In Memory

Allan Heifetz

Allan Heifetz

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04/17/13 10:27 PM #1    

Dianne May (Stoehrer)

Taken from his obituary in the Andover Townsman:

Allan T. Heifetz, 64 died, June 9, 2010 at his home in Fort Pierce, FL.

He was born in Lawrence, MA, grew up in Andover amd raised a family in North Andover before moving to Fort Pierce, FL in 2000.

Allan graduated from Yale University and the Stern School of Business at New York University.  He was Chief Financial Officer for Key Packaging Industries in Salem, N.H. and Catalano Insurance in Methuen, MA.  In Florida, Allan was a Financial Advisor for AG Edwards/Wells Fargo before he retired in 2008.

Allan was an active participant in the communities in which he lived.  He was a member of North Parish Church in North Andover and on the Board of Directors of Lawrence Family Service.  In Fort Pierce, he was a member of the South Beach Association, active in the Fort Pierce Downtown Business Association, on the Board of Sea Pointe Towers and a volunteer for the A.E. Backus Museum.  He was and avid and skilled poker player and loved living on the beach.

Allan will always be remembered for his brillant mind, compassionate soul and impish sense of humor.  He lived generously and brought joy into the lives of many people.

He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Eva Heifetz of Fort Pierce; daughter Sarah Morrill and husband Chase of Wayne, Maine; granddaughters, Maggi, Nori, and Eva Rose of Wayne, Maine; father, Harold Heifetz of Fort Pierce; and sister, Carrol Wishcamper of Freeport, Maine.  He was preceded in death by his morther, Dorothy Heifetz.

09/01/13 05:42 PM #2    

Leslie Stackhouse (Clapper)

Allan was a good friend with a clever sense of humor . He was an excellent writer and composed several poems that I have kept all these years. I'm sad that he is gone ; it would have been nice to see him again.


09/10/13 02:21 PM #3    

John Clapper

Allan and I distinquished ourselves in Mr. Reardon's history class by getting " A  4's", A for the academic grade, and 4 for the lowest effort grade that  you could get.  Allan was always correcting Mr Reardon when he gave out incorrect information.  We had great friends in Dickie Chadwick and Jimmy Krysinski.  Allen got me drunk one night and he and Jimmy planted me on my front door stoop,  rang the doorbell and ran, Thanks guys.  Allan was brillant and always had my respect.  Poor guy, he had every alergy diagosed by mankind.  John

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