I knew Al for almost 50 years and although it began as a business relationship, it was my privilege to know Al on more of a personal basis after we both retired. In both cases, Al was a kind, fair and caring gentleman who was touched by many and who will be missed by all. Rolly Quick
I worked with Al for over 32 years off and on. It was always a pleasure to work for him. You could not find a finer man. He will be missed.
God bless you Al, you were a good man, a good leader and an excellent mentor and always a gentleman. I was privileged to both know and work with you.
God bless and keep you Al! And your family at this difficult time@ You were definitely one of the "good guys" at the Flight Academy! Thanks for all you did! Well done, my friend!
Al was a major contributor to the success and quality of AA's flight simulators. A true professional and a pleasure to work with. Joan and I send condolences to Becky and family.
I worked with Al on F-111 simulators at General Dynamics (now Lockheed). He was a great guy to work with. A true gentlemen.
My thoughts and prayers are with Becky and the family.
With love, sympathy and fond memories of Western Hills United Methodist Church.
It was a joy to work with you at A.A. You were a genuinely kind and decent guy to be around.
Al will be missed. I've know him for over 30 years and if it wasn't for Al I would not have made it to AA. He was not only my boss but a dear friend. God bless you Becky and the family.