Alan Flatt passed away the week of June 5, 2016. If anyone has any information or an obituary please send it to me at email@example.com so I can add it to this page. Bill Wagner had sent out an email and here are some of the responses. If you would like to add any comments, please do so in the box below.
Alan Flatt passed away June 7th from cancer. I think he had an extended battle with Lymphoma. Survived by two sons, and a wife. We’ll try to provide more details as we get them. bill____________
If it helps a bit, here’s what I received from Dick Roisman on 6/6/16:
Hi Jeff and Phil, Alan Flatt died this morning at home in Oakland. He had been unconscious for the last two days. His wife Freddie and his sons Jesse and Henry were with him.
Bill, et al
Thanks for keeping us informed. I too talked to Alan at the reunion, he didn’t open up as much to his illness, but we did recall some good high school times. Thanks also to David, Steve and Ken for their thoughts.
You stated it so eloquently. Alan was a tremendous individual and will be remembered by all of us.
As we all grow older, let’s remember what fantastic classmates we had at Fairview and the good times that all of us had.
Let’s also keep in touch more o
Michael H. Deis
50 South Shore Drive
Newnan, GA 30263
Before Alan got sick, he used to stay with us when he would visit his Mother, who was at Covenant House (the Jewish Home for the Aged) in Dayton.
He would come quite often, and we reconnected after all those years. It was always a pleasure having him because he was smart, engaging and funny. I always enjoyed our conversations!
When his Mother died, his sons, cousins, and friends came to Dayton for the service, so I got to meet all of them. I can say that they all loved Alan very much, which should give us comfort in knowing that he had wonderful people around him to love and care for him.
I personally will miss our emails and conversations, and may he rest in peace.
Kathy Menachof Renas
Bill, thanks for sharing this sad news…Alan was always upbeat with a great sense of humor. Even though he was already ill at the reunion, he remained positive! We had fun catching up. The years have gone by way too fast! I appreciate your updates of our class.Hello to all…Mara Dzirne Zedeker