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Alan Paris
Stewart
May 26, 1936 - Oct. 2, 2020
Alan "Al" Stewart was born in Portland, Ore., graduating from Grant High School, class of 1954. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Marilyn; brothers and sisters, Dennis Stewart, Gary Stewart, Marilyn Holman, Heidi Finkle and their children.
A car enthusiast, Al was a loving husband and companion to his wonderful wife, Marilyn. He was respected and valued with esteem by his many friends. To all, it is known that a caring and kind gentleman has departed to heaven.
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Published in The Oregonian from Oct. 16 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 19, 2020
I’m so sorry for your loss.
Roger Simonatti
Roger Simonatti
October 18, 2020
What a decent, charming, bright, talented, funny, thoughtful man.
So lucky to have known him. Sending a hug, Al.
Julie Koenig
Coworker
October 18, 2020
Al was a good friend during my years in the automotive parts business. We spent a lot of time just in general conversation, at which he was a master of hospitality. I remember especially a business trip we took together to Eastern Oregon. It was an 8-hour drive to the Idaho border, but it seemed much shorter than that because we enjoyed each other's company so much. I also remember Al's dedication to the Francis Center after he retired. It spoke to his genuine concern for others in the community who were less fortunate than he was. The world will be a little less joyous going forward, but all of us who knew Al and his brothers can be grateful for our friendship.
(Rev.) Larry Hansen
Friend
October 16, 2020
I was sorry to learn about Alan's passing. My sympathies go out to Marilyn and the rest of the family. He lived a great life.
Stuart Munro
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