Dr. Alan K. Fairchild

January 07, 1939 ‒ May 23, 2020

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Dr. Alan K. Fairchild, age 81, of Mount Vernon, Ohio,
passed away on Saturday, May 23, 2020 at Knox Community Hospital.  He
was born on January 7, 1939 in Westerville, Ohio the son of Halden and
Mabel (Perry) Fairchild.  Dr. Fairchild was a 1957 graduate of Mount
Vernon High School and 1961 graduate of Olivet Nazarene College. He proudly served in the United States Air Force from 1960 to 1965.

He went on to earn his Doctorate Degree from the Ohio State
University Medical School in 1970 and returned home to Mount Vernon
where he served Knox County and Mount Vernon as an OB/GYN physician
for nearly 50 years.  Dr. Fairchild pioneered and created the first OB/GYN practice in Knox County. There, alongside his partner, Dr. Joseph Nussbaum, he brought cutting edge technology to the area throughout the duration of his impressive career. Dr. Fairchild personally delivered over 14,000 babies and performed over 30,000 operational procedures. He was a member of the American Board of OB/GYN and Fellow American College of OB/GYN, and he served on numerous other boards in a wide array of positions to help make Mount Vernon and Knox Community Hospital a better place.

Dr. Fairchild also served as the Team Physician for Mount Vernon High School Football Team for several years and performed many charitable acts there including giving free physical exams to the players. He was instrumental in the development of the current football stadium as well.  He and his wife Phyllis were active members of the First Church of the Nazarene.  They loved hosting friends and family at their house, especially when they lived in Apple Valley for over 20 years. He was also an avid reader, golfer and had a passion for cooking. He was a long-time member of the Mount Vernon Country Club where he delighted in the company of his friends.  Dr. Fairchild also appreciated travel and had frequent visits to Las Vegas and New York City among his many adventures.  He enjoyed gardening and had a greenhouse for many years where he mastered the science of raising Orchids. He was ever-learning and a real inspiration to his family, always encouraging the pursuit of education and experience.

Dr. Fairchild will always be remembered for his caring andgenuine smile every time he greeted you.  His family will alwaysremember the loving and devoted, Husband, Father, Brother, and “Grampy” that he was.

He is survived by his daughters; Brenda (William) Daubenmire of Heath
and Lisa (Edward) Chacey of Mount Vernon; grandchildren, Amy, Drew,
Cara and Jenna Daubenmire; Matthew, Megan and Molly Chacey; Justin and
Jared Fairchild; great grandchildren, Iris, Carmen and Cole “Lil Joe”
Daubenmire, and expected great grandson due in September.  He is also survived by his brother Rich (Jewell) Fairchild, nephew Brian (Kathy) Fairchild, niece Dr. Janelle (Charles) Pool and their children.

He and Phyllis were grateful for the 13 years of loving service that was provided to them both by Brenda Clark.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years
Phyllis (Kirkpatrick) Fairchild (2019) and his son Scott A. Fairchild

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 from 12
noon to 2 p.m. at the First Church of the Nazarene, 807 Coshocton
Ave., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050 where a funeral service will begin at 2
p.m. with Pastor Joe Proudfoot and Pastor Mike Norris officiating.
Burial will follow in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens.

Memorial contributions in Dr. Alan’s name may be made to the
Palliative Care Unit at Knox Community Hospital or the Freedom Center
of Mount Vernon.

To share a memory or leave a condolence for the family, visit

The Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home of Mount Vernon is honored to serve
the family of Dr. Alan K. Fairchild.


  • I worked with Dr. Fairchild. He was a kind, thoughtful, and wonderful person, always cared about everyone especially his patients, friends and always the girls in his office. I was with him for 42 years and always enjoyed our long conversations about life. My heart goes out to Brenda and Lisa they have been thru a lot this month. Remember he loved you dearly and really enjoyed going to New York and having fun with his grand daughters. My Love and Prayers go out to you all. I will miss him forever!

    • I thought of you as well as his family. There will never be another team like Dr. Fairchild and Dr. Nussbaum. So thankful for the care I received from both of them during my 4 pregnancies and after.
      They’ll never be forgotten….and thank you Jan for your care as well.
      With Love
      Kelly (Carpenter) Montgomery

  • O my this is so hard. Dr Fairchild was the most wonderful doctor to me on the face of the earth along with this partner Dr. Nas bomb Dr. Fairchild delivered both of my children and in doing so I got the honor of him delivering my grandchildren so there were two generations he was always there for me he even help me out when my own medical doctor didn’t listen to me. Fairchild was the most wonderful doctor to me on the face of the earth along with this partner Dr. Nas bomb Dr. Fairchild delivered both of my children and in doing so I got the honor of him delivering my grandchildren so there were two generations he was always there for me he even help me out with my own medical doctor didn’t listen to me. He is so caring and so loving and I know to be reunited with his wife Phyllis and his son Scott whom I got to know is something of rejoice for Dr. Fairchild my heart goes out to the family he is an icon my first child was delivered in 1971 in the 1972 I worked at Mercy Hospital he will always be in my heart we will see each other at the wellness center and he would always wave at me and I go over and talk to him and hug him for we both were going for massages as he says we’re getting older we need that we’ve lost a wonderful man who bought a lot of education to this community along with Dr. Nas bomb, May you be at peace in the loving arms of your wife and son and may your family here be a proud and honor of their father and their brother Scott and his two sons and many of the children God be with you all .

  • This is a very sad thing for many people including myself ,my wife Karen and our 3 sons. We have known the Fairchild’s for well over 50 years. We along with Al and Phyllis as well as Joe and Chrissy Nussbaum all owned condos in Myrtle Beach way back then. In all my years in business I have known a lot of people but I will say without hesitation that I never knew anyone that was a better more sincere and caring person than Dr. Al Fairchild. I know the good Lord welcomed Al with open arms. Our prayers go out to Brenda and Lisa and families, all grand and great grandchildren. We will all miss you my dear friend RIP

  • Al was one of a kind. Always loved running into him in the hallways at KCH and seeing him at Mount Vernon Country Club. Both Lou and I will miss seeing his welcoming smile. Prayers to his family.

  • Brenda and Lisa and all the family –
    this is so hard. I can’t even begin to imagine the agony your family has had to endure this month and the last year since your Mom died. As you know, your parents were among our group of “best friends”. We had so many wonderful years together. I got to talk to your dad a few times after we returned from FL and Scott died. He was devastated as all parents would be. I can’t put into words how much your parents both meant to me. I want to be at the service so much, but since we’ve been trying so hard to stay home and social distancing, we will probably stay away and hold on to all our wonderful memories. I just want you ( the Fitzpatrick side ) to know how much we loved your dad and mom. I will ALWAYS miss them. Connie and Ron

  • Alan was so very sweet and easy to talk to. I had the privilege to work in the same building as he did and he delivered my daughter. I enjoyed our talks from the golf course behind his house, he will be missed..prayers to the family ….

  • Brenda,Lisa and families …
    So deeply sorry for the loss of your Dad … Not only a tremendous physician but also a great friend. Nancy and I will always remember in our hearts the fabulous times we had together with all of you.
    No matter any situation Al was always so positive and upbeat … An amazing man we deeply respected.


  • So sorry to hear of Dr Fairchild’s passing. He delivered my daughter. He always greeted his patients with a smile He will be greatly miss.

  • So sorry. He delivered our son, Levi 35 years ago. Al and Joe were both legends in our community and both will remain in high regards. ❤

  • Sincere condolences to the Fairchild family. You all were blessed to have him as long as U did. I know I feel blessed with the memories I shared with him.

  • Dr Fairchild delivered my oldest son and was the most amazing doctor I’ve had he saved my sons life he was an amazing person in general and gonna be missed dearly RIP

  • I am really going to miss you doc. I loved our talks about Grey’s anatomy and our chicago series. I really enjoyed you calling me kid and seeing your face when i worked at McDonald’s. You will be truly missed by all who knew you. To your familyi offer my condolences.

  • Dr. Fairchild was a great doctor he delivered both my children and their father. I remember him and the other team of doctors trying to guess my sons weight as he delivered him csection. He will truly be missed such a great man.

  • To the family and friends,

    Deepest condolences.
    He was a very understanding and caring doctor.

    Carrie Oyster

  • My heart so loss on words of a very nice man who delivered my grandson and took care of me. You will be very much missed by all you have touched. Fly high in the heavenly home. You deserve your wings dear friend.

  • Dr. Al was always very friendly to me when I would see me out and about. Always asked me how I was doing. Mostly, I would run into him at Bakers on Sunday morning when he would be getting donuts. I will miss him.

  • Lisa, Brenda and families. Heartfelt sympathy to all of you. Dr Fairchild was great to work with. I was with his office for 11 years. My mother in law was his first ovarian cancer patient in 1973 at 39 years old and now is a 47 year survivor . May you find comfort together and in God’s love.

  • So sorry to hear of Dr Fairchilds passing I worked in his office for a short time and he would always give me a hug when he saw me at KCH or out at a restaurant He will be missed💜

  • My deepest sympathies to Doctor Fairchild’s family. He was such a kind and gentle man. I would see him at the hospital a smile on his face, and a kind word to whom ever he saw. He was a great doctor and person! So giving to the community he called home. God bless him and may he Rest In Peace! Cherish his memories as they will help during this difficult time. Holding you all up in my prayers!

  • Dr Fairchild was my Dr. He was an amazing dr.along with Dr nussbaum. Prayers sent to his family.

  • My heartfelt condolences to the family. Dr. Fairchild was a kind, gentle man and a wonderful doctor. He took care of me during my pregnancy and the birth of my son almost 47 years ago. I will always remember him fondly. God bless you and give you peace.

  • Brenda and Lisa,
    Our condolences on the loss of Scott and your Dad. Our hearts are breaking for you. You are in our thoughts and prayers. So very sorry. Scott, Mary, Carmin Kirkpatrick

  • My condolences and prayers to the family. I worked with your father in Obstetrics when I got out of nursing school, and he was always willing to help teach along the way. He contributed much to the community and to many lives.

  • So sorry to hear the loss of Scott and your father in our thoughts and prayers

  • My deepest sympathy is extended to Doc’s family. He delivered my son 38 years ago. He always had a smile, a kind word and a gentle touch. Our community has benefited tremendously from his compassion and a love for what he did every day. He will be missed.

  • I worked for Dr. Fairchild for 12 years and I don’t think I ever met a more caring man. He was brilliant and cared so much about his patients and staff. He treated us all like we were family and always came in with a smile on his face. We were just talking about getting together after this Covid. I will miss him terribly and will never forget two wonderful doctors who made work so enjoyable. My condolences to his family. You have lost a very special person. 💔

  • So sorry for your loss 3 to many in the past year my Thoughts are with you and your family at this time

  • Dear family, friends and patients of Dr. Fairchild,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Dr. Fairchild was my doctor. He was always kind, calming, friendly and professional. Our town was blessed to have him as a physician. He was a good man. I’m truly sorry to hear of his passing.

  • So sorry to hear of the death of Alan. It brought back many memories associated with the Fairfield and Foor families. The video tribute to Alan was so touching.
    I pray that the Fairchild Family may continue to sense that extra strength that comes abundantly and lovingly from the Lord as you go thru the days/weeks ahead. May each one “go in the strength of the Lord”- Psalm 71-16
    Sincere Sympathy-
    Carol Foor Watson (wife of deceased Denny Foor—Harold/Ina’s son)
    Matt & Bethany Foor
    Marci & Adam Reynolds

  • Dear Brenda and Lisa, I am so sorry for you and your family. I worked with your dad for 45 + years. I loved working with him in the operating room these last 31 years. I learned much from him. His stories I think are one of the main things I miss and his smile.
    You were blessed to have him in your lives. He loved you and your kids so much.
    Sincerely, Vickie Clawson Adams

  • To the Fairchild family you have all gone through so much grief of late. Always was happy to see Alan and Rich together and chat with them. Dr. Fairchild delivered two of my boys and I appreciated his friendliness and that smile. Always cherish the memories you had with him and know he is now in the hands of God.

  • Dr Fairchild you will be missed. You never failed to speak when I’d run into anywhere. Always with your jovial “hello” and big smile. You delivered my first child. I’m sending many prayers to your family & friends. May you Rest In Peace my friend. You will now be reunited with Dr Joe Nussbaum. You were quite the team of professionals. Hugs & love to your family. 😥💔❤️

  • At only the age of 19 I had an OB emergency one that left me clinging for my life, and what we thought meant I wouldn’t be able to carry a child. Dr. Fairchild stepped in and saved my life with quick thought and action. I thank you doctor for saving my life. And because of you I was Blessed with two beautiful children . We may be just strangers but you have had a huge impact on my life. I pray for your family. May God rest your soul. Thank you for saving my life over ten years ago.

  • Lisa And Brenda , There’s just not enough words to tell u how much I appreciate your Dad , He was there for the boys at football field , And I had RLS and your Dad help find me Meds. I take for It and still taking them , I’m just heartbroken for you girls , son In-laws and grand babies, he’ll be missed by many , I’ll be praying for u all during this awful time 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽😭❤️

  • So sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful men and good friend I was so lucky to have him deliver my son. Sending prayers for your all at this time May the Lord comfort you at this time of loss. May he RIP you ill be missed. Sending love and hugs to family and friends

  • Dr. Fairchild was a great doctor, he delivered my first child and then she worked for him as his RN, she thought the world of him as I did. Dr.Fairchild and Dr.Nussbaum were my only baby and surgery doctors since 1973, was so sad to hear of his passing and also his son, prayers to the family at this difficult time.

  • He was the best. He never new a stranger, always said hi and remembered your name. After all these years he still remembered me when I would see him somewhere. Prayers to the family for your loss. He was a great Dr. My daughter was one of those 14,000 babies he delivered 35 years ago

  • Your going to be missed DR.fairchild R.I.P. you delivered me into this world in 1981.

  • Family of Dr.Alan Fairchild…I pray that you may know peace and serenity in this difficult time. Your father was s blessing to many,many people and I can only hope that he knew this every day of his earthly life.I will always laugh at the birth of my second son..his comment.

    Big shoulders,big head..my comment..well grab one and pull Al!!! Blessings.

  • Oh my goodness This breaks my heart dr Fairchild was an amazing dr he was my obgyn for many many years he was a pleasure to talk to he did my hysterectomy never had a better dr my prayers go out to his family

  • Rich & Jewell, So sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. Our prayers and sympathy are with you.

  • So sorry to hear this. Dr. Fairchild was my ob/gyn from the early 70s until he retired. He was such a kind man, and always had a smile whenever I saw him as a patient or in the halls or cafeteria at the hospital. My sincere condolences to the family.

  • Brenda, Lisa, and family, I am sending my deepest sympathy for your loss. It is a loss for our entire community. I have known your family for over 50 years and I cannot imagine Mount Vernon without your father. He was an excellent physician and a generous community member. He truly cared about Mount Vernon, our schools and our city. I know he loved his family and friends and greeted everyone warmly with a sincere smile whenever he saw us. We often spoke of our travels and it was my privilege to have share Some of those experiences with him and family members. France, England, Scotland will always bring back great memories. What I will miss so much is his warm and friendly smile whenever we’d run into each other at Saturday morning breakfast at SouthSide. God bless you all with health and strength during these difficult times. I send my love and condolences. Peace be with you.

  • It saddens me to hear of your passing you helped me so much and for you I will be forever grateful thank you for everything you have done for my family

  • Rest In Peace Dear Friend, Our MVHS Class of 1957 has lost a good friend and beloved member. Al was always so nice to everyone in school, and his personality, smile, and kindness carried through to his professional life. He always had time to say hello to everyone. Such a genuine person who cared about people. We are sending our deepest sympathy and friendship to his family. We are so sorry that you have had so much sadness recently. Al is now in Heaven with Phyllis, Scott, his friends, and his buddies from high school. He will be sorely missed by all who were fortunate enough to have known this special man. Sincerely, Susan (Nash) and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • Your parents were gems to say the least. And like everyone has said, your dad’s smile was so sincere and meant more than he ever knew. My heart goes out to you for the past month has been a nightmare for you to endure.
    May you find peace knowing your parents and brother are together.
    With deepest sympathy-
    God bless you all

  • I just saw Al 2 weeks ago at IGA and I’m glad we ignored the social distancing rules because I got one last hug in from him…To Rich and family…my heart breaks for all of you. Not only did Dr Fairchild deliver my sister and I, I had the honor of knowing him for many years through Southside Diner and the Alcove. One of my favorite times of the year was serving him and his staff at their private Christmas parties at the Alcove. He would always invite us to join them for cocktails and always treated us girls like family. Him and his wife were true blessings and I can’t imagine what the family must be going through. Knowing that they were truly loved by all who knew them should give you some sort of peace. I am truly sorry for your loss and I am praying for you all.

  • It’s not easy to find the right words to define the feelings one has when a dear friend or loved one passes. Especially when it is someone like Dr. Fairchild. Al was such an incredible person. A devoted family man, a decorated and skilled physician, a true friend… the list goes on and on.

    He was often called “sunshine’ by his staff because of his infectious smile. He had a warm and gentle voice and touch, a calming demeanor, and a personality that is rare these days. He touched so many lives in so many ways and will be sadly missed for multiple reasons.

    God Bless you, Al.

  • My sincere condolences. We worked together and he was my physician. I recall a conversation with Dr. Fairchild about how tempermental surgeons are and he said well what do you think I am and I responded that he was exceptional. Your family will remain in my thoughts and in my prayers. May God bless you in this difficult time.

  • He was a great Dr. with a fun sense of humor…he delivered 3 of my children…I had complications añd he made 100% sure that everything was going right… when I was in labor with my oldest son, I started pushing, and it took 2 pushes, he laughed & said I almost didn’t catch him 🤣 He was such a great person…🙏 Prayers for your family through this time…he had a welcoming committee waiting on him up above…💜

  • Truly an Icon in Mount Vernon not only as a physician but as a person. We have all been blessed by knowing him.
    Sincerely, Lou Ann Wolford RN retired KCH

  • Brenda and Lisa,

    May God comfort you and strengthen you.

    Blessings and prayers during this sad time in your lives.

    Vicki (Braddock) Brooks

  • Brenda and family please know that Kenny and I are definitely sending thoughts for everyone. Your Dad was my first OB. He would set you down and actually treat you like you were is only patient. I always loved seeing his smile when he and the family would be at Mazzas for dinner. Lots of fond memories. Love Rosie and Kenny ❤️❤️

  • Brenda, Lisa and families,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time. Doc was a wonderful man! In the recent past, as a neighbor, we would often bump into each other while walking the cart path on the golf course. We would get to talking and realize that 30 minutes or more had went by. We would talk about the past, the present and the future. It was always a joy. Doc was an inspiring presence and I’ll always value those conversations.


  • My father (Dr. Robert Hoecker) was a doctor in Mt. Vernon, whose career in that medical community overlapped with Dr. Fairchild’s there by about 5 years. And after Dad’s death, my mom (Virginia (Barb) Hoecker) lived another 30 years’ overlap with Dr. Fairchild’s presence in the town’s medical community.

    So although I never met him, I knew of him. I did hear about him, always in professionally complimentary terms from two folks who knew him well, during my periodic visits over those years to my folks and home town. So let me add my second-hand appreciation for his admirable contribution to life in good old Mt. V.

  • I am saddened to hear of Dr.Fairchild’s passing. I was fortunate to work in his office for several years. During those years I saw his caring nature toward his patients and his staff that was truly genuine. I will always remember his welcoming smile that put you at ease. Dr. Fairchild will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Nancy Jo Speece

  • I was very sad to hear of Dr. Fairchild’s passing. He was such a caring, compassionate doctor. He was very reassuring. He truly cared about his patients and inspired your faith in him with a kind word and smile. It really was a privilege to have known him. I know I don’t need to tell his family that he was a wonderful man but I just want you to know that he made such a positive difference in his patient’s lives ! We will all remember him fondly.

  • Sending my sympathy and prayers to the Fairchild family to let you know my heart goes out to you at this time of sadness. He was a wonderful Doctor and will be greatly missed.

    With deepest sympathy
    Marilyn Mullin

  • He was a caring doctor and nice man to me and my mom. He help bring my child into this world in 2007. I am happy to have know him. Hope all the best for his family and friends.

  • Brenda and Lisa and Families,

    So sorry to hear of Dr. Fairchild passing. We can’t begin to know what you are feeling and experiencing at this time, but you are in our thoughts and our prayers.

  • He delivered me in 1973. My Mother cared for him deeply and always had complete faith in him and his skills as a Doctor. She always told me he was as intelligent as he was kind. Rest in peace dear soul!

  • My heartfelt prayers and condolences for the whole family and for Alan’s loved ones and friends.

  • Our condolences to the family and friends. Such a great man. Always an honor to be among his friends. So loved, So missed.

  • I am so saddened of his passing. He was a such a wonderful friend and caring person. I will miss his beautiful smile and our conversations. He meant so much to so many and it was a pleasure to be his friend and his Nurse. His stories and laughter will live on in my heart forever and always. Prayers to all his family and friends.

  • Dear Brenda, Lisa, and all of Dr. Al’s family and friends: I saw him at the grocery store recently. I had no idea that was the last time we would say hello. He and Dr. Joe took care of me for over 30 years, and delivered our two children.

    I live directly across the road from the cemetery. Today, I sat under my lilacs and watched and listened while the honor guard played Taps. I often walk in the cemetery. You can be sure I will check on him.

    Much love,
    Linda Vining

  • I had the most incredible honor of having Dr Fairchild and Dr Nussbaum for many many years since I was a little girl and I have to say they were the absolute best drs ever! They definitely had alot of love and care with me everytime i seen them. Dr Fairchild delivered all 4 of my babies but 1 and the only reason they didn’t deliver her is because they were retired at that point. I will forever be grateful to all they both have done for me. Dr Fairchild i hope your at peace and that you take care of those in heaven as you’ve done here. You’re one of the most amazing drs and people i have ever met in my entire life and you will forever be thought about and severely missed. Rest easy Dr Fairchild. We love you!! Thank you again for everything!! 💔😔😢💜💕🙏

  • Oh no I was never Dr fairchilds patient but your father was very nice and kind always remember names I would seem several times out and about first time I met him was at the wellness center on yauger Road we chatted I told him who I was I told him my name I told him my name was Tony he said I’ll remember that and I said okay. Always calling doc when I seen him out in public I remember the last time I seen you I was sitting in Rite Aid store waiting on a prescription he came in and picked up one and talk to the pharmacist I said hello. And he looked at me and he said hello Tony I was surprised you remembered my name very kind man I remembered very kind Mount Vernon Knox County was very lucky do you have dr. Fairchild when they did and dr. Nussbaum serving the community I think these new doctors today take a lesson from the old doctors about personality you really need to listen to your patients a person can sense when their doctor doesn’t care about him so why do you people giving good compliments about dr. Fairchild because he must have really listened to his patients and it was kind and gentle man I could sense that when I would talk to him out on the streets like I said I wasn’t one of those patients so doctors today could take a lesson from the older doctors just stop and think you need to make your patience feel like you really care about him and it’s not a number an assembly line in a factory please set my condolence to the Fairchild family on your father’s death the community has lost a good doctor but I know our father in Heaven as receiving the doctor Fairchild done his duty and he went home to be with his wife and his son God bless the fairchilds family and thank you dr. Fairchild through your dedicated service to Mount Vernon and Knox County God bless

  • Dear family of Dr. Fairchild,
    This wonderfully kind doctor will remain in our memories always. I am deeply saddened for your loss. Dr. Fairchild was personally recommended to me by Dr. Pickett, of Riverside Hospital, (who was head of their department of obstetrics, in 1970). I needed a gynecologist because Dr. Pickett was soon to be retired.
    Dr. Pickett asked where I was living, and then after a brief pause said, “ That’s where Al Fairchild is starting a practice!” He smiled and reassured me that, “Al Fairchild was HIS student at O.S.U., and the top of his class!”
    I will always be grateful for that recommendation, because I really felt that our Dr. Fairchild was indeed that medical student who remained top of his class in our hearts. 💕 Heaven has gained one of the BEST!
    Thank you, Dr. Fairchild. You served us so very well.

  • From the MVNU Class of 1976, special sympathy greetings for Rich Fairchild one of our Pioneer Faculty and his wife, Jewell. While I graduated from the college and later worked in the University library, I never met Alan. However, since Alan was as well liked and appreciated as Richard, Alan is surely and greatly missed by his family and friends. May Rich and Jewell be filled with Peace of Jesus during this time of Alan’s death.
    Walt Baughman