How very - VERY sad to get this news.
I can only say it was a proud privilege to have known Stanley; if only briefly via email. A true and charming gentleman by his demeanour in our regular cyberspace exchanges.
Selfishly, I deeply regret not having had the opportunity to meet him personally, although did feel we got to know each other.
Our common link was that my Grandpa worked with Stanley on a couple of productions back in the day; "The Square Mile Murder" & "Doomsday At Eleven" - aside from enjoying his welcome recollections of those, I had been on a quest to obtain an original poster of the latter for Stanley (as had learnt he dearly wanted one) which remains elusively rare.
So thank you Stanley and farewell; I hope you can now look down on us from your writing desk in the clouds and amuse at all our madness around.
You will certainly never be forgotten and we surely all convey our heartfelt warmest respects to Linda.