Alan-Ceccanti-Obituary

Alan Ceccanti

Walnut Creek, California

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Sue and Family, I just learned of Al's passing today and wanted to send you my love and condolences. As you already know Al was a great mentor in my career at Lucky's, so generous with his wisdom and time and also with his friendship. I always knew I had him to go to whenever the going got rough and even when the going was wonderful. Al was ever so approachable and kind, all who knew him were blessed to have him in their life. Love to you all, Donna Andrade-Petersen.

I met Al when I worked for Lucky Stores. He was always just in a great mood and wasn't the kind of supervisor that everybody was afraid of. He was the kind you wanted to see with his warm smile and great personality. He was always one of my favorites and I know he will be missed by so many.

Uncle Al you have a special place in my heart. I will never forget that sparkle in your eye or that big ol smile you have. See you again in the sky!

I have thought about you over the years. You were always fun to work with. Kept us laughing that's for sure. I remember you having coffee with the managers at Doug's Place and also part of the "Lunch Bunch". God Bless you, and watch over your family. Your friend,Sydney

We had so many wonderful times with you and your family. You were such a warm, caring and fun man. . You will be greatly missed.

Dad, I will think about and miss you every day. You're my best friend. I love you dad!

Your son, David


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Alan Ceccanti1934-2013Resident of Castro ValleyAlan Ceccanti passed away on Veteran's Day 11/11/13 with his family by his side. He was 79. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Susan, and children David (Donna), Stephen (Heather), and Karalynn. Beloved Papa and Nono to Justin (Ashley), Jillian,...

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