and family. May he rest in eternal peace.

FROM THE FAMILY

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