Pardon my late response but I just heard that Allan had passed away. I first met Allan when I dropped off my 10 week old son at Tiny Treasures Daycare and he would be in there. That was 27 years ago. Then years later my son got a job at the Marketside and we would talk there. He would always ask how my wife was doing. I would also see Allan at the Gill Creek concerts on Wednesdays. My wife and I want to express our sincere condolences to his family. He was a great guy.
I worked for a short time at Niagara Towers and Henry was in the lobby in the mornings waiting for his ride and would always ask how my family was and my "rugrats" (because I had said that once and he loved it) After I left there he had come in contact with my cousin at her place of employment and when he would see her he would still ask about myself and the rugrats. Henry was loved by everyone that I have ever come in contact with that knew him. I'm very sorry for your loss. I am glad that I was given the opportunity to meet him. He will be missed
rest in peace allen you were my tenant for a short time you will be missed by everyone who loved you nice friendly guy your hangouts were grill creek park burger king dairy queen and dennys kitchen marketside cafe you had rode your 3 wheeler bike and scooter your in heaven with your cat pepsi and your mom& dad your friends
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