Northwest Arkansas Gem and Mineral Society
Saturday March 5th, 2022
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Stanley Arthur Wolfram
Stanley was born on September 18, 1940, in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He was the son of Ewald Ernst Wolfram and Loleene Kessterson Wolfram. He was the widow of the late Mary Dodge Wolfram, whom he married on June 30, 1962, in Ashtabula, Ohio. Stanley attended Anderson College from 1958 to 1962 where he earned his bachlor's degree in Botany,earned his master’s degree in Science from the University of Indianna and had been working on his Doctorate at the University of Arkansas. He taught at John Brown University for four years from 1965 to 1969 in the Science Department, teaching Botany, Zoology, Biology, Anatomy, Physics and Chemistry Lab. He worked for the Christian Children's Fund from 1972 until 1985 including going to Guatemala for a CCF Conference. He volunteered for the Siloam Springs Department of Emergency Management under the Police Department and Fire Department since 1974. As of 2022, he was still a certified Ordained Minister of the Church of God. He was also a life member of the Northwest Arkansas Gem and Mineral Society.
Stanley is survived by three sons, Eric and Timothy Wolfram of the home and Anthony Wolfram of Flint Ridge, Oklahoma; one grandson, Daylan; several cousins, Nona Wolfram of Illinois, Peggy Kemper of Florida, and Gordan Boetcher; a sister-in-law, Shirley Dodge of Colorado and four cats, along with other family members and friends.
Cremation arrangements are entrusted to Backstrom~Pyeatte Funeral Home of Siloam Springs, Arkansas.
I knew Stanley thru the NWA Gem and mineral society and found him very knowledgeable on minerals and gems. He would share any new information he had read about with club members. He will be missed.
Phyllis Thurman Feb 10 2022 5:07 PM
Thankful for people like Mr. Woolfram who was a civil servant. Prayers for family.
Tim Estes Feb 6 2022 12:20 PM
so sorry for your loss
Pattie Redmon Feb 5 2022 11:18 AM
Stanley Wolfram exemplified the true meaning of selfless service. He cared about the people of Siloam Springs, giving of his time and energy to protect and serve anyone and everyone who needed help.
He set the bar high when it came to dedication to his beloved, adopted community.
Stanley had many friends and will be missed by all.
May God bless and comfort each member of his family.
Steve and Janice Low Feb 5 2022 1:43 AM
Stanley was a member of the Northwest Arkansas Gem and Mineral Society for over thirty years. His passing has left a big hole in the club. He was always willing to serve and did in many capacities. At different times, Stanley was president of the Society, secretary, show chairman, security for the Society's shows. He provided many video programs for the meetings. He was faithful to get the clubhouse heated for the meetings or would contact someone to do so in his absence. I am sure I have missed naming all the things Stanley did for the Society. He was a very knowledgeable person and would take time to explain to you. Anthony, Eric, Tim; may God give you peace and comfort.
Connie and Larry McGarrah Feb 4 2022 1:27 PM
So sorry to hear of Stanley's passing. He will definitely be missed at the Rock Club where he was very active.
DeLane Cox Feb 3 2022 10:16 PM