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Alfred L. Block Obituary
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August 18, 2018

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March 3, 2018
I hope you have peace, comfort and strength to face the days ahead. And loving memories to carry you through this sad time. "For everything there is an appointed time, even...a time to weep." Ecclesiastes 3:1,4.
March 2, 2018
Sorry that you have lost such a beloved member of your community. As you grieve, take comfort in knowing that God cares for you. 2Peter 5:6,7
February 27, 2018
Alfred Block was truly one of the City of Franklin's greatest leaders. His hard work and dedication to his fellow man will long be remembered and honored.

Thomas M Taylor
February 26, 2018
My first memories of Mr. Block are from the ball fields and playground at Country Dale School in Franklin where he ran the summer recreation program for us neighborhood kids during the 60's. Even though I wasn't a fisherman, I remember learning how to tie a fishing fly from him one summer. Later in life he was my history teacher at Franklin High School, having teamed up with my Dad at the school's beginning and remaining a close friend of my Dad's and our family through the years. More recently I shared a meal with Al at FHS' 50th anniversary and he related some great stories about our partying teachers in the school's early days that probably were best learned 50 years later. ;-) Other things I remember are Al's Rambler American and the innovative way he made sure daughter Debbie was home by curfew on a date night...she had to shut off the alarm clock that was set to go off at midnight at his bedside.

Al was a terrific and positive influence on me and many of us that had the fortunate experience to know and be taught by him. My condolences to the family and may Al rest in well-deserved peace.