Allen H. Deacon

Zion, Illinois

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My dear Uncle, how I have learned so much about your life after your death. I never realized how you have impacted so many peoples lives in such a positive manner. My family will miss you so much.

From one old neighbor to another rest in peace.

Al will be greatly missed by his group at Shepherd'sPath of
Village Church.

Al will be greatly missed here at the bank by me and everybody else who ever got to help him. I have helped him for 13yrs and he always had a smile that made everybody smile. I always enjoyed talking to him about anything(weather, health, pets, food, restaurants). To his family, I send you my deepest sympathy and I will keep you in my prayers. Please know that I will keep all the good memories that I have of Al in my heart. We will miss our Good Friend!

Al and I worked in Engineering at NS Gas Co.and had many fun times. His quick wit was a challenge to keep up with. He would do anything for you at any time. He is in his heavenly home now enjoying what God promised him and he believed in. We will miss Al and look forward to seeing him again. The Golden Coral won't be the same anymore!

Al, will be greatly missed, he always had positive things to say and do. Jesus is welcoming him home.

Two years ago, I asked Mr. Deacon if I could call him “Uncle Al” and he said yes. My father, Rick, considered him his dearest friend and through that friendship, Uncle Al became special to my mom, Irene, my daughter, Heidi and I. Our trips to Waukegan will not be the same.

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

The Dalton Family - Gurnee,IL

Allen was a patient in pur dental practice for many years, always loved to see him and his cheerfulness, we will sadly miss him. Our sympathy to all. Dr Richard Rosenblatt and staff, Lake Forest, Ill


Allen's Obituary

Deacon, Allen H. 78, of Beach Park, IL died on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at his home. He was born March 7, 1935 in Waukegan, IL. Allen was a member of Village Church of Gurnee. He served from 1956 to 1960 in the United States Navy as a photographer, his career highlighted by photographing Dwight D....

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