In Memory

Alan Sirkin

SIRKIN , Alan G. On Sunday, July 8, 2007 ALAN G. SIRKIN, devoted brother of Barry Sirkin of Cockeysville, MD and Alison Mogol of Baltimore, MD., loving nephew of Dr. Jay and Elise Empel of Atlanta, GA. Beloved son of the late Harold Sirkin and Joan (nee Empel) Rosenbloom.
Service and Interment at Oheb Shalom Memorial Park-Berrymans Lane on Thursday, July 12 at 3 P.M. Please omit flowers. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC.

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09/23/08 03:23 PM #1    

L. G Bavaro

I remember Alan always walking around with books bigger than he was. I always called him Alan shrinkin, because I was so big. He was a good kid and I am hope he lived his dream and did not struggle with life. Peace Alan.

10/04/08 02:06 PM #2    

Jack Meyerson

I lost touch with Alan Sirkin over the years, but we grew up near each other and we were friends from childhood through high school. I know that later in life he had moved into his Grandmother's house, I don't recall the part of MD it was in, but I did get back in touch with Alan once or twice by phone over the years, and he sounded quite depressed and I know he struggled with health issues. His mother, whom I was so fond of growing up had passed away from Pancreatic Cancer I believe not to long before Alan's untimely passing. I do not know the what caused Alan's passing, and I have not been able to find his younger brother Barry Sirkin or his younger sister Allison Sirkin. I know his mother Joan Sirkin, after loosing her 1st husband Harold Sirkin back in our childhood, had remarried to Ed Rosenbloom, but I never found him again either. Alan, you're at peace now, no more worries, no more sadness. I remember some of the crazy pranks you and Tom Dickman would talk about doing at school. Tom & I still talk about those days when I visit him in MD on my trips up from FL to go check in on my Mom in Bethesda MD. Alan, save up some of those fun pranks for when I get to see you on the other side... we'll pick up where we left off. Your friend Jack Meyerson.

10/12/08 03:55 AM #3    

Mary Rombro (Aharon)

I am shocked to read of Alan's passing. I have one memory that is so ingrained because I have a picture of it. Alan came to a costume party at my house and was incredibly creative--he came as a werewolf--it was incredible!!

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