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May 17, 2013
alan zachary feuer,whom i was priveleged to know for more than 40 years was a gentleman of the old school who did so much to make a great deal of difference in this world did everything for everybody.they say that if you are lucky enough to have one true friend in life you are very lucky indeed . that was the kind of person alan was.i am sure that he is up there at the gates of heaven helping st peter at the door and welcoming everyone with his usual gracious and courtly manner. in my opinion, there has never been anyone who had a heart of gold as did alan.God Bless You now and forever and until we meet again may He hold you in the palm of His Hand. Your devoted servant and eternal friend,Roger M.L. Schmitt
July 16, 2012
I met Alan at the English Speaking Union 94'. I attended many balls afterwards as Alan was always encouraging youn people to participate. It occurred to me today that he might have died. I've been out of the loop since, I have been recovering from the personal loss of my Dad. Alan knew my Dad and I just didn't have the strength to tell Alan. Alan had some very wise things to say sometimes. We will miss him. If it wasn't for Alan I may never had the courage to learn to waltz...
May 12, 2012
I knew Alan as a very dear friend, Quadrille ball and waltzing partner for more than 30 years. Alan was the most elegant, debonair gentleman I've ever met. With a grand smile, Alan was always willing to help others, always teaching us gentility and civility by his example. May you rest in peace Alan, knowing how much we loved you. Your presenece among us is truly missed.
May 09, 2012
A kind soul, help giver and true friend will be missed greatly. Our condolences to all. The Slusser family
May 08, 2012
I have many fond memories of Alan, from balls at the Plaza, as well as other events, and I think of him often. He was charming, bright, fun, funny, and very definitely a gentleman. He is missed... B"H, may he rest in peace.
May 07, 2012
I am very fortunate to have met this man! Being a part of Quadrille under Alan's supervision and inspiration has forever changed the way I view/live/and feel in New York. I loved Alan's sense of humor, his poise and always being his own character. Thank you Alan!
April 26, 2012
So sorry for the lost of Alan, he was the most debonaire person I have met at every important formal event in NY
As writer of Gotham Gossip, I have seen
him as a gracious, smiling, and important New Yorker who came to the dance no matter what.
Demetria Daniels
April 25, 2012
Alan and I were fraternity brothers at Ohio University. Even then, he was one-of-a-kind, with a dry wit and an engaging style. And the best dancer among us!

The New York Times article and the online tributes are testament to a life fully lived and a legacy to be envied.

Well done, Alan. Rest in peace, my friend.
April 24, 2012
I will say simply that I enjoyed knowing Alan (whom I last saw "smoking" his pipe a year or so ago on a Lexington Avenue bus)and admired his upbeat spirit in the face of personal adversity. Like other former members of St. Bartholomew's Community Club, I shall miss him and pray for him. May God bless his soul.
April 22, 2012
Alan was a gentleman. I can pay him no higher tribute. I shall miss him.
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