Some of you may have already received this information, my apologies for the
duplicate mail. With many folks trying to make sure that as many of Al's
friends are informed of the services there may have been some duplication.
From: Tony Simpson [mailto:[address removed]]
Sent: Monday, December 12,[masked]:42 PM
To: Tom Cooley
Subject: Services Wednesday
Can you please pass along the details for Dad's Memorial Service to the rest
of the group:
Date: Wednesday, December 14th
Time: 5:00 - 7:30 PM
Location: Family Burial & Cremation (237 S Sirrine, Mesa)
Please let everyone know that this will be a celebration of Dad's life. We
want everyone to be comfortable (casual attire - jeans and motorcycle
t-shirts welcome) and enjoy their favorite memories and stories about Dad.
From Sandy Simpson
For those of you that won't see this in the paper, I thought I would forward
Al's Obit. This way, if you would like to attend the memorial
service, you will have the service information. Please do not dress for
this service. It is all about celebrating Al's life -- as he would want
it. So, jeans, slacks, Harley T-shirts, etc. will be appropriate dress for
Simpson Jr., Allen B 66, of Queen Creek, AZ passed away on December 10,
2011. Allen was born August 7, 1945 in St. Louis, MO to Allen B. Simpson Sr.
and Alice Simpson (Sites). He was raised and lived in IL until 1995 when he
relocated to Chandler, AZ. He is survived by his loving Wife of 43 years,
Sandy Simpson (Formusa), his Son, Tony and his Wife Darla, three
grandchildren; Brooklyn (15), Ryan (7) & Bryn (6) and two Sisters, Barbara
O'Malley & Cindy Wilson. A memorial service will be held from 5:00 to 7:30
PM on Wednesday, December 14th at Family Burial & Cremation Center at 237 S.
Sirrine, Mesa, AZ. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be
made to the Palliative Care Department c/o Chandler Regional Medical Center,
475 S Dobson, Chandler, AZ 85224; Attn: Donna Nolde.
I want to thank you all for phone calls and expressions of sympathy. I am
truly blessed that we have so many friends.