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Henry Alan Gwin, 76, of East Marion, passed away peacefully at home in his sleep with family at his side on Thursday, March 27, 2014.
He was a third generation resident of East Marion. Alan attended the old East Marion School, Ocala High School, and the University of Florida.
After graduation, Alan spent almost five years traveling through 50 different countries before returning to Florida, where he met and married Judith Anne Jettner. Alan enjoyed serving in his church as a Deacon and Sunday School Teacher and had a real passion for missions. His other interests included traveling, farming, painting and collecting miniature metal toy soldiers, and loving on his grandchildren.
Alan is survived by his two sisters, Millicent Clements and Fonda Haddad, and his loving wife of 48 years, Judy Gwin, his two sons, Justin and his wife Kim, and Chris and his wife Robin, and seven grandchildren; Jessica and her husband Cody, Christopher, Patience, Jackson, Sarah, Faith and Ayden.
Services for Alan will be held Saturday, April 5th at 11:00am at Ocklawaha Bridge Baptist Church located at 14100 NE Highway 40, Silver Springs, 34488. Please make a donation to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering through any Southern Baptist Church in his memory.
Published in Ocala Star-Banner from Apr. 3 to Apr. 4, 2014
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