Stanley H. Rosenthal

Stanley H. Rosenthal, age 89, died on April 20, 2020, in Houston Texas.

Stanley was born on April 23, 1930, in Cameron, Texas, to Hyman and Evelyn Rosenthal.  Stanley received a BS degree from Texas A&M in 1952 and a Master’s degree from UT.  Stanley also served in the US Air Force.  Stanley later started his own oil and gas business which he ran for over 60 years from offices in Houston and Bay City, Texas.  Stanley had a passion for Texas A&M football and enjoyed traveling internationally and attending oil and gas industry conferences.  He loved his large family, was proud to be Jewish and was a very patriotic American.

Stanley is survived by his sister Diane, brother Douglas and his many nieces and nephews.

A private graveside service was held celebrating Stanley’s life.

In lieu of flowers, any donations in Stanley’s memory can be made to the Music and Spirit Fund of Jewish Family Service (jfshouston.org).

 

To watch the graveside service, click here: https://youtu.be/EHjz_WQAedg

Comments for Stanley H. Rosenthal's Obituary

6 Comments

  1. James Connor Smith

    3 months ago  

    Sorry to hear of Stanley’s passing. He was a great Ag & a loyal class of 52′ member.
    James Connor Smith

  2. Ted M Stephens'52

    3 months ago  

    we lost a vibrant, confident, good man, and loyal Aggie. From high school to a recent reunion, I could trust Stanley for a story and news of Bay Cioty.
    I will miss him..

  3. Louis Belinsky

    3 months ago  

    sad to hear of stanley’s passing. we went back to high school days and later enjoyed the up and down oil business. He didn’t mind getting in your face for things he believed to be true.will miss him.

  4. Stanley Perkins

    3 months ago  

    So very sorry to here of Stanley’s passing. He almost made into his 90th! Visited with so many years at our 52′ reunions. He will missed by all.

  5. Linda Lippman McGown

    4 months ago  

    I am very sorry to hear about Stanley‘s death. I remember him as a vibrant man. The family is in my thoughts.

    • Seth Fagelman

      3 months ago  

      Thanks Linda.

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