We're sorry to hear of your father's passing. Our thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.
When I worked with you at IBM, we always got good results. The world will miss you, Al. With great respect,
I met Al the first day I went to work for IBM in July 1961. I got to know Al very well and I liked him a lot. Al was a very good guy and an outstanding college athlete.
The Louisville IBM administrative office could not have survived without Al.
I only had the opportunity to spend just a little time with Mr. Graehler on a few occasions but each time he made me feel so welcome. Mr. Graehler had certain qualities of my Dad, strong, a straight shooter, compassion for others, courage and a God fearing man. I had the good fortune of spending some time with Mr. Graehler's family on a few occasions and they are great people. Those types of families do not happen by accident. Mr. Graehler's greatest legacy will be that of his family..sons, daughters,grandchildren and great grandchildren. Today more than ever, this country needs more people of great moral character and strength like Mr. Graehler. God rest your soul sir.
Thank you for your service to our country. R.I.P. From a grateful American.