Yoga Srinivasan posted on September 28, 2017
Worked as a post-doc in Allen's lab for 3 years, great mentor and a very kind person with a great sense of humour, will always remember his smile and the beard. my condolences to his family

Jillian Ridlehoover posted on March 1, 2017
I really wish I could've spent more time with my grandfather. I was so excited to see him again. When my mom told me what had happened, I felt like every bone in my body was gone. I wish he were still here so he could see what a great person my mother has become. I miss sitting on his lap and feeling his beard on my face when I hugged him. We were going to dissect frogs together, he said. Now that will never happen. I called him Papa with the Beard. I will always miss him. He was a great man. I will never forget when he took my little sister and I to a duke basketball game. We sat right behind the people who took score. I miss papa, and I know he is watching over are family, always.

Kumar Budur posted on October 29, 2016
Dear Allen, I will always remember you as a great teacher and a very caring person, who taught me so much about Alzheimer's Disease, Genetics and life in general. I was so fortunate to know you and work with you for the past 3-4 years. You will be missed. My deepest sympathies to Allen's family and friends at Zinfandel Pharma.

Jane Welshofer posted on October 26, 2016
My deepest sympathy goes out to Ann, Stephanie, Maija and the entire Roses family. I'm very sorry for your loss.

CheeGee See posted on October 20, 2016
Dear Ann, your girls and the greater Roses family, I'm really sorry to hear of Allen's passing and your great loss. You've lost a husband, companion, father to your girls and a friend to many. I hope you will be comforted by many happy memories and the clear sense that his life profoundly touched so many others, both professionally and personally. We send you our deepest condolences and prayers. Chiggy

Stuart, Zoe, Josh and Esme Dollow posted on October 15, 2016
I remember working with and sparring with Allen at both GSK and Takeda. His insight and vision in the field of Alzheimer's research and his passion were unmatched. Our children shared a classroom for two years and I got to know him and Ann better for that time. I always enjoyed our conversations and his company and I and my family, wish all his family long life

Pridgeon Family posted on October 14, 2016
My cousin, Hilda Pridgeon, a founding member of the Alzheimer's Association, always spoke of Dr. Allen Roses and her visit to his Alzheimer's Research facility at Duke and their time on various NINDS review meetings with great admiration. A sincere thank you on behalf of my entire family for Dr. Roses' unrelenting Alzheimer's Disease awareness efforts.

Sir Andrew Witty posted on October 12, 2016
Dear Prof Saunders and family On behalf of GSK, may I express sincere condolences at the sad loss of Allen. Allen's enormous contribution to the medical field of Alzheimer's Disease will be a lasting legacy and he will be greatly missed by all who knew him. FYI, GSK has made a donation to the American Dance Festival. Best wishes. Sir Andrew Witty, CEO, GSK

Craig Fitzgerald posted on October 10, 2016
Ann and family… Working for Allen was one of the best experiences of my life. His humor, intelligence, and integrity in both public and private I will always remember. I will also cherish the many adventures… like moving the wine collection to your new house, wine education lessons and tasting at staff meetings, the wonderful research team of scientists he assembled at Glaxo. His passion for finding a cure for neurological diseases and his expressed love of his family are two reasons he was admired by me and others. So sorry to hear of his passing. He was a great man in so many ways.

Lisa Roberts posted on October 7, 2016
What a privilege and honor it was to have met this amazing man Dr. Allen Roses. My deepest sympathy to his family, colleagues and friends who were blessed enough to know him. Please accept my heartfelt thanks for all that you've done in the name of Alzheimer's Research and Neuroscience. Your brilliance will continue to impact millions of people and we are eternally grateful at the Alzheimer's Association and for all the lives you've touched through your research, dedication and passion. Rest well and in peace.. Your legacy will live on...

Sandy and Steve Wilton posted on October 6, 2016
Dearest Allen, where does one start? We would not be where we are today without your mentoring and support over the years. That special look you gave when things were not right. The family visits to Perth and Peppi. The pilgrimage to MossWood. Your last visit when you talked about the love and pride for your girls. Annie, Stephanie and Maija our love to you. He has left a big hole. A character bigger than life who will always be remembered. Love Sandy and Steve

Jan Witkowski posted on October 6, 2016
I first met Allen in the early 1970s when he was working with Stan Appel on myotonic dystrophy and I was working on Duchenne muscular dystrophy with Victor Dubowitz in London. It was the time of the membrane theory in DMD and that was the focus of his research on mytonic dystrophy. He published controversial data - a recurring theme! - and I saw that again in the Alzheimer's field. Allen came to several meetings here at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, the last in 2010. I wrote to him earlier this year to tell him I was retiring and he replied, still remembering a wonderful meal we had in Soho, London, in the early 80s. I don't think he would mind me reproducing some of it here - not because he says kind things about me but because it reflects his affectionate nature. (Not experienced by everyone - note the reference to "acrid discussions"! "We go back much longer than most. Remember Chien Chien Ku in London. It closed its doors this year too. All good things come to an end....Many fond memories of the conferences and your wonderful kind manner in diffusing some particularly acrid discussions....Yo'all come down sometime soon and bring your wonderful wife.

Anita Kidgell posted on October 6, 2016
As the news of Allen’s passing reaches his many friends across the globe it makes us pause to remember a passionate, determined and immensely driven scientist, a supportive, kind and encouraging colleague and most of all a fun loving friend. My thoughts are with his family at this time, whom he loved so much. If there is an after-life, it had better get ready for one of this world’s most colourful characters and let’s hope it has good wine!

Zhengyu Xue posted on October 6, 2016
My deepest sympathy to Ann, Stephanie and Maija. I’m shocked and very sad to hear that Allen has passed away. I had the privilege to work with him at Genetics, GW/GSK. Allen was a true pioneer in Alzheimer's Genetics and visionary in personalized medicine. His research contribution in this area will remain. He will be missed tremendously.

Bob Ingram posted on October 5, 2016
My deepest sympathy to Ann and Allen's daughters. Allen was a superb scientist, charismatic character, and most of all, treasured friend. I will miss him.

Anthony Akkari posted on October 5, 2016
Allen, thank you for giving a cocky West Australian city bloke (and his shy country girl) a go, for 25 years to present day. Your generosity has made Durham our home for 13 years. So many fond memories of wonderfully warm Thanksgivings with your family and friends (again I apologize for missing one, and you never let me forget it!), sharing your Moss Wood wines, watching 4th of July fireworks, Duke Basketball games, picking up reuben’s in every city we visited together, telling me how and where to drive in every city we visited together. I am going to miss you mate. Your brilliant mind, passion for your work, family and friends, that ADR laugh and smile. Forever I will hear you, “Anthony, don't sweat on the small stuff, focus on the work”. We live on in your light. Our thoughts and love are with Ann, Maija, Stephanie, Joanna, Michelle and families. Anthony, Barbara, Jeremy, Estelle and Gilbert Akkari

Kathy Emery posted on October 5, 2016
Please accept my deepest condolences for your family's loss.

Osagie posted on October 5, 2016
My sincere condolences to Allen's family. Had the Pleasure of working with him at GSK R&D. He was always funny, very smart and creative. His positive contribution to science and health for many patients, as a clinician, teacher and researcher, are all well documented. He will be missed.

Chris Hulette posted on October 5, 2016
Dear Ann and Stefanie, My heart goes out to you and your loved ones. He will be sorely missed. With deepest sympathy, Chris

Seol-Heui Han posted on October 4, 2016
My heartful condolences go to Ann and his family. I feel very privileged to have been able to work with Allen at the Bryan ADRC. He was a great mentor, a brilliant scientist and wine lover. I will miss his wonderful humor, his smiling face and a friendship for the last 25 years. It must be a dream that we've taken photo together last July at the AAIC in Toronto.

Sheila Talbott posted on October 4, 2016
My sincere condolences to Dr. Roses' family. He will be missed.

Miguel A Mike Pappolla posted on October 4, 2016
Allen, you were an inspiration to all of us. You will be missed.

William and Nancy Howell posted on October 4, 2016
Nancy and I extend our heartfelt condolences to Ann, family, colleagues, and friends. Nancy and I had the absolute pleasure of working with Allen at GSK, and have so many fond memories of spending time with him in the US and the UK, as well as those transatlantic flights. Allen was a truly inspiring individual who gave us confidence that we would in fact one day find the cure for Alzheimer's Disease. Allen was brilliant, passionate, and positive all wrapped together in a dynamic giant of a human being. We are all worse off due to his passing. Bill and Nancy Howell

Bob French posted on October 4, 2016
Loved this guy

Suman Sehgal posted on October 4, 2016
I am deeply saddened to learn about Allen's passing away. His passion for research on Alzheimer's was unparalleled. He was kind, generous, caring, and always smiling. I feel very lucky to have had the chance to work in his organization. Ann, my deepest sympathies to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Michael Corrigan posted on October 4, 2016
Sincere condolences to Allen's family. I will miss our conversations about life, wine, family and Duke Basketball.

Bruce Elvin posted on October 4, 2016
Allen, we will miss your stories and insights about dance, basketball and all your other areas of expertise! Many condolences to your entire family for the loss of a true mensch.

Lefko Charalambous posted on October 4, 2016
Allen was a brilliant and enthusiastic teacher and mentor to many. Every student in our lab that had the pleasure of meeting him immediately recognized his passion and vision for the field. We are forever grateful for having worked and interacted with him. Our condolences go to the family, as we have lost a great man. Cheers, Allen

Paul Maruff posted on October 4, 2016
Prof Roses, not a day goes by in our lab where we don't mention your name. Thanks for your hard work. We will be only one of many that carry it forward.

Rachel Gibson posted on October 4, 2016
I had the privilege of working with Allen at his time at GSK. Allen was an inspiration to all who worked with him and had such a wonderful sense of humour. Ann I am very sorry for the loss for you and your family.

Claire Allan posted on October 4, 2016
I am deeply sorry and sad to hear Allen has past away. A brilliant scientist and physician I am proud to have worked with him and appreciate his guidance, leadership and insights while he worked at GlaxoWellcome and GSK. He continually inspired and motivated me. My heartfelt condolences to all the family.

Isro Gloger posted on October 4, 2016
I am shocked and extremely sad to hear that Allen has passed away. Allen was a great scientist, a visionary and most of all he was a great person with a big heart. Allen is leaving a tremendous legacy to science and to all the people who loved him. My deepest sympathy to Ann and his daughters.

Bob Williamson posted on October 4, 2016
I know Allen for more than thirty years, in the US, the UK and Australia. He participated in virtually every major advance in neurogenetics, with his characteristic mixture of sharp intellect and fine, occasionally raucous, humour. He will be sorely missed by so many of us.

keshav and shanthi rao posted on October 4, 2016
It was with great sadness I read about Allen's passing away. I have always been gratetful for his giving me the opportunity to work with him as a neuromuscular MDA fellow and junior faculty at Duke.I learnt a lot from him about clinical neuromuscular disease and research. Some of the teaching was done on the tennis court where he was a tough opponent. Most of all he was very kind and generous to me and my family and made us feel welcome at Duke. He will always be missed.

Thanta Isenhour posted on October 4, 2016
Allen was a brilliant man who was years ahead in his visions for the future. He made a difference to everyone he met including myself. He opened my mind to new and innovative ways of thinking. It was an honor to have known him. He will be remembered. My condolences to Anne and his family.

Sue Hall posted on October 3, 2016
My heartfelt condolences go out to Ann, family and friends. Allen was an amazing individual and I feel privileged to have been able to work with him at GSK. His scientific brilliance, passion and drive, sense of humour and wit will be sorely missed by us all. With prayers, Sue Hall

Derek and Louise Winstanly posted on October 3, 2016
Ann and family, we were deeply shocked by the news of Allens passing. He was a dear friend and inspirational colleague who will be missed and will always be remembered for his pioneering work in Alzheimer's and his wonderful sense of humor.

Ken Batchelor posted on October 3, 2016
I am deeply saddened to hear of Allen's passing. Allen was an inspiration to all who knew him and a leader in every aspect of his life. His strengths in science and medicine were matched by his humanity and his kindness. His unparalleled commitment to understanding and treating Alzheimers disease is an example for us all.

Joel FreelanderA posted on October 3, 2016
Ann, and Family, It has been a long time since we first met at the Raquet Club just behind Duke Hospital. (Early 1980's) It was really fun when Allen taught the high Impact aerobics class there. The ladies like it and we guys enjoyed it as well. Allen was quite a man. Serious when he wanted to, but for the most part a lot of fun. His wit and sense of humor were well coordinated. He was special in many ways. We will miss him. With best wishes and positive thoughts, Joel & Riva Freelander

Sreekumar Pillai posted on October 3, 2016
My heartfelt condolences to Allen's family. It was a great experience working for Allen Roses for several years while he was leading the Genetics organization at Glaxo Welcome and later GSK. He is a true visionary in personalized medicine and his research contributions in this area will remain immortal. He was one of the rare leaders who personally knew each and every people worked under him and found time to mentor them. I am grateful for all the help he rendered as well as the knowledge he imparted to me. He will be missed tremendously by the scientific community.

Sean Stanton posted on October 3, 2016
Allen was great person! I feel lucky to have met him in my lifetime. We will honor him with our passion to move his vision forward and cherish the generosity he has shared with us in the past! Rest in Peace and Thank You for all that you have given me.

Eric Reiman posted on October 3, 2016
I was heartbroken to learn about Allen's death. Allen was a pioneer in Alzheimer's research, genetics, and the other fields he mastered. It was his laboratory's discovery of APOE4, the major genetic risk factor, that caused me to become an Alzheimer's researcher, and it changed my life. He has always been there for my colleagues and me as colleague and advisor, and he was a dear friend. Allen loved defying conventional wisdom and, more often than not, he turned out to be right. I loved hearing about his views, and his contrarian views most of all. His smile lit up the room whenever he spoke about Ann, Maija and Stephanie--even more than when he spoke about great wine or Duke basketball. My wife Lori, my colleagues and I will miss him terribly, and we'll continue to honor his legacy in our work. I wish to extend our deep condolences with Ann and everyone in the family, his Duke and Zinfandel colleagues, and friends.

Richard Caselli posted on October 3, 2016
Allen, I was so sorry to learn today that you've left us. I will always appreciate all you did for me in my career, and the down to earth wisdom you were always so generously willing to share. Science needs iconoclasts and visionaries to keep it honest and light the way forward. You did that. We will all miss you. And to Ann and the rest of your family, please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

Turna Ray posted on October 3, 2016
It was my privilege as a journalist to report on Dr. Roses' groundbreaking research. I will miss our lengthy chats about Alzheimer's disease, personalized medicine, and pharmacogenetics. He was fair, unflinchingly honest, compassionate, and he came up with the best names for start-ups.

Kathy Spitz posted on October 3, 2016
I had the great privilege to support Allen and his leadership team during his first 5 years at GlaxoWellcome/GlaxoSmithKline. These years were some of the most fascinating, challenging (in a good way) and fun years of my career. I grew both professionally and personally because of Allen. He was a "maverick leader", with a clear and compelling vision and the remarkable ability to think strategically and take the steps necessary to engage the resources to ensure that his vision would become reality. He knew and practiced the art of the "long view" more and better than many leaders I've worked with over the past 30 plus years. Laughing with Allen was constant, as he worked tirelessly for all of us. One of many fond memories I have was when Allen generously gave me his ticket to a Duke Men's basketball game that was, ironically, played on his birthday. He was travelling and could not attend and so I sat with his wife Ann and enjoyed an experience that many only dream of. Allen was generous that way. Allen had that rare combination of determination, brilliance and lightheartedness that helped us all maintain perspective. My heart aches for all of us who had the good fortune to know and be with this man. My heart breaks for Ann and Allen's family. My deepest and most sincere condolences,

Dan and Sherrill Blazer posted on October 3, 2016
Ann and family, I was shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Allen. He was a true pioneer in neuroscience and a champion for so many with Alzheimer's disease. Yet I especially will miss his wry humor, his insights, and a friendship which spanned multiple generations. All of you are in our prayers. Dan Blazer

Joan Guilkey posted on October 3, 2016
Ann and Family, I was shocked and sorrowed to see Allen's obit in today's papers. I have fond memories of him when he was with Glaxo Wellcome. The drawing in the papers was extremely life-like. Always smiling, always busy, and ready to talk about good food and wine and what a wit! Allen made his mark on the world. I hope your good-times memories will last and the not-so-good ones be forgotten.

Stef Mendell posted on October 3, 2016
My sincere condolences to Allen's family. I knew Allen from working with him in R&D at Glaxo Wellcome and then as the organization transitioned to GSK. He was so brilliant and so passionate about his work, but he also made time for people as individuals. Allen gave me some very helpful career advice and I am forever grateful for his kindness. A true mensch.

David Searls posted on October 3, 2016
How tragic it is to see someone so much larger than life leave the scene. One's mind reacts in strange ways to terrible news, and I confess that one of my first thoughts was how sad it was that Allen will miss the upcoming Duke basketball season and the promise it holds. More importantly, of course, he'll miss the final conquest of Alzheimer's and all the promise that his life's work still holds. The world has one fewer Blue Devils fan, one fewer connoisseur of Cabernet Sauvignon, one fewer brilliant neurologist, pioneering researcher, generous mentor, and loving family man, but with his outsized personality the loss is so much greater than the sum of those many parts of Allen. He was a force of nature, and it was the experience of a lifetime to be able to follow in his slipstream for a bit.

Cathy Sciambi posted on October 3, 2016
I was very saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Allen Roses. I had the opportunity to work with him and his team for a short period of time, at Duke University. He was always a pleasure to work with. My condolences to the family, friends and colleagues who will miss him terribly.

Cathy Williams posted on October 3, 2016
Ann, Stephanie, and Maija, I'm so sorry for your loss. Blake, Connor and I will be thinking of you in your time of sadness.

Ron Przygodzki posted on October 3, 2016
I'll miss Allen's smile, humor and insight into so many contributions that have and will certainly continue helping humanity. My condolences to the family - and - I raise a glass a good wine in memory of Allen! Miss you, buddy.

Alan E H Emery posted on October 3, 2016
I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of Allen Roses. He and I have been close friends for many years: sharing our interests in neurological disorders with a genetic component. He had me as a Visiting Professor in his department at Duke University on several occasions, and he was invited by me to give an important lecture at the Royal Society of Medicine in London, and also at my College in Oxford. We most recently met in Perth, Australia, where we shared the mutual friendship of colleagues in the field. He will be sorely missed.

Ralph Martins posted on October 3, 2016
Allen was a wonderful human being who touched many lives both from his amazing work and his wonderful care of so many of us which has earned the deep love from so many. The last time I felt so devastated is when I lost my parents. May he rest in peace. My thoughts and prayers are for his dear wife and family. God Bless you all.

Ena Bromley posted on October 3, 2016
Allen believed in the entrepreneurial spirit of science and dared to make a difference for something he believed in. The world is a better place thanks to Allen.

Beth Balkite posted on October 3, 2016
Allen was dedicated to making a difference in the scientific world--and that he certainly did. He gave me the professional chance of a lifetime by hiring me as part of his team at GSK. It was one of the best opportunities in my life. I will be forever grateful to him for his wisdom, his vision and his support--and those great GSK red wine dinners!

Shari H posted on October 3, 2016
So sorry to hear about Allen's passing. I met in 30 years ago, he was one of AA RDU's favorite passengers. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this time.

Kay Davies posted on October 3, 2016
Thank you Allen for being challenging and an inspiration for many in neurological disease research. You leave a fine legacy and we shall miss you.

Hamid Sohrabi posted on October 3, 2016
Dear Allen, I am shocked and devastated to hear such a sad news. You were an amazingly kind and visionary scientist. My sincere condolences to Allen’s family and to Stephanie.

Rob Richards posted on October 3, 2016
Heartfelt condolences Ann and family. Allen's sage advice literally saved my life back in 1992. His ability to challenge dogma and get us to look again at what might be going on, is both an inspiration and a cause of immense gratitude from me. Thank you Allen for sharing your gift that I hope I can carry on in some way. Love you heaps, Rob.

Wolfgang Liedtke posted on October 3, 2016
Allen Roses was a very special man, at all levels that I got to know him. He was kind, deep, witty and a visionary in every field that he operated in, yet always with his feet on the ground. I happened to be part of a neurology dinner crowd less than 3 weeks ago where Allen enjoyed himself very much, steered the conversation with his wit and wisdom. He was full of enthusiasm for what lies ahead, in terms of possible discoveries and therapeutic opportunities in clinical neurosciences. He silently exsuded that "seed" into those around him, even at a business dinner. A giant of neurology, neuroscience and neurogenetics has passed, and we will miss him. But we will also hold on to his enthusiasm and strong and vibrant sense of optimism. - As stated by others here on this forum, we will be commemorating Allen when we drink truly delightful red wine - cheers Allen !

Tachi Yamada posted on October 3, 2016
I join Allen's many many friends in mourning his loss. He was a brilliant man whose whose scientific endeavors helped to unravel some of the mysteries of Alzheimer's disease and pointed the way to new treatments. As with many pioneers he had his critics but Allen had the courage to stand up to his challengers and the test of time has proven him to be right. Having had the privilege of being a friend and colleague I always enjoyed my interactions with Allen because of his graciousness and unfailing sense of humor. Those who knew him well also witnessed that underlying his smiles and frequent laughter was a dead serious sense of urgency to help those living with the crippling and tragic manifestations of Alzheimer's disease. As much as we all knew about his precarious health, his love of life made me feel that he might outlive us all. He was a true giant of medicine and I will miss him greatly. My sincere condolences to those that Allen has left behind, especially to Annie and his daughters whom he loved so dearly.

Mickey Buchanan Harris posted on October 2, 2016
I was so sorry to hear of Allen's passing. I had the opportunity to work with him at Duke and he was one of the best! My thoughts and prayers are extended to the family.

Gregory Shirman posted on October 2, 2016
I would like express my deepest condolences to Anne, Stephanie, Maija and all the family. Allen was the angel savior for all our family. He was only man who supports us during hard time in US. My work with him was very good experience for me. I will keep my gratitude and adoration of his persona for end my life. Gregory Shirman

Alice W. Watkins posted on October 2, 2016
To Ann, children, grandchildren, employees, Duke family and all who knew Dr. Allen Roses, our hearts are with you. We have lost a giant in the world of neuroscience, Alzheimer's and related dementia research in specific. As mentor and friend, I will miss him, his quick wit, great laugh, his love of a good glass of wine and his ability to assess people and situations. His many accomplishments will remain for years to come, especially his ground-breaking genetic APOE link to Alzheimer's. I count it a great privilege to have known and to have had him as a mentor over the past 27 years while serving as Executive Director of Alzheimer's North Carolina. For your many contributions, Dr. Allen David Roses, I thank you and will miss you. Alice W. Watkins, Raleigh, NC.

Aleksey Kazantsev posted on October 2, 2016
Allen was the greatest man I have known. That is the terrible shock and great sadness for all of us. Our deep condolences and our hearts are with his family. Alex Kazantsev and Family

David Hosford posted on October 2, 2016
Allen was a fascinating and effective leader as a neurobiological visionary and researcher, neurologist, Division chief, manager, pharmaceutical division head, and CEO. And he was also my friend. The first time I met him was during my 1982 interview for a position in Duke's Neurology residency program. Allen sat across a very crowded desk from me at 8 AM that morning, and on the desk sat a human skull with an upside-down pipe in its mouth. I was a bit afraid to ask him why it sat there, and more importantly, why the pipe was mispositioned, but it did set an interesting tone to the meeting. The unusual decor and an hour of conversation convinced me to come to Duke, and our paths have continued to cross in unpredictable ways since then. He has always shared advice, opened doors, and provided great vision about what can be. Regarding the latter, it would be an understatement to say that Allen has had a great impact on many areas of neuroscience, and most certainly on the field of Alzheimer's disease. There, Allen's reputation and the research findings of the teams he led are majestic and widely known. These findings have spurred countless basic science, clinical, and biopharmaceutical experiments in neuroscience that may lead to new treatments for conditions that lack them. Now switching topics, and as is well-known to his wide network, Allen was an amazing collector and expert in wines. And I guess he drank an occasional glass as well. And so, along with the many whom Allen Roses inspired to be better neurologists, researchers, managers and people, I will raise each new glass of nice red wine with a toast to my friend. And I have a suspicion that he may already be teaching those whom he meets in the next life a thing or two about viniculture. Cheers to Allen D. Roses!

Mary Conneally posted on October 2, 2016
Dear Ann, Joanna, Michelle, Stephanie and Maija. Mike and I are so sad to hear about Allen. He was a dear friend and colleague. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. With love, Mary and Mike Conneally

Andreas Monsch posted on October 2, 2016
Dear Allen, Thank you for being such a wonderful inspiration for me and us all. I do not know how the journey can continue without you. With great sadness and thankfulness. Andreas

Andreas Monsch posted on October 2, 2016
Dear Allen, Thank you for beeing a wonderful inspiration for me and us all. I have no idea how the journey can continue without you. With great sadness and thankfulness. Andreas

Jonathan, Jane, Alexandra, James, Patrick & Joseph Box posted on October 2, 2016
Sincere condolences to Anne, Stephanie, Maija and all the family, We will never forget the kindness you showed our family when we lived in the US. A highlight of the year was the Rose's Thanksgiving party. Allen was a remarkable man - clever, irreverent, funny and immensely kind. He will be greatly missed but always remembered.