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Allison, Robert*  
Robert Andre Philippe Allison passed away on July 2, 2016, in Anchorage, Alaska. Andre was born and raised in Anchorage. He was a wonderful son, brother, uncle, cousin and grandson. His greatest pride was being a father. He was always up to an adventure. In his earlier years, his adventures took him across Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. He was always willing to help anyone in need. He was a jack-of-all-trades, including being an ordained minister. He loved learning new things, especially when family or friends were involved. He left behind his mother; father; his children, Aiden and Grace; his sisters; brothers; nieces; nephews; aunts; uncles; grandparents; and many friends from all walks of life. We all miss him so very much. Sweet dreams, Andre. Arrangements entrusted to Legacy Funeral Homes. To share words of comfort with the family please visit www.legacyalaska.com .
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Published in Alaska Dispatch News on July 24, 2016
Andrews, Patrick Philip*  
Patrick "Pat" Philip Andrews passed away peacefully at home on the morning of July 23, 2016, from complications of cancer. He was one of five children born to William "Bill" and Marie Andrews on Oct. 11, 1938, in San Francisco, Calif. Pat grew up in Dillingham, Alaska, as well as spending five years in Texas. He first met Mary Ann, his future wife, in the fifth grade but did not start dating until high school. They both attended the school in Dillingham. After marrying and having four children, they moved to the Lower 48, where Pat received communications training through BIA in Los Angeles, Calif. He completed his training in New York before they returned to California, where he worked for PG&E. They had three more children before packing up the family and driving up the Alcan in a blue station wagon to live back home in Alaska. Pat briefly worked for the State of Alaska before working at ATU, retiring as a Foreman 28 years later in September 1999. "Dad" loved spending time outdoors, being by the water and sharing this love with his family. The family has many memories and camp stories from river boating on the Deshka, Talkeetna and Susitna Rivers as well as boating in Seward, Deep Creek and Homer. Spending Father's Day at Mirror Lake has also been a family tradition. "Camai" was his usual greeting. Pat was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Avis Pomerleau; son-in-law, Wes Erickson; and grandchild, Zona Andrews. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Mary Ann; his sons, Phil (Elizabeth) and Patrick (Laurel); his daughters, Pearline Turney (Scott), Pam Erickson, Marion Hughes, Michele Murphy (Bryan) and Marcy Boeckman (Craig); his brothers, William and Steve; his sister, Gladys Meacock; 21 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. A potluck reception will follow the service. The memorial will be held at the Anchorage Church of Christ, 2700 Debarr Road in Anchorage, on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2016, at 4 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to the Cremation Society of Alaska, www.alaskacremation.com .
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Published in Alaska Dispatch News from July 29 to July 31, 2016
Aola, Moses K.*  
Moses ("Moe") Ao1a was born and raised on the island ofMaui, Hawaii. He graduated from Lahainaluna High School in 1964 and joined the Army. After basic training he was stationed at Fort Richardson and became a life long resident of Alaska. He worked as an auto mechanic and later became a roofer in a local union. He was also an active member of the Na Keiki 0 Hawaii club. He loved bowling, gardening and was passionate about fishing. His fmal day was spent on the Kenai River dip-netting with his best buddies. Moses will be remembered for his wonderful and sarcastic sense of humor, his helping hand without being asked, lessons he taught without being aware of how he touched others' lives and hearts. He is survived by his loving family, consisting of two brothers, Chris Ponia Kekipi of Mililani, HI and George Aola of Honolulu, HI; six sisters, Henrietta Amoe (Kekipi) Kama of Wailuku, HI; Frances Leilani (Kekipi) Puu of Waimanalo, HI; Irene Kaumoalii (Kekipi) Peery of Yuma, AZ; Aunie Kemalia (Aola) Lau of Seattle, WA; Miriam Malulani (Aola) of Pearl City, HI and Mary Poai (Aola) DeJa Cruz of Waianae, HI and his companion of 26 years, Alice Bagley, many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Although separated by various distances, the family has remained a close and loving family. Moses was preceded in death by two brothers, Gregory Kekipi and Peter Kekipi, and his younger sister, Mary Kamee (Aola) Kaihamoe. On August 7, 2016 beginning at 1:00 p.m., a Celebration of Life will be held at the American Legion Post 28, Brayton Drive. Food will be provided.
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Published in Alaska Dispatch News on July 31, 2016
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