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Alan B. Feir Jr.

Updated: Jul 29, 2021

Alan B. Feir Jr was born on January 31,1971 at Doctors Hospital, NUEVA ECIJAH, Cabanatuan. He joined our merciful Lord and Jesus Christ July 20, 2021. He is survived by his loving mother, Maria Riceli Tuzon Bautista Feir (Tampa); his older sister, Alma "Amy" Feir Uy and her husband Dr. Dominador R. Uy,Jr. and their children (Michigan); his younger brother, Gary B. Feir (Tampa); and his younger sister, Anne Feir DeRigo, her husband, Chad Thomas DeRigo, and their children (Tampa); and his fur baby, Raynor.

Alan's photographic memory, his wit and love of family will be missed. Any topic of conversation would lead to a fun fact that he read decades before. He once read the "Guiness Book of World Records", from beginning to end. Al was well read and often shared his wisdom with is many nieces and nephews. Living was not without laughing for Uncle Al. Not only did he share wisdom, but also his seemingly endless supply of jokes. He would always share a hearty chuckle with all the kids. There was never a doubt that Family was so very important to him. No matter how near or how far.

No matter how far you go in Heaven, we will keep a place for you here in our Hearts.

Until we meet again. God Bless and God Speed.

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Sep 20, 2021

I just heard about this and I am saddened by it. My name is Mike G. and I went to high school at Chamberlain with Alan and his sister Amy. I didn't know Amy very well, but considered Alan a friend. We met through a mutual friend at school, Joe Short. Alan, Joe, and I would play tabletop role-playing games like Battletech and we had a lot of fun on many occasions. I will always remember than Alan introduced me to Japanese Animation (Anime) with the Robotech and Starblazers series - this was long before the internet and finding Anime was very difficult back then. We lost touch shortly after graduating from high school when everybody in our old crowd…

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