|37th Aeromedical Evacuation Group, MacDill AFB, FL||
MSgt Allan Schurr served in the Communications section as a Radio Operator. Please leave your respectful and fond memories of Allan below. Thank You
12/8/2012 02:35:37 am
There is a lot to say about Allan. Allan was one of the 'quiet ones'. He never said a whole lot but when he did, you needed to listen! Because he always knew what he was talking about! There was no job too big or dirty for Allan to handle. When the individual who worked the COMSEC program decided to hand it off, you would have thought every radio operator in the place had thrown on an invisibility cloak. Not Allan. He took one of the worst additional duty jobs there is and ran with it. And he did an outstanding job! Allan was always there for you - a genuine teamplayer and a memorable Airman. He will be missed by all of us. WTFO!
12/8/2012 11:48:01 pm
I just found out about losing Allan and I am deeply saddened. Allan was one of a kind and there was none better than he. I enjoyed every opportunity that I had working with him. God bless Allen and his family. ~chris
12/10/2012 12:15:39 pm
Deeply saddened by Allan's death. Will keep him and his family in our prayers.
12/11/2012 07:54:59 am
I was deeply Honored that I could say goodbye to Alan as part of the 927th ARW Honor Guard. I am sure that Alan has taken his place in Haven to watch over his loving family. Alan was an organ donor and in death he gave so that others may live. God Speed Alan and my God watch over Lisa and their children.
3/22/2013 01:38:57 pm
Alan was one of the many persons that made Comm such an outstanding section to work in. I am so saddened by his passing. May he rest in peace.
8/16/2013 01:14:52 am
Alan always kept a positive outlook and had a way of making you feel better. He always had a smile and was very welcoming. I am blessed to have been in his circle of friends.
3/4/2021 12:10:01 am
Thanks for ssharing this
2/17/2023 08:25:28 pm
I was always glad to see Alan walking towards the Orderly Room. I could see his smile a mile away. His positive attitude would light up a room. He talked about his wife and family with love in his eyes. Everthing he did was with excellence. I will see you again. RIP
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