Memories and Condolences

Dennis Hiebert, Los Angeles, CA

Dennis Hiebert, Los Angeles, CA I am happy that I was able see Alan last Labor Day weekend when I was in Elkhart meeting with friends planning a Partly Dave Reunion. The Partly Dave Coffeeehouse was one outlet for Alan to express his art, politics, and make long lasting friends. I remember many of Alan and Renie's wonderful parties at the "Swamp" I think they called it. I am sorry Alan won' be attending the coffeehouse reunion in June but he will be part of a remembrance service we will have from many of our coffeehouse friends.

Jennifer Glick, Goshen, IN

Alan was a kind and generous friend, who will be missed by our family. Our prayers go out to the family. Rest in peace, Alan.

Margaret McMillan, Montgomery Village, MD

A wonderful husband to my beloved longtime friend Renie; a staunch advocate for peace and social justice; and the guy who kept Elkhart's lights on for decades, Alan will long be remembered. I was often the beneficiary of his quiet kindness, as was my mother in her last years.

Ken Scott, Osceola, IN

I spent many years working with Alan on various projects in Elkhart,he was a wonderful knowledgeable friend. He will be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in peace.

Mike Sweet, Elkhart, IN

My thoughts and prayers are with Alan's family during this time of sorrow.

Brent Brill, Elkhart, IN

Though some viewed Alan harsh and strict, I always found him reasonable and fair. We've lost a true authority and among the most knowledgable in the electrical trade, locally and otherwise. R.I.P. Alan.

Melody Conard, Katy, TX

I worked with Alan at The City Hall in Elkhart, we started working there the same year, Rest In Peace Alan.