OBITUARY

Stanley Watson Mollart

June 12, 1952February 5, 2019

Stanley Watson Mollart was born on June 12, 1952 in San Francisco, California and passed away on February 5, 2019 in Merced, California.

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Stanley Watson Mollart

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Terri Prichard

February 14, 2019

Stan was my board president for the JPA for 10 years. He led the group with a steady hand through some very difficult times and always with a smile. He was the best and always had a kind word. We traveled to Europe with Stan and his sister a couple of times and had a great time. When I was in the hospital, he came to visit with me - even when I was transferred to SF, he came - walking on crutches - to visit with me and provide support. I will truly miss him and our regular lunches. He even taught me how to pack a horse for a high country horse camping trip - his talents were endless. He will be missed.

Marcus Santiago

February 12, 2019

I met Stan and his close friend Ed in the summer of 2008 when they had come to San Francisco to ride their horses in Golden Gate Park. I quickly befriended both horse enthusiast who were enjoying a ride in the park. I then recruited Stan to help create the San Francisco Recreation and Park Departments first Volunteer Mounted Patrol. Stan was a trained and professional rider who assisted me in creating a training manual, screening and training of new volunteer's to the unit. Stan was dedicated to parks and brought professionalism to the departments mounted unit. Stan and Buddy (His horse) enjoyed the many visitors to Golden Gate Park that asked questions and wanted to take memorable photos. Stan would rise before the sun and drive to San Francisco, a trip of 140 miles one way. Stan was so enjoyable to have around and since the drive was long, my wife and I opened our doors to him to stay with us on the weekends. Stan will be missed dearly by the Park Rangers and the citizens of San Francisco whom he loved to mingle with. Thank you Stan for your hard work in volunteering over the years and your dedication to the City of San Francisco.

John Reele

February 12, 2019

We met Stan at our Men's monthly dinner meetings, One of the nicest men we have ever had the opportunity of meeting and getting to know better. we watched him on his journey in healing in the process of a new leg, we became supportive and watched him go through so much, we were under the impression things were finally falling into place.
MAY YOU REST IN PEACE, SIR!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY