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In loving memory of
Allan James MacEachern
  • April 16, 1936
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  • April 21, 2018

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Allan James MacEachern of Leesburg, FL passed away peacefully at home with his beloved wife by his side on Saturday, April 21, at the age of 82.  Allan resided in North Kingstown, RI before relocating to the Plantation at Leesburg 14 years ago.  He was employed by the United States Postal Service as a letter carrier for 33 years; was a Staff Sergeant serving in the United States Air Force during the Korean War and received an Associates Degree from Johnson & Wales College. For several years Allan volunteered at St. Patrick’s Soup Kitchen in Providence, RI and at the North Kingstown Library in Wickford, RI and later, at the Sheriff’s Ranch Thrift Shop in Leesburg. He was a volunteer member of the Plantation Memorial Park for several years and a member of the American Legion Post 347, The Villages, FL. Allan was always active: he participated in several century bicycle runs throughout the State of Rhode Island and enjoyed in line roller skating.  Later, he played pickle ball and tennis. Allan is survived by his wife of 17 ½ years, Christine (Cassidy) and her two sons, Eric Anagnostis and Adam Anagnostis, both of Providence, RI; his sister, Mary Blue Hewitt of Wickford, RI; his brother Robert MacEachern (Nancy) of Asheboro, NC; three nieces, Katherine Kramer-Briggs (Bruce) of Portsmouth NH; Penny Dumas (David) of Sturbridge, MA; Kris Soderberg (Dean) of Wakefield, RI; two nephews, Wayne MacEachern of  Strathmore, CA and Eugene MacEachern of St. Petersburg, FL; two great nieces, Andrea Mensen (Scott) of Worcester, MA, Stephanie Dumas of New Haven, CT and two great nephews, David Dumas of NY, NY and Alek Soderberg of Wakefield, RI.  He was predeceased by his sister Patricia Johnson of Ocala, FL. A memorial service will be held in Rhode Island at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to Cornerstone Hospice, 2445 Lane Park Road, Tavares, FL 32778.

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    10 May 2018
    May 1, 2018

    Dear Allan, you will be missed so very much. Our lives were so touched because you were in them. As an uncle, my children could not have been happier with you. You showed them such love, attention and respect. There was no one like Uncle Allan, from the time they were little until today as grownups. You played such a special part in their lives. As a brother, Bob, Pat and I hit the jackpot. As a son, Mom and Dad could not have been more proud of you, of what you were and what you accomplished. You were my rock, my dear friend, my confidant, my everything. We are such a close family; I don't know what we will do without you.
    I can just picture the smiles on all your faces, you so deserve your peace and happiness. Love, hugs and blessings, dear ones.

  2. Arnold and Ruth Hunsinger says:
    01 May 2018
    We were so sorry to hear of Alan’s passing. He was such a caring person. We always enjoyed his visits and the interesting conversations we had. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  3. Arnold and Ruth Hunsinger says:
    01 May 2018
    We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Alan was so well liked. Arn and I enjoyed his visits whenever he would stop by, he was so interesting to talk to. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

  4. Arnold and Ruth Hunsinger lit a candle:
    01 May 2018
    Lit since May 1, 2018 at 5:15:11 PM

  5. Joyce Miller says:
    29 Apr 2018
    Chris, Alan was such a dear sweet man. You were lucky to have married him. And he was lucky to have you as his wife. The loving care you showed him in the end was beautiful to see.

  6. Milo and Joyce McGill lit a candle:
    28 Apr 2018
    Lit since April 28, 2018 at 4:00:05 PM

  7. Milo and Joyce McGill says:
    28 Apr 2018
    Chris, we are truly sorry for your loss of Alan. May God strengthen you and give you peace in the days ahead. We know Alan is already missed. His military and dedication were superb.

  8. Toni & Rich Martin says:
    28 Apr 2018
    We were so sorry to hear about Allan's passing. He was such a pleasant man, and we loved talking to him. He will truly be missed.

  9. Toni & Rich Martin says:
    28 Apr 2018
    We were so sorry to hear of his passing. He was so giving and such a pleasure to talk to, and will be sorely missed.

  10. sonny & connie says:
    27 Apr 2018
    With thoughts of deepest sympathy to let you know we are.

  11. sonny & connie glasco lit a candle:
    27 Apr 2018
    Lit since April 27, 2018 at 4:57:24 PM

  12. Kathy Briggs says:
    26 Apr 2018
    I will treasure forever the memories of so many good times that we shared. I will miss our conversations, sometimes funny, sometimes complex, sometimes touching; always special. I will forever be grateful for having known you, and loved you, and will keep you in my heart always and forever. You are truly an extraordinary person, and we will miss you dearly. Peace, Uncle Allan....

  13. Bill and Maggi Phillips says:
    26 Apr 2018
    We will miss Allan's dry sense of humor and his soft spoken voice. He was a true gentleman.

  14. Mike VanNostrand says:
    26 Apr 2018
    He was a good friend and will be missed.

  15. Robert Frye says:
    25 Apr 2018
    So privileged to have gotten to know Allan as a neighbor the last 4 years. Prayers to the entire family. Chris, we got you.

    Robert Frye

  16. Deanna Saxton says:
    25 Apr 2018
    Chris, we are so sorry to hear of Allan’s passing. You and your family are in our prayers. Be at peace.
    Deanna & Ken Saxton

  17. Tom & Linda Felton says:
    25 Apr 2018
    Allan always lit up a room when he walked in and was a very compassionate person.

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