- 69 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 23, 1943
- Date of passing: Jul 6, 2012
|Let the memory of Allen be with us forever|
Mr. Allen Buckner of Streamwood, Illinois formerly of Alexander City, Alabama died July 6, 2012.
Funeral service for Mr. Allen Buckner will be Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 2:00pm at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Burial will follow at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Cemetery.
Professional services provided by Wrights Funeral Home in Alexander City AL. http://www.wrightsfuneralservice.com
"miss you Al. We were just talking about you the other day. Steve remembers so many funny things you used to say.. miss you and the "good ole days""
"Miss you so much, RIH
"Merry Christmas Al. I think of you often. I'm always telling stories of when we worked. I miss you.we were talking about you when we made our Christmas peanut butter fudge. I know you so enjoyed it!"
"It is almost Christmas, missing you like crazy. Merry Christmas and R.I.P. love you much"
"It has been over a year now, I miss you more every day. I call your name, and I will NEVER FORGET you. R.I.P., we love you very much."
"It has been almost a year now, yet the wound feels so fresh and open. It has to be hard for Tine and Mickey. My prayers and thoughts are with them daily. Your place in the family is held with much laughter and fun. I wish that we lived closer to Tine and MIckey, so we could visit more. Our love and concern is always there, when we can't be there physic"
"Allen was a friiend. He was my brother in law, who treated me like a sister. We had some days!!!!! and some nights too when we were young.. Your Friend Tommy Marbury misses you and wasn't able to attend the because he was ill. It had to be hard on him for him not to be there. They were such good buddies! Allen willl be missed."
"Please accept our condolences in your loss. May the wonderful memories you share and the hope of seeing our loved ones again bring comfort to your hearts. (John 5:28,29) Our thoughts are with you today."
"Allen was a great husband, father and friend. He was aa gentle caring person and would help anyone. He had a wonderful sense of humor and was full of life. We miss you, so much...RIP"
"Al was a dear friend...we hate to say good-bye...he loved chocolate brownies, and peanut butter fudge..I will miss making it for him...he was always full of life...and he always said something nice about everyone.......good-bye my friend, until we meet again. Steve and Helen"
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