Deceased Information


    Stanley Harold Pollock

  • AGE



    Sunday, February 05, 2023 (Before Sunset)


    Wednesday, February 08, 2023


    10:00 AM


    PW: Connect18


    Shiva will be observed on Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Stanley Pollock.



    Stanley Harold Pollock, 74, of Dunwoody, Georgia passed away on Sunday February 5, 2023. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia attended Grady High School and graduated from the University of Georgia in 1970. He then went on to law school at Mercer University School of Law in Macon, Georgia and had a long career in regulatory banking law.  Stanley was also known as “Coach Pollock” from his many years of coaching youth sports at the Atlanta Jewish Community Center.  He loved playing golf, vacationing in the Florida Keys and Georgia Bulldog sports.  He was a loyal and devoted husband, father and grandfather and a compassionate friend to many.  Stanley is survived by his son Mark Pollock (Keri), his daughter Jennifer Bender (Mike), and his daughter, Brittany Pollock. Other survivors include his four grandchildren–Hannah and Sydney Bender and Max and Sarah Pollock. Stanley is predeceased by his loving wife Susan Bolgla Pollock and by his parents, Max Pollock and Gloria Axelrod Pollock. The funeral service will be held at 10 AM on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at Congregation Or Hadash, 7460 Trowbridge Road, Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328, with a burial following at noon at North Atlanta Memorial Park. Rabbi Laurence Rosenthal will officiate. Arrangements by Dressler's 770-451-4999.


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  • Robert and Karen Ragsdale

    We are sad to hear of Stan's death. Our deepest sympathies and sending prayers to all the family. We have been neighbors for many years.

  • Jenny and Jonny Mopper

    We are so sad to hear about Stanley. He was such a kind man. Our deepest condolences to his children, grandchildren and the entire family. Stanley was truly a mensch.

  • Alfred Bernstein

    Classmate & fraternity brother, hate to hear about Stan & Susan both ab

  • Holly and AJ Silverman

    AJ and I are heartbroken. He and AJ have a very long history of playing and coaching at the JCC and an even longer friendship. The best guy ! He will be very missed. Our love and thoughts go out to his family xx

  • Ann Olim

    I have so many fond memories of Stanley coaching at the Jewish Community City. I am so sorry for the entire family.

  • Hilda and Ira Gingold

    To the family of Coach Pollock-So sorry for your loss. He was the best! We have many wonderful memories of our coaching days and thanks for your friendship- Hilda and Ira Gingold

  • David Cohen

    Sorry to hear of Stanley’s passing. He was a backyard neighbor growing up, a fraternity brother and a great guy who will be missed. May his memory be a blessing

  • Steven & Stephanie Baumrind

    We just heard the sad news about Stanley. What a huge loss this is. He was always such a nice man, and always someone I respected, not only as a child, but as an adult as well. I have fond memories of him and those will stay with me forever. Coach were the BEST!!!

  • Brian Wertheim

    Stanley Pollock was a Mensch. His life was full of love and laughter. He was so very special. May he rest in peace.

  • Jeannette Pichulik Zukor

    Dear Pollack Family: I'm so sorry to hear of Stan's death. We were classmates at Grady High School. He is definitely gone too soon. May your memories be for a blessing.

  • Norma Appel

    So sad to hear of Stan's death. My deepest sympathies and sending love to all.