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October 24, 2013
I miss my best bud so much that I haven't baked his favorite oatmeal cookies or fudge. RIP my best friend!
July 19, 2013
I write this note with a heavy heart but with great affection. My mother Frances Hunt Hall is now entirely debilitated by Advanced Alzheimer's Disease or she would be writing this to Zeb's family with great affection and appreciation for the love and support Mr. Alley gave to her parents after the loss of their beloved son Lawrence Hunt in Korea. His loss was staggering blow not only to my grandparents but my mother as well. Mr Alley was a joy to know and an invaluable force for good not only in his personal life but through his political career as well. His shoes will be difficult, if not impossible to fill. I hope and feel certain that all the love and prayers offered to his loved ones at this time will be a source of comfort, and joy. He was head and shoulders above his colleagues, as well as a kind and generous gentleman in the rough and tumble world of politics . And it has become something of a rarity to find such folks in that world. Our prayers will never cease to give thanks that we were blest to have in our lives.
July 17, 2013
I called Mr. Alley by pure happenstance one evening when I was work on the phone-a-thon for ORMA. Mr Alley and I had a very fun and interesting conversation until I mentioned my home town of Pleasant Garden, NC. At that point Mr. Alley stopped the conversation and asked me where I lived in conjunction to the old Ingersoll-Rand railroad stop. I informed him I lived down Nazarene Church Rd. which was formerly known as Wright Road, parallel to the majority of my family on Hunt Road. Mr. Alley quickly informed me that he was very close friends with my late great uncle Lawrence, the brother of my Grandmother, Frances. Mr. Alley and I chatted for a while longer and the conversation ended. On the eve of my high school graduation the following year I received a letter in the mail, a letter that is still in my possession to this day, reminding me of my late great uncle and my family's heritage and friend ship. I will be 29 on August 8th of this year and I remember Mr. Alley's words to this day. His letter still hangs on the wall of my office. Neither I, nor my family will forget the kindness, generosity and legacy that Mr. Alley leaves behind. He was and, his spirit will always remain, a truly great man.
July 17, 2013
What an incredibly well lived life. Rest in peace Zeb.
July 16, 2013
Bob and Sandra Purcell
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