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July 23, 2018

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April 12, 2018
My most sincere condolences to the family and all his friends. I had known Alan since our first year at college when we went on a double date with friends.

We were in touch with each other over the last 40 years, and the last time I had spoken to Alan was about three years ago having seen him at the Village Inn.

I only recently found out of his passing, and I am so sorry. I am still in disbelief that he is truly gone.

Alan was the kindest, most caring and loving man. He was gentle with everyone and had such a beautiful smile. He always greeted me with a twinkle in his eye, and his endearing remark to me would be "Hey, kiddo".

I just had a dream about him calling me, with his endearing remark, we spoke, and it has helped me to get some closure.

I shall never forget him, our friendship, conversations, dinner with him and his family at his apartment, or times together, and the affection we had for each other.

I cannot even begin to express how truly, truly sorry I am. May God keep you and guide you through your grief.

Marilyn
October 2, 2016
Alan was my best friend and my High School roommate at McCurdy Mission. We lost contact over the years. I raised a family in Mesa, Az and did not get to New mexico as often as would have liked.
One of my favorite memories of Alan was hiking in the Gila wilderness in southern NM. We got snowed in, got hypothermia, and ran out of gas on the way home. I loved every minute of that trip, like many others.
I did not know about Alan's passing until today. I miss you Alan. My kids know you from a picture of you and I that hangs in my bedroom. It's been there for many years. And now my grand kids Know you as well
August 8, 2016
Alan was absolutely one of my favorite people and I was devastated to learn we had lost him. I first met Alan in 2003 after a car accident which had broken my left foot in 3 places. It took a nuclear scan to reveal the hairline fractures and that's where I first met Alan. He was absolutely the best with patients-the picture of professionalism and compassion and I immediately felt well taken care of by him. I took a business card for future use and to keep in touch should he ever need a REALTOR in the future. Beginning then I would send him an occasional post card or call just to see how he was doing. He would politely and patiently tell me he was doing well and that I did not need to send him postcards as he foresaw no need for a Real Estate Agent's services in his future. This went on for years. I kept in touch, he told me not to, I said you never know, on and on. Then one day, several years later, he called me up and said, "I need to buy a house." I was honored he chose me for this important decision and we set about the work of finding him a home. Alan was very focused and I think we looked at almost 30 houses one Saturday! He didn't balk or hesitate when I informed him happy hour was on him when we were done late that afternoon. After some appetizers, cocktails and stories recounted by him of lighting himself on fire while working in hotel banquets and other tales of some misspent youth, I was revitalized and he had made a choice among those many many houses.

The ensuing transactional details all fell into place and Alan became a homeowner. A few years passed until I saw him again-I think it was in 2015-at his workplace where I had delivered a neighbor for an x-ray. He looked like a million bucks (Alan) and I was looking forward to seeing him when I, again, was sent to have my same foot scanned by a nuclear medicine practitioner.

Unfortunately, my appointment was two days after his passing. All of El Camino was clearly still reeling and the poor receptionist could hardly tell me. She was and I became completely shocked at the news. My foot will be forever deformed by that accident just like my life will always be enriched by knowing Alan and the brief time I was permitted his company. Thank you, friend, compatriot, associate, client, cohort and congratulations on gaining acceptance to the next realm and we really miss you in this one.

Love and best wishes,
Cari Lemme
July 31, 2016
I am sad to learn we have lost Alan. I met Alan at Anna Kaseman in 1983 where I was recovering from surgery for a broken femur. Though I was not looking forward to having a nuclear study, Alan was the first ray of sunshine in a depressing hospital stay. During my nuclear study we shared many stories and became longtime friends. Alan was an amazing person, a gift to nuclear medicine, and an old friend who will be missed.