February 17, 1931 – April 27, 2023
Date: April 30, 2023 Time: 11:00 AM
New Montefiore Cemetery: 1180 Wellwood Ave., West Babylon, NY 11704
Service Recording: Click Here
Luncheon following services will take place at the home of Melissa Goldsmith Paticoff:
14 Cross Bow Lane
Commack, NY 11725
300 E 74th Street Apt. 11C
New York, New York
Sunday April 30th 7- 9pm
Monday thru Thursday 1-5pm / 7-9 PM
Janet will sit for the week at Beth’s Home
Evan will return to Florida on Monday May 1st and will follow up with Shiva details at his home
10743 NW 49th Manor
Coral Springs, FLA 33076
Fran will return to Canton MA on Monday evening May 1st and hold Shiva on the following days at the following locations:
Tuesday May 2nd from 2pm to 9pm and will be held at the ClubHouse at Copperworks:
10 Revolution Way, Canton MA 02021
Wednesday, May 3rd and Thursday, May 4th will be held during the day and evening in their condo at 1 Revolution Way, Unit 301, Canton, MA.
If you would like to honor Stanley with a donation in his memory, there are two organizations suggested. Rides for Veterans of Norfolk County and Temple Hillel in Valley Stream.
Stanley was a proud Veteran and always supported various veteran groups. The Rides for Veterans organization was a huge help to him and the family this past year. Send check in memory of Stanley Ifcher to:
Norfolk County RSVP (check can be made out to Norfolk County RSVP)
614 High Street
Dedham, MA 02026
Temple Hillel was also a huge part of Stanley’s life. His volunteer work, friends and parties mostly occurred there over 40 years. To make a donation in Stanley’s memory:
Call Temple office 516-791-6344
Or Send check in Memory of Stanley Ifcher
1000 Rosedale Road
Valley Stream, NY 11581
Stanley was born and raised in Brooklyn and moved to North Woodmere with his wife in 1960. There they raised their family and made life-long friends. In his final days he talked often about all the fun parties he and his friends had over the years. He will be remembered by many for his dance moves and a glass of scotch. Some of his final words were “I had a great life.”
In 2000, Stanley and Janet moved to Boynton Beach where he enjoyed volunteering at the food pantry 1-2 times a week. Volunteer work was an important part of Stanley’s life. He believed that you help people whenever they need, quietly and without having to be asked.
Stanley enjoyed the simple things in life and always took the time to enjoy a blue sky and the warm sun. He would marvel at the beauty of the woods and a good snowstorm. His philosophy of life was simple: Appreciate and enjoy life wherever and whenever you can.