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Alan B. Call

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Alan Call, retired Firefighter/Paramedic from Washington DC and moved to Blairesville Ga. Alan passed away on June 4,2020 from Heart Failure at the age 54.

Alan is survived by his Mom Pauline Fitzsimmons Call residing in Ma, and his sister Linda Call of MA and his Brother David Call of Maryland. His wife Merri Call of Blairesville Ga, his children, Samantha Call of Fla, Alyson Call of Fla, Sandra Cummings of Ga, Tommy Everitt of Al, Alexis Everitt of CO and Daniel Everitt of CO. He was blessed with nine Grandbabies, Brynlee, Joseph Michael and Calliope Bryant, David and Elijah Pena, Trinity, Ryleigh, and Edward Cummings and Jaxton Everitt.

Alan loves his family and friends; they meant the world to him. He enjoyed the mountains and fishing. His wishes was to be no funeral, so we will have a Celebration of his Life. It will be held July 16, 2020, 1 PM, at the Sandbar, in Hiawassee, GA.  

6 Comments To "Alan B. Call"

angela Sanders On Jun 11 2020 at 9am
Al you surely will be missed, thank you for all those years of friendship. I will miss our messenger chats checking in on one another and always checking on my sick pup. I wish I could have seen you before you left us but will some day. Take care my friend I will miss and think of you often Reply to this comment
Ashley Mediate On Jun 11 2020 at 9am
So I haven’t really known Al that long. First he was just a bouncer who always called me trouble and joked with me. One night I was really upset and he became a shoulder to cry on and from then on Al was buddy. We hung out a good bit. I learned a lot from Al. One is that he loved his Mer Bear. He spoke so highly of their love and friendship. He also loved his family so much. All the great stories and memories always had us rolling laughing. Another thing is to always look for the silver lining and learn to laugh at yourself. He was so funny and caring. Al you were a great man and a great friend! I love you! Fly high and give em hell. Reply to this comment
Joy Scott On Jun 11 2020 at 9am
One of the best friends I've ever had! We met the Summer of 2001 and shared so many memories...... My dear Butthead, I miss you more than words can describe! I lvya dude and I'll see ya in the other side ✝️ Reply to this comment
Sarah Petrunio On Jun 11 2020 at 9am
The news of you being gone hurt the entire Sandbar family. I will forever miss you watching over us. Your caring presence, smile and warmth with always be greatly missed! You are now our Gurdian Angel!! Till next time I love you. Reply to this comment
Hazel Neal On Jun 10 2020 at 2pm
Dennis and I loved you and enjoyed being around you. You will now be in heaven with Dennis and can talk a lot to each other. Tell Dennis hi for me and that I love him. Reply to this comment
Merri Call On Jun 10 2020 at 2pm
My darling husband, I love you so much... It's been my greatest honor and privilege to have been your friend and wife for about 20 years. I'll miss seeing you and meeting up with you to go places... You'll always be in my heart, mind and soul. I'll see you again ... Love you baby!!!! Reply to this comment
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