Alexander E. Michailoff
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Alexander E. Michailoff
Alexander E. Al Michailoff, 61, of Slatington, passed away Friday, October 10, 2008, at Mercy Hospital, Scranton. Born in Johnstown on August 13, 1947, Al was the son of Ernest S. and Helen K. (Kucharyk) Michailoff of Seaford, Delaware. He faithfully and honorably served his country in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was employed at the former Western Union, Allentown, as an electronics technician for 20 years and then owned and operated the former Audiotronix, where he built and produced guitar amplifiers and accessories. He was an avid musician and loved to play the blues. Survivors: Parents; daughter, Victoria L. Michailoff of Whitehall; son, Ivan B. Michailoff of Walnutport; brother, Eric V. Michailoff of Camano Island, Washington; sister, Amy M. Michailoff of Wilmington, Delaware. Services: Private graveside services were held at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery, Seaford. No calling hours. Arrangements, Heintzelman Funeral Home Inc., Schnecksville. Contributions: In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, c/o the funeral home, P.O. Box 196, Schnecksville, PA 18078-0196.

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Published in Morning Call on Oct. 21, 2008.
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October 29, 2008
Rest in peace Alex. Wish I could have thanked you one last time for all the help and knowledge you provided to me over the years. You will not be forgotten.
Curt Evans
October 25, 2008
Mr. & Mrs. Michailoff, Eric & Amy - I was so sorry to hear about your loss. i have many fond memories of Alex from my teen years. I'll keep your family in my prayers. Your former next door neighbor,

Kathy (Hunsicker) Counts, Cambridge, MD
Kathy Counts
October 25, 2008
Victoria, Ivan and family,

I am sorry to hear that Alex has left us in this dimension.
I will miss his thoughtful and "right on" insights into current events and the world at large. He adored his children, but also felt they needed to learn their own way in the world.

As a person that bought one of his original 45's from the Shillings as a teenager, and later cd's, his musical gifts can live on to inspire others. He loved to play guitar and was excellent at it.

May you all find comfort and warmth from family and friends during this difficult time.

And lastly, please contact me as I have something of his to return, but do not know how to reach you.

With warm regards,
Valerie Hayes
October 22, 2008
To Amy: So sorry to read about the loss of your brother. God Bless you and your family. With sympathy, Pat (Stoisits) Schin - Remember St. John's
Pat Schin
October 21, 2008
Rest in Peace, Alex!
From your friends at the Lehigh Valley Blues Network
Walt Garvin
October 21, 2008
We worked together at W.U. for many years, He was a wonderful co-worker. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Ron Kingfish Marks Hudson Fl
Ronald (Kingfish) Marks
October 21, 2008
I worked with Al at Western Union. He was a great guy. My sincerest condolences to his family.
God bless you Al.
Ernie Hughes
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