Alan Stringer

Huntington Beach, California

1979 - 2019


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Alan Louis Stringer April 1, 1979 - November 3, 2019 Alan Stringer resident of Huntington Beach died Sunday November 3rd on Mount Darwin in Sequoia Kings National Park. Alan was born and raised in Modesto. He completed schooling at Our Lady of Fatima, Beyer High, MJC and graduated from San Diego...

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Big Al Dogg is the name he went by in our circle. I met B.A.D at work probably 10 years ago. He was a customer to our company and he and I hit it off right away, we became good friends from the gate. It is true that he is the funniest, free living person I have ever met. One party at my house he ends up staying the night, my 7 year old son comes out to tell me " there is a big huge person laying in his room" I said oh thats Big Al Dogg. After trying to wake him Unsuccessfully, my...

Gabby, we are so sorry for your great loss. I know that your little girl will grow up hearing amazing stories of her daddy. Her heart will always be full knowing what a wonderful man he was. Nancy and Lou, we met Alan only a few times. My daughter Crystal was good friends with Alan. He always made her laugh...he made everyone laugh. You did a fine job raising your son. He is well taken care of now. Our hearts go out to you and your family.

Alan and I hit it off right away. We both shared the same love of Classic Rock music and from then on we became best of friends. He will always be my juke box hero!
I have so many fond memories of him, it's hard to pick my favorite, but here are a few that come to mind.
One of my favorite memories is his and my bantering over the coffee. He had stayed with us for about a month and would start my coffee at 4am when I had preset it for 6:30 am. Most mornings I woke up to burnt...

My condolences to the family.

Alan was my precious nephew, my oldest sister, Nancy's son and her husband Lou. He was literally the funniest person you can imagine. He loved his Oakland A's so much and would often visit Dallas to see me and my family and we would go to a game when they played the Texas Rangers. Following that we HAD to get some Texas bbq which he happily devoured!! I have so many wonderful memories and will miss him more than words can ever describe. He loved hiking and I'm at peace knowing he died doing...