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In Memory

Alan Rash

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12/07/08 05:16 AM #1    

Anita Arthur (Miller)

I miss those phone conversations that always included a Poochie Moochie or two! It started at RHHS when you wrote in my annual that I was a darling, sweetie, poochie, moochie and that you loved me to death! Didn't matter that you had written those words to every gal in school...you said them to ME and to US and we knew you meant it from the bottom of your heart. You were such a great friend the rest of your life. I'll never forget the night after a reunion when we walked the WHOLE Winthrop campus a couple of times, just talking. I still have the last note you wrote me when you were fighting so hard. We miss you, Alan. You were a great man who loved the Lord, and your happy spirit will live in our hearts always. Miss you, my friend.

01/10/09 09:52 AM #2    

Brenda Ratterree (Bone)

To the best neighbor, friend and RHHS bearcat I have ever known- you are still so missed by my family and me. What an inspiration to my children you were! Those talks with Griff-while shooting hoops- when he would tell you things he wouldn't tell John and me. You and your young life story probably gave him the incentive to become who he is today. Always telling everyone Shelby was your third daughter. She loved you dearly! You showed all of us your high integrity, love for life, and love of the Lord. Sleep well my friend. You certainly fought the good fight, and your short life lives on in the ones you touched along the way. There is no doubt in my mind that you are "flirting" with the angels!!!! Brenda Ratterre Bone

05/05/09 10:51 AM #3    

Patsy Baker (Perry)

I always liked and admired Alan in high school, but I really did not get to know him until a few years later. He truly made an impression on my life becoming a catalyst for an actual turning point in my life. His friendship was so valuable and his faith and courage truly inspirational to me. Thanks Alan.

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