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April 07, 2014
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February 16, 2014
Mimi I am so sorry for your loss. While most of the contact since we were neighbors and "shipmates" at MINSY was via email, you and Al were always in my heart. I am in AZ for the winter but have had some thoughts of you both these past few months. Sorry I did not take the hints and get in touch.
January 22, 2014
I am sorry for your loss. I enjoyed reading all about Alan's life and all that he did. Thinking of you and your family.
January Wilson- Daughter of Robert Wilson
January 21, 2014
Mimi, we are sorry for your loss. Uncle Al was my youngest uncle and, of course, the coolest of them all. He always had the best cars, sharpest clothing and the most worldly stories of all my uncles. As a kid, I visited his sister, my Aunt Julie, in Port Washington, NY during the summers of my youth and Uncle Al gave me a ride back home to Massachusetts after one of those visits. It was a fun ride for a pre-teen that idolized his uncle. I remember him missing an important exit on our trip but he never lost his cool, he got directions at a gas station and soon we were back on the proper highway. He popped in at my aunt's house many times during the summers I was visiting and it was always a great treat when he arrived. New stories and new things to do because Uncle Al was in town.
We will all miss him and our hearts go out to you for your loss.

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