Stanley J. Charlamb, MD

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Stanley J. Charlamb, MD, 93, died Sunday evening at St. Joseph’s hospital. Born in New York City on July 15, 1926 to Leon and Sadie Charlamb, he was a graduate of the New York City School of Music and Art; New York University; and The University of Lausanne School of Medicine.

He and Arlene met in New York City. He followed her to Syracuse where he completed his ophthalmology training at Upstate Medical Center. They were married in 1959 and settled in Syracuse where they raised their family.

Stanley was an accomplished artist. He created beautiful ceramics, as well as charcoal and pencil artworks. He was also a talented pianist.

Dr. Charlamb was a practicing ophthalmologist in Syracuse for more than 40 years until retiring well into his 80’s. He will forever be remembered for his sharing of his love of art and music with his grandchildren.

He is survived by his wife Arlene; their sons Larry (Jayne), and Mark (Mara); grandchildren Brian Jacob, Max, Abigail, and Leo; and his sister Roberta Lerea.

Private graveside services for the immediate family are in Poiley Tzedek Cemetery. Contributions in his memory may be made to The Fiorello H. Laguardia High School of Music and Art: or The Medical Alumni Foundation for Upstate Medical University:

Sisskind Funeral Service has arrangements.

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Dear Larry and Jayne, Marc and Mara, children and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you all on your loss. May his memory be for a blessing. What a lovely and long life your father enjoyed! May he RIP.

Written by Norene Lavine
2020-06-22 8:17:27 PM

Mark and Mara, and family So sorry for your loss. Thoughts are with you.

Written by Kathy Barany
2020-06-23 1:53:41 PM

My dearest Arlene: My thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy are with you, Larry, Mark and their families. Stan was a wonderful man. May he rest in peace with God. Love JoAnna

Written by JoAnna Marciano
2020-06-23 8:30:02 PM

Larry, Mark, and the Charlamb family, I’m so very sorry for such a loss to your family. Thinking of you all during this very difficult time.

Written by Amy Principato (Burke)
2020-06-25 3:16:53 PM

so sorry for the loss

Written by steven hess
2020-06-29 8:40:32 PM