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April 30, 2017

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August 2, 2013
Alan will be missed, he was a good guy, always warm and friendly. A friend for sure.
July 3, 2013
Your final road was so long and you were so very tired. I truly hope you were able to stop by Idaho on your way out. Rest in peace; I will think of you always. Judi
July 1, 2013
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones at this sorrowful time. Even though we believe we will be reunited one day, the passing of a loved one is a difficult and painful time. I loved Alan; he was an amazing and gentle person. His time on this earth left a long lasting and noticeable footprint of goodness and kindness. I pray you have peace and God's comfort in the days to come. God Bless You. Debbie Danilow - AHHS Class of '65
July 1, 2013
Very sorry to hear of Alan's passing. What a fine, fun man! We certainly appreciated his real estate acumen when we moved back to Fort Worth in 2004, but we completely enjoyed his sense of humor and storytelling. He kept the kids on their toes during the househunting process, and he was infinitely patient with Don's OCD. It was such a great pleasure to know and work with him.
With our love, thoughts, and prayers,
The Watenpaugh family
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