When I came into work after that fateful day, I saw Alan's name in the Sacramento Bee newspaper. I was in great doubt, I asked myself twice if was the man I met during a meeting at the Department of Real Estate. He was a tall man who came to my office with so much ambition and drive, with his easel and his expertise, he described his experience in England, he went on to describe his commitment to a clean environment in Sacramento. I was so overcome with his energy, courage and commitment. As I looked in my business card file, I found his business card, I called his office, but when they put me on hold, I hung up wondering if I had made a mistake. Later, I summed up the courage to look again. It was Alan, a great tall man with so much to give this world. He passed through our lives so quickly but left me with made a deep impression that life must be cherished, cared for, protected, and lastly, I will always remember his great courage!
One can't help but think he is a guardian angel or patron that will forever protect our freedom!
God Bless you Alan and your lovely family!