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  1. We remember all of the times that we went to Al and Annettes house to play games and have a lot of laughs. We also remember the good times and great food at Franks Steak House. We are so sorry and he will be missed! Love Artie & Roe

  2. Al was a cherished cousin to me and Tom. There was always a good time when Al was around – especially the funny story when he was in high school taking a very foreign language. I remember when I was a teenager and my parents and I were over Aunt Carol’s, we patiently waited to meet “Al,” Annette’s new beau come over to pick her up on a date. My mom and I gave Aunt Carol the thumbs up approval! I know he was a big Creedance Clearwater fan because at one visit to his home, that is all he played the entire time! Al, we love you and you will be missed but we know you are in a better place. Rest in peace, cousin. Love, Linda

  3. The following message is from Tom.
    Nicodemus (a Pharisee) said to Jesus, “What do I have to do to get to heaven?” Jesus said you must be born again — meaning life doesn’t end, it just changes. Al is now born again and in heaven with no sorrows, no pain, no addictions, no worries — he will always be watching you all and always be with you. God bless you, Al. Love, Tom

  4. I have very fond memories of Al growing up. Always a fun time when Al was around. I have a vivid memory of him singing doowop with his low voice at family gatherings. He will be missed. Sleep with the angels dear Al. Until we meet again

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