In Memory


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03/07/16 07:36 AM #1    

Lynn Jacob

I have know Alan since Vernor. Always had a great had a great time with him. He will  be missed.

03/08/16 06:14 AM #2    

Larry Victorson

Alan was a friend and a good guy.  So sorry to hear this.

03/08/16 10:49 AM #3    

Mitchell Shiffman

My deepest sympathies to Alan's wife Susan and the entire Silver family.Alan and I grew up together as we lived 3 houses from each other.My memories are very clear remembering playing hockey on Hartwell when the street was covered in ice and playing touch football in better weather and softball in the vacant lot next to my house before anoter house was built.Also when we were 16 driving up to Houghton Lake for a camping weekend with Mel Boyer.

Alan and I attended Vernor from Kindergarten thru 8th grade and then of course Mumford.




03/08/16 07:09 PM #4    

Mel Boyer

 I've known Alan for about 65 years and I heard what happened really hit home we were friends with  Mitchell and a lot others who lived on hart well  went to Vernor Mumford and Wayne state  fraternitybrothers there probably was with him when he met Susan probably hadn't seen him in 35 years but ran into him at the last reunion my condolences to the family it's hell getting old 

03/09/16 02:10 PM #5    

Joseph Stewart

i've also known Alan since we were about 10 years old, first from Tracey field off 7 mile.  Alan lived north of 7 mi and we lived south, (and I remember the day Melvin Boyer's family moved in across the street from us).  I went to MacDowell, not Vernor so i really knew Alan from baseball games at the park.  we would see each other as lawyers in Detroit where Alan practiced Landlord Tenant law forever and (we) were always very happy to see each other.  Alan would give me advice as he was more experienced.  I remember his younger brother also.  Best wishes to his family.   Joe Stewart 


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