OBITUARY

Stanley Eisenberg

November 14, 1933November 26, 2018

Eisenberg, Stanley Lawrence – age 85, passed away on November 26th 2018 in Holly, Michigan. A committal service will be held on Monday, December 3rd 2018 at 2:30 PM at Great Lakes National Cemetery, 4200 Belford Road, Holly, Michigan 48442. Stanley was born on November 14, 1933 to the late Max and Rose Eisenberg in Detroit, Michigan. He attended Detroit Central High School, Hillsdale College and obtained his Master’s Degree from the University of Michigan. He proudly served his country during the Korean War in the United States Coast Guard on the USCGC Finch. He was awarded the United Nations Korean Service Medal and served on the advisory council at Great Lakes National Cemetery for over 12 years. He was a member of the Jewish War Veterans Post 135 in Berkley MI. Stanley was a 32nd degree Mason, Shriner, and a stock broker at Merrill Lynch for 47 years. Known as “the stockbrokers, stockbroker”, he could often be heard on WWJ news radio AM 760 discussing stock reports. Stanley thoroughly enjoyed fishing, spending time with his family, playing cards, traveling to the Caribbean and smoking cigars. He was a true people person and he will be deeply missed. Stanley is survived by his loving wife of 37 years Cindy Eisenberg, children Jason Eisenberg, Phillip (Claudia) Eisenberg, Laura Eisenberg, Pamela Kelleher, 5 grandchildren; sister-in-laws, Cheryl (David) Crown, Patty (Ron) Swaneck; and 3 nieces, 2 nephews.

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  • Jewish War Veterans Post 135

Services

  • Committal Service Monday, December 3, 2018
REMEMBERING

Stanley Eisenberg

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THOMAS MANN

December 10, 2018

Stanley Eisenberg while at Merrill Lynch helped jump start my career at Merrill by giving me two stock market report slots a day on WWJ Newsradio 950 which i did for many years. It helped me by adding "credibility" early in my career when people would say "they heard me on the radio".....

He also gave me a few accounts and those "relationships" grew over time, to ten percent of my business with client assets of about $20 million dollars. Early in my career, being 20 years younger than Stanley, I would often cover at his desk whenever he was out or on vacation..

His and his wife Cindy Eisenberg's parties on Tipsico Lake, north of Milford, were legendary.

He was "one of a kind"..

Thom Mann

Laura Eisenberg

December 3, 2018

my father loved his time on the lake...

Joan Puglia

December 2, 2018

My dear Cindy, Jason and the rest of the Eisenberg family, please accept my sincere sympathy for the passing of Stanley. I worked with him for 22 years at Merrill and he was loved by everyone and made everybody laugh. RIP my dear friend. Sincerely, Joan Tranchida/Puglia

Jackmaxine Main

December 2, 2018

I worked with Stanley for several years at Merrill Lynch and knew him as a”good” stock broker who took care of his clients really well. Ocassionally we would get together and have a poker game and he knew how to play the game rather well. He would go home with more money than he had when he came.

Stan had a good sense of humor and one people liked to be around.

Jack Main

Becerly Band Scharg

December 2, 2018

The entire Band Family extends heartfelt sympathy to the Eisenberg family. We remember Stanley Lawrence with his “bigger than life” personality with much fondness.

steve collom

November 30, 2018

I knew Stanley thru my Brother in law Phil..Stanley s son...he was always outgoing and could be very funny and loved his cigars and family ...I will miss his sense of humor and wit...Rest in Peace Stanley and prayers and thoughts to the family

Linda & Larry Voit

November 28, 2018

Remembering all of the fun times at Hillsdale Homecomings, your kindness and love for entertaining and sharing your beautiful home. We know you’ll be Heaven’s life of the party! Love, Linda & Larry

Phil and Claudia Eisenberg

November 28, 2018

One of our many favorite memories......

Dave & Brenda Kandt

November 27, 2018

Cindy, we are so saddened by Stanley's passing. To know Stan, was to love who he was....a great man that was loved by all. Tipsico Lake has lost an icon. God bless you Cindy.

Skippy Franklin

November 27, 2018

Cindy, So Sorry to hear of, Stan the Man , passing know that you are in our thoughts and will miss seeing him at the One Knight Stan teki bar. Know you are a strong woman and will get thru this knowing he is pain free. Skip and Shari Franklin