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Stanley Shepherd Weiss ’46

Published in Jan. 28, 2004, issue

Stan Weiss died in Denver July 10, 2003.

Born in Brooklyn, he graduated from DeWitt Clinton HS, majored in biology at Princeton, and earned his medical degree from Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons. After his internship, he served two years as a Navy lieutenant commander in Korea, then established a practice in psychiatry and psychoanalysis in NYC. Moving with his family to Denver in 1970, he continued his practice, and became a clinical professor at the U. of Colorado. He also practiced and taught at Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in Denver. He often traveled throughout the country on locum tenens assignments and traveled abroad with his family.

He is survived by Marilyn, his wife of 45 years; and their children, Bonnie, Steven, and David; six grandchildren; and a brother, Noel. The class joins them in mourning a vibrant and valued Tiger.

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