In Memory

Allan Rexelle - Class Of 1969

Allan Rexelle

Birth:  Jun. 21, 1950
Alameda County
California, USA
Death:  Dec. 24, 2010
Independence County
Arkansas, USA

Allan Rexelle

Allan Anthony Rexelle, 60, of Batesville died Friday, Dec. 24, 2010, in a Batesville nursing home.

Born June 21, 1950, at Oakland, Calif., he was the son of Joseph August and Bessie Jewel Franks Rexelle. He had worked for Weyerhaeuser in California and Flowers Baking Company in Batesville.

Survivors include his wife, Sheila Rexelle; two sisters, Sheila Hefele of Sonora, Calif., and Debbie Rexelle of California; and several nephews and nieces.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Private memorial services will be held at a later date. Arrangements are by Qualls Batesville Funeral Service.

No visitation is planned.
-Batesville Guard, 28 Dec 2010 

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05/20/11 08:35 AM #1    

Darrell Santos (1971)

 So sad to read about Allan's passing.  I last ran into him some years ago at Harry's Hofbrau.  I have so many memories of water skiing with him in the Delta and Don Pedro.  


Sad to read about his passing.



06/16/11 12:42 PM #2    

Barry Branco (1970)

Sad to hear of Allan's passing.  Allan, my bother Terry and I grew up together.  We were together nearly ever day during school and the year to follow.  He got married around 1983  and that was the last time I saw him.  Great guy he would do anything for us with out asking a question.  I would be writting for days just telling you of all the great trips we took and all of the great adventures we went on.  We had a group that hung around for years he had dinner at my mom's house naerly every night and would say to my mother "I guess I'll have a little snack"  A stand up guy for sure.  Barry Branco

01/30/12 08:14 AM #3    

Darrell Santos (1971)

Well said Barry!

03/12/12 09:59 AM #4    

Jon Gledhill (1969)

I was very sad to read about Al's passing.  He was a great friend in high school, but once we graduated, our lives took different paths.  Al (or the Wolfman as we affectionately nicknamed him) was a talented athlete and a gregarious soul who was quick to laugh and always ready for adventure.  We spent many hours on the football field and track together and those times represent some of my fondest memories of high school. There also were the epic trips we took to Tahoe and Reno with our friends during the summer prior to our senior year that will forever stick in my memory; carefree and funfilled days. Thanks Al for your friendship and the many great times we spent together.  Your memory always will bring a smile to my face.


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