ALLAN-DARBY-Obituary

ALLAN BERT DARBY

Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Your father was the Station Commander at Cape May Court House when I first reported for duty on 11/15/70. He was a natural leader and a great mentor. Kathy and I were getting married on 2/27/71 and back then you had to get approval to get married. Approval was granted but it just so happened that another Tpr. had the same schedule and your father said he would try to work it out. One wedding was in the morning in Atlantic Co. and ours was in the afternoon in Cumberland Co. Your dad, mom...

Lee and Allan. I am so sorry about the loss of your dad. There are no words to take the pain away. He was a wonderful man and had a wondeful family. I am very greatful for the time I shared with him, I wish it could have been longer. The talks, the laughs and the memories will stay with me forever.
May God Bless All Of You and May He Ease Your Pain,
Tina

my deepest condolence to to all who new Allan will be missed

Lee and Al. Im sorry to hear about the loss of your father. We served together in the State police. He was a Troopers Trooper. We all loved him and will miss him. He, without a doubt.He was one of the best persons I ever served under. May God richly Bless you both and thank God for our association with your dad. Ken Prescott # 1983.

God Bless this very special Pearl Harbor Survivor, who is celebrating his 92nd birthday in heaven. All of us who shared his stories are richer for it. His loving and devoted family are a beautiful reflection of their parents with the special care given them during their last years. With love & prayers.

May he rest in peace after his long life of service to nation and state. A lifelong example for us all. Deepest condolences to family and friends and to his buddy Al Matthews, my old Pville neighbor!

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ALLAN's Obituary

ALLAN DARBY passed away in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The obituary was featured in The Press of Atlantic City on January 2, 2013.