Alan-Aycock-Obituary

Alan Aycock

Fayetteville, North Carolina

Age 30

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Sir, my prayers are with you and Sue at this time. Words fail me.

Roland & Margaret, Omar & I are so sorry for your loss. Please know that our prayers are with you and your family during this time. May your faith in God sustain you.

You will not know us, but we are friends of Charlie & Anne. With such wonderful grandparents as them, we can see why you have such love and support in the family. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy.

The measure of a man is not how long he lived, but what he did while he lived. From all that I have seen and heard, Alan lived his life fully and positively touched people every day. Children are a gift from God, loaned to us so we can teach, mold and better their lives. The Aycock's clearly did this well and now he has been called home. Most cannot begin to understand the pain and our families thoughts remain with you daily.

My pryers be with you and your family doing this time
Pamela Fields

Sue, it was great to know Alan and the many inspirations he brought on to this life. May you and your family find God's love and comfort in the memories you shared with him. Our deepest sympathy.

Roland & Margaret Padrick & The Aycock Family:

I remember Alan as a young boy when he and his family would visit First Baptist Church of Hinesville. This was in the early years of his battle with Cystic Fibrosis. There was always a smile on his face and he was always an encouragement to our family. He will be missed by all, especially those he touched later in life. The Aostle Paul wrote in 2nd. Timothy these words: "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my...

Thank God for Alan's too short wonderful life! He was an inspiration to many others besides me. I treasure every moment I spent with Alan Love and prayers to all his family and friends. Skip Young

Obituaries

Alan's Obituaries

Alan Aycock, 30, Fayetteville, N.C., passed away on April 4, 2013, at Duke University Medical Center after a battle with liver cancer.Mr. Aycock was the owner of CAA Design, a downtown web design company in Fayetteville. He was previously a customer service technician and supervisor for Advanced...

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