So very sorry to hear of Al's passing. Last time I saw him was when he visited Don and I here in Florida. You all have my sympathy.
Jim, this is a great pic I cant believe how little he changed, I always get a smile thinking of him coaching us in Pony league, on the way to a game we were crossing Woodville Rd and his accelerator stuck, lol, how flew around the.corner into the empty lot accross from Mac.s he got it fixed, but sure glad. that lot was empty, he had words with the car but soon was smiling again!! My Dad spoke of the.days they played, I.think.Keith Duckets Dad also, he was a grest guy, I only regret I have become afraid to ask hows Daad, or Mom, now I wish I had siad say hello! Jim my offer is good always got # and left mine, GodBless, we lost one great guy, I will remember his smile, and easy going ways! I know others are tok, but im here should ya need anything, time matter little im up late! Give it time my friend*
Dear family I'm so sorry for your lost of your love one may the fond memories continue to give you peace and may the God of all Comfort be with you.
To the Belcik Family. I went to school, played basketball and worked with Al and I want to express my sorrow to you for your loss. I had some great times with Al and he will be missed by all who knew him.
Jackie, Jim and family, Our prayers and thoughts are with you. We were very saddened to hear that your father passed away.