Stanley Heyman

Stanley Leonard Heyman

October 2, 1935 - March 26, 2021
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Service Details

  • Private

    Friday, March 26th, 2021 | 5:00pm
    Friday, March 26th, 2021 5:00pm
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    Virtual shiva on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. The Zoom room opens at 7:30 p.m. Minyan is 7:45 p.m.

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Donations are being accepted for:
Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School Scholarship Fund

3300 Old Court Rd, Pikesville, MD 21208

Gilchrist Hospice Care

11311 McCormick Road
Suite 350, Hunt Valley, MD 21031


Stanley Leonard Heyman, of Baltimore, Maryland, passed away on Friday, March 26th, 2021 at the age of 85. He is survived by his sons, Frederic (Tammy) Heyman and Bill (Andrea) Heyman; brother, Robert Heyman; grandchildren, Adam, Ethan, Ari, Gabriel and Elana. He was predeceased by his wife of 61 years, Marilyn Heyman (nee Simons) and parents, William and Freda Heyman.

Services are private, Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School, 3300 Old Court Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21208 or Gilchrist Hospice Care, 11311 McCormick Road, Suite 350, Hunt Valley, Maryland 21031.
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Hessel and Phyllis Damareck

Posted at 06:15am
Lou (Bobby) and Family ,
We were so sorry to just learn of Stanley's passing. What a great guy. May your memories be a blessing.

Kim (Kimmie!) Oppenheim

Posted at 09:27am
Hello Heyman Family,
This is Kim Oppenheim, writing on behalf of the Oppenheim family. Both of your parents were really like part of our family when I was growing up, and I'm sad to learn of Stanley's passing--it's one of the last remnants of my parents' past and I'm sad for the loss. Stanley was a big but gentle man full of love and affection, and he was a very true true friend to both of my parents. I'm very sorry for your loss.

Ross Ehudin

Posted at 02:42pm
Freddy, very sorry for your loss.

Andy Gorelick

Posted at 05:24pm
Freddy and Tammy
I’m so sorry to hear about Stan. You know he was one of my favorite coaches and just an all around great guy. He passed that on to you Freddy. My sincere condolences

Michelle Garonzik

Posted at 12:27pm
So sorry to learn of Stanley’s passing. He always “lit” up a room. Not only was his presence always known, but he alway gave you his full presence. He was just one of those people that you had to live. He will be missed.

Meryle Feinstein

Posted at 11:13am
Dear Freddie, Billy and Family:
Please accept my sincerest condolences. I met Stanley when I was fifteen years old. We began dating and were engaged at one point. My memories go through the years as we wound up being neighbors in Millbrook later. Your Father was very special to me. Wonderful gentleman and pure pleasure to be near. Handsome, charismatic, and funny with a strong presence that endeared him to me instantly. I will never forget him and he will live in our hearts forever.

Michael Garonzik

Posted at 10:57am
Dear Freddie, Billy and Family:
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I knew your Dad very well. I used to hang with him and my Dad at the Track. Your Dad and my Dad were so funny together, making me laugh so hard. We all grew up together in Millbrook. Now my Dad and your Dad are together in Heaven having a "ball" I am sure. My best regards to you and your Family.
With love,
Michael Garonzik

Michael Bluestein

Posted at 08:04am
Freddy ,Billy, & family: Sorry to hear of your father’s passing. He was such a nice person.
May HaShem give you comfort at this time.

Stacy & Louis Schwartz

Posted at 06:40pm
Your dad had a smile for everyone. I will always remember his ougoing positive energy and his love for eveyone, especially his family. May his love live in your hearts forever and may you always remember him with a smile.

Sheila and Carl Smelkinson

Posted at 02:55pm
Dear Fred, Billy and Family,
We are so sorry to get this sad news of the passing of your Dad, Stanley. He was a great guy and we have all fond memories going back to Milbrook where we were close neighbors and friends. Just cannot believe that Marilyn and Stan are not with us any longer. He was always so proud of You and Billy and his grand kids. I know this is a difficult time for you all. He will never be forgotten by everyone who knew him. May all the happy times and wonderful memories be for a blessing. RIP dear Stan.

Milton Kline and Judy Kline

Posted at 02:50pm
Dear Heyman Family

Judy and I want to express our heartfelt sympathy on the loss of a great lifelong friend, teammate and rival. I assume, I have the distinction of knowing Stan longer than any of his contemporaries. We grew up one block apart on Westwood Ave. in West Baltimore and attended elementary school #62 on Smallwood Street. Many of us first noted his athletic prowess on the punch ball fields at @ #62 where he had a mighty left handed swing for home runs over the outfield fence. Like many of us in West Baltimore we spent our days at Easterwood Park under the legendary playground leader, Irv Luckman where we were exposed to a wide variety of sports and also learned sportsmanship. In Har Zion Hebrew School Stan was the pitcher and I was his catcher. That highlight of our season was playing Isaac Davidson and always beating them handily.
When Rabbi Jacob S. Green became the rabbi at Har Zion Synagogue he made a deal with the pre Bar Mitzvah boys. If we came to shul on the Sabbath morning, we could play on Sunday mornings whatever sport was in season. Well, Stan nor I ever missed a morning service. We played at the old YMHA on Monument Street and the old JEA in East Baltimore. Rabbi Green also got us a game at the old Baltimore Coliseum on Monroe St.
Many of us got our start in competitive sports playing football, basketball and softball for the West Baltimore Boys club that prepared us for high school competition.
Stan was prepared very well, for he later starred at City College in football, basketball and baseball. My friends and I watched him play basketball at the U of Baltimore which was one of the highest scoring teams on the nation.
I along with many of our lifelong friends will miss the presence of our life long friend Stanley Heyman at our Easterwood Reunions and I will miss our great conversations on any sports talk that was relevant.
He was a devoted family man who loved his family with a passion.
Rest in peace dear friend, and i will always remember the days of our youth and our friendship .

Milt Kline

Rob, Rebecca, Sam & Sofia Goldstein

Posted at 12:52pm
Tammy, Fred, Adam & Ethan,
Remembering fondly Stan and sharing in your loss. May you be comforted by our wonderful memories of him.

Jerry Kiewe

Posted at 11:58am
Tammy, Fred and family
So sorry to hear of your loss. May his memory be for a blessing

Alan Blank

Posted at 11:03am
Bill & Family: Deepest sympathy. May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion & Jerusalem.

Naomi and Howard

Posted at 11:03am
Dear Fred, Bill, and cousin Robert and family,
We have lost a favorite cousin, Stan, and grieve with you. May you remember the good times. He was so proud of each and every one of you. We even remember fondly your grandfather Uncle Willie. Stanley is now with your Mom. Love to all of you.
❤️ Naomi and Howard

Richard Fradkin

Posted at 09:20am
Freddie, sending my love and deepest condolences to you, Tammy, Adam, Ethan, and your entire family.

Chizuk Amuno Congregation

Posted at 09:05am
The Chizuk Amuno synagogue community expresses our sincere condolences on the passing of Stanley Heyman, father of our member, Fred Heyman. We extend our sympathies to the entire family. May you find comfort in our memories.

Michelle Hamed

Posted at 06:46am
Dear Bill and family,
Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your beloved father, Stanley Heyman. We have you in our thoughts and prayers.
With Sympathy,
Michelle Hamed, Geri Hamed and family.

Brian Kowitz

Posted at 08:13am
The Kowitz Family shares its deepest condolences. We will never forget the great times we all had to together traveling across the country for baseball and basketball! He was one of my favorite coaches! He was passionate and genuine! We will miss you coach!

Mindy Lipowitz

Posted at 07:02am
Jud and I are so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. He was such a kind, loving man. We are thinking of your time.

Patti Jeffery Hobbs💜

Posted at 03:01pm
I am so sorry to hear this. Sending love.

Barbara and Howard Schiff

Posted at 01:36pm
I remember Stanley from the old neighborhood. He always had a smile on his face. I remember him playing for City College. He always joked that my family 'lived above North Ave. and had a porch! He said he lived 'Below North' with no porch."
May he rest in peace. Our deepest sympathies to his family.

Howard and Barbara Schiff

Kathryn and Michael Gainor

Posted at 11:59am
Stanley was our neighbor for many years. I have fond memories of chatting with him while he was sitting on the porch. He was friends with my grandparents and would always ask about them. We will miss him. Rest In Peace.

Kathryn and Michael Gainor

Barbara and Michael Hettleman

Posted at 11:30am
Fred and Bill:
So sorry about your Dad’s passing. Hope that your closeness will be a legacy that you and all of yours will treasure. Our sincerest condolences.

Bob Frank

Posted at 06:06am
June and I are thinking of you all. Stan always seemed to have a smile and a kind word. He shared his baseball knowledge with kids and knew how to turn a lose into a learning opportunity and keep it all in perspective. May time leave you many more warm memories. Bob

Todd Snyder & Joan Miller

Posted at 12:19am
Fred, Tammy and Family - Our deepest condolences on your loss. Our thoughts are with you.

Martin Mintz

Posted at 09:24pm
My deepest sympathies to the Heyman family.. Stanley would always remind me of the good times we had when he coached little league. He would always ask about his pitcher my son Marc. He ALWAYS had a smile. I really enjoyed seeing and talking to him. May He rest in Pease.]

Hermie Blinchikoff

Posted at 05:20pm
To Stanley's Family,

Nannette and I were very sadden to read of Stanley's passing. Please accept our condolences. He was such a nice fellow and I will miss seeing him at the Easterwood Boys annual meeting.

I first met Stanley when we played on the Korb Bros. softball team at Easterwood Park in 1950. We then teamed up at City College baseball. For many years we played in the JCC Men's League and on the House team. He was a fine athlete and always played aggressively.

We would bump into each other over the years and it was always nice to talk to him. He was definitely one of the good guys. The years go by too fast.

Rest in peace, Stanley.

Baltimore City College Alumni Association

Posted at 03:20pm
To all who mourn for
Stanley L. Heyman
the Offices and Board of the
Baltimore City College Alumni Association
extend their condolences.

Carol Alpert

Posted at 03:13pm
I walked with Stan at the Gym , he was a very Special man. My deepest condolences.
Carol Alpert

Bernard Heyman

Posted at 01:20pm
So sorry to hear of Stanley's passing. My cousin Stanley and I were close growing up in west Baltimore.
May his memory be comforting to all.

Cousins Harriet and Stuart

Posted at 12:51pm
Dear Fred,Tammy, Bill and Andrea,

We were so saddened to hear about our dear Cousin Stanley passing away.
He was so special, and we always looked forward to coming back home to visit with both Stan and Marilyn.
We have so many wonderful memories of the good times we shared with them that will stay with us

With our deepest sympathy.


Marlene & Bruce Solomon

Posted at 12:50pm
Dear Lou and Family,
We were saddened to learn of the passing of your beloved brother, Stanley. May your fond memories help sustain you through this difficult time. And, may he Rest In Peace.
With deepest sympathy,
Marlene & Bruce Solomon

Nadine and Ray weinstein

Posted at 12:41pm
Fred and Billy,

We are so sorry to learn of Stanley's passing. Your family has had a very difficult year, and we can
only hope that the memories of all the good times will provide some level of comfort. We remember fondly the Little League days when Ray and your Dad coached together, and your Mom
and I watched together. Seeing them over the years always brought back happy memories, and
that is how we will remember them.
Sending wishes for peaceful days ahead, all of you sharing and laughing as you reminisce.

Jon & Stephanie Ferber

Posted at 12:32pm
We are very sorry to learn to f the passing of your dad. He was a very nice, personable & friendly guy. Wishing you and your family good memories to help ease your pain.

Icy, Lenny and Fred

Posted at 11:36am
To Freddie and Family,

We all share your sorrow and send our deepest condolences.
Lots of great memories.

Gloria Pever Gordon

Posted at 11:29am
My “0ld” kindergarten friend has passed away. It makes me so sad. So many memories through the years.

My deepest sympathies to his family.
He was the best.

Scott and Renee ' Furman

Posted at 10:40am
Heyman Family,
So sorry to hear the news. Thoughts and prayers. My deepest condolences. Lost my mom last week as well 85. Hope they both RIP. Loved my man, Stanley. We'll miss him.

Michael Simons

Posted at 10:28am
Dear Fred and sorry to hear of your father’s passing. May your many wonderful memories of times spent with your dad help you thru this very difficult time. May he Rest In Peace

Helene Waranch

Posted at 10:25am
Dear Fred,
So sorry to learn of the passing of your dad. I am thinking about you. May your many memories sustain you and your family now and for a long time to come.

Laraine B Fisher

Posted at 10:19am
To Stanley's family - I read with such sorrow this morning of Stanley's passing. My date to my senior prom! A handsome and wonderful person. We always talked at the gym, and when he would be sitting outside the Giant waiting for your mom. My deepest condolences to all. Very sad day.
My heartfelt condolences

Neal Lichter

Posted at 10:17am
So sorry for your family’s loss. May his memory be a blessing to your family.

Rhona Simon

Posted at 09:21am
My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved father and grandfather. May his memory be for a blessing.

Joel L Simon

Posted at 09:07am
Freddy, Bill, and family, please accept my condolences on the passing of your beloved father, grandfather, and coach. May his memory be a blessing to you always

Ronnie Footlick

Posted at 07:27am
Dear Fred and Bill and very sorry and sad I was to read about your Dad’s passing. Having to say goodbye to both your parents within a year is the hardest thing you will ever have had to do. You all shared a wonderfully close life and hopefully those times spent created memories that will sustain you in the difficult days ahead. My deepest condolences!

Janet and Rich Livingston

Posted at 07:05am
Fred and Tammy and family
so very sorry for your loss
may his memory be for a blessing

Darrin Davis

Posted at 06:43am
Our prayers go out to you and your family . I remember Stanley from back in the day football and baseball in Pikesville.

Benzer Family

Posted at 05:25am
Please accept our heartfelt condolences on your loss. May his memory be a blessing. Stan was a mensch in every aspect of his life.

Patti Jeffery Hobbs💗

Posted at 01:03am
I am very sorry for your loss. Your dad was so sweet.

Diana McClure

Posted at 09:18pm
Fred and Family, we are So Very Sorry for the loss of Poppy. Every time we saw him at the races it was a wonderful experience. He was SO Proud of You and P Kearney and all your horses. Sending you hugs and comfort.

Ira Garonzik

Posted at 06:03pm
Dear Bill, Fred, Tammy, and family:

We are so sad to hear about Stan‘s passing. He was such an important part of my childhood and growing up in Millbrook. I loved having him on the sidelines at all of our football games. Stan was such a great father and husband. I am honored to have had him as a friend. Please except our sincerest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Jeffrey C Taylor

Posted at 06:03pm
Bill, We are thinking of you and your family and keeping you in our prayers. Jeff and Jane Taylor

Amy Petrica

Posted at 05:51pm
Tammy and Family,
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

Monica and Abraham Schneider

Posted at 05:47pm
Dear Bill, Andrea, Ari, Gabe and Elana,
Very sorry for your loss. We will always cherish the good times with Stan as the biggest fan for his grandkids playing soccer, lacrosse or basketball. We are thinking of you in these difficult times. May his memory be for a blessing.

Shannon Wollman

Posted at 05:37pm
Tammy and Fred,
I’m so sorry for your loss. Thank you so much for choosing Gilchrist as a recipient of contributions in your dad’s memory. We are very grateful.
Sincere condolences.

Maureen and Howard Davidov

Posted at 05:23pm
Dear Fred, Bill, and family: Our heartfelt sympathy to you on the loss of your father. May his memory always be for a blessing.

Colin & Amy (Silberman) Blow

Posted at 04:12pm
Freddy & Tammy
My condolences on the loss of your Dad. I hope your wonderful memories help you through these difficult days.

Andy Dansicker & Lori Lickstein

Posted at 04:12pm

We're so sorry to hear about your loss. If there's anything you need, please don't hesitate to let me know.

Andy Dansicker & Lori Lickstein

Linda and Manny Richman

Posted at 04:06pm
Freddy we want you to know how sorry we are for your loss.keep your memories close.

Michele Brill

Posted at 04:02pm
So sorry for your loss. May his memory be for a blessing. Thinking of all of you at this sad time.

Mary Ann Campanella

Posted at 03:33pm
So very sorry for your loss.I have known the Heyman family for many years.There were a great family and i will miss Marilyn and Stan.May they both Rest in Peace.

Gil Zemlak

Posted at 03:29pm
I have known the Heyman family for years,as far back as Ingleside Avenue.What a GREAT guy. I will miss him at Shule time.Rest in Peace my friend.

sheldon caplan

Posted at 03:19pm
Bill, so very sorry for your loss. Stan and I go back to the days at CitY College.

Shari Kirk and family

Posted at 02:50pm
We are so very sorry for your loss. We are sending our thoughts and prayers.

Betty Sless Coppel

Posted at 02:26pm
To Stan's entire family....i remember when Stan and my (late husband Jerry Coppel) managed Freddie's and my son Steven's baseball teams. Stan, Marilyn, Jerry and I became really good friends. we used to come and go over each other's houses, went out together and had so much fun. I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. They were both so proud of the two of you. He was such a lovely gentlemen and always so nice to everyone. Please accept my deepest sympathy and maybe the two of them will meet once again. I'm sure your memories of both of your parents will be so special to you.....keep them close to your heart. I believe those memories will sustain you for ever. Keep them close to your hear. :May he Rest in Peace"

Phylis , Howard and Tamara Schuchman

Posted at 02:20pm
Freddie, Billy and Family,
I'm so very sorry to learn about your Dear Dad passing. We've known one another since the
Milbrook Days, sitting together at school functions and little league games, etc..
May G-d Keep Everyone Strong Today and All The Days Ahead !
When someone you love becomes a Memory,
The Memory Becomes A Treasure (Stanley was a Treasure to Everyone Who Know Him ! ).....


Jackie Cohen

Posted at 01:55pm
I was saddened to learn of Stanley’s passing. I have very fond memories of the times when I was in the company of your dad and your mom as well. They always had a kind and friendly word. There was never a time that they did not express their pride in their children and grandchildren. It was a pleasure to know both of your parents.
May their memories always be a blessing to you.

Alan Garten

Posted at 01:37pm
Bill and Fred and family: So sorry for the loss of your father. I met him many times over the years and could easily tell where you obtained your great genes and characters. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Fran and Ken Finkelstein and family

Posted at 01:07pm
Sending heartfelt condolences to your family. Thanks for sharing all those beautiful photos.

Sharon Martin

Posted at 12:58pm
Fred, Tammy and family, I'm sorry for your loss, May his memory be a blessing to all of your.

Sara, Brett, Jemma & Phoebe Dechowitz

Posted at 12:57pm
Fred & Tammy-
We're so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and sending you all of our love!

Serge and Martha Socolar

Posted at 12:55pm
Dear Tammy and Fred,
You have such a wonderful family.
Martha and I wanted you to know that we are thinking about you and your family and sending our warmest thoughts to all of you during this difficult time.

Nancy and David Bookoff

Posted at 12:30pm
So sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted by your wonderful memories.

Phyllis and Stuart Cutler

Posted at 12:25pm
We are so sorry for your loss.May all your wonderful memories be a blessing to the life of your father.
Phyllis and Stuart Cutler

Patti Long

Posted at 11:43am
May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences.

Lurline Kahapea

Posted at 11:43am
My heartfelt condolences go out to Tammy and the Heyman Family.

Jim Glick

Posted at 11:12am
Fred, Tammy, Adam & Ethan,

Please know I’ll be with you all in spirit & thoughts. Stanley will always be in my heart.

Joe and Lisa Zajdel

Posted at 10:39am
Joe and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. May his memory be a blessing. We are thinking of you and your family during this difficult time.

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