Sue and Family,
So sorry to hear about the death of Alan. I have so many wonderful memories of him during our last year of high school days and beyond. He will truly be missed by me and Jim. We truly treasured his visits back here to Nebraska. He is with his Lord and Savior and will watch down on all of you until you all join him in heaven. God bless and our deepest sympathy.
Always a smile on his face, a twinkle in his eyes and mischief in his soul. May God hold Alan's family gently in his care and help to fill the HUGE space left in many people's hearts with Alan's passing.
To Alan's family and friends , my deepest condolences go out to you all. I was a classmate of 1965 of Alan's and remember Alan , Tery Thomsen , Larry Anderson and myself having fun together in school. He will be missed by many. R.I.P. Alan
So sorry to hear of the loss to family, community, and friends. Your family has been a great blessing to many others, and we trust that care will continue through the strength of Alan's legacy in helping others. Our prayers are with your family.
Sue, Kristen and Jason, I am so sorry to hear about Alan's passing. I will always remember the kindness and love all of you showed to me. I hope the memories that you have of wonderful times with Alan comfort you in this hard time. Linda Hewett
Praying for you and your precious family during this difficult time. We fondly remember Alan as well as all of you.
We are so sorry for the loss of Alan. We will always remember with a smile those fun dinners we had with you guys and the Luthers during our Colorado visits. Our prayers are with all the family and know we will be with you in spirit at Thursday's memorial service. Suzanne & Chan Tyrrell
We are so sad to hear this....it seems we were just sitting next to Alan in church and talking about his new house projects. What a great man. Sue, we are out of town but we send you our love and we are praying for you.
In loving memory of a great man who he met through his wife Cheryl.
In loving memory of a special person. I still remember our car ride back to
Colorado after my sister's wedding. When we stopped and I excepted Jesus Christ into my life. Love you always.
My deepest condolences to Sue and family.
My son, Steve Thompson, called me today
to tell me this news. I did get to see
both of you at Steve's birthday party a few years back. Alan was quite the guy,
and enjoyed our conversations of past.
Since he was from Fremont, and me from
Lincoln, had a lot in common. Just lost
my sweet husband, Fred, Easter morning, so can sympathize with you, Sue. My love to all of you. Marilyn Duven