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December 24, 2013
Alan inpacted evry life he touched and there were many. We look for you in Heaven. God bless Alan.
September 23, 2013
Alan - There is no way to truly describe you. When I learned of your passing my life changed. You have always been a friend and available. I remember meeting you thru Jay and Gloria and later taking your class at Delgado. Your design work was unbelievable. I remember fishing and hunting with you for many years. You were always ready to go, always had unique equipment and always had successful trips. The people that you knew was also always impressive. There was no circle in New Orleans that you were not a part of in some round about way. Your recollections of early life in Gentilly was reminiscent. My best experience of getting to know you was during my time of divorce. We had such similar experiences that few others could share. Your survival and success in raising two very fine sons was one of your most outstanding achievements. Without your insight and willingness to always lend an ear, I know would have made my journey almost impossible. Thank you for being a friend. Glynda was always amazed when we hung out together and I know we will always remember and miss you.
So long for now my friend.
Donny Sauviac
Venetian Isle, New Orleans, Louisiana
September 16, 2013
The image that first comes to mind when I think of Alan is his expression of his quirky and (to me!) very entertaining sense of humor. He was so joyful when he got on a roll with some of his unique observations and vocal gymnastics, it was delightful to be around. We were musical partners in The Uptights, and shared many rewarding musical, personal, and performance moments. I will always miss my friend and my brother -- Alan.
September 12, 2013
From those who knew your heart, dear friend...See you on that old golden shore.
September 12, 2013
I met Alan---his nickname was Arnie in those days---in the Tulane U Choir. We became buddies and for a short, happy time, sweethearts. I left New Orleans for the adventurous life I wanted. Some years back I realized that I hadn't really appreciated his special genius and tried unsuccessfully to get in touch with him. His phenomenal creativity with everyday life will always be with me. Every day his joyful, luminous words come to mind. I loved him more than I knew. Rest well, dearest Arnie, and come back glowing!

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