In Memory of



Obituary for Stanley Rosen

Stanley Harold Rosen

June 27, 1950 - October 19, 2022

Stanley died at the age of 72 at the Hospice House in Lincoln, Massachusetts after a long
illness. He was predeceased by his parents Harold Warren, Ted Rosen, Gladys Rosen and his
sister Marjorie Thomas.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 37 years, Mary Lou; children Max, Marley, and David
DeMaille (Alice); grandchildren Celia and Lulu DeMaille; sisters Paula Rosen, Rachel Rosen
(Michael), brother Ted Rosen (Nadia); parents-in-law Brice and Nancy Bowerman; sisters-in-law
Linda Armstrong (Fred), Cheryl Leatherman (Tom), brother-in-law Brice Bowerman; many
beloved nieces, nephew, cousins, and friends.

Stanley grew up in Manchester, CT. He was an excellent skier and attended the University of
Utah primarily to ski. Later he went back to school and earned his Master’s Degree in printing
technology at the Rochester Institute of Technology. While living in Rochester, NY he met the
love of his life, Mary Lou.His printing technology career took him back to the New England area
where he worked for Scitex for over 20 years. Later he traveled the world as a consultant in the
printing industry.

Mary Lou and Stanley settled in Acton, MA where they raised Max and Marley. Stanley was a
devoted fan of live music and particularly the Grateful Dead, traveling to many concerts across
the country. He instilled his love of music in his children and continued to attend concerts with
and without his children throughout his life. Stanley had many passions - hiking (especially with
his friends the Bobs), frisbee golf, skiing, and gardening.He proudly showed and shared his
plants with any and all visitors.

Stanley was always the cool dad and favorite uncle, beloved by all who met him, especially
friends of Max and Marley. His welcoming smile and hearty laugh were ever present along with
his generosity. He was the life of the party with his entertaining storytelling while still being an
excellent listener, always making everyone feel important. Stanley lived life to the fullest and
was so much fun!

Donations in his honor may be sent to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network,

There will be a private family burial.

A celebration of his life will be held in Acton and also in Rochester in the summer.