Al was the ultimate gentleman. Scarlet and I have such fond memories of him. Al helped me get my contractors license and I am still building in Western North Carolina. He gave much more than he took from this world.
Al Cole helped me get my contractors license. I am still building in Western North Carolina. My wife Scarlet and I have such fond memories of Al. He was a wonderful man and the ultimate gentleman.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
Mother and I agree there is a sadness which looms over Granada Court North with the loss of our beloved neighbor and friend.
Al had a way of making everyone feel welcome and important to our community. And always looking out for those who may need a helping hand. Especially making sure contractors would not take advantage of the widows of our community!
As a young girl I knew Mr. Cole was a special man. He always gave generously when asked to help in any way. It was when I moved back to Plant City and next door to Al & Betty that I learned the extent of his kindness. Always checking on us and making sure everyone was fine. What a gentleman!
To Betty and Al's lovely family, our prayers are with you. We all loved Al for the joy he gave us... His warm and gracious smile will be missed so very much!
Dennis and I will always remember Al fondly and we'll miss him deeply. Our condolences to all his Family & Friends!
I will always remember you as Grandad "Boo". You will always be an inspiration to me with your hard work and dedication to your family. Thank you for all the love over the years towards me and my family. I will strive to live life with the dedication and determination you wanted me to have. May God give you peace in eternal life, love your grandson, Joel
Thoughts and Prayers are with your family at this time. We are sorry for your loss.
Both Joe and I know the vacuum that exists when you lose a parent. Please accept our condolences and prayers for you and your family during this difficult time.
Joe & Jean Smith