Alan-Petersen-Obituary

Alan Keith Petersen

Park City, Utah

Sep 5, 1949 – Jul 18, 2018 (Age 68)

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September 5th, 1949 – July 18th, 2018It is with enormous sadness that we share the news that Alan Petersen passed away on July 18, surrounded in Love by his wife, Wendy, sons, Jordan and Graham, and sister, Marla. Alan was truly an inspiration. He was in his element in Park City, having made his...

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I was so saddened to hear about Alan. My brother and I grew up with Alan and his siblings. I will always remember him as being kind and caring. My heartfelt condolences to his family.

With deepest sympathy to Alans family. My wife and I just found out about it today. Alan and I were very good friends in high school. He will be in my prayers always. So many memories over the years. Hard to comprehend right now. Please have Marla let me know about any memorials set up. So sorry for your loss. He was a very special person.

We heard of Alan's passing today and are heartbroken. The next to last paragraph of his obituary sums him up perfectly. Our world has lost a special person.

Alan was a great guy, he was well liked and fun to be around. Ron Marusiak

He never got rattled. He never wasted words. He was generous without being effusive, a guy with still waters always running deep.

I was lucky to have Pete as a classmate in 25th Squadron our first class year. He never got rattled. He never wasted words. He was generous without being effusive, a guy with still waters always running deep. Best to Pete's family...

I was very sorry to learn of Pete's passing. As Academy roommates first semester, Second Class year and 22nd Squadron classmates for two, we shared many memorable experiences together. Following graduation, we rendezvoused again at Columbus AFB, MS where we both completed air force pilot training. I remember Pete as always the quiet and self-assured one, ready to help anyone in need and always up for a good time.
A terrific guy who will be deeply missed, I regret that our paths...

So sorry to hear about Alan passing away. I was a classmate at USAFA, a squadron mate in the EC-47, and worked with him at Delta. He was always fun and enjoyable to be around and will be missed.

Wendy, Gary and I sending our deepest sorrow for your, Jordan and Grahams loss.
Gary and Renate