Condolences for Dr. Stanley Gordon Dienst

Bob and Patrick Brown posted on 10/5/19

Stanley was a kind soul. We knew him when he lived in our area and made a trip out to visit him and his wonderful family that still resonates with us. We will miss him. Our deepest condolences to Brad and Patricia and their family. Bob and Pat Brown from Bismarck

 

Bob And Pat Brown posted on 10/5/19

Stanley was a wonderful man. We knew him when he was living in our area and made a trip out to visit him and his wonderful family that still resonates with us. We will miss his kind soul. Our deepest condolences to Brad and Patricia. Bob and Pat Brown

 

Julie Gordon posted on 10/2/19

I met Stan Dienst when he served as an advocate for a Department of Peace and Nonviolence in Washington DC. It was his hope that a Department of Peace would be a vehicle for creating a Secretary of Peace to sit at the table with the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of State and bring a perspective that could aide our country and the world in the wisdom and process of peace-building. Stan was a man who acted on his convictions. His integrity and compassion were evidenced in the words he spoke and the causes he fought for. His leadership in the Physicians for Social Responsibility and the Department of Peace were exemplary. It was a privilege to work with Stan, a man of deep conviction and consistent action. His long devotion to the cause of peace and justice has left its mark, and he will be greatly missed and long remembered.

 

Jeff Carter, Executive Director, PSR posted on 9/19/19

On behalf of the national office of Physicians for Social Responsibility, I would like to express my condolences to Dr. Dienst’s family. What an amazing life. I’m sorry that I never had a chance to meet him, but proud to know that he was a part of the PSR family. All of our at PSR are inspired by his dedication to peace, disarmament and the environment.

 

Susan Geike-Lyon posted on 9/10/19

Oh how I loved Stan and all the wonderful memories of him and the One World Coffee House. Thanks to Stan the world is a better place. My deepest condolences to all his family. We will have a memorial in Bismarck ND

 

Kenneth Perkins posted on 9/1/19

Will cherish many travel adventures and discussions on global warming and nuclear proliferation. He offered passive words in his quiet demeanor. Our family has an "empty chair without his presence". The Ken and Lorraine Perkins family