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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Alan DeVore who was born in Michigan on June 06, 1964 and passed away on December 31, 2004 at the age of 40. We will remember him forever. He was a loving Son, Brother, Uncle, Cousin, Nephew and Friend. He devoted his life to Family, Friends and God. 

Alan was taken from us suddenly during the early hours of New Years Eve. Alan suffered a fatal seizure brought about by a small sub-arcnoid hemmorage in his brain.

He died doing what he loved best which was spreading love and cheer through his computer to distant friends and family and especially to his new found love in his life.

This site was created to share photos and personal memories of Alan.

Please feel free to browse the site and light a candle with a few words. If you have pictures that you would like me to put up on the site please email them to me. If you have input for his legacy please send it. Please pass the word that this site is up.

Tributes and Condolences
Ruined  / Big Brother DeVore (Brother)
RIP My Little Brother, Memories of Beckys death are crushing me today and I wish you where here. I miss you so much. Father and Sister have ruined my family after 8 1/2 years of being his caretaker through 5 bouts of cancer. He showed up at my Brian...  Continue >>
Optimism  / Big Brother (Brother)
Missing you allot these days Alan. I wish I had the care free personality that you had just before you died. Because of you and Becky it is hard to let down your guard and there is always a sense of something bad is going to happen hanging over my he...  Continue >>
Sorry To Hear This News   / Mike Jackson (Classmate)
I was googling Classmate for our Class reunion when I found this site. I knew Alan as an acquaintance in High School and Junior High. After reading your posts its clear he was very loved. Mike, you will see him one day, have Faith with that. God Bles...  Continue >>
My condolences..   / Kellie Hill (Friend)
I do appoligize for not paying my respects on here earlier I didn't know there was a webpage for Alan although I'm not surprised! :) He gave his everything to so many people in his short 40 years it's awe inspiring! He was such a good friend to me ov...  Continue >>
Bad Feeling   / Big Brother (Brother)
Alan, I keep playing the last time we saw each other at christmas at my house before you left to Carolyn's. The hug you gave me was so warm and nice that it left me scared. I had a small chill go down my back afterwards which made me think one of us...  Continue >>
So sad  / Brother     Read >>
So missed  / Brother (Brother)    Read >>
Missing you  / Big Brother     Read >>
Memories / Michael DeVore (Brother)    Read >>
Trust / Mike DeVore (Brother)    Read >>
Family / Michael DeVore (Brother)    Read >>
42 years ago today  / Carolyn (sister)    Read >>
Little Brother  / Mike DeVore (Brother)    Read >>
I hope you are at peace  / Carolyn     Read >>
You Are so missed By Everyone  / Margaret DeVore (Sister-in-Law)    Read >>
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His legacy
Alan A. DeVore  
Alan DeVore leaves behind a legacy of love and compassion for everyone he knew. He was a wonderful son and brother. He cherished his loving Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nephews, Nieces and friends. He never said no to anyone, which showed his true character and kind nature. He put everyone in front of himself.

With the loss of his mother he found a wonderful relationship with God, which continued until the day he died. He created wonderful loving friendships with Cousins and Aunts and many people from Church. He was loved dearly by his Father, Brother and Sister and will be missed.

In his final years with us he made extraordinary changes in his life and put aside petty differences and began to see only the good in people. He also found a special new friend to help share some of the joy in his life. He was so full of life when he was taken from us.

He spent the final days of his life in the loving embrace of his family. We will remember a kind intelligent soft spoken wonderful man who brought nothing but smiles and joy to everyone he knew.
Alan's Photo Album
Camping Fun
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