So sorry for the loss of your Dad Carol & Matt. My heart and prayers are with you both!!!
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
In this time of finality I can only appreciate what my Dad was to us and to so many others. He was a man of great wit, passion for competition and love for family and friends. Many of us grew up in the garage at Mom and Dad's house where they would always have a fridge full of beer and happy stories to share. Our lives were country, family and keeping order in our lives through the thick and thin. There was nothing that my Dad would not do for a friend, a family member, or his fellow officers in 'the brotherhood'. Thanks for teaching me that being a girl meant that I could still shoot, fish, camp, work on cars and fix things before being country was 'cool'. Love you Dad...
Fond memories,happy days,smiles and laughter.....these things get us thru the heartache.....love and hugs to you all.....Love Todd and Fran
I remember Al greatly as my first range master. As I was student at MJC in Law Enforcement. That intern at Stanislaus Sheriffs office Assigned Burglary div. and later worked part time Newman Reserve Police officer 1970's to 1972. He was great man. Lt. Jack Zietan was in charge of the unit in those Days. Al was great Range Master. Retired CHP South Sac. RIP Al God Bless your close Family with Prayers.
Carol, Matt, so sorry for your loss. And the country looses another veteran. My prayers for you during these coming weeks. myke & pat
As this journey ends, you leave behind many with fond memories of you. I miss you and will always miss you. You were one of the finest men I have ever known and a great father. See you on the other side Pop..
You will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. I love you and I am glad you are at peace. Now you have joined grandma in heaven watching over us and I couldn't feel more blessed to have two amazing people who I love very much watch over me and their great grandchildren.