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ALBERT E. HOVANEC Obituary
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December 18, 2014

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September 19, 2013
Judy, my dear, I'm so deeply sorry for your loss. Nancy and Suzie, my deepest condolences to you and your families as well. I knew your dad many, many years ago. He made me smile and he made me laugh. Al Hovanec was truly a treasure to any person he met. Our prayers are with you all.
September 19, 2013
Aunt Judy,and cousin Nancy,and Susie we are very sorry for your loss.Uncle Al you were my first employer as a young teen you would bring me on plumbers jobs,you would say dig this hole three feet deep,and thirty feet long and I will be back in four hours. But I did not care because you paid great. Uncle Al you would take me to hockey games when I was in my early teens when beers were only 1.50 and no women would go to the games.I have to confess when you went to the bathroom and you would say watch my beer,I would take a couple of big swigs out of your beer. You would say I thought I had more beer than this. I will miss you. Rick and Janis Hovanec
September 19, 2013
Dear Judy & Family,

You are in our thoughts and prayers.
September 19, 2013
Uncle Al you taught me at a young age to work. Around the age of twelve you had me helping you with plumbing jobs, you would say dig this hole about three feet down,and thirty feet long I will be back
in four hours, but,I did not care you payed well.


Also I want to thank you for taking me to those hockey games when I was little,when beers were 1.50 and there were no women at the games. I have to confess when you went to the bathroom,and you ask me to watch your beer, I always took a couple big swigs of your beer, you would always come back and say,I thought,I had more beer than this. Thanks for the great memories. Aunt Judy cousin Nancy,and Susie I am so sorry for your lost. Love your nephew,and cousin Ricky and Janis Hovanec
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