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In Loving Memory

Naegeli, Alan C. “Al”

Naegeli, Alan C. “Al”, 68, passed away on November 28th, 2020 after a hard-fought battle with cancer.  Beloved husband of Sheila (Hall) Naegeli.  Loving father of Lauren (Justin) Joseph, Andrew (Holly) Naegeli, and Melissa Naegeli.  Proud grandfather of one grandchild on the way.  Dear brother of Edward (Kelli) Naegeli.  Dear brother-in-law of Denise (Marshall) Kaufman and Brenda (Mike) Vanover.  He is preceded in death by his parents Donald C. and Louise J. Naegeli.  Al was a loving and devoted husband and father who cherished spending time with his family.  He enjoyed the simple things in life, and found fulfillment by helping others.  Al loved fishing, going to the beach, tending to his garden, walking his dog Tucker, and watching the St. Louis Cardinals while drinking a cold Budweiser.  He was a huge Rolling Stones fan, and was ecstatic when he went to see them perform in Kansas City in 2015.  Al retired in 2014 after working over 40 years as a federal employee for the Department of the Army where he was proud to have served his country.  A private memorial service to be held at Kutis South County Chapel.  Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Steven Vanover Foundation, a non-profit organization established in memory of Al’s beloved nephew Steven (stevenvanover.org, or by sending to 1448 Gardiner Lane, Suite 102, Louisville, KY 40213).


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