Mark C. Stanberry, MD
- December 14, 1942 - July 29, 2012
- Ivoryton, Connecticut
of Mark's Passing
28 Crescent St
Middletown, CT 06457
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Dear friends and Colleagues,
I am very sad to learn of Mark's passing. I read about this untimely demise of learned and highly skilled and collaborative peer with a gentle touch and humane engagement with his patients’ colleagues and the community as a whole in the Courant today. We referred patients to each other and consulted on management of patients. Dr. Eleanor Pringle, MD also of Haddam, Mark, and I were also linked by our work in supporting the
Posted by: Velandy Manohar,MD - Haddam, CT - friend, colleague, Dec 02, 2012
In the many years Dr. Mark Stanberry offered me his insights, his patience, new methods in changing thoughts process, and being more a mentor, his loss has been felt very deeply. Dr. Stanberry was an unselfish man, whom though his own life's struggles, opened new doors for new learning to those like myself who were willing to accept his wisdom. No one had more of a positive influence on my life than this man. I miss him, his wisdom, his
Posted by: Dana Parandes - patient, friend Aug 17, 2012
I remember Mark as a really cute little boy when he would visit his grandmother in Bethany, Missouri. His mother, Ruth Ida, also was a good friend and later worked at my fathers drug store. Mark Yates, my cousin, notified me of Mark's passing. My prayers are with you.
Posted by: Ann Templeman Felsted - Hot Springs, AR - Family friend of mother/grandmot Aug 09, 2012
I'm very sorry to hear of Dr. Stanberry's passing; I'm thankful that to have known him and shared in some wonderful memories with him and his family. He leaves behind a wonderful family, an absolute testament to a wonderful life.
Posted by: Ben Wang - Friend Aug 07, 2012
Dr. Mark Stanberry was one of a kind. He was the most caring, funny and thoughtful person I think I have ever known. I am sad for his family and for all of us who cared and have been in his care. A wonderful Doctor who I will greatly miss. Condolences to Candy, Matt and Kirten.
Posted by: Stefanie Kihm - Ivoryton, CT - patient Aug 06, 2012
How sad we were to learn of Dr. Stanberry's passing. He was for many years one of our favorite clients. He was always such a kind and considerate person - a true gentleman in every way. We will miss him. Our thoughts are with you Candy, Kirsten, and Matt. We know Mark will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
Susan and Bill Ebersole
Posted by: Susan and Bill Ebersole Aug 04, 2012
Mark was a gentle caring man who was a true credit to his profession. If you could pick a friend it would be someone like Dr. Stanberry....All my heatfelt sympathy to his family. Stu Bryer
Posted by: Stu Bryer - Westerly, RI Aug 04, 2012
I was so sorry to hear about Dr Stanberry's passing. I am just happy that he could be there for your engagement, even if not in person.
I have made a donation to the American Cancer Society in his memory. My thoughts are with you.
Posted by: Deborah McCandless - New York, NY - Friend of Matt Aug 04, 2012
I am deeply saddened to hear about Dr.Stanberry...he was a wonderful, tremendously kind man with a huge heart and truly cared deeply about his patients. My mother Dorothy B. was his patient for many years...he helped her so much..I came to participant in one session and experienced what she had been telling me. When my Mom became quite ill and was in rehab care for a short while he came to visit her...she told me Dr. Stanberry brought a party
Posted by: Patti Mahoney - Northborough, MA - patient's famil Aug 04, 2012
It's hard to put into words my deepest sympathy for the loss of such a fine human being. Dr. Stanberry was kind, gentle, compassionate, and a truly rare gem. He touch my life in a very dear way and I will forever be grateful for having the honor of knowing him. God bless the family. I hope your pain fades away, healing occurs very soon, and those the beautiful memories put a smile in your heart.
Posted by: Deanna Thompson - NC Aug 03, 2012