As a father-in-law and Grampa. Al really showed how much he loved his family. Not so much in outward displays of affection, but more so in his faithfulness to provide for them, and in his steadfast loyalty to them until the end. God bless you Al.....now you are with your precious Martha. Well done!
I enjoyed my 9 or 10 years working with Al at the Ocotillo Power Plant. Like others have said, he was a real professional. I was very lucky to have worked with someone with so much knowledge early in my career. Al and family are in my thoughts.
When I joined the team at the APS Ocotillo Power Plant in 1961 I met Al Alekson. He was a good friend and co worker. He was always professional. In 1986 I was privileged to relieve him from his shift the night he retired. He came to my retirement party in 1994.
Richard Smith (Smitty)
Al you have always been a true gentleman as well as a gentle man. I will miss talking to you, but most of all I will miss you at all our family gatherings. I know that you are happy to be with your beloved Martha. Dance with her. Much love, Mollie Pusateri
To my great friend and co worker Al, we had a great time working at the Ocotillo Power Plant, you taught me a lot. Best of all you taught me real friendship. I always will appreciate our working together, thank you ole buddy mine and I know that God has blessed you. Hope you save me a good seat, cause I will be coming to join you soon. Love ya man....Ron Craig