Alonzo Hilton Shockley, Jr.
Kay, I can only imagine your grief at the loss of dear Alonzo. I had the privilege of knowing him and working with him, when I was on the staff of AASA. What fond memories, and what a good friend. Thank you for keeping in touch and please accept my most sincere sympathy. The world has lost a ray light tonight. Nick Penning
You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
You were an inspiration to me and to many whom you have helped throughout your life in different ways. Our loving thoughts go with you and to Kay, Novella, Cheryl, Lonnie and your grandchildren.
Grand-Nephew Troy, wife Kristine, daughters Simone and Tara
Truly one of the nicest gentleman I've had the pleasure of meeting. always so pleasant with a wonderful smile. He will be missed.
A dedicated educator who made a positive impression on the lives of many when working at Paul L. Dunbar School in Laurel DE. He will always live in the lives of his many grateful students.