ForeverMissed


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Alan R. Alper, April 30, 1955~Nov 14, 2022, Phila., Pa, passed away peacefully at 1:11 AM  Monday, November14, 2022.

He leaves behind his sister, Elaine Mason, nephew, Daniel  Mason and nephew, David Mason. He will be missed by us and his friends.

Services private at the convenience of the family.

Fertig Funeral Home



Posted by Yolanda Smith on November 22, 2022
Never have I seen such delight as he danced to life in a way that brought joy to the atmosphere. Smart, easy to talk to and the life of the party. He was Dr. Alan.  He really could dance. Every time the beat dropped it was time to dance away, sorrow, stress, heart ache, challenges and pain. Leave it all on the dance floor. Free yourself from it, live your life and dance.... Just dance.
A perfect example of how to live life during trying times. Just D A N C E!!! I see you Alan, I thank you, keep dancing.
Posted by Elaine Mason on November 19, 2022
Alan, in the earth form, was cheerful and upbeat, despite his challenges. He was held back due to setbacks in the physical body; but now I believe he will be free and will meet with his brother, Richard Alper, and his beloved Mom and Dad. I believe he is thriving now in ways we do not understand fully

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Posted by Yolanda Smith on November 22, 2022
Never have I seen such delight as he danced to life in a way that brought joy to the atmosphere. Smart, easy to talk to and the life of the party. He was Dr. Alan.  He really could dance. Every time the beat dropped it was time to dance away, sorrow, stress, heart ache, challenges and pain. Leave it all on the dance floor. Free yourself from it, live your life and dance.... Just dance.
A perfect example of how to live life during trying times. Just D A N C E!!! I see you Alan, I thank you, keep dancing.
Posted by Elaine Mason on November 19, 2022
Alan, in the earth form, was cheerful and upbeat, despite his challenges. He was held back due to setbacks in the physical body; but now I believe he will be free and will meet with his brother, Richard Alper, and his beloved Mom and Dad. I believe he is thriving now in ways we do not understand fully
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Shared by Elaine Mason on November 24, 2022
Alan and I used to take long  walks by the Delaware River at Penns Landing and had lunch on South Street in Philadelphia when he lived close enough to there.  It was delightful