Allan Adasiak

Anchorage, Alaska

Sep 20, 1940 – Jan 25, 2018 (Age 77)


Friday, September 20th 1940
Thursday, January 25th 2018
Princeton University


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Allan Adasiak died on Jan. 25, 2017, in his winter home of Mesa, Ariz. He was 77. Mr. Adasiak was born in East Rochester, N.Y., to Henry and Elsie (Carnecki) Adasiak. He graduated from San Leandro High School in California, attended Princeton University, and later transferred to the University of...

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In Loving Memory of Allan Adasiak. A few days ago, we learned the sad news that Allan had passed away. Allan was our customer for 24 years in Antalya,Turkey, but more importantly, Allan was part of our family. Allan met my brothers and I when we were in our early 20's, single and when our business was thriving. He was proud, like any father, when we married and began to have children of our own. Towards the end, we didn't see Allan much, but, we kept in touch via the internet. To say we...

Offering condolences for the loss of your loved one. May God comfort your hearts and strength through your time of sorrow.

I am so sorry to learn of Allan's Passing. I first met Al when he was in Juneau covering the legislature in the 70's and really enjoyed being around him. I was Senate Staff and he was always at hand preparing a story and of course preparing something for the Upper Yukon Press Club Annual feast and "politician roast". He was a wonderful guy and a good newsman. Write on Alan!! My deepest condolences to you all, his family. Terry Dale.

May God's loving kindness comfort you and help you through this very sad time
Ps 29:11

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I met Allan in Penang, Malaysia (he was having mobility problems) and had a 3 1/2 hour discussion with him over breakfast. He later convinced me to go to Turkey which I loved. He brought intelligence, thoughtfulness, and care with him in all that he did. He was truly a world citizen. He will be dearly missed.

In a time of need Allan rescued me, treating me in a gentlemanly manner which I've never forgotten. He allowed me--a total stranger--to use his copy machine at Alaska Magazine, causing a meltdown for which secretaries hugged me...because it meant a new machine. Al was the greatest. I am sorry for the loss to family and friends.

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Jan,I am so sorry to read of Allen's death. My condolences to you and your family. Fondly, Patty

Allan with Ramu in Chandler, AZ, 2017

Sincere condolences and sympathies to the Adasiak family on your loss. I came to know Allan a couple of years ago through a Writer's Club in Mesa, AZ. Since then he had become an inspiring family friend. My family will always miss Allan's friendship and his deep affection for us.