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Vic and I were sorry to hear of Al's passing. We had tried to look he and Nancy up when we were in Maine this past summer. We have great memories of the times we spent together, from the time I spent with Al on various tennis courts in Newington, Bloomfield, Glastonbury and elsewhere; to the times in South Windsor, Kennebunkport, Portsmouth and Camden. Nancy, we are so sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful guy and a great friend. We are also so sorry we have lost touch over the last few years, and that we can't get to Maine for the service. Best wishes to you going forward.
Jim and Victoria Kelly - Wednesday November 14, 2018 via Condolence Message
Sherry and I were so saddened to learn of Al's passing. Our deep felt sympathy goes out to Nancy.

Al was a long standing colleague at the Internal Revenue Service and a fellow resident of South Windsor.I remember when Al was courting Nancy. What a beautiful couple --to this day.

As a fellow tax lawyer and collaborator in a number of difficult cases, Al was so supportive with his insights and calm disposition.

Al and Nancy were such gracious hosts at their home in South Windsor when they would have all of our colleagues and their spouses as guests. We were so lucky. Then they moved to Maine for a fantastic retirement from tax law and teaching.

You deserve to rest in peace, Al. Our prayers go out to Nancy.

Stu and Sherry Rosen
Stu and Sherry Rosen - Sunday November 11, 2018 via Condolence Message
In my experience, interacting with Alan was always positive, both playing tennis with him and working for he and Nancy in their Camden home. He was always game to partner with any and all on the court, occasionally he expressed contempt for his own play yet was always supportive of his court partner, "great shot" or "rotten luck" were the norm, enjoying the moment he was in.
Grateful and gracious at home, he was never short of praise for work performed around the house, a pleasure to work for.
When last we spoke on the phone, his unambiguous last words to me were "enjoy life Joe". Thanks Alan for your generous spirit and some wonderful advice.
Joseph Gray
Joseph Gray - Thursday November 01, 2018 via Condolence Message
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