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Emberg, A. Stanley

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Albin Stanley Emberg, 102 years old, formerly of Cotuit, MA, passed away on March 13, 2017.  A truly great man, he was predeceased by his wife, LaVerne (Glazebrook) Emberg; his parents, Albin and Ellen (Ekberg) Emberg; his sister, Alberta Bolles; his niece, Nancy O’Hara; and his nephews, Robert and Raymond Bolles.  Stan grew up in a loving family in Roslindale, Massachusetts and proudly served in the United States Navy during World War Two from 1942 to 1946 on the U.S.S. Bronx.  He met the love of his life, LaVerne, in 1949; got married in1951; and was married for over 45 years until her passing in 1996.  Stan worked for Belding Brothers for more than 30 years until he retired in 1980.  Stan loved watching the Celtics and the Red Sox.  While living in New York he even saw Babe Ruth play.  He is survived by his niece, Ellen Lambert, of Quincy, and his great nieces and nephews Lisa, and her husband Michael Cooley of Wilton, New Hampshire, Joshua Bolles, and his wife Kristel and their children Joseph and Lyla, of Milton, Brook Christopher, and her husband Max Volkman, and their daughter Vaida, of Long Beach, California, Jesica Lambert, and her daughter Elena, of Milton, Lucas Lambert, and his son Louis, of Quincy, Amanda Christopher, and her daughters, Sade and Ameya Rae Coleman, of Nashua, New Hampshire, and Ashley Christopher, and her sons Kayden and Jaxton, of New Hampshire.  He is also survived by lifelong friends Stanley Wilen of Westwood, Ann and Gordon Pettersson of Cape Cod, Buddy Martin of Cotuit, Maryann Dolbeare of Milton, and Ann Stoyle of Braintree.  Stan epitomized that of a truly great man and will be missed by all who knew him.  Burial will be held on Cape Cod this spring.  Family and friends will be notified.  Donations in Stan’s name may be sent to the Scandinavian Living Center, 206 Waltham Street, Newton, MA 02465.


Guestbook Entries

  1. Gordon anderson
    March 23rd, 2017 | 9:03 pm

    Stanley was the kindest and most generous man I have ever know.
    They don’t make them like this anymore.
    I’m going to leave it at that as I could write a book on how honored I am to have known such a great person!
    RIP Stanley, I will never forget you.

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