Celebrating the life of Stanley F. Tenerowicz, Jr.
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Stan was born in 1951, and was raised in the Springfield/Wilbraham area. He graduated from Minnechaug Regional High School in 1969, and was active in many activities and sports. Many people knew Stan for his golfing abilities, but he was also an accomplished musician in High School. He continued his education at Mt. Hermon School, and ultimately graduated from Rutgers University in 1974 with an undergraduate degree in biology. He continued his education and obtained an MBA in later years.
During his career, Stan was a well respected wetlands scientist, working as the Conservation Agent in Springfield, a principal of ECOTEC Environmental Associates in East Longmeadow, and the owner of his own firm, Sweet Bay Environmental in Wilbraham.
Stan and his wife Elaine maintained their primary residence in Wilbraham, and they spent significant time at their property in Brewster. Family ties connected Stan to Brewster. His wetlands profession was the result of many summers spent growing up at Paines Creek.
Stan’s love of golf was a family affair, with his mother and father being avid golfers and members of Ludlow Country Club. Stan was a key player on his HIgh School and College golf teams. He was a member of the Ludlow Country Club his entire life, and was very active in the club and its many tournaments. He was also a member of Captains Golf Course in Brewster for almost 30 years.
Unknown to many, Stan was an excellent cook, and connoisseur of fine wines and craft beers. He entertained many friends and family, showcasing these skills, for their enjoyment.
Stan’s untimely death has robbed us of many future years of enjoying times with him and his special smile, wit, and gentle personality.
Walk Through Visitation for Stan will be held on Thursday, January 28th from 9:30am - 10:45am in Ludlow Funeral Home 432 East St. Ludlow, Ma. 01055 adhering to no contact and social distancing guidelines. Due to COVID restrictions, the funeral service and burial will be private.
A celebration of Stan’s life is planned to be held at Ludlow Country Club at a future date when conditions permit. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Stan’s memory to Francis Ouimet Golf Scholarship Fund 300 Arnold Palmer Boulevard Norton, MA 02766 (ouimet.org) or to the Charity of One’s Choice.
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