Stanley G, Nicholas

  • Born: February 4, 1928
  • Died: August 12, 2021
  • Location: Central, South Carolina

Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home & Crematory

108 Cross Creek Road
Central, SC 29630

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Tel. (864) 639-2411

Tribute & Message From The Family

Stanley Gosanko Nicholas, 93, husband of Louise Montgomery Nicholas passed away Thursday, August 12, 2021 at Dominion Health Care in Clemson.

The family will receive friends from 11:30 to 12:30 Saturday, August 21, 2021 in the Parish House of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.

The Memorial service will be at 1 PM, Saturday, August 21, 2021 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church will Rev. Suz Cate officiating.

Due to concerns with Covid-19, the family requests that all wear face coverings.

A FULL OBITUARY WILL BE PLACED ON THIS WEBSITE WHEN COMPLETED.

Visit RobinsonFuneralHomes.com or Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home & Cremations, Central-Clemson Commons.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Stan Nicholas gave me an opportunity to be a part of Clemson University for more than 25 years when he hired me to be the only staff support person in the newly formed Research Administrative office. For that I am forever thankful! After almost 20 years of retirement I reflect on those years at Clemson and fondly remember what a gentleman Stan Nicholas was. Over these last few years we have had some pleasant phone visits, most recently in February on his birthday. Louise has always been a most gracious woman and they were truly inseparable. To Louise and the entire family, Ron and I offer our sincere condolences.
Chris Thurston

Posted by Chris Thurston - Bella Vista, AR - Coworker   August 19, 2021

I may be the only active faculty member who worked with Stan but retired faculty will recall him. I only knew him as a high level administrator but he had an appointment in Mechanical Engineering before I came here.

Stan was Clemson's original Director of Research. He ushered in incentive accounts, about the one significant thing a VPR has done to forward research in my 40 years here. He was intelligent, insightful and well respected.

Richard Figliola
Mechanical Engineering
Clemson University

Posted by Richard Figliola - Clemson, SC - Coworker   August 18, 2021

Stan was a excellent example of how to live your life. I loved interacting with him at Rotary. He was so full of life and was a fine example of a Rotarian. We will miss his wit at our meetings.

Posted by Ethel Pettigrew - Clemson, SC - Acquaintance   August 18, 2021