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July 16, 2018

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April 28, 2016
I will miss " big al" at the Wesnesday card games. He always had s kind word for everyone. I recall how much he loved his dogs and loved life immensely . Harold Hass. Orange, Texas
April 27, 2016
My brother and I, along with several other neighborhood 'guys', shared some
FUN times together with Allen back it the early '50's while we all resided on 12th street between Broadway and Spring.

We well remember how Allen LOVED softball and my brother remembers he {then} would mention how much he wished that he could 'have a dog'! (He and his parents were then renting and thus could not have a canine :
Often, he, his mother, and several of us other "kids" would sit outside on their front porch playing CARDS!

At that time Norma was a cute little blonde hair girl and we remember her as well.

In the Summer days we all would frequently gather together for a most serious softball game --- sadly, today most youngsters know nothing about 'outdoor' games/sports and the FUN-FUN times.

Yes! even today when we think of those enjoyable youthful days of our GROWING up in Quincy, we really do "miss" Allen and the rest of the '12th-street boys'.

Surely Al will be GREATLY missed --- but in our "Life After Death", old and new 'friends' will be once again re-united; however, it will be for ETERNITY!

May we all look forward to that AWESOME moment, as we {now} rightfully and lovingly shed our tears at the present absent of beloved Allen ...

In Godly Love and His Truth ~

The Tabors (Richard and Dennis) --- and yes! from Midnight, our Black Lab!