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Stanley Edward Carlson, age 69, of Buffalo, MN died peacefully in his sleep on April 26, 2023.

He as born on November 15, 1953 in Minneapolis, MN the oldest son of Stanley A. and Gladys E. (Bloom) Carlson.

Stanley attended Edison High School in Minneapolis.  From a young age, he had a keen interest in sports.  He excelled in softball and baseball.  He loved watching all of his hometown teams; Vikings, Twins, Timberwolves, Wild, etc.  Stan worked as a chef, he loved cooking, especially for his family and friends.  He enjoyed spending time with his family and always made time for anyone who needed or wanted his company.  He had a great sense of humor and could make anyone laugh with his witty jokes and his infectious smile.  Stan will be deeply missed by his family and friends, as well as others with which he met throughout his lifetime.

Stan is survived by his four sisters and a brother:  Lynda Carlson-Hall of Tucson, AZ, Vicky (Tom) LaPlant of Buffalo, MN, Debra Lee of Tucson, AZ, Scott (Lori) Carlson of Brooklyn Park, MN and Theresa Maire of Monticello, MN; seven nieces and a nephew; other relatives and friends.

Memorial service for Stanley Carlson will be held on Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at 2:00 PM at The Peterson Chapel, Buffalo, MN.  Pastor Dean Brown will officiate.

Visitation will take place one hour prior to services at the funeral home.

The Peterson Chapel, Buffalo, MN assisted the family with funeral services.  On-line condolences can be made at


5 Guestbook Entries

  1. Dona Anderson

    Oh Dear cousin! Didn’t see much of each other lately, but was so fun chatting on Facebook! Lots of memories from a long time ago. Will miss you terribly!

  2. Deb Conzet

    RIP Stanley, You will be missed, Say Hi to Chris and the Gang

  3. Frank Ferraro

    Stanley was a great kid growing up. He would come to our bar and hang with the other kid and play pinball machine he will be missed. RIP Stan. Frankie Ferraro

  4. Karla Mortensen

    Another family member gone too soon. I remember Stanley coming to visit me & Jerry many times at our house in Shell Lake. Always a fun time! Rest in Peace.

  5. Randy Ferrars

    Kind hearted person.
    Spent years together at Eastside, bowling alley, where we were teammates and bowling competitors.
    I still remember those days vividly. RIP Stan


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