“"Mickey" always was devoted to helping others. He retired as Captain in the Albuquerque Fire Dept.& as this quote from their condolence states: "He served honorably in the: United States Army for 27 years. Allen was a top noch Fire Inspector and Arson Investigator". I was always proud that he was my brother & I will miss him dearly.
“Audrey & family.
Of all the good, and accurate descriptions of Mickey, let me add that his respect and love for his Uncle Henry was a source of strength and enjoyment from Mickey's senior year in high school until the day Henry died in 1998. In a way, it's like the last little piece of my dad just departed. God bless all of you.
“Audrey & family, This is a terrible lose, and my heart and prayers are with you all; don't be afraid to call upon me should you need anything! Blessings.
“Audrey & family.
Red was truly one of a kind. He worked so hard honor all Veterans from every war. He will be greatly missed by all of us. Our love & prayers are with you all.
“Thank you for supporting our Cub Scout Pack 126. You are an honorable man. Thank you for everything. We will miss you.
“precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.
we honor his memory by grieving over our loss. one day we will be reunited. In this we draw solace.
“Allen will be missed by all that knew him. His services to his country, fellow veterans and community have reached and will continue to reach people from all walks of life. Many who have benefited or will benefit from his endless unselfish efforts and dedication will have never known him, but that is the man Allen will always be to me, the one who did things not for personal gain or recognition, but just because it was the right thing to do. Thank you for everything Allen, your boots will...
“Mrs.Audery ,my sincerest sympathy....May God's love bring you comfort in faith and prayer. love you, Bonnie Simmon-Evans
“Alan 'Reds' Rhodes did more for Veterans and other groups in our community than most peole realize...Mr. Rhodes and VEW Post 220 embraced and supported the Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts (Pack 126) and Boy Scouts of America (Troop 126) for many years. He sponsored many a Scout to summer camp. He made sure the VFW building was available to church congragations for thier Sunday services. He made every effort to help those on Community Service programs to fullfill thier service obligations by allowing...
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RHODES, ALLEN N. "RED" "MICKEY" - of Mays Landing, went to be with the Lord on May 6, 2012. Born in Philadelphia, to the late Edward and Grayce Rhodes, the oldest of three children, he was raised in Mays Landing. He served honorably in the United States Army for 27 years....Read More