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STAN CHRISTOFFERSON


Christofferson's 'incredible legacy' is a pathway to the future
MAY 29, 2012

Stan Christofferson and his daughter, Katie, shared a few moments between vists from guests at the Stand Up For Stan fundraiser on March 29. Katie delivered Stan his first grandson earlier this spring.

Stan Christofferson, owner of the Great Bay Oyster House, was an easy mark for people seeking help with a project that needed some infusion of money or contributions of goods. He was a good place to start because it would prove to be a positive beginning for a community drive.

“I would walk into Stan’s office and he would say, ‘you’re here again? How much do I owe you now chief?’ Anytime we needed something or wanted help Stan was there for us,” Greer Police Chief Dan Reynolds said. Reynolds laughed at the recurring visits that resulted in both teasing each other. Cops for Tots and other fundraisers were always the winners and Stan “provided valuable assistance to us.”

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Balloon launch to follow memorial for Christofferson
MAY 25, 2012

A balloon launch is planned for 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 29 after the memorial drop-in for Stan Christofferson who died last Friday.

The 100 yellow balloons, sold for $1, will be launched at City Park. Money raised from the balloon launch and memorial donations to the “Stand Up For Stan” fund, in lieu of flowers, will help with medical bills for Christofferson as well as other families that are struggling with cancer.

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Memorial drop-in for Christofferson is May 29
MAY 21, 2012

Stan Christofferson and his daughter, Katie, helped promote a second Stand Up For Stan benefit to help a youth with medical expenses battling cancer. Katie was pregnant when this photo was taken at the benefit. Her son was born in late April giving Stan his first grandson.

A memorial drop-in will be held for Stan Christofferson on Tuesday, May 29 from 5-7 p.m. at Grace Hall.

Christofferson, owner of the Great Bay Oyster House, died Friday night after over a yearlong battle with cancer. He was 54. He was diagnosed with bladder and lung cancer.

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Christofferson, owner of Great Bay Oyster House, dies
MAY 19, 2012

Stan Christofferson, 54, died Friday night. The owner of the Great Bay Oyster House at 109 E. Poinsett Street, often worked at home while recovering from chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

Stan Christofferson, a pioneer in Greer’s restaurant industry, has died at the age of 54. Christofferson has been fighting cancer for over a year. He was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2011 and recently battled a brain tumor diagnosed in April.

The Great Bay Oyster House (GBOH), owned by Christofferson, was the anchor restaurant in Greer that led to what has become known as restaurant row. The GBOH, at 109 E. Poinsett, has been in Greer nearly eight years.

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